TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Gov. Sam Brownback's chief of staff is
leaving that job, but David Kensinger won't be leaving politics or Kansas behind.
The Republican governor announced Kensinger's departure Friday,
along with the promotion of his policy director, Landon Fulmer, to
chief of staff.
Kensinger says he's joining the campaign of U.S. Rep. Mike Pence
for governor of Indiana. Pence is unopposed in that state's May 8
Kensinger will also serve as chairman of Brownback's policy
organization, Road Map Solutions. He says the job will allow him to
work on such issues growth of personal income and private-sector
Fulmer worked for Brownback in the U.S. Senate and joined his
Topeka staff after Brownback's election as governor. He'll be
replaced as policy director by Jon Hummell, currently Brownback's
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