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Gubernatorial candidates debate in Atchison
04/13/2018

KS Republican Gubernatorial candidates debated in Atchison Friday evening. Left to right: Governor Jeff Colyer, Secretary of State Kris Kobach, and KS Insurance Commissioner Ken Selzer/Credit: Facebook

(KAIR)--Three Republicans seeking to become the next Governor of Kansas debated in Atchison Friday evening.

Fielding questions were current Governor Jeff Colyer, Secretary of State Kris Kobach, and State Insurance Commissioner Ken Selzer. 

The debate, held at the Atchison Event Center, was presented by the Kansas Republican Party.

The questions were posed by moderator Dr. Edward Mulholland, Associate Professor of World and Classical Language and Literature at Atchison's Benedictine College.

Questions during the 90-minute debate ranged from issues related to school funding to the age requirement for concealed carry in the state.

According to Atchison County Republican Central Committee Chair Derek Franklin, students from the Atchison High School broadcast class, under the direction of instructor Robert Neidinger, handled the audio and visual aspects of the debate.

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