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Upcoming Meetings: Nov. 17 in Harvey County

November 16, 2011 J

You are invited to join us for an Americans for Prosperity-Kansas grassroots meeting this week in Newton.

We’ll be meeting in the basement of the Harvey County Courthouse (800 North Main St., Newton) at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17. The topic of discussion will include:

• The state of the state’s economy
• How Kansas compares to other states
• Using competition to grow our state’s economy

State representative Marc Rhoades will be our featured guest speaker for the grassroots meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Harvey County Courthouse.

If you have questions about the upcoming meeting, please contact Susan Estes at sestes@afphq.org.

Upcoming Meetings: Nov. 14 in Wichita

November 08, 2011

Americans for Prosperity's Wichita area chapter will hold its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 14 at the Alford Branch of the Wichita Public Library (3447 S. Meridian). There is no charge to attend, and we invite anyone and everyone to attend. For questions about the meeting, please contact Wichita volunteer coordinator John Todd at john@johntodd.net, or AFP Kansas field director Susan Estes at sestes@afphq.org.

Upcoming Meetings: Oct. 10 in Wichita

October 06, 2011 J

Please join us in Wichita for a our monthly chapter meeting. We'll be meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 19 at the Alford Branch of the Wichita Public Library (3447 S. Meridian). Former Congressman Todd Tiahrt will speak, presenting "How Regulations Affect Our Economy," followed by a group discussion.

For more information, or to RSVP, please contact Wichita AFP volunteer coordinator John Todd at john@johntodd.net or 316-312-7335 or AFP-Kansas field director Susan Estes at sestes@afphq.org or 316-681-4415.

Update: Wichita Protest Petition Effort

September 28, 2011 J

Yesterday we announced plans to attempt to overturn part of the incentive package approved by the Wichita City Council for a private development in downtown Wichita.

Many Wichita residents have already responded, ready to join our efforts in fighting the charter ordinance allowing the hotel developers to collect a guest tax from hotel patrons while keeping most of the funds collected for their own use. We appreciate the quick response from so many of you!

We are not allowed to begin collecting signatures on the protest petition until the final publication of the ordinance in The Wichita Eagle on Sept. 30. The petition will be available starting on that day, and we will continue the petition drive for the next 60 days.

In the meantime, any questions about the petition can be directed to infoks@afphq.org. You can also read more about the issue here.

Upcoming Meetings: Champion the Vote Sept. 16 in Olathe

September 06, 2011 J

AFP-Kansas’ Johnson County Chapter will be meeting at 6pm on Sept. 16 at Uncle Buck’s Grill in Olathe (12051 Renner Blvd., next to Bass Pro Shop). The meeting will feature Bill Dallas, with United in Purpose, to discuss strategies for voter registration and how to follow through to make sure newly registered voters turn out at the polls.

We'll start with dinner at 6pm, and the presentation will begin at 6:30pm. The only cost of the meeting is the price of your meal.

For more information, or to RSVP, contact AFP Field Director Jim Mullins at jmullins@afphq.org.

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