Greg has been very clear about this: If one party is in the majority, Greg will seek to caucus with that party as it would be in the best interests of the state of Kansas. If neither party has a majority, Greg believes Kansas would be in a good position to help set the course of the country and promote a bi-partisan, problem solving agenda. This is an opportunity for Kansas.
It’s important to note that Greg has been clear and consistent about this, both during the debate and since he joined the race, and we have an explanation of his position from him on our website. Nothing has changed about this.
As far as who the next Majority Leader is, Greg has said that he will not vote for Harry Reid or Mitch McConnell because they've both been too aggressively partisan for far too long, and – like Senator Roberts – are part of the problem in Washington.
Greg's first and only allegiance is to the people of Kansas -- not a political party -- so should the caucus he joins fall into bad behavior, he will represent the people of Kansas appropriately and vote on the merits of the legislation instead of how party bosses demand. Greg will always seek common sense solutions while maintaining his independence.
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