If you're like me, you probably feel like common sense is a rare thing in politics.
I'm running for the United States Senate to represent Kansas as an Independent--because it's time voters have a real choice when they go to vote.
I’m Greg Orman, and I’m running as an Independent for U.S. Senate because Washington is broken and we need a new approach.
Most of us agree that both parties in Washington are partially to blame. Politicians in Congress are more concerned with protecting political power than solving the real problems we face. From running government more effectively, to keeping a college education affordable to creating the jobs and economy of the future, we need a Senator who puts Kansas ahead of any political party.
Like many of you, I’ve watched both Republicans and Democrats promise to make things better, and after years of failing to deliver anything, it’s clear that neither party has our best interests at heart. I’m running for U.S. Senate because Kansas needs someone who will work with either political party when they have the best idea, so we can finally get results.
Kansas Senate candidate Greg Orman continues to push the ball down the field. The Johnson County businessman expects to turn in 10,000 petition signatures today to the Secretary of State’s office in Topeka. If 5,000 of the signees are certified, Orman goes on the November ballot as an independent.
U.S. Senate candidate Greg Orman told the Mercury on Thursday he’s trying to move beyond the labels of a two-party system to fix what’s ailing Congress.
SHAWNEE, Kan. — Olathe businessman and entrepreneur Greg Orman, the Independent candidate running for U.S. Senate, today announced his campaign has collected more than 10,000 signatures from voters in all 105 Kansas counties as part of the petition drive to qualify him for the general election ballot in November.
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