Perhaps unwilling to align himself too strongly with either major political party, Independent Greg Orman refused to say he’d stand with one party over the other, instead, seemingly leaving it open to a case-by-case basis. Independent Greg Orman says he could change parties even after he has allied himself with Democrats or Republicans if he wins the Kansas Senate election in November. In an exclusive interview with NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell, Orman says he would initially caucus with whichever party has majority control in the Senate, because “it’s in the best interests of the voters of Kansas that they have a senator in the majority.” But, he added, he wouldn’t limit himself to an alliance with one party over the other, especially if the Senate is evenly split. Orman appears to be touting it as a strength, which it may be at a time and in a state where neither party is over-overwhelmingly popular. Recent polls have him leading establishment Republican Pat Roberts. “If four or five months goes by, and it’s clear they’re engaged in the same old partisan politics, we’ll be able to change our allegiances and work with the other side,” he said. “And I think
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