Voters’ guide for 2020 primary election

The contest that has generated the most interest in this year’s primary election in Wyandotte County is for Wyandotte County District Attorney, where incumbent Mark Dupree faces a challenge from Kristiane Bryant on the Democratic ballot.

The election is Tuesday, Aug. 4, with early voting ongoing at three locations and also through mail-in ballots.

Three state representative incumbents also face opposition in the Democratic primary this year.

On the Republican ballot, voters will select a candidate statewide for the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate, as U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts is retiring.

Another contest on the GOP ballot will be for the nomination for U.S. representative, 3rd District. The primary winner will challenge incumbent Rep. Sharice Davids, D-3rd Dist.

Links to stories about the candidates:

U.S. Senate

U.S. Representative, 3rd District

Wyandotte County District Attorney

Questionnaires from district attorney candidates,

Democratic candidates for state Legislature

Questionnaire from Oscar Irenia, candidate for 32nd District,

Questionnaire from Nelson Gabriel, candidate for 35th District,

Questionnaire from Rep. Broderick Henderson, candidate for 35th District,

Questionnaire from Rep. Stan Frownfelter, candidate for 37th District,

Information from Aaron Coleman, 37th District candidate:

Other links

Stories are on the “Election 2020” category on the Wyandotte Daily website, at

Two candidate forums are online and also are being shown on the KCKCC cable television channel. To see more information, visit

Some details about voting are at

For information about how to vote, visit

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