Santorum, Huckabee file for Kansas GOP Presidential Caucus

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TOPEKA, Kansas – Two more Republicans have filed for the Kansas Republican Caucus.

In a news release, The Kansas Republican Party said Wednesday Rick Santorum, a former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania, and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, have added their names to the March 5th ballot.

Kelly Arnold, the chairperson of the GOP in Kansas, said, “With the Iowa Caucus 12 days away, our State Party Convention  in a month, and only 44 days until the Kansas Caucus, public interest in the Republican Presidential selection process is surging.

The two candidates are the 10th and 11th candidates to file for the Caucus.

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