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IN THE NEWS » Dog's paperwork for governor run rejected; server fired after complaining church group didn't tip; elk causes helicopter crash

This article was published February 14, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

Terran Wooley of Hutchinson, Kan., lost his bid to have Angus, a 3-year-old wirehaired vizsla, run for governor when the Kansas secretary of state's office rejected the dog's paperwork, even though state law doesn't set any minimum requirements for candidates.

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RTT says... February 15, 2018 at 9:28 a.m.

" Terran Wooley of Hutchinson, KS, lost his bid to have Angus, a 3-yo wirehaired vizsla, run for gov when the KS SoS's office rejected the dog's paperwork, even though state law doesn't set any minimum requirements for candidates."

"Well, he may be a dog, but he's my dog."
"Hey, he'd be better than some of the dogs we've had before."
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