Kansas Citians, in case you missed it: Vvideo from December local government event in Lenexa (Sheriff Myers, Mayor Funkhouser, more)
In case you missed it: Watch the video from the local government event on December 17, 2010
Speakers: Fmr. Sheriff Currie Myers, KC Mayor Mark Funkhouser, fmr. Shawnee City Councilman Kevin Straub, Commissioners Jason Osterhaus and Michael Ashcraft
Watch the full speeches at BenjaminHodge.com, or by clicking below later in this Email.
Lastly — Happy new year and Merry Christmas. Be safe this weekend.
There were five speakers:
Former Johnson County Sheriff Currie Myers, Kansas City (MO) Mayor Mark Funkhouser, former Shawnee City Councilman Kevin Straub, Johnson County Commissioner-elect Jason Osterhaus (Overland Park), and Johnson County Commissioner-elect Michael Ashcraft (Olathe).
We recorded the videos, so that you can watch them at your leisure on YouTube. I invite you to watch them by either going to my Web site (BenjaminHodge.com) or by clicking on the individual images below, which will take you directly to YouTube.
1. Sheriff Currie Myers (above)
2. Kansas City Mayor Mark Funkhouser (above)
3. Shawnee Councilman Kevin Straub (above)
4. Commissioners Jason Osterhaus and Michael Ashcraft (above)
I thank these five speakers, I thank the local citizens who attended this event, and I thank KCnet for co-sponsoring this event.
Thank you for your time, as always.
Kansas Representative, 2006-’08
Trustee, Johnson County Community College, 2005-’09
Connect with Benjamin Hodge at Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, The 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 NRA, Kansans for Life, and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).