Former lieutenant governor files for Congress


Former Lt. Gov. Tracey Mann on Monday started the scramble for the 1st District Congressional seat, officially filing his candidacy with the Federal Election Commission.

Mann, who served alongside Gov. Jeff Colyer in 2018, was the first candidate out of the box in what's expected to be a crowded field to replace Congressman Roger Marshall, who announced he's running for Senate over the weekend. He filed his candidacy statement with the FEC at about 12:30.

"America faces urgent threats to our freedom," Mann said . . .


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