SHAWNEE, Kan. – At rallies in Topeka and Kansas City, businessman and independent Senate candidate Greg Orman today launched “Breaking the Gridlock: Real Solutions to Move America Forward” – a common sense positive agenda to put an end to the gridlock in Washington and finally put Washington to work solving problems for the people of Kansas and this country.
“Kansans know Washington isn’t working. In order to move forward, we need to break the gridlock in Washington so both parties start to solve problems, instead of playing partisan political games,” Orman said. “This agenda represents a common sense, forward-looking vision that can bring people together to break the gridlock in Washington and actually start moving our country forward.”
Each plan in the booklet takes on a specific issue and offers concrete, common sense solutions that can bring people together to get things done.
“Breaking the Gridlock: Real Solutions to Move America Forward” details Orman’s common sense, forward-looking plans for:
“'Breaking the Gridlock' shows the difference between Greg’s positive campaign, offering real solutions and talking about the issues, and Sen. Pat Roberts’ record after 47 years in Washington, where he has failed to get things done and has become a part of the problem,” Jonas said. “Kansans want a senator who will actually show up to work and get things done. That's why Kansans from across the political spectrum - Republicans, Democrats, and Independents alike - are supporting businessman Greg Orman's independent campaign for Senate. They know Greg has a record of solving problems, and is offering real solutions to break the gridlock in Washington.”
You can view 'Breaking the Gridlock: Real Solutions to Move America Forward' here.
For more information about businessman Greg Orman and his Independent campaign for U.S. Senate, please visit the campaign online at www.OrmanForSenate.com. For media inquires, please contact our press office at Press@OrmanForSenate.com or call us at 913-353-5277.
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