SHAWNEE, Kan. – Today marked the first day of early in-person voting and Sybil Orman, a teacher and the wife of businessman and independent Senate candidate Greg Orman, urged her fellow Kansans to take advantage of early voting at an early-vote rally in Olathe.
“This election is so important,” she said. “Washington is broken and we have the chance to fix it this year by sending Greg to the Senate to focus on solving problems instead of playing the same tired political games. I’m encouraging everyone to vote early so they can be sure their vote counts and we send a message to Washington to end the partisan fighting there.”
Advanced voting in Kansas began on October 15. Specific voting details vary by county and you can find information directly from your county’s elections office. Counties are required to offer in-person advanced voting by October 28. Advanced voting ends Monday, November 3 at noon ahead of the November 4 general election. You can also call toll free 1-800-262-VOTE (8683) with additional voting questions.
“Kansans know Washington is broken and they know that Senator Roberts is part of the problem. Kansans are tired of Senator Roberts who lives in Virginia, rarely visits Kansas, and doesn’t even show up for work in Washington,” said Orman for Senate campaign manager Jim Jonas. “Kansans are looking for someone with a real track record of solving problems, and that’s why they’re supporting businessman Greg Orman’s independent campaign for senate.”
Sybil Orman will be hosting similar rallies throughout the state for the rest of the week. Times and place will be announced.
You can view a video of Sybil's remarks at the rally here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BS25Te5merY
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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