Andrew Gray, LP-KS, Gubernatorial Campaign Update

A new campaign update landed in my inbox yesterday for Andrew Gray, Libertarian candidate for Governor of Kansas.

The campaign team has been amazingly busy.  In the last few weeks they have:

  • Attended county fairs across Kansas
  • Spoken to groups across Kansas
  • Done Radio Interviews
  • Setup Televised Debates
  • Attended Meet & Greets Hosted by Supporters
  • Distributed Yard Signs
  • Sent dozens of Press Releases
  • Traveled thousands of miles
  • Talked to reporters across the state
  • Shaken thousands of hands

And so much more…

In the coming 33 days the team will do even more.  Are you ready to help?

Here’s how you can help

Donate.  We have started running radio ads in Topeka, and want to run them statewide.  Every $10 you donate buys one radio spot.  The maximum donation of $250 buys 25 spots that can have a real impact on transforming the Libertarian Party of Kansas into the third major political party in Kansas.  You can hear the radio ads HERE.

Write letters to the editor of your local newspaper and tell them why you are supporting Andrew Gray.  It would be great to see letters sent to every paper in Kansas following the televised debate on the 7th.

Tell your friends.

And again….Donate.  The maximum donation is $250.  Donate online or mail a check to: Gray for Governor, 5412 SW 23rd St, Topeka, Ks 66614

We hate to ask for money, because we know how hard it is to earn money.  But we need money to spread the message.  This year is our best chance to achieve Major Party Status for the Libertarian Party of Kansas.   When it’s all said and done, let’s be sure we don’t regret not doing everything we could.

One thought on “Andrew Gray, LP-KS, Gubernatorial Campaign Update

  1. '..... just look at the activists ' [Lake]


    FEC guidelines and lower court rulings have also contributed to a more freewheeling environment.

    As a result, the Internal Revenue Service has come under increasing pressure from Democrats to act against conservative or GOP-allied groups, placing the tax agency in an awkward position of being dragged into a political fight that it can’t possibly address until well after the Nov. 2 elections are over.

    On Tuesday, two organizations that advocate for tougher campaign finance rules filed a complaint with the IRS asking it to investigate the tax-exempt status of Crossroads GPS.

    “If we are correct, then tax laws are being abused to hide donors,” Democracy 21 President Fred Wertheimer said in an interview.

    Together, Crossroads GPS and American Crossroads have raised $32 million this year. American Crossroads, created as a political organization under a separate section of the tax code, has to disclose its donors. But Crossroads GPS, formed as a tax-exempt group, does not.

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