Greg, like most Kansans, has supported politicians in each party. Each party has it's fair share of good ideas--and bad ones. After years of hoping that Democrats or Republicans would make the tough, common sense choices needed to put America and Kansas back on track, Greg decided to register as an independent.
In 2009 and 2010, he supported both Republicans and Democrats, but he was also starting to form the opinion that neither party truly represented me. He determined that the parties were becoming a part of the problem. With extremists controlling the primary process and Congressional districts becoming increasingly partisan, our elected officials were becoming more and more unyielding. He knew we needed to do something truly different if we were to put America back on the right path.
In November of 2010, he founded the Common Sense Coalition. He wanted to create a place where the silent majority in America – those people who were fiscally responsible and socially tolerant – felt like they had a voice. Ever since, he's been committed to exclusively supporting Independent, reform causes as the best path to getting Washington working again.
Until recently, Kansas has had a proud tradition of electing collaborative leaders who could stay true to their principles yet still work with others to get things done for Kansas and the country. It's time to get back to that idea.
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