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Governor candidate to push Brownback

A true challenger

Timing is everything.
House Minority Leader Paul Davis picked a perfect time to challenge incumbent Kansas Governor Sam Brownback.
Brownback’s perceived lack of support for education has educators firmly behind Davis, who visited Great Bend last week.
Most educators agree with Davis’ idea to postpone the next phase of income tax cuts until education funding reaches the level it was before the 2008 recession.
“Kansans believe we have a moral obligation to give our children the very best public school education that we can possibly give them,” said Davis. “This moral commitment we have to our schools and our ...

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