2014 Kansas Senate Race
The Tea Party Patriots' robocall in Kansas features Sen. Pat Roberts's primary challenger.
The endorsement is a boost for the Kansan as he struggles to shore up conservative support.
Independent Greg Orman is still competitive despite facing a barrage of outside attacks.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The vulnerable GOP senator is leading his independent challenger.
David Kensinger is coming under scrutiny in Kansas.
Court rules Dems won't have to name a new candidate to the Senate ballot in the state.
Whether Democrats must pick a nominee impacts race against vulnerable Sen. Pat Roberts (R).
Sen. Pat Roberts’s (R-Kan.) former primary opponent weighed in on Roberts’s reelection fight...
Candidate Greg Orman represented Rajat Gupta on a board for a private equity firm.
Decision deals blow to Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.), who will now face a surging independent.
Candidates have withdrawn after winning party’s nod by declaring incapable to serve.
Greg Orman (I) once faced off against actress Debbie Reynolds in $1 million lawsuit.
Independent Greg Orman holds a one-point lead over Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.)
Former presidential nominee is latest member of the GOP cavalry getting called in to help.
The Republican has narrowed independent Greg Orman's lead in the Senate race.
Republicans have been working to nationalize House and Senate races all cycle.
Ex-senator calls Roberts “a fourth-generation Kansan who shares our values" in new ad.
Whether Democrats must name a new candidate is at issue in the hotly contested race.
It's the first attack against Orman from a GOP group looking to boost Sen. Pat Roberts (R).
Ex-Fla. governor and possible '16 candidate is latest to help vulnerable Kansas GOP senator.
The GOP heavyweights hope to assist a senator who's seen his ballot get more competitive.
A slate of new polls have bad news for Democrats in two key Senate battleground states.
Whether Chad Taylor remains on the ballot will impact Sen. Pat Roberts's reelection.
Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) is tied with Greg Orman in a survey of the Kansas Senate race.