On October 25, Survey USA released a poll on the Kansas 2014 gubernatorial race. The results: Sam Brownback (incumbent Republican) 39%, Paul Davis (Democrat) 43%, “third party ticket” 12%, undecided 6%. See more details here, including breakdowns by race, sex, age, and party affiliation.
The only party on the Kansas ballot currently, other than the Democratic and Republican Parties, is the Libertarian Party. The likely Democratic nominee, Paul Davis, is the minority leader in the Kansas House.
The Reform Party was removed from the Kansas ballot earlier this year by the Secretary of State, but the Secretary of State’s action violated precedent, and if the Reform Party were to file a lawsuit, it would have a good chance of winning. However, to date, as far as is known, the Reform Party has not fought the ruling. Thanks to PoliticalWire for the link.