Tim Huelskamp, right, debates challenger Roger Marshall in June. Huelskamp lost his seat in Congress to Marshall in the Aug. 2 Republican primary. Although his days in Congress are numbered, Huelskamp isn’t surrendering to the role of lame duck.
Tim Huelskamp, right, debates challenger Roger Marshall in June. Huelskamp lost his seat in Congress to Marshall in the Aug. 2 Republican primary. Although his days in Congress are numbered, Huelskamp isn’t surrendering to the role of lame duck. Bo Rader File photo
Tim Huelskamp, right, debates challenger Roger Marshall in June. Huelskamp lost his seat in Congress to Marshall in the Aug. 2 Republican primary. Although his days in Congress are numbered, Huelskamp isn’t surrendering to the role of lame duck. Bo Rader File photo
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