Bus Tour

Check out the Problem Solving Tour!

Stops are noted by blue markers—click for more info. The red marker denotes the bus!

Bus Tour, Day 3: Hays, Colby, Garden City

To kick off day three the Orman for Senate bus tour the team stopped off in Hays at Augustine’s Bakery and Daylight Donuts in order to meet with the local patrons. Greg met with the media, had some great donuts, and had even better company!

Bus Tour, Day 2: Manhattan, Salina

We continued our service tour into the second day by visiting the Manhattan Emergency Shelter, Inc., or MESI. During our tour, we were given a look into the daily efforts of the shelter. In 2013, the shelter housed 475 individuals and provided housing assistance through their rapid re-housing and permanent housing programs to 697 adults. The shelter houses men, women, children, and families, and is one of the last shelters heading west into Kansas. The graciousness and empathy the shelter showed for its residents was truly moving.

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Bus Tour Day 1: Lawrence, Topeka, Manhattan

Kick Off:
On Monday, August 11th, the Mission Possible Task Force kicked off their eight day bus tour across Kansas with coffee and donuts at the campaign headquarters. It was great to have supporters come out and see Greg off on his Problem Solving bus tour!

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Kicking Off the Tour

Folks -- It's time to roll out Greg’s message across our beloved state of Kansas. We're taking a bus tour of Kansas and you're invited to come along.

Many concerned citizens from across the state have found hope in Greg’s candidacy. Greg will be a problem-solver, viewing the issues through clear lenses, free from the usual blue or red tint, which can distort the vital decision making needed to run the country. Kansans are recognizing that we need someone to fix the current stalemate in Washington, and we need innovation, collaboration and sensible solutions to move us forward.

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