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1 Marlee Carpenter and Natalie Bright Bright and Carpenter Consulting, Inc Kansas Elections

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3  2 US Senators  4 US House members  US House members elected to two-year term  US Senate members elected to 6-year term

4  Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, Insurance Commissioner, State School Board  Elected to four-year term  Governor is term-limited to two terms (8 years)  No term limits on other statewide offices  All statewide offices up for election in 2010 State Treasurer $82,563 Secretary of State $86,003 Governor $110,707

5  40 Senate members  Elected to four-year term  All members will stand for re-election in 2012  31 Republicans, 9 Democrats Daily Pay Rate = $88.66

6  125 House members  Elected to a two-year term, in even numbered years  Standing re-election in 2010  76 Republicans, 49 Democrats Daily Pay Rate = $88.66

7  90-day session begins the second Monday of January  First Adjournment mid-April  Veto Session 2-1/2 weeks after first adjournment  Sine Die at end of May (end of session)

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9  Filing Deadline—June 10, 2010  Primary Election—August 3, 2010  General Election—November 2, 2010

10  Contested US Senate Seat (Brownback)  No Incumbents in 3 out of 4 Congressional Seats  One US Senate member up for election in 2014  Redistricting will begin during 2011 session

11  Kansas Statewide offices  Governor  Secretary of State  Attorney General  Treasurer  Insurance Commissioner  Board of Education  Kansas Senate District 7 th & 17 th  All Kansas House of Representatives  US House Elections  House and Senate members in several races  US Senate race for Brownback’s open seat

12  38 uncontested races  23 Republicans  15 Democrats  14 primary elections only (all Republican)  52 general elections only KANSAS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

13  Races with both primary and general elections:  21 House districts  18 races Republican primary election where Republican winner faces a Democrat  3 races Democratic primary where Democratic winner faces a Republican KANSAS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, cont.

14  9 Kansas Senators running for a different office  Several senators could be picked to serve in new administration  Senate leadership unhappy Senate District 7 (Huntington-R) had a primary race  District 17 open seat with Barnett resignation (Longbine-R)  Republican divide continue between leadership and House-Senate

15  House Republican leadership hopes to pick up 8 “more” conservative Republican seats  House Democrat leadership believes it can gain seats  Several “insurance policy” candidates indicated by Democrat leadership  Tea Party influence & anti- incumbent sentiment

16  Mixed results as to direction of Republican party  U.S. Senate race (Moran)  U.S. House races (Yoder, Huelskamp Pompeo and Jenkins)  2 House moderate Republicans unseated (Quigley and Horst)  1 House conservative Republican unseated (Faber)  Neufeld vs. Love  Several replacements will be needed for Senate and House Love Neufeld

17 Maximum Contribution Per Election Individual’s Occupation and Industry required if giving this amount or more Federal Races (US Senate and House) $2,400 for the primary $2,400 for the general $200 over the course of both the “Primary” and “General” elections Statewide Races (Governor, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, Attorney General and Insurance Commissioner) $2,000 for the primary $2000 for the general $150 per “election” Kansas Senate $1,000 for the primary $1,000 for the general $150 per “election” Kansas House of Representatives $500 for the primary $500 for the general $150 per “election”

18 1. Kansas Contractors Assn. $165, Kansas National Education Assn. $127, Kansas Realtors PAC $122, Kansas Medical Society$ 92, Kansas Bankers Assn.$ 89, Kansas Chamber of Commerce PAC$ 87, Kansans for Lifesaving Cures $ 79, Kansas Optometric $ 74, Life Sciences Fund of the Greater KC Chamber of Commerce $ 71, Kansas Insurance Agents $ 59,450

19  Bright and Carpenter Newsletter on Election Results  KS Secretary of State Election Information  Locate voting district information myvoteinfo.voteks.org

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21  New Cabinet Members  ERO’s  New Appointments  New Budget Director  Establish Relationships with Legislative Leadership  Develop Budget  Campaign Promises

22  Budget  Job creation  HR Issues  Education Funding  Health Care Reform  Tax Structure  Redistricting

23 Bright and Carpenter Consulting, Inc. 815 SW Topeka Blvd., Ste. 2C Topeka, KS Natalie Bright Marlee Carpenter


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