Democratic state Rep. Stan Frownfelter is seeking to do something done only once before in Kansas political history.
If Frownfelter can run a successful write-in campaign against fellow Democrat Aaron Coleman, it would be only the second time an incumbent legislator was reelected despite losing a primary election.
The last — and only — time it occurred was in 1994, when moderate Republican Ellen Samuelson lost a primary to conservative Cedric Boehr and then launched a write-in campaign that defeated him in the general election.
The secretary of state's office said the Samuelson campaign was the last time a . . .