Thursday, November 01, 2012

Brownback News Round-Up: G.O.P. Bike Gangs "Get Out the Vote"

Brownback's PAC spends more than $51000 in 3 months
Kansas City Star
Campaign finance reports show a political action committee affiliated with Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback raised more than $66,000 and spent about $51,000 in the past three months. Brownback's Road Map PAC reported its activities from July 27 through Oct.
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Get out the vote
Louisburg Herald
November 1 is the Get Out The Vote Republican political rally with Gov. Sam Brownback and Congressman Kevin Yoder in Kansas City, along with other Republicans. Cameron Reynolds, the president of Louisburg High School's Young Politician Club, and I, ...
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51st District candidates disagree on tax plan
Topeka Capital Journal
Sam Brownback and conservatives. "I don't think it's fair," Pikul said, adding that exempting business owners from paying income tax while forcing their employees to continue to pay could lead to "workplace animosity." Pikul's Republican opponent ...
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Brownback to visit Winfield Fri.
Winfield Daily Courier Online
Sam Brownback will visit the Cowley County Republican Party headquarters, 1816 Main St., in Winfield (the former Mega Movies building), at 10 a.m. Friday as one of 11 stops on the governor's two-day “Road Map for Growth” motorcycle tour. This event is ...
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Kansas governor to visit Ark City and Winfield
Sam Brownback will stop in Ark City and Winfield Friday as part of a motorcycle tour planned just ahead of the general election. The "Road Map for Growth Tour" will arrive at the Senior Citizens Center, 320 S. A in Ark City, at 9 a.m. Brownback is set ...
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