Senate passes bill setting new age requirement for gubernatorial candidates


The Kansas Senate on Tuesday passed a bill setting new age requirements for running for governor in a year that saw a handful of teens line up to run for the state’s highest elective office.

The Senate vote 32-4 to approve a bill that would set the age for running for governor and lieutenant governor at 25 years old. 

There was a push at one point to make the age 30 for gubernatorial . . .


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