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All four candidates agree to legalize medical marijuana.

All four candidates agree to legalize medical marijuana. "I think that in the states that they have legalized it, recreationally or medically it has reaped a lot of benefits," junior Izabella Fletcher said.

Erin Fagan

Erin Fagan

All four candidates agree to legalize medical marijuana. "I think that in the states that they have legalized it, recreationally or medically it has reaped a lot of benefits," junior Izabella Fletcher said.

Teens throw their hat in election ring

FS students get first look at high school governor candidates

Unlike many other states, the Kansas Constitution does not have an age limit when it comes to running for governor. Ethan Randleas, Dominic Scavuzzo, Tyler Ruzich and Jack Bergerson, all 16 years old, took advantage of the lack of an age restriction and decided to run for the public office.

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Jack Bergersen and Alexander Clae
Ethan Randleas

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