Kansas Democrat Gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis made a stop in Salina Saturday, as he criss crosses the state in the final days leading up to Tuesday’s election.
Davis, involved in a tight race with incumbent Republican Governor Sam Brownback, stood on a chair as he spoke to an enthusiatic group of supporters.
Davis touched on a number of topics, including Governor Brownback’s “tax experiment” which he deemed as a failure. He also spoke about education, questioning claims by Governor Brownback that education funding is at record levels under his leadership. Davis also questioned the ability, and willingness, of Brownback to work with both sides of the aisle in Topeka.
Davis told the group that he would keep working until the polls closed Tuesday night at 7:00, and implored them to do the same.
The latest polling average compiled by Washburn University has Davis with a slight lead over Brownback.