Seg. 1: Will A Controversial Candidate Hurt GOP In Kansas' 2nd District? Seg. 2: Indie Film Critics.
Segment 1: This reliably Republican Congressional District could be a toss-up, come November.
A relatively unknown Republican candidate's victory in the primaries came as a surprise to many in Kansas' 2nd Congressional District, but it has given Democrats new hope that their nominee for the seat, Paul Davis, might have a chance to flip that political territory. We spoke with GOP insiders to gauge their support for and coalescence around newcomer Steve Watkins, and asked Statehouse reporters about the Democrat he's facing in the midterm.
- Cheryl Reynolds, Kansas GOP 2nd Congressional District chair
- Rett Rogers, Kansas GOP Leavenworth County chair
- Jim McLean, Kansas News Service editor and reporter
- Tim Carpenter, Topeka Capital-Journal Statehouse bureau chief
Segment 2, beginning at 22:04: The return of the indie, foreign and documentary Film Critics.
This month’s crop of theatrical releases shows how well — and sometimes how badly — friends, family and fans deal with other individuals seen as somehow imperfect or different. Today, the Film Critics came prepared to review "Puzzle," "Papillon," "Far From the Tree," "McQueen," "Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood," "Miseducation of Cameron Post," "Nico, 1988," "BlacKkKlansman," and "Eighth Grade."