Vote Reform - On the Ballot for Another Two Years

At this point, it looks like the Secretary of State race got more than 1 percent of the vote. Hopefully this will remain true as the vote counts finalize.

Thank you for all your efforts. Every two years, the hurdle of maintaining ballot access becomes a primary concern as we continue to work on political reform in Kansas and the U.S.

A summary is in order, perhaps with a comparison to 2 years and 4 years ago if possible, to help us recognize useful trends.

It is time for a little break, but it can't be too long. Final filings, a party meeting in the near future, and following up with voters (and our representatives!) on the urgent issues must be done.

I thank all the Reform candidates for their efforts and sacrifices. We couldn't do it without you.

Joseph Martin, Vice-Chairman
Reform Party of Kansas

Thank you to our candidates.

Seeing all your names on the ballot gave me a feeling of pride and satisfaction. RPKS is really doing well, I think this is the best it has ever been. Thank you for your hard work and dedication.