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Jerry Moran is running for Kansas Governor
Fire Dennis Moore ^ | 4-24-05 | Fire Dennis Moore

Posted on 04/25/2005 1:34:24 PM PDT by jw2therescue

According to sources close to Jerry Moran, the FDM team learned that Kansas’ 1st district congressman will run for governor in 2006. Moran will announce shortly after the legislature is completed in late May/early June. Moran shouldn't have any serious Republican challengers for the nomination. Liberal Governor Kathleen Sebelius should be a goner now.

Also, our sources tell us that Olathe State Senator Kay O'Connor is considering running for Secretary of State against incumbent Ron Thornburgh. Evidently, O'Connor sent out “secret” letters to supporters about her S.O.S. desires. We're not exactly sure what Thornburgh has done to deserve a primary challenge, but we do know that O'Connor's challenge will not help party unity much at all.


TOPICS: Kansas; Campaign News; Issues; Parties; State and Local
KEYWORDS: 2006; election2006; governor; jerrymoran; kansas; moran; moranisaloser; moranwilllose; sebelius; sebeliusrules; sebeliuswillwin
This is great news! Sebelius is a liberal and Moran is a great candidate who can beat her. I'm fired up!
1 posted on 04/25/2005 1:34:26 PM PDT by jw2therescue
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To: jw2therescue; beGlad
Moran to the Governor, Brownback to the President.

ANYONE is better than Sebelius.

2 posted on 04/25/2005 1:43:05 PM PDT by eccentric ((a.k.a. baldwidow))
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