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Boots and Borders with Kris Kobach: Free Glen Templeton concert on Saturday afternoon

In summary, as I write below:

“This is sure to be a fun event, with a great mix of free concerts and rallying for economic freedom.  Headlined by country music singer Glen Templeton.  Organized by Kansans for Kobach and the Tea Party group “Political Chips.  Details below at left, and an online video commercial for the event at right:

Saturday, October 16

12:00 – 5:00pm

Community America Ballpark – Home of the T-Bones

1800 Village West Parkway

Kansas City, KS

Schedule of Events

Noon – Healthcare Freedom Rally

1:30 PM – Kris Kobach

2 PM – Live Concert

Outlaw Jim & The Whiskey Benders

Kansas’ Shane Duling

3 PM – Glen Templeton & The Full Throttle Band

This event is free to you and your family.  Learn more at KrisKobach.org and at Political Chips’ Web site.

Here’s my full recent Email, where I talk about this and another event featuring likely Attorney General Derek Schmidt.  View a Web-friendly version of our Email here.

TWO EVENTS THIS WEEKEND

Saturday, Oct 16:  Meet Kris Kobach, listen to free concert at T-Bones stadium with music from
Glen Templeton & The Full Throttle Band.

Monday, October 18:  Meet State Senator Derek Schmidt, Republican nominee for Attorney General. NW Johnson  County Republicans. Barley’s Brewhaus, 435 & Midland.

First, to re-cap the past week:

State-wide polling indicates Republican sweep:

Did you see this poll from SurveyUSA, with survey data from October 10 through October 12?  If not, take a look at it.  Very promising numbers for all state-wide Republican candidates.

Major Kansas City figures call for local candidate Jason Osterhaus:

I’d like to highlight phone calls recorded by two big names in Kansas City — Darla Jaye and Kris Kobach — in support of Jason Osterhaus.  Jason Osterhaus is the only economic conservative choice in the race for District 4 County Commission (Johnson County).  He’s the only candidate who supports open government, property rights, or pro-life values.

Please donate and volunteer for Jason Osterhaus by Emailing him atinfo@jasonosterhaus.com, orby visiting his Web site JasonOsterhaus.com.  Below, you can listen to the two separate 30-second phone calls at YouTube by clicking below.

To listen to Darla Jaye’s phone call for Jason Osterhaus, click here or below (at left).  To listen to Kris Kobach’s call, click here on on the image below (right).  To listen to Kris Kobach’s call in support of JasonOsterhaus, click here or below (at right).

Meet state-wide candidates Kris Kobach and Derek Schmidt:

In the next three days, there are two free events that you should know about, where you can have a unique opportunity to meet first-hand two state-wide candidates.

Saturday, October 16: “The Kris Kobach Boots and Borders Tour” at T-Bones Stadium

This is sure to be a fun event, with a great mix of free concerts and rallying for economic freedom.  Headlined by country music singer Glen Templeton.  Organized by Kansans for Kobach and the Tea Party group “Political Chips.  Details below at left, and an online video commercial for the event at right:

Saturday, October 16

12:00 – 5:00pm

Community America Ballpark – Home of the T-Bones

1800 Village West Parkway

Kansas City, KS

Schedule of Events

Noon – Healthcare Freedom Rally

1:30 PM – Kris Kobach

2 PM – Live Concert

Outlaw Jim & The Whiskey Benders

Kansas’ Shane Duling

3 PM – Glen Templeton & The Full Throttle Band
This event is free to you and your family.  Learn more at KrisKobach.org and at Political Chips’ Web site.

Monday, October 18:  Attorney General nominee Derek Schmidt addresses the Northwest Johnson County Republican PAC.

Details below:

Senator Derek Schmidt

Republican Nominee — Kansas AG

Barley’s Brewhaus

435 and Midland

6:45 — Dinner Hour 7:30 — Meeting
Go to KansasReform.com to view a longer list of candidates whom we view to be the best choices for economic conservative voters.

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Connect with Benjamin Hodge at FacebookTwitterLinkedInThe Kansas Progress, and LibertyLinked. Hodge is President of the State and Local Reform Group of Kansas.  He served as one of seven at-large trustees at Johnson County Community College from 2005-’09, a member of the Kansas House from 2007-’08, a delegate to the Kansas Republican Party from 2009-’10, and was founder of the Overland Park Republican Party in 2011.  His public policy record is recognized by Americans for Prosperity, the Kansas Association of Broadcasters, the Kansas Press Association, the Kansas Sunshine Coalition for Open Government, the NRAKansans for Life, and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).

 


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