TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis is launching a four-city bus tour across Kansas to make a campaign announcement.
Davis, the Kansas House minority leader, is seeking his party's nomination for the right to challenge GOP incumbent Republican Gov. Sam Brownback next November.
The Lawrence Democrat planned to begin the tour Tuesday in the Johnson County town of Prairie Village, followed by stops at a Topeka high school and at parks in Salina and Wichita.
His campaign declined to release details about the announcement, only to say that it would be a significant event in the campaign.
Davis announced that he was seeking his party's nomination in September.
Brownback was elected governor race in 2010, defeating Democratic state Sen. Tom Holland.
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