(Updated to include comments from House minority leader, excerpts of a piece published by Planned Parenthood lobbyist and comment from Republican strategist)
Democratic candidate Aaron Coleman changed his mind for a second time, announcing Tuesday morning that he plans to stay on the ballot for the race for House District 37.
The drama played out in real time on social media when Coleman sent out a news release on Twitter at about 11:20 a.m. announcing that he had reconsidered his plans to try to withdraw his name from the ballot.
The sudden about-face came less than 48 . . .