2022 Primary Election Candidate List and Question

For United States Senate:

Joan Farr (R) -Derby

Jerry Moran (R) -Manhattan

Mike Andra (D) -Wichita

Paul Buskirk (D) -Lawrence

Mark R. Holland (D) -Kansas City

Robert Klingenberg (D) -Salina

Michael Soetaert (D) -Alta Vista

Patrick Wiesner (D) -Overland Park

United States House of Representatives:

James "Jimmy" Beard (D) -GARDEN CITY

Tracey Mann (R) -SALINA

Governor / Lt. Governor:

Richard S. Karnowski/Barry J. Franco (D) -EMMETT

Laura Kelly/David Toland (D) -TOPEKA

Arlyn Briggs/Lance Berland (R) -KINCAID

Derek Schmidt/Katie Sawyer (R) -TOPEKA

For Secretary of State:

Jeanna Repass (D) -Overland Park

Mike Brown (R) -Overland Park

Scott J. Schwab (R) -Overland Park

For Attorney General:

Chris Mann (D) -Lawrence

Kris Kobach (R) -Lecompton

Tony Mattivi (R) -Topeka

Kellie Warren (R) -Leawood

For State Treasurer:

Lynn W. Rogers (D) -Wichita

Steven Johnson (R) -Assaria

Caryn Tyson (R) -Parker

For Commissioner of Insurance:

Kiel Corkran (D) -Olathe

Vicki Schmidt (R) -Topeka

For State House Representative - 64th District:

Lewis (Bill) Bloom (R) -Clay Center

Suzi Carlson (R) -Clay Center

Brad Starnes (R) -Riley

Patricia Smetana (D) -Wakefield

For State House Representative - 70 District:

John E. Barker (R) -Abilene

Scott Hill (R) -Abilene

For State Board of Education 7th District:

Ben Jones (R) -Sterling

Dennis Hershberger (R) -Hutchinson

County Commission District 1: 

Ron Roller (R) -Woodbine

Ralph DeZago (R) -Herington

Annabelle Eaton (R) -Enterprise

County Clerk:

Jeanne Livingston (unexpired term) (R) -Abilene

Register of Deeds:

Rose Johns (unexpired term) (R) -Abilene

Township Clerks:

Banner- Bill Lorson (R) -Hope

Buckeye- Jeff Bender (R) -Abilene

Center- Merle Peck (R) -Enterprise

Grant- Annette L. Hernandez (D) -Abilene

Hayes- Wally Wolfe (R) -Abilene

Holland-  William Ballou (R) -Carlton

Hope-  Neil Polok (R) -Hope

Lincoln- Justin Reynolds (R) -Abilene

Logan- Kenny Longhofer (R) -Chapman

Lyon- Jason Becker (R) -Herington

Lyon- Roger Lietz (R) -Herington

Newbern- Michael A Davidson (R) -Abilene

Noble- Gary Hall (R) -Chapman

Ridge-  Bob Hoffman Jr (R) -Hope

Precinct Committee Women: 

AB W 2 - Karyl L. Ford (R) -Abilene

AB W 3 - Dee Marshall (R) -Abilene

AB W 4-1 - Merlene G. Hoerner (D) -Abilene

AB W 4-1 - Julie Roller Weeks (R) -Abilene

AB W 4-2 - Diane Miller (R)  -Abilene

AB W 4-2 - Klaire K. Keller (D) -Abilene

Her W 1 -  Marcia Mathias (R) -Herington

Buckeye -  Joyce M Cramer (R) -Talmage

Center -  Laurie S McLaughlin (R) -Abilene

Cheever - Kylie Hicken (R) -Abilene

Grant - Meta West (D) -Abilene

Grant - Sandra M. Rein (R) -Abilene

Hayes - Leah Hern (R) -Abilene

Holland - Sharon J. Roberts Meyer (R) -Carlton

Jefferson - Rosemary Harris (R) -Abilene

Lincoln - Laura A. Jevons (R) -Solomon

Lincoln - Cathy K Cosby (R) -Abilene

Logan - Carol S. Rock (R) -Chapman

Noble - Joan P Atkinson (R) -Chapman

Ridge -  Mary Lynn Rock (R) -Hope

Sherman - Audrey Sheets (R) -Chapman

Liberty - MarySue Roller (R) -Woodbine

Willowdale - Deborah Hanna (R) -Abilene

Precinct Committee Men:

AB W 2 - Duane Schrag (D) -Abilene

AB W 2 - John C Nachtman (R) -Abilene

AB W 3 - Ron Sare (D) -Abilene

AB W 3 -  Brandon L Rein (R) -Abilene

AB 4-1 - Martin Fadden (D) -Abilene

AB W 4-1 - Ryan Weeks (R) -Abilene

AB W 4-2 - Thomas Schwartz (D) -Abilene

AB W 4-2 - Mack Teasley (R) -Abilene

Flora -George S. Sanchez (D) -Manchester

Her. W 1 - Larry D Mann (R) -Herington

Her W 4 - Kenneth Staatz (R) -Herington

Holland -  David Shively (R) -Carlton

Center -  Paul A. Froelich (R) -Enterprise

Cheever - Justin Colby Hicken (R) -Abilene

Garfield - Bret Nagely (R) -Abilene

Grant - Barry L. West (D) -Abilene

Grant - Curtis L Rein (R) -Abilene

Jefferson - Kevin Harris (R) -Abilene

Liberty - Rodney D. Knopp (R) -Woodbine

Lincoln - Kenneth W. Roelofsen (R) -Solomon

Lincoln - Phillip Cosby (R) -Abilene

Logan - Loren D. Rock (R) -Chapman

Noble -  Robert L Diehl (R) -Chapman

Ridge - Kent Rock (R) -Hope

Willowdale - Gerald B. Hanna (R) -Abilene

Constitutional Amendment:

Explanatory statement. The Value Them Both Amendment would affirm there is no Kansas constitutional right to abortion or to require the government funding of abortion, and would reserve to the people of Kansas, through their elected state legislators, the right to pass laws to regulate abortion, including, but not limited to, in circumstances of pregnancy resulting from rape or incest, or when necessary to save the life of the mother.

A vote for the Value Them Both Amendment would affirm there is no Kansas constitutional right to abortion or to require the government funding of abortion, and would reserve to the people of Kansas, through their elected state legislators, the right to pass laws to regulate abortion.

A vote against the Value Them Both Amendment would make no changes to the constitution of the state of Kansas, and could restrict the people, through their elected state legislators, from regulating abortion by leaving in place the recently recognized right to abortion.”

§ 22. Regulation of abortion. Because Kansans value both women and children, the constitution of the state of Kansas does not require government funding of abortion and does not create or secure a right to abortion. To the extent permitted by the constitution of the United States, the people, through their elected state representatives and state senators, may pass laws regarding abortion, including, but not limited to, laws that account for circumstances of pregnancy resulting from rape or incest, or circumstances of necessity to save the life of the mother