2020 Overview To break the supermajority in either chamber and protect Laura Kelly’s vetoes would have required netting three seats in the State Senate or two in the State House. While Future Now Fund-endorsees flipped two seats in each chamber, incumbents in Trump districts losing meant that the supermajority held; in the House, eight Democrats representing Trump districts shrank to just one. Every seat lost by an FNF-endorsee was within a margin of ten percent. In the State House, this means that fewer than 1,000 votes decided every single seat. 2020 Election Highlights In the State Senate, Senators Jeff Pittman and Cindy Holscher won their seats to become Senators. Representatives Jo Ella Hoye and Mari-Lynn Poskin both flipped their seats. FNF-endorsee Jeff Pittman did 10 points better than Biden in his district in the blue-collar Kansas City suburbs, knocking off an incumbent in a district that Trump carried by more than 3%.