Embattled Kansas House candidate Aaron Coleman announced on social media Sunday that he is dropping out of the race for the District 37 seat in Wyandotte County.
Coleman announced his plan to withdraw less than a week after he won the Democratic primary against longtime state Rep. Stan Frownfelter by 14 votes.
No other candidate was on the ballot, almost ensuring him a seat in the House.
Coleman, 19, was under fire from his own party after acknowledging allegations of online bullying, blackmail and revenge porn when he was in middle school.
A spokeswoman for the governor told The Associated . . .
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