We’ve done everything we possibly could to win this election. We’ve knocked thousands of doors to connect with Republican, independent, and Democratic voters. We’ve gone to meetings and public forums with just about every education, hospital, and transportation advocate in Johnson County. We’ve made hundreds of phone calls to voters with advance ballots. Our families and volunteers have helped us spread a few hundred yards signs across the district. It was hard work, but I’ll let you in on a secret; I’ve LOVED it.
I’ll end with a note of thanks. Thank you voters, thank you my fellow candidates, thank you my supporters and campaign volunteers, thank you donors, and thank you family and friends. It has been an honor to meet and work with so many of you.
I ask for your vote. I ask to you vote for Jan Kessinger for House 20, Joy Koesten for House 28, Patty Markley for House 8, and Stephanie Clayton for House 19. They have worked every bit as hard as I have, and they are committed to restoring fiscal sanity to Kansas just as I am. I look forward to working with each and every one of them.
My final thought; I ask for your support in the general election on November 8th. This is nothing less than the most important election in Kansas’ recent history. Please vote your conscience. And in the coming months, please pay attention to Kansas politics. By staying engaged, you will remain informed for the 2018 governor’s and House race. I hope you’ll give me the opportunity to work with legislators of both parties to restore Kansas Common Sense to Topeka this Tuesday!
Very truly yours,
Republican Nominee for Kansas Senate, 11th District