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  • Independent Greg Orman on how partisan politics prevents progress

    Kansas Independent Greg Orman described how he sees ever-increasing partisan politics making it harder to gain compromises for meaningful legislation. Orman made the comments during a public forum on elections sponsored by American Public Square in October and streamed live by The Kansas City Star. Orman has filed paperwork with the state to establish a campaign committee and begin fundraising for a possible run for governor.

Independent Greg Orman on how partisan politics prevents progress

Kansas Independent Greg Orman described how he sees ever-increasing partisan politics making it harder to gain compromises for meaningful legislation. Orman made the comments during a public forum on elections sponsored by American Public Square in October and streamed live by The Kansas City Star. Orman has filed paperwork with the state to establish a campaign committee and begin fundraising for a possible run for governor.
Shelly Yang, Beth Welsh The Kansas City Star