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Kansas Gov. Colyer says primary is still 'too close to call'
Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer (R) said on Aug. 8 that he's "very optimistic" that votes will continue to fall on his side in the close GOP primary gubernatorial race against his Trump-backed opponent, Kansas secretary of state Kris Kobach.
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