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Seneca man seeks 62nd District KS House seat
04/16/2018

(KMZA)--A Seneca man is seeking to represent the 62nd District in the Kansas House.

Melvin Baker recently filed by petition at the Secretary of State’s Office for the Democratic nomination.

The Secretary of State’s Office is currently verifying his petition, although  Baker says he submitted well over the number of names of registered Democrats needed.  

Baker is a retired middle school and high school government/civics teacher.  He still substitutes and teaches driver’s education classes.

Baker is the only Democrat to file so far.

Sabetha Republican Randy Garber currently represents the 62nd District and  is seeking another two-year term.  He has held the position since 2011.

The 62nd District includes Brown and Nemaha Counties along with portions of Atchison and Jackson Counties.

Candidates have until noon, June 1st to file.

The primary election will be held August 7th, and the general election is November 6th.  
         

 

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