(Developing: Will update as warranted)
State Rep. Tom Sawyer has decided not to seek another term as the top Democrat in the Kansas House.
Sawyer, who has served two stints as the House minority leader and once as the majority leader, said it's time to step aside and allow someone new to take the reins of the caucus.
Democratic state Rep. Vic Miller of Topeka has announced that he plans to run for the House leadership position that Sawyer is vacating.
Sawyer's decision to leave the leadership post comes after an election cycle when Democrats were able to . . .
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