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Still Time to Vote

Lee’s Summit, November 4, 2014 – You still have time to vote. To stay home and not vote is to let others define the world in which you live in. To not vote today is to acquiesce to the desires… Continue Reading →

Missouri’s Presidential Vote

February 2, 2012 – Missouri will have two chances this year to affect the presidential race, but, up until now, the controversy surrounding how we got to this point has overshadowed the race itself. Keep in mind that state races… Continue Reading →

Breakfast with Will Kraus in Greenwood

Greenwood, June 27, 2010 – Paul and Brenda Weber of Greenwood hosted a breakfast Saturday morning with Missouri’s District 8 Senatorial Candidate Will Kraus.  A nice group of people showed up and the discussion was lively but focused on the… Continue Reading →

Small versus Large Government, Jacob Turk vs. Emanuel Cleaver

Lee’s Summit, June 13, 2010 – The comparison is rather stark.  The real choice you are making, as you vote for Missouri’s 5th Congressional District, is between keeping the money in the private sector where it will be invested to… Continue Reading →

The 11th hour; this is when it counts. Vote!

First let me start by saying that tomorrow morning, whether you are Republican, Democrat, Libertarian or Independent, the one responsibility you have is to go out and vote. If you don’t know where to vote, go to www.gop.com and follow… Continue Reading →

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