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Meet our candidates…

November 16, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

In case you haven’t already heard, we’re having a campaign forum on December 3rd, 7PM. It’s at 9760 N Pomona Ave, KCMO.

If you’ve ever thought about running for office before, but aren’t sure where to start, this is a great meeting for you!

As part of our new effort to elect conservative candidates, I’m excited to introduce our first announced candidate, Sherri Plunkett.

Sherri also happens to be my mom. Throughout the past year, we’ve had a lot of conversations about the fact that we as conservatives must stand up and take action. She’s a huge believer in the power of one person to make a difference, and I think that we can start to make some positive change if we start electing people with our best interests in mind. That having been said, I couldn’t be more excited for her to be part of our candidate recruitment efforts, and if you’re thinking of running, now is the time!

 

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  1. Matthew K. Dunn
    November 20, 2009 at 2:37 am

    Best of luck, Sherri. Can’t impact your election tally from the hinterland of Northeast Kansas, but more than support your belief that it takes only one person to make a difference. If we had just one Senator this Saturday who could explain the folly of government run healthcare to that body we would not have the possible problems we may now have to battle.
    God bless America and God bless George Washington.
    Matthew K. Dunn
    Highland, Kansas

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