Lt. Governor

Meeting - 2010 State Convention / Nominating Caucus of the Reform Party of Kansas

2010-05-29 10:00
2010-05-29 16:00
Etc/GMT-5

Please join us for the 2010 State Convention and Nominating Caucus of the Reform Party of Kansas in Emporia, KS at Golden Corral Buffet & Grill.

  • Where:
    Golden Corral Buffet & Grill
    2830 West 18th Ave.
    Emporia, KS 66801
    620-343-7315

  • When:
    Saturday, May 29th, 2010
    10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
    Hour Lunch Break around Noon
    RSVP for Conference Call Details

  • RSVP:
    rsvp@votekansas.org
    785/341-8777 / 316-573-3231

Maps, Agenda, and More Info

2010 State Convention / Nominating Caucus - Announcement and Invitation

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Please join us for the 2010 State Convention and Candidate Nominating Caucus of the Reform Party of Kansas!

Where: Golden Corral Buffet & Grill
2830 West 18th Ave.
Emporia, KS  66801
620-343-7315
http://www.votekansas.org/announce/2010/stateconv
Maps: Google Maps - Mapquest
When: Saturday, May 29th, 2010
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Hour Lunch Break around Noon
RSVP for Conference Call Details
RSVP: rsvp@votekansas.org
785-xxx-xxxx / 316-573-3231

Baldwin City All Candidate Forum - Sept. 25

2006-09-25 07:00
2006-09-25 09:00
US/Central

All Candidate Forum night sponsored by: "Business and Professional Women of Baldwin City" and "Town and Contry Republican Women of Douglas County"

Ellen Verell - Reform Party of Kansas Candidate for Lt. Governor

Ellen Verell is running for Lt. Governor with Richard Ranzau on the Reform Party of Kansas ticket. Ellen and her husband, Dick Verell, are retired and live in Meade on a farm that was her childhood home.

Ellen shares Richard Ranzau's frustration with the current state of politics as well as his vision of returning the government to the people. Her wide range of knowledge and experience coupled with her desire to serve the people of Kansas makes her an excellent candidate for Lt. Governor.

Campaign 02 Lessons Learned

Campaign 02 was a real learning curve for all of us. For many of us, this was the discovery of how the process works, and a lot of groping around in the dark without experienced people to rely upon. The first thing that should be noted is that we were ill prepared for a real challenge to the Majors when we tried to put together our Campaigns in just about 6 months, and with little to no money. They learned long ago to get started on the next election the moment the current election is over. They also have a developed long term plan, which the Reform Party has to develop now. They utilize the entire 2 to 6 year election cycle to build up their bank accounts and have the money necessary for the advertising etc. to win. The Reform Party has now had its teeth cut by a younger group that will be able to build upon their experiences, and pass it on to our next group of leaders. Many of the points brought up by some of our past Candidates were very useful, and I want to thank them now. Darrel King, Alvin Bauman, and anyone I may have missed here, Thank You for all that you taught us.

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