Earlier today Holland characterized the two candidates as “pragmatic and moderate.” Evidence from the candidate’s voting records is different, however. In the Kansas Economic Freedom Index for this year, Holland earned a score of zero, the only senator to do so. Kultala earned a score of seven percent, earning her a tie for 36th place among the 40 senators. She voted in favor of economic freedom only once.
In a score card just released by the Kansas Chapter of Americans for Prosperity — an organization that promotes limited government and free markets on the local, state and federal levels — Holland again earned a score of zero percent. Kultala matched that “perfect” score.