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You helped us reach our $10,000 $20,000 matching donations!

We have an incredible opportunity to help preserve FAIR AND IMPARTIAL COURTS in Kansas.

Sam Brownback would love nothing more than to appoint a Brownback majority to the Kansas Supreme Court.

Kansans for Fair Courts has been offered a second generous $10,000 matching donation for every contribution made here through November 2nd. 

We met our goal - twice! - and you can still help!

We put every dollar donated into defending the Kansas Supreme Court and exposing Brownback's anti-court tactics.