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Reform Party of Kansas Call to 2014 (2015) Reform Party of Kansas Mon May 11, 2015 7 pm Nominating Convention and Caucus and Executive Committee Meeting (as continued) - rev 1

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Reform Party of Kansas Call to 2014 (2015) Reform Party of Kansas Mon Mar 23, 2015 7 pm Nominating Convention and Caucus and Executive Committee Meeting

Nate Wilson for KS House #67 - bullet points/flyer

Quick points on why you should vote for Nate Wilson for KS House, district 67 in the 2010 election.

Nate Wilson for Kansas House #67

The Reform Party of Kansas is pleased to recommend Nate Wilson as Representative of the Kansas House for District 67. Who is Nate Wilson?

Reform Party of Kansas - Election Year - 2010

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Why Reform?

Your family's interests as well as ours are being trampled upon by the self-interests of our elected officials who:

Constantly seek to increase the size of our already enormous government;

Further raise our taxes any time their pet projects are short of funds;

Ignore or scorn our desires for morality and justice in government;

Tolerate and even encourage the flood of illegal aliens into our country;

Take away our constitutionally protected rights by unethical activity;

Allow activist judges to make laws without authority and accountability;

Steer us toward centralized federal control and one-world government.

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Do you believe that our two party system gives people a voice today ?

No - There is too much corruption
93% (37 votes)
Yes - I still have faith that its working
5% (2 votes)
Uncertain - I am not sure
3% (1 vote)
Total votes: 40

Reform Party of Kansas - Election Year - 2006

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Why Reform?

Your family's interests as well as ours are being trampled upon by the self-interests of our elected officials who:

Constantly seek to increase the size of our already enormous government;

Further raise our taxes any time their pet projects are short of funds;

Ignore or scorn our desires for morality and justice in government;

Tolerate and even encourage the flood of illegal aliens into our country;

Take away our constitutionally protected rights by unethical activity;

Allow activist judges to make laws without authority and accountability;

Steer us toward centralized federal control and one-world government.

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