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Two local KS legislators seeking re-election

State Representatives John Eplee & Randy Garber

(KNZA)--Two local Kansas legislators are seeking re-election.

Dr. John Eplee, of Atchison, and Randy Garber, of Sabetha, have filed for re-election.

Garber, a Republican, represents the 62nd district in the Kansas House. The district includes Brown and Nemaha Counties and portions of Atchison and Jackson Counties. Garber has served in the Kansas House since 2011.

Eplee, a Republican, represents the 63rd district in the Kansas House. The district includes Atchison and Doniphan Counties. Eplee has served in the Kansas House since 2017.

So far, no one has filed to challenge either candidate.

All 165 Kansas legislative seats are up for election this November.

Candidates have until noon, June 1st to file with the Kansas Secretary of State's Office.

The Primary Election will be August 4 and the General Election is November 3.



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