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  • 'Greg Orman is just a lot of smoke,' Democratic candidates respond to independent in governor race

    When Greg Orman announced that he's running for Kansas governor as an independent earlier this week, there were talks about how it could impact Democrat's chances of winning. Here's how five Democratic candidates responded to this question at a public forum hosted by The Star at Johnson County Library Thursday night.

'Greg Orman is just a lot of smoke,' Democratic candidates respond to independent in governor race

When Greg Orman announced that he's running for Kansas governor as an independent earlier this week, there were talks about how it could impact Democrat's chances of winning. Here's how five Democratic candidates responded to this question at a public forum hosted by The Star at Johnson County Library Thursday night.
Shelly Yang and Colleen McCain Nelson The Kansas City Star