Meet 3 teens too young to vote who are running for governor in Kansas
In this week’s Sunday Spotlight, NBC’s Joe Fryer sits down with three teenage boys running for governor of Kansas, one of two U.S. states currently without a minimum age requirement to hold that office. People of all ages have welcomed their candidacies, but some question if these young people are ready for all the responsibility if elected.
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