Archive for November 4th, 2010

Thank you from Kris Kobach

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Thank you so much for all of the ways that you helped make our victory last night possible. We were outspent by more than $90,000 and faced a barrage of misleading negative ads, yet we won by a 59%-37% landslide. That was only possible because of your help. Our ground game neutralized our opponent’s attacks and carried us to victory.

It has been widely acknowledged that the Kansans for Kobach campaign mounted the greatest volunteer effort of any campaign in Kansas in 2010. Our volunteers were everywhere, in great numbers. Whether it was in parades, rallies, or the “clean sweep” program of the Kansas Republican Party, our volunteers consistently showed up in large numbers and brought their “A game.”

I want to express my sincere gratitude to you for your help and support. I literally could not have won without you. I look forward to serving you as Secretary of State and making good on my promises to stop voter fraud in Kansas.

Thanks again!


Turk Campaign — Turk Headquarters open this week

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

At Turk Headquarters this week…
We will be open to wrap up the campaign the following days:
Thurs, Nov. 4 10am – 7pm
Fri, Nov. 5 9am – 6pm
Sat, Nov. 6 9am – 4pm

Pick up your items:
If you loaned us something to use in the headquarters (tables, chairs, coffee makers, microwave, etc.) please come pick it up by Saturday 4pm. We sure appreciate you helping out the campaign by loaning us your item – thank you!

Turk signs:
Please bring any Turk signs you have to headquarters so we can preserve these assets. You never know what need might arise for them. As my Mama used to say, “better to have ‘em and not need ‘em, than to need ‘em and not have ‘em”.

Stop by if you can. We would love to see you.

Donna & Jacob
Kay, Glyn & Pam

Headquarters number is (816) 524-6723
100 SW 3rd Street Lee’s Summit, MO 64063

Phillip & Cathy Cosby – Change In the Wind

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Dear Friends,

I have to admit I am a bit of a political junkie. I did enjoy last nights reports.
Looks like friends of faith and family did well. Now let’s see if the winners remember the single sentence in the twenty-two page “Pledge to America” . (more…)

Op-Ed, Jack Cashill on Kris Kobach – A Star Is Born in Kansas

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Published with permission

by Jack Cashill November 4, 2010

Other than say nuclear war or the Holocaust, there are few things worse than a victory party staged for a losing candidate: all drooping banners, sagging balloons, and a few dispirited stragglers discreetly stuffing the last of the baby carrots into their suit jackets.

On the other hand, there are few things more fun than a victory party where everyone wins. And for the good guys there are few places in America where that experience can be had as it can occasionally be had in Kansas. (more…)