1. Will Pope
  2. Politics
  3. October 5, 2020
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Some polls suggest a tight race, but Kansas hasn't elected a Democrat to the U.S. Senate since 1932. Does Bollier actually have a chance of winning?
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No, I don't think she has a chance. Only thing I know about her is that she's a democrat and I believe that all democrats have been smeared by their National Leaders such as Biden, Harris, Pelosi, AOC, etc. The democrats national agenda will damage any local politician running under the socialist Democrat flag. For a look at their socialist agenda go read it at https://joebiden.com/joes-vision/#
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  1. Joe Bailey
  2. 1 month ago
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If you look at the Democrat platform alone . It doesn’t fit with a lot of kansas. The 2nd. Amendment, freedom of religion not from religion. Late term Abortions, and harvesting of fetuses organs. Sex and human trafficking . Locked down because of COVID. Freedom of speech, no mass mail ballots. No mandatory vaccinations, or masks. Just a little of the list. Democrats don’t work for us their after total control. Eddie
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You know, actually Barbara Bollier does have a clear chance of winning the US Senate race in our State. Why ? Despite the partisan rhetoric, an increasing number of the thinking electorate are tired of ultra conservative parrots defining an increasingly enlightened, progressive State on the national scene. Ridiculous knee-jerk inflammatory fetus-harvesting-eating and gun-snatching-police-bashing sound bites sold effectively well for decades in an unenlightened Kansas but with people in a post-Kobach (otherwise, He'd have been that nominee STILL) are more informed and knowledge, being heir to power, should lift Kansans who support TOMORROW to support Bollier over the decidedly lackluster, bland and unimaginative, Mr. Marshall.
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  1. Will Pope
  2. 1 month ago
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I think she has a shot, especially with her fundraising advantage, but it's still an uphill battle.
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Statistically it's extremely unlikely that she'll have a chance of winning. However, Democracy works best when both sides are given fair and even footing to run their races.
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  1. Will Pope
  2. 1 month ago
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I agree. I think as long as we have fair elections in Kansas and throughout America, we will have a government that will represent the interests of the public (even though there will always be disagreements on what those interests are).
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