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Ensley: No Race Results Changed

Posted: 08/06/2008 - More than 4,400 more votes in Shawnee County were counted Wednesday, after a "heads up" catch of some opti-scan ballot errors by Elizabeth Ensley.

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Governor's Support Helps Unseat Democratic Senator

Posted: 08/06/2008 - State Sen. Mark Gilstrap was the only legislative incumbent to lose in Tuesday's primary election. The Democrat represening the 5th District of Wyandotte and Leavenworth counties says the governor's support for his opponent was a factor.

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Kline's Loss Casts Shadow over Clinic Case

Updated: 08/06/2008 - Planned Parenthood's CEO predicts the new Johnson County DA will conclude the Overland Park clinic did nothing wrong. Current DA Phill Kline filed 107 charges against the clinic. However, he lost in Tuesday's primary election.

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Obama's Muslim Outreach Director Resigns

Posted: 08/06/2008 - An attorney who volunteered to help Barack Obama improve his relationship with Muslim and Arab-Americans has resigned from the campaign amid questions about his connection to a fundamentalist imam.

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Democrat Campaigns with Possible VP Contender

Posted: 08/06/2008 - Sen. Evan Bayh is campaigning with Presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama in Indiana Wednesday. Bayh is reportedly on the short list to be Obama's running mate.

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Elections Commissioner: Shawnee Co. Results Unchanged

Updated: 08/08/2008 - Shawnee Co. Election Commissioner Elizabeth Ensley says more than 4000 votes from 40 precincts cast on optical scan equipment were not reflected in results given at the end of Tuesday night. However, a review did not change who won and who lost in any local race.

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Lynn Jenkins Narrowly Ends Ryun's Political Comeback

Updated: 08/06/2008 - State Treasurer Lynn Jenkins ended former Rep. Jim Ryun's comeback effort, but just barely. Unofficial results showed Jenkins winning yesterday's GOP primary 51 percent to 49% or only 1,007 votes out of 63,473 cast.

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