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Attorney General Bob Stephan, he's still the one

Attorney General Bob Stephan, he's still the one
Date: 1986
A 1986 campaign brochure that promotes the re-election of Kansas Attorney General Bob Stephan. The brochure features images of Stephan as the Republican candidate for Attornery General with brief statements about the legal and social issues he advocated for during his first and second term. Stephan went on to defeat Democratic challenger Dennis Moore in the November general election.


Bill Graves Governor of Kansas, Governor '98

Bill Graves Governor of Kansas, Governor '98
Date: August 04, 1998
This political brochure promotes Governor Bill Graves as the Republican candidate for the August 4, 1998 gubernatorial primary. The brochure features images, a brief biographical sketch and major accomplishments from his first administration. Graves also reminds voters to compare his political record to that of his challenger. Graves defeated David Miller, former Chairman of the Kansas Republican Party.


Graves, Frahm, Governor '94

Graves, Frahm, Governor '94
Date: 1994
This political brochure promotes Governor Bill Graves and Sheila Frahm as the Republican candidates for Kansas Governor and Lt. Governor. The brochure features images, a brief biographical sketch, and quotes from leaders within the Republican Party endorsing the candidates' leadership skills. In the November general election Graves and Frahm defeated Democratic challenger Jim Slattery and his running mate Carol Sader.


Jim Pearson, U.S. Senator

Jim Pearson, U.S. Senator
Date: 1962
This campaign brochure is from James B. Pearson's first United States Senate race. He informs Kansas voters of his political and professional accomplishments and the responsibilities he will accept if elected to the senate. On November 6, 1962, Pearson defeated Democratic challenger Paul L. Aylward in a special election to fill the vacancy created by the death of Andrew F. Schoeppel.


John Carlin for Governor

John Carlin for Governor
Date: 1978
This political campaign brochure shows John Carlin as the Democratic candidate for Kansas Governor. The brochure includes images of Carlin as a candidate with brief political retorts against Governor Robert Bennett. Carlin's political strategy paid off when he was elected the fortieth governor of Kansas.


Larry Jones for Governor, Bud Burke for Lt. Governor

Larry Jones for Governor, Bud Burke for Lt. Governor
Date: 1986
A 1986 campaign brochure promotes Larry Jones as the Republican candidate for Kansas Governor and Bud Burke as the Republican Lt. Governor. The brochure features images and brief biographical sketches about the candidates and their political platform. The two candidates reassure voters that they are a sound combination of leadership and experience to lead Kansas into the 1990s. Larry Jones and Bud Burke were defeated in the August 5th primary by fellow Republican challenger Mike Hayden and running mate Jack D. Walker.


Let's get things done for Kansas

Let's get things done for Kansas
Date: 1966
This brochure promotes Robert Ellsworth's campaign for the U.S. Senate. He informs voters about his personal and professional life as well as his many accomplishments. In the November election, Ellsworth was defeated by Kansas U.S. Senator James Pearson.


Mike Hayden for governor

Mike Hayden for governor
Date: 1986
This campaign brochure promotes Mike Hayden as the Republican candidate for Kansas governor. The brochure features images, a brief biographical sketch, and quotes from leaders within the Republican Party endorsing Hayden's leadership skills. In the November general election Mike Hayden defeated Democratic challenger Tom Docking and his running mate John G. Montgomery.


Nestor Weigand. A governor to make Kansans proud again

Nestor Weigand. A governor to make Kansans proud again
Date: 1990
A 1990 campaign brochure promotes Nestor R. Weigand as the Republican candidate for Kansas governor. The brochure focuses on Weigand's campaign promises to inspire effective leadership, fair taxation, education and accountability, with "Kansas Values." Weigand was narrowly defeated in the August primary by Governor Mike Hayden.


Political Handbill

Political Handbill
Date: 1930
"J.R. Brinkley's Platform. The Governor of the People." From his 1930 Kansas gubernatorial campaign. Brinkley registered too late to have his name listed on the official ballot, forcing him to run as a write-in candidate.


Re-elect Governor Bennett

Re-elect Governor Bennett
Date: 1978
This political campaign brochure promotes the re-election of Governor Robert Bennett and candidate for Lieutenant Governor Larry Montgomery. Governor Bennett reminds voters through his political slogan, "doing what Kansans want done", that he has held the line on taxes, strengthened the state's economy, advocated on the behalf of farmers, and worked to ensure the safety for all citizens of the state. Democratic challenger John Carlin defeated Bennett in the November general election.


Sam Hardage

Sam Hardage
Date: 1982
This 1982 political campaign brochure advocates Sam Hardage as the Republican candidate for Kansas Governor. The brochure argues that Hardage used his leadership abilities to succeed in business and when elected governor he would do the same. Hardage organized the "Kansas 2000 Commission," an advisory group of Kansas leaders in business, education, and agriculture. Democratic incumbent Governor John Carlin defeated Hardage in the November general election.


William Avery for Governor

William Avery for Governor
Date: 1964
A 1964 campaign brochure that features William Avery's image and the slogan "AHEAD WITH AVERY- REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR". Additional information is provided about Avery's family life, voting record in Congress, and the real issues that concerned Kansans in the 1960s.


William M. Ferguson

William M. Ferguson
Date: 1964
A 1964 campaign brochure that features William M. Ferguson of Wellington, Kansas and the slogan " KNOW this Dynamic Kansan". Additional images of Ferguson and his family are included along with information about his political career and proposals he would recommend when elected Governor of Kansas.


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