2010 State Convention / Nominating Caucus - Announcement and Invitation

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Please join us for the 2010 State Convention and Nominating Caucus of the Reform Party of Kansas!

Where: Golden Corral Buffet & Grill
2830 West 18th Ave.
Emporia, KS  66801
620-343-7315
http://www.votekansas.org/announce/2010/stateconv
Maps: Google Maps - Mapquest
When: Saturday, May 29th, 2010
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Hour Lunch Break around Noon
RSVP for Conference Call Details
RSVP: rsvp@votekansas.org
785-xxx-xxxx / 316-573-3231

Tentative Agenda:

10:30 AM Meeting Start
Credentialing Contact us soon to expedite this.
Pledge / Invocation
Approve Minutes of May 2008 State Convention
Chairman's Report
Treasurer's Report
10:45 AM Open Nominations for Party Officers:

  • State Chairman
  • State Vice-Chairman
  • State Treasurer
  • State Secretary
  • 1st Congressional District Executive Committee Member
  • 2nd Congressional District Executive Committee Member
  • 3rd Congressional District Executive Committee Member
  • 4th Congressional District Executive Committee Member

Open Nominations for 2010 Reform Party of Kansas Candidates
Open Nominations for 2010 Reform Party USA Delegates
Open Nominations for 2010 Reform Party USA National Committee Members

11:00 AM Discuss Current Reform Party of Kansas Candidates
Noon  Lunch
1:00 PM Discuss Candidates and Issues for 2010 Elections

  • Kansas State-Wide Candidates - $500 fee   [Ballot-Access]
    • Governor / Lt. Governor
      (someone with compelling Political/Business experience)

    • Secretary of State
      (Derek Langseth)

      • Honest, Verifiable, Hand-Countable Paper Ballots! / Decertify Black-Box Voting Machines!
    • Attorney General
      (someone with compelling Legal experience)

    • Treasurer
      (someone with compelling Accounting/Financial experience)

    • Insurance Commissioner
      (someone with compelling Insurance experience)
  • U.S. Senate - $20.00 fee   (Joe Bellis)   [Ballot-Access]
    • Important State-Wide Candidate in 2010
    • Issues
      • Stop Amnesty/Pardon for Illegal Aliens
      • Secure America's Borders
      • Demand Verifiable Paper Ballots!
      • Stop the North American Union (NAU)
      • Stop the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP)
      • Stop the REAL ID National ID Card
      • Stop the National Animal ID (NAIS) System and "Food Safety" Bills
      • Stop National Health Care
      • Stop the Value Added Tax (VAT) and Financial Activity Tax (FAT)
  • U.S. Congress - $20.00 fee
    • Candidates for all Four Districts!   (Susan Ducey in 4th C.D.)
    • Issues
      • Stop Eminent Domain Abuse and Judicial Activism (Reverse Treacherous Kelo v. New London Decision)
      • Bring Jobs back to U.S.A. by Promoting and Protecting Domestic Energy Production, Agriculture, and Value-Added Industry
      • Defend National Borders and Sovereignty
      • Send Illegal Aliens Home
      • Stop Abusive "Free" Trade (Repeal NAFTA, GATT, CAFTA; stop FTAA, NAU, SPP; leave the UN and WTO)
      • Taxes: Stop Federal Taxes and Control of Education and Other (thankfully!) Unfunded Mandates
      • Verifiable Elections (Every Vote Counts, and Every Vote Must be Countable!)
      • Stop the National Animal Identification (NAIS) System! (Say "No" to the RF-ID Mark of the Beasts!)
      • Energy: Domestic Oil Production, New Refineries, Alternatives to Petroleum
      • Repeal the National ID Card (abuse of our State Driver's Licenses by the REAL ID Act)!
      • Allow people to use their own Land and Property!  Shut down Anti-Constitutional Agencies: EPA, ESA, USDA, FDA, FTC, IRS!  Stop Agenda 21 and Related Plans to Steal Private Property and Resources!
      • Restore Protective, Constitutionally Legal Tariffs!  Lower all other taxes as much as possible!
  • Kansas State Representatives - $55.00 fee
    • Ask your friends and family to run: registered voters at least 18 years old.   (Nathan Wilson - State Rep)
    • Issues
      • Stop Eminent Domain Abuse and Judicial Activism!  (Prevent land-theft by developers and politicians!)
      • Stop the National Animal Identification (NAIS) System!  (Say "No" to the RF-ID Mark of the Beasts!)
      • Resist the National ID Card!  (Internationally standardized State Driver's Licenses by the REAL ID Act)
      • Stop Tolerating and Subsidizing Illegal Aliens and the Companies that hire them.
      • Block Agenda 21, Federal Watersheds, Federal Wetlands, and Endangered Species Act (ESA) in Kansas!
      • Lower the Tax Burden on Kansans and Small Businesses!  Demand Fiscal Responsibility!
  • County Commissioner - $35.00 fee
    • Ask your friends and family to run: registered voters at least 18 years old.
    • Issues
      • Honest, Verifiable Elections with Paper Ballots!  A 6th Grader can count paper ballots!  Nobody can ever prove to the public that a computer-tabulated count of votes is accurate and tamper-free!
      • Emphasize the need for Local Law-Enforcement to be Neighborly and Helpful.  Resist the encroaching Police State.  Insist upon preserving Posse Comitatus and Private Property.  Lower Property Taxes!
  • State Board of Education - $55.00 fee
    • Ask your friends and family to run: registered voters at least 18 years old.
    • Issues
      • Return to Time-Tested, Traditional Educational Techniques: Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic.
      • Resist Attempts to Indoctrinate our Future Generations with Globalist Propaganda that Undermines our God-given, Constitutionally Protected Rights.
      • Stop or Minimize Classroom Exposure to Anti-Christian, Anti-Family Material.
2:00 PM Encouraging Participation / Effective Committee Organization / Regional Coordinators
2:30 PM Strategies and Planning for Reform Candidate Races
3:30 PM Vote on Candidates, Party Officers, Delegates, etc.
4:00 PM Adjourn
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