SHAWNEE, Kan. — Olathe businessman and entrepreneur Greg Orman, who is the independent candidate running for U.S. Senate, today announced the opening of his campaign headquarters in Shawnee and the addition of key staff to his growing statewide campaign.
Mr. Orman’s new office is located in Johnson County off Shawnee Mission Parkway at 22342 West 66th Street in the Monticello shopping center. The location will serve as a base of operations for the campaign’s volunteer outreach and field programs. For more information call (785) 530-5727 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Orman also welcomed new staff as the campaign expands its field, grassroots and media efforts across Kansas. Leading Orman's statewide team will be Jim Jonas, a veteran consultant who's served numerous Republican and independent causes and campaigns across the country. Jonas started in politics producing political advertising for consulting legend Roger Ailes, and later served as communications director for Lamar Alexander's 1996 presidential campaign.
Jonas has also produced television and radio projects for the Republican National Committee, the National Republican Congressional Committee and George H.W. Bush’s 1992 presidential campaign. In recent years, Jonas has worked on election reform and independent politics and was a co-founder of Unity '08, a groundbreaking national effort to put a bipartisan ticket on the 2008 presidential ballot.
Sam Edelen, a former editor and reporter who’s served Republican mayoral and gubernatorial candidates in multiple states, will serve as the campaign’s media liaison.
Aaron Estabrook of Dodge City, a former U.S. Army Sergeant and current Manhattan school board member, will head the campaign's grassroots efforts as field director.
Ashley Walker, a Lenexa native and KSU graduate, will serve as the campaign coordinator and volunteer director.
Orman formally launched his campaign June 2 and is collecting 5,000 signatures to qualify for the November ballot.
For more information about Greg Orman and his independent campaign for U.S. Senate, please visit the campaign online at www.OrmanForSenate.com or contact Sam Edelen at email@example.com or 913-730-6243.
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