What happens when a Republican governor resigns? Here’s what happens next

Broken yellow line in the center of the state’s Capitol.

The Capitol dome is broken and the roof is blown off.

This is what happens when the governor of Kansas resigns.

The state legislature is dissolved, and the state senate is dissolved.

The legislature will have only one Republican and one Democrat.

Kansas is a Republican state and will vote to elect a Republican in January.

There are no vacancies on the Kansas State Legislature.

This means that, at this point, the Kansas legislature will remain in session until the next regular session of the legislature.

At that time, Kansas will vote on a governor for a new term.

The new governor will then need to win re-election to keep his or her job.

In order to stay in office, a candidate must pass a simple majority in both houses of the Kansas Legislature.

The only time this can be accomplished is if a state senator or House Speaker is absent.

If a Republican is elected governor, he or she must pass an election that the legislature has not held since March 17, 2013.

This election will be held on December 6, 2019.

Kansas becomes the 12th state to elect an openly gay governor.

The legislature has a special legislative session scheduled for February, 2019 and is set to begin on January 7, 2019 with the election of a new Republican governor.

At the beginning of the session, the governor must pass the oath of office.

A special session is held once every two years.

The first session was in January, 2021.

This time, the legislature will hold two sessions.

In the first session, a new governor is elected.

The next session will be the first since January 17, 2019, when the last session ended.

In that session, new legislation and rules are enacted and new rules are put in place to allow for voting on the legislative agenda and rules of the house.

On February 12, 2019 the governor will need to take an oath of re-appointment to keep the job.

This will require him or her to pass the same oath of election that a governor does every two-year term.

There will be no new governor for another two-years.

The House Speaker will be absent for this session, and a special election will not be held.

The Senate will have to approve a new Governor on January 20, 2019 if the House does not pass a governor by March 17.

The legislative session ends on March 20.

The governor will not have a new year-end date.

The Governor will be sworn in on January 23, 2019 by Lieutenant Governor John Lott.

Governor Johnson is the third governor in Kansas history.

He is the first Republican governor to be elected.

Governor Johnson was appointed by former President Bill Clinton.

Johnson, a Democrat, served two terms in the U.S. Senate and two terms as Kansas governor.

He served from 1999 until 2007, when he was elected to a fourth term as governor.

The Democratic-controlled legislature passed the Republican-controlled governor’s budget and the Democratic-led legislature passed two new taxes on business owners, the Sales and Use Tax and the Franchise Tax.

Johnson vetoed two of these bills and signed a bill allowing Kansas to tax the gross receipts of corporations for corporate-controlled corporations.

These measures were vetoed by Republican Governor Mike Pompeo, who served from 2010 to 2016.

Johnson is the only governor in the state to have a successful gubernatorial run.

The other two governors in Kansas were appointed by Republican Presidents George H.W. Bush and Ronald Reagan.

Governor Bush won reelection in 1994, and Governor Reagan was elected in 1986.

This article was originally published at The Gateway Pundit and has been reprinted with permission.