KSLegLookup.org is now live (and better than ever)!


INTRODUCING THE NEW & IMPROVED KSLEG LOOKUP

Mainstream is dedicated to providing you with as much information and support possible in the continued fight against extremism. With our new interactive lookup it's now possible to easily find who represents you in the Kansas legislature, view their real-time legislative scorecard, and monitor their votes on Mainstream-tracked bills as they happen during session.

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Take Action on Voting Rights & Public Education

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Thank You for Voting to #SaveKansas

 

  

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Vote NO (again) to #SaveKansas

It’s time for another round of “what is the extremist KS Legislature doing to consolidate power now?” 

If you guessed “trying to confuse Kansas voters with two new constitutional amendments on the November ballot” then you’re a winner! (Except that no one is really a winner when it comes to the KS Legislature lately).

Let’s try to break down what’s happening this time before you head to the polls.

  

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On Nov 8 vote to RETAIN ALL

This November, Kansas voters will be asked to retain judges, including six of the seven Kansas Supreme Court Justices. This vote will determine the make-up of the state's highest court and could have a monumental impact on the future of Kansas policy. Mainstream Coalition is encouraging you to vote on Nov 8 to RETAIN ALL.

  

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There's 1 Week Until Aug 2 - What's Your Voting Plan?

The August 2nd primary election is only 1 WEEK AWAY. In addition to the historic vote on abortion access, there are primaries throughout the state for national, state, and local offices. Make sure to find your ballot and voting information at ksballot.org or ksboleta.org.

You can also check out Mainstream Coalition's election resources for more information about how to request an advance ballot (deadline is today - July 26!) or vote early in person, where your polling location is, our MainPAC ratings for candidates and KSLeg Voting Scorecard, and more!


 

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Vote No On Or Before August 2nd To Save Reproductive Rights

Stop the Ban  

THANK YOU!

On August 2nd, every Kansas voter had the opportunity to vote on a constitutional amendment, regardless of party affiliation. If passed, the so-called "value them both" amendment would have changed the Kansas constitution to give extreme politicians the ultimate authority to mandate limited healthcare options and open the door to a complete and total abortion ban.

The KSLeg extremists and outside interest groups who backed the amendment tried to sneak it past voters by placing it on the August primary ballot because they know far fewer Kansans turnout to vote in primaries. They constantly misrepresented current abortion care regulations and intentionally manipulated voters' anxiety and fears. Despite the outright lies and underhanded tactics of the so-called "value them both" campaign:

You and a majority of Kansans across the political spectrum turned out in record numbers to defeat the amendment, preserve the Kansas constitution, and keep abortion care safe and legal in Kansas! 

It was inspiring to see so many Kansans of all ages, political parties, geographic locations and beliefs working together to protect our constitutional rights. This is a win, so take some well-deserved time to celebrate! Then... get ready to do the hard work of keeping this momentum through the Nov 8 general election! It's up to us to protect our victory and block repeated attacks on reproductive freedom in the 2023-2024 Kansas legislative session. #DoMoreThanVote #SaveKansas

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2022 Voting Scorecard

This is the Mainstream Coalition's Voting Scorecard for the 2022 Kansas Legislative Session for every member of the Kansas Legislature. Scorecards from previous legislative sessions may be found here.

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The 2022 KS Legislative Session Is Over. Here's Where We Stand.

The Kansas Legislature adjourned sine die - or held their last day of the 2022 session - on Monday, May 23rd. It was a session where so much could have gone wrong as legislators were tasked with a once-in-a-decade redistricting assignment and culture wars abounded in public education and voter rights bills. We're choosing to celebrate the veto of several bad bills, prepare for the work ahead of us, and get out the vote for an important election season.

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I Walk for Reproductive Rights

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