Jeanna Repass celebrated the anniversary of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling outlawing racial segregation in schools by announcing her candidacy for Kansas secretary of state.
A Democrat and a self-described “football mom” and community advocate, Repass made her candidacy official Tuesday, although she appointed a treasurer to start raising money for her campaign a couple weeks ago.
"I am entering the race for Kansas Secretary of State to protect the right of every legally registered Kansan to cast their ballot and to have their vote counted," Repass said in prepared comments she was expected to deliver at . . .
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