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Kansas father, son both seeking House seats

Published on -6/14/2012, 3:55 PM

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MEADE, Kan. (AP) -- A father and son are hoping to serve in the Kansas House of Representatives at the same time.

Ronald Ryckman Sr. and Ronald Ryckman Jr. are running for in separate legislative seats this year.

The elder Ryckman lives in Meade and is seeking a second term in the 115th District. His son, who lives in Olathe, is seeking the 78th House seat, The Hutchinson News reported (http://bit.ly/KXjAZg ).

The elder Ryckman faces Democrat Marjorie Gilbert in the Nov. 6 general election. His son has no challenger because Rep. Bob Montgomery, an Olathe Republican, moved after redistricting.

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