The Kansas Supreme Court will take-up Chad Taylor's lawsuit requesting to be removed from the ballot for U.S. Senate.
This isn't going to end well for Republicans.
Best case scenario: Taylor is removed from the ballot and Democrats are forced to replace him with another Democrat on the ballot. Worst case scenario: The (liberal-loaded) state Supreme Court allows Taylor to be removed without requiring that the Democrats replace him. That is supposedly not legal, but anyone who pays a lick of attention knows that the Kansas Supreme Court is legend (wait for it) dairy in making stuff up to suit their purposes. (See state vs. Montoy and Gannon vs. State).
Kansas' Supreme Court is no friend to Republicans. Secretary of State Kris Kobach requested that the case be heard by a district court, but alas, the liberal Supremes decided to step in.
Should Taylor be replaced on the ballot, some savvy conservatives need to be hot on the trail to create a political action committee -- Kansas for Children, maybe? -- and that PAC should immediately begin sending mailers to Democrat likely voters touting the accomplishments of whichever Democrat is listed on the ballot.
It appears the Roberts-Orman race will be uncomfortably close even with Taylor on the ballot.