TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Three more Kansas Democrats have filed for seats in the U.S. House, including two hoping to run against Republican Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins.
Bob Eye, an attorney from Lawrence, and the Rev. Tobias Schlingensiepen, who's on leave as senior pastor of Topeka's First Congregational Church, secured spots on the primary ballot Monday in the 2nd Congressional District. Jenkins has represented the district since 2009.
Filing Monday for the Democratic primary in the 4th Congressional District of south-central Kansas was Esau Freeman, a house painter and artist from Wichita. Freeman hopes to run in November against freshman Republican Congressman Mike Pompeo.
Another Democrat, retired court services officer Robert Tillman, has also filed for the seat.
Candidates had until noon Monday to file for the party primaries being held Aug. 7.
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