Posted: 8:25 AM Many overseas citizens say they are weary after eight years of Bush administration policies, while others are inspired by Barack Obama's historic run to be the first black U.S. president.
Updated: 1:22 PM A surge of voters greeted polling workers as Election Day gets underway this morning.
Updated: 1:35 PM On the eve of one of the most historic elections, many Garden City Community College students are finding out today that they are not registered voters.
Updated: 7:12 PM Hundreds of students, teachers and staff gathered for a School Bond Pep Rally at East High Monday afternoon. It's part of a final push to get voters to say "yes" to $370-million in new schools and renovations when they head to the polls on Tuesday.
Posted: 2:18 PM It's no coincidence President Bush has been out of the public's eye in recent days — that's the way the Republican Party wants it.
Updated: 2:29 PM Kansas has set a record this year for the number of people casting advance ballots. Advanced voting ended at noon Monday.
Updated: 5:54 PM Many voters spent time in line today, as they tried to take advantage of the final day of advanced voting.
Posted: 11:01 AM Swing-state Missouri gets a fresh round of attention on the last day before Tuesday's election.
Posted: 10:41 AM Larkin Forney has a pretty unconventional background for a political candidate: convicted sex offender, drunk driver, head injury victim, marijuana legalization advocate, prisoner.
Posted: 9:28 PM Whoever wins the election Tuesday, the country's 44th president will immediately confront some of the most difficult economic challenges since the Great Depression.
Updated: 5:28 AM John McCain says he's closing the gap in the national polls, but he seems to be mostly playing defense over the final weekend of the campaign.
Posted: 4:54 AM Government sources tell the AP that Barack Obama's half aunt, a Kenyan woman, is in the country illegally.
Updated: 5:56 PM State officials say there's no doubt Barack Obama was born in Hawaii.
Updated: 5:58 PM In just 15 days, the Sedgwick County Election Commission received 74,000 requests for mail in ballots...
Updated: 5:01 PM Some Kansans who say they recently registered to vote when they got their driver's license are finding that their registration wasn't recorded...
Posted: 1:34 PM Secretary of State Ron Thornburgh is predicting a general election turnout never before seen in Kansas.
Updated: 10:47 AM Johnson County Commissioner John Toplikar admits that he shouldn't have taken down his opponent's campaign signs.
Posted: 5:46 PM At least 63,000 Kansans registered to vote in the five weeks leading up to the deadline.
Posted: 4:21 PM 33.6 million people watched Barack Obama's half-hour television commercial Wednesday night.
Posted: 3:31 PM At least 63,000 Kansans registered to vote in the five weeks leading up to the deadline.
Posted: 1:29 PM Before the surge in 2007, Democratic Rep. Nancy Boyda questioned sending additional troops to Iraq.
Posted: 10:28 AM The Senate budget committee's chairman reimburses his campaign fund for $4,700 after a political opponent filed a complaint about how he spent it.