Forum to to discuss conservative principles to be held in Wichita

On Saturday, July 18, 2009, a forum will be held in Wichita to “discuss conservative principles, and why we must return to them.”

The forum will be held at the Wichita Public Library Downtown at 223 S. Main. The time is from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm.

The event is part of the Great American Forum, created by Benjamin Sauceda. Participants include:

  • Kenya Cox, Wichita Vice-Chair NAACP, Vice-Chair of the Sedgwick County Republican party, and past candidate for the Kansas Senate
  • Kasha Kelley, Member of the Kansas House of Representatives and government transparency advocate
  • Jason Watkins, Member of the Kansas House of Representatives
  • Rick Macias, Adoption Lawyer
  • Ben Sauceda, Sedgwick County Young Republicans
  • Jordan Yost, College Republicans

There’s a Facebook page for the event. Or send email to [email protected] for more information.

3 Comments

  • Dil Weed Jones -

    Why so many politicians? I don’t want to hear from them.

    Watkins likes big budgets.

  • Ned Dupont -

    Dil Weed Jones seems to have never reviewed voting records for Representative Watkins. He has voted against every budget that increased spending more than 5%. And he was the sponsor of this years bill that made major cuts to state spending. Of course, the dems and lib repubs killed that bill and passed their own bigger budget. But you probably know that Dil Weed, because you are one of them.
    Nice try though!

  • DerUnemeadale -

    What’s up, is there anybody else here?
    If it’s not just all bots here, let me know. I’m looking to network
    Oh, and yes I’m a real person LOL.

    Later,

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