Due to retirements, redistricting and a well-financed campaign to defeat GOP moderates, the Legislature will have a lot of new faces next year. Based on primary results, at least 45 of the House’s 125 members, or 36 percent, will be new, and at least 13 of the 40 Senate members, or 32 percent, will be new, the Topeka Capital-Journal reported. The turnover could be even higher depending on what happens in the November general election.
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