Candidates for Congress to debate in El Dorado


The candidates for the Republican Party nomination for United States Congress from the fourth district of Kansas will participate in a forum this Friday in El Dorado.

The event is sponsored by the Great American Forum. The date is Friday, April 23 at 7:00 pm, at the El Dorado Senior Center, 210 E. 2nd Avenue, El Dorado, KS.

Questions may be submitted in advance my email at For more information, contact Ben Sauceda at 316-640-2065 or


3 responses to “Candidates for Congress to debate in El Dorado”

  1. Dismal Scientist

    Neocons one and all! Do not believe the (wink, wink) commercials, Jim Anderson is the only true Constitutional Conservative in this race. He is an outsider with no one in his back pocket awaiting riches after the election! Go Jim Go!

  2. Wendy

    I spoke personally with Jim Anderson at the Tea Party in Wichita last Thursday. I waited until most people had gone home, except a few who were packing up, so there were no distractions.

    When I tried to tell him there’s a problem with some of his campaign staff he cut me off & said very sarcastically to me, “Oh, I think I’ll go get in my Black Helicopter!”

    He then turned on his heels in an angry manner away from me. I was shocked! One of his campaign workers nearby told me, “He doesn’t like you.”

    After Anderson moved a little ways away, one of Mr. Anderson’s campaign workers walked over to me and stood very demandingly in front of me wearing his red Anderson T-shirt, and asked me in a very nasty tone, “Are you a Jew?”

    I asked him what business it was of his. He next asked, “Are you a Mormon?” He continued raging on in an extremely accusatory tone with an anger I had not seen even in the leftists we’d encountered that day.

    A tiny woman nearby who was about 6 months pregnant tried to stop him — she tried several times to pull him away, but he was too strong. He didn’t seem to care. His tirade continued for a long time with her pulling on his arms and telling him to stop.

    I was very shocked — doubly shocked — but sadly, it made me realize Jim Anderson is not a nice individual. He is unwilling to listen to a constituent even before he’s elected. I can see now, that he wants this Congressional seat no matter who he has to hurt to get it. I no longer see him as principled. I was trying to help him out by telling him something he needed to know, and he became very hateful when I had only begun to speak.

  3. Matt

    My problem with the Anderson campaign is that they begin to attack others by calling them neocons or not true Constitutionalists, or insider politics without any proof. Their attack on Dick Kelsey for endorsing Mike Pompeo was a pathetic display of outrage. Jim would do well to focus on the issues, and prove to us why he should be elected on his merit, not against the merit of others.

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