We still don’t know what’s happening in the GOP gubernatorial primary in Kansas. So, until we know the fate of Gov. Jeff Colyer, this week’s question is: Who was the last un-elected Republican governor to be toppled in a primary?
Submit your answer in the box below. We’ll pick a winner at random from the bunch. The winner will get a fabulous Political Junkie button. And don’t forget to sign up for our Political Junkie newsletter. You’ll get all the latest from Team PJ every issue.
Last week’s trivia question was: Who was the most recent African-American member of the House who came to Congress by ousting a white incumbent?
We accepted two answers: Will Hurd (R-TX) unseated Democratic incumbent Pete Gallego in 2014. Because Gallego is Hispanic, and there may be a debate over whether he is considered “white” or not, we also accepted as an answer Allen West (R-FL), another black Republican, who ousted white Democrat Ron Klein in 2010. (Hurd is in the top photo, West the bottom.)
The randomly-selected winner is … Carol Larson of Fort Worth, Texas. Carol, who named Hurd as her answer, wins the coveted Political Junkie button.
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