Kansas’ Democratic primary will take place on May 2. Kansas’ Republican Party canceled its primary, and all delegates are expected to be allocated to Donald Trump. In the 2016 general election, Trump won the state with 56.65% of the vote, compared with Hillary Clinton’s 36.05%. Kansas is a GOP stronghold. Republicans carried the state in 19 of the last 20 presidential elections, dating back to 1940. The lone exception: Lyndon Johnson in 1964. Republicans control both of its US Senateseats and three of its four USHouse seats. They also hold majorities in both state legislativechambers. Still, Kansas’ current governor, Laura Kelly, is a Democrat. The most Democratic parts of Kansas are in Kansas City itself, along with the state capital, Topeka. The GOP base is located in the Kansas City suburbs and the state’s rural western counties.