With seven weeks left until the filing deadline, the mayoral race in Kansas City, Kan., already has grown to four candidates.
Janice Grant Witt, a financial services broker defeated for the post in 2013, became the fourth candidate when she filed this month.
Political newcomer D. Keith Jordan, who is better known as “T-Bone” on the Johnny Dare morning radio show on KQRC-FM, filed in March.
Incumbent Mark Holland, who is finishing his first term, and challenger David Alvey, a current member of the Board of Public Utilities, filed in February.
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The primary election in August will narrow the field to two candidates for the November general election.
Filing ends at noon June 1.