A teen who ran for governor in 2018 is now turning his attention to the Kansas House.
Aaron Coleman, who ran for governor as a write-in candidate in 2018, has filed to run in the Democratic primary against seven-term incumbent state Rep. Stan Frownfelter.
Coleman was among a handful of teens who ran for governor in 2018, taking advantage of the fact that Kansas didn't set a minimum age for running to be the state's chief executive.
Coleman received two of the 26 write-in votes cast in the 2018 governor's race although he has . . .