(Updated to include comment from Democrats and Republicans)
Democrats are turning to a legal star who prosecuted the BTK serial killer to capture a state Senate seat that has been held by Senate President Susan Wagle for 20 years.
Former Sedgwick County District Attorney Nola Foulston on Monday announced she would run for the Senate seat that will come open with Wagle running for the U.S. Senate this year.
Foulston's candidacy is considered a game-changer for a district that Wagle has represented since 2000, given the prosecutor's record of putting away some of the county's . . .
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