Often when a candidate loses a high-profile race, he or she prefers to lay low for a while. That’s not the case for former Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander.
It’s been three months since he narrowly lost his bid to oust Republican U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt. Since then, Kander has attracted— and seemingly sought —more national attention than he had during the campaign.
But in an interview with St. Louis Public Radio, the 35-year-old Democrat downplayed the significance.