(Updated to reflect a second filing against Yoder; inserts secretary of state's announcement on how the two Estes candidates will be placed on the ballot; adds response from the non-elected Ron Estes)
Republican Congressman Kevin Yoder has suddenly picked up two primary opponents as the deadline for candidates to file for office expired at noon Friday.
Trevor Keegan, an information technology consultant and a self-described small business owner, filed to run for the seat against the four-term incumbent who has about $2 million in the bank to spend on re-election. Also, Joe Myers of Overland . . .