Wink Hartman

Wink Hartman meets with voters in Kingman

Today, Wichita businessman and candidate for the Republican Party nomination for the United States House of Representatives from the fourth district of Kansas Wink Hartman kicked off his "Back to Work" tour by meeting with a group of about 15 citizens in a downtown Kingman cafe. In brief opening remarks, Hartman expressed concern over the direction this country and our state -- even families -- is going. He said he is a third generation Kansan, born in Wichita, graduating from Southeast High School and Wichita State University. He has five children and six grandsons. Hartman said he is a businessman,…
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At Kansas Days, the fourth district Congressional campaign is on

At the annual Kansas Days festival in Topeka, the Kansas fourth district Republican candidates all hosted hospitality suites, looking to boost their chances with Kansas Republican voters. On Saturday, the Wall Street Journal ran an online piece titled Kansas GOP Could Be Its Own Worst Enemy, giving a run-down of the current political scene in Kansas. Of particular interest to Kansas fourth district voters, the piece said this: The Democrats' best hope for retaining a seat in the Kansas delegation may be a two-term state legislator named Raj Goyle, who is running in the fourth district encompassing Wichita. On his…
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Another Republican Congressional candidate forum

This Friday, January 22nd, the Sumner County Republican Party sponsors a forum for candidates for the Republican Party nomination for the United States Congress from the fourth district of Kansas. Due to a previous speaking engagement, candidate Wink Hartman will not appear at this event. Doors open at 6:00 pm with the debate starting at 7:00 pm. The location is Belle Plaine High School, 820 North Merchant Street in Belle Plain. Here's a Google map of the location. Google says it's 25 miles and a 33 minute drive from downtown Wichita.
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