Pachyderms to host panel on Republican Party’s future


At this Friday’s meeting of the Wichita Pachyderm Club, the topic is “What does the Republican Party have to look like to be successful in 2010?”

This meeting will feature a panel of

  • Kelly Arnold: Sedgwick County Republican Party Chair
  • Jason Watkins: State Representative for 105th district
  • Dave Trabert: President of the Flint Hills Center for Public Policy
  • Derrick Sontag: Kansas State Director Americans for Prosperity.

The moderator will be John Todd, Vice President, Wichita Pachyderm Club.

Each panelist will be asked to make a 2 to 3 minute introductory comment, followed by group discussion with the audience.

All are welcome to attend Pachyderm meetings. Lunch is $10, or you may attend the meeting only for $3. The meeting starts at noon, although those wishing to order lunch are encouraged to arrive by 11:45. The location is Whiskey Creek Steakhouse at 233 N. Mosley in Old Town. You can view a map of this location by clicking on Google map of 233 N. Mosley.


One response to “Pachyderms to host panel on Republican Party’s future”

  1. Bethel

    The track record of the Sedgwick County Republican Party or the State Republican Party in attracting Latino candidates has been atrocious. All the Latino candidates that have ran for office have done it by themselves. They were never recruited or mentored.

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