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  • Editorial Board with Wichita's Jim Ward, Kansas gubernatorial candidate

    Star Editorial Board members talked with Kansas House Minority Leader Jim Ward, a former Sedgwick County assistant district attorney and Wichita city council member, on Facebook Live Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017. In this clip, Ward described himself as a fighter for Kansas and discussed the different roles of a state House leader and the governor’s office.

Editorial Board with Wichita's Jim Ward, Kansas gubernatorial candidate

Star Editorial Board members talked with Kansas House Minority Leader Jim Ward, a former Sedgwick County assistant district attorney and Wichita city council member, on Facebook Live Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017. In this clip, Ward described himself as a fighter for Kansas and discussed the different roles of a state House leader and the governor’s office.
Beth Welsh, Colleen McCain Nelson and Dave Helling The Kansas City Star