FRANKFORT-- The 2019 legislative session kicked off in Frankfort Tuesday.
While there were warm welcomes for representatives on both sides of the aisle, those warm feelings ended as the House got down business.
First on their agenda, the 13th Legislative District, where former Representative D.J. Johnson is challenging the election results.
Johnson, a Republican, lost to Democrat Representative Jim Glenn by a single vote.
The results were certified, and Glenn was sworn into office.
However, the House picked names of nine representatives who will form a special board to investigate and pick a winner for the seat.
The board consists of six Republicans and three Democrats.
Following the announcement of the new board, Glenn voiced his displeasure, saying recounts have already been done.