KS-3: While the GOP currently owns all 4 of Kansas' House Seats and have a structural advantage in all 4 of them: This is, by far, the least Red of the districts. That being said, the incumbent is Rep. Kevin Yoder. he won by 20% and didn't even draw a Democratic opponent in 2012. While a strong opponent could put this seat into play, there really aren't many options here for team Blue.
Senate: Incumbent Senator Jerry Moran will be a shoe in for reelection in 2016. It's no secret that Democrats don't have much of a bench here. Former Governor Kathleen Sibelius has already declined to run for the seat. The only other high profile potential candidates are 2014 Senate candidate Greg Orman. He could either run as an independent again or try his luck as Democrat. The other possibility is 2014 Gubernatorial nominee and former Kansas House Minority Leader Paul Davis. Davis would have a much better chance running for Governor in 2018.
President: I have the fundamental pegged here at R +21. So really there is no chance Hillary could win here in 2016. While she could make it a single digit race against a Trump or a Cruz, She will likely lose this only by somewhere in the neighborhood of 17%.