'Hit' tweet against Kansas governor has Dems seeking ouster
November 6, 2020
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Democratic candidate who admitted to circulating revenge porn and was charged at the age of 14 with threatening to shoot a high school student has won a state House seat in Kansas, and party leaders promised Thursday to try to oust him after what they saw as a threat against the governor.
Aaron Coleman was the only candidate on the ballot in his Kansas City, Kansas, district in Tuesday's election, but the 20—year-old faced the veteran state lawmaker whom he defeated in the Democratic primary and a Republican candidate who ran as write-ins.
Coleman began identifyin...