Antonio Soave, former Kansas commerce secretary, on Tuesday announced he was dropping out of the race for Kansas’ 2nd District seat in Congress.
Antonio Soave, former Kansas commerce secretary, on Tuesday announced he was dropping out of the race for Kansas’ 2nd District seat in Congress. File
Antonio Soave, former Kansas commerce secretary, on Tuesday announced he was dropping out of the race for Kansas’ 2nd District seat in Congress. File

Ex-Brownback official Soave drops out of U.S. House race after KC Star investigation

November 07, 2017 11:08 AM

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