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AD: Jacobs Thanks Community For Support

Trevor and April Jacobs in the center of a family photo with their children and grandchildren.

Hello this is Trevor Jacobs your 4th District Representative. I want to thank all of you who have prayed for my family and I, thank you for encouraging us, and supporting us in this election season.

Now let us continue to stand together as we fight this critical battle for our freedoms, let us not grow weary of standing together for the protection of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. Let us continue to stand for truth and for what we know is right. Let us thank the Lord for the gift of our God-given rights and traditional values and let us treasure them and never take them for granted.

I am Trevor Jacobs and I thank you again for all of your kind congratulations. Lord bless you as we stand together for what is right.
Paid for by Trevor Jacobs for Kansas House April Jacobs Treasurer

AD: Vote Democratic 2020

Vote Democratic

2020

Democratic Party Values include:

Truth

Safe and Affordable Education for All

Patriotism

Freedom

Health Care for All

Fair Wage for a Day’s Labor

Empathy

Right to Vote for all Citizens

Compassion

These candidates are fighting for your values in Bourbon County

Bourbon County Offices ——————————————

Mike Feagins – Sheriff

Mike Feagins. Submitted photo.

Phillip Hoyt – Commissioner, 3rd District

State Offices ————————————————————-

Bill Meyer – KS Representative, 4th District

Bill Meyer. Submitted photo.

Lynn Grant – KS Representative, 2nd District

Lynn Grant. Submitted photo.

Nancy Ingle – KS Senate, 13th District

Nancy Ingle. Submitted photo.

Mike Bruner – KS Senate, 12th District

Mike Bruner. Submitted photo.

National Offices ————————————————————————-

Michelle De La Isla — US Representative, 2nd District

Michelle De La Isla. Submitted photo.

Barbara Bollier – US Senate

Barbara Bollier. Submitted photo.

Joe Biden – US President

Joe Biden. Submitted photo.

Paid for by the Bourbon County Democratic Party; Shirley Palmer, Treasurer

 

AD: Trevor Jacobs For Kansas Representative For District 4

Trevor and April Jacobs in the center of a family photo with their children and grandchildren.

Our nation and our state are at a crossroads for the future of our
Constitutional Republic. Every day our liberties and safety are being
threatened by the ideas and actions of the leftists.

I have been faithfully constant in standing and defending our God-given freedoms. I am not a politician but a man who believes in God, Family and Country. I am the only candidate in this race who is 100% pro-life and honestly believe in upholding the oath of office, defending the Constitution and Bill of Rights of the state of Kansas.

I’m the only one who will defend our 2nd Amendment rights. I wholeheartedly believe we must fully fund and support our police departments for our communities’ safety and protection.

I am the only person in this race who is not for bigger, more expensive government programs and promises. I’m the only one in
this race who believes that quality education, not costly education, should be a choice. I am also the only one who has the proven record on voting “no” against higher taxes. I am the only one in this race who truly believes in standing for Biblical traditional values that have made this nation and state so great.

I have the endorsements of Kansans for Life, Family Policy Alliance of Kansas, an “A” rating with the NRA and the endorsement of the Kansas State Rifle Association. Kansas Livestock Association, Kansas Farm Bureau, Kansas Agribusiness Council, Kansas Grain and Feed Association, Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association, Kansas Cooperative Council, Americans for Prosperity, Kansas Association of Realtors, Kansas Automobile Dealers Association, Kansas Chamber, National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB).

As the proven Constitutional Conservative; I am for limited government, limited taxes, and for holding the government accountable to “We the People”. We must stand together to retain our liberties and our rights to self govern without the intrusion and overreach of the government.

“Let’s stand together for what is right.”

Trevor Jacobs
District 4
Kansas State Representative

Paid for by Trevor Jacobs for Kansas House April Jacobs Treasurer

AD: Nancy Ingle for Kansas Senate Dist. 13

(click to watch video on youtube)

“I will always put SE Kansas FIRST!
Our communities deserve the best schools for our children, safe highways, access to quality, affordable healthcare, and economic development.”

  • Born & raised in Southeast Kansas
  • Graduate of Pittsburg High School
  • Graduate of Kansas State Teachers College, now Pittsburg State
  • Law degree from Washburn University
  • Former assistant county attorney in the Crawford County Attorney’s office
  • Former assistant of policy for Governor John Carlin
  • Dedicated 20 years of career to protecting the rights and medical care of patients of clinical trials

Please contact me if you have questions:
Email: Ingle4StateSenate@gmail.com
Facebook: Nancy Ingle for State Senate

Paid for by Ingle for State Senate, Steve Langerot, Treasurer.

AD: Vote Republican

Donald J. Trump, United States President

Kansas

Dr. Roger Marshall, United States Senate

Jacob LaTurner, United States House of Representatives, District #2

Richard Hilderbrand, Kansas State Senator, District #13

Caryn Tyson, Kansas State Senator, District #12

Kenneth Collins, Kansas House of Representatives, District #2

Trevor Jacobs, Kansas House of Representatives, District #4

 

Bourbon County

Clifton Beth, County Commissioner, District 3

Jim Harris, County Commissioner, District 2

Kendell Mason, County Clerk

Patty Love, County Treasurer

Lora Holdridge, County Register of Deeds

Jacqie Spradling, County Attorney

Bill Martin, County Sheriff

Paid for by Bourbon County Republican Committee, Nancy VanEtten, Treasurer.

AD: Lynn Grant For Kansas Representative District 2

Lynn Grant. Submitted photo.

 

Lynn D. Grant, the longtime city councilor and widow of 10-term Kansas legislator Bob Grant, is running for her late husband’s seat representing Kansas State House District 2.

Kansas State House of Representatives District 2 includes most of Crawford County, the eastern 1/3 of Allen and Neosho Counties, and a small portion of SW Bourbon County.

“I have been involved in the community that is SEK for over 50 years,” said Grant, who was born in Overland Park, but moved southeast to attend Pittsburg State University and never left. “This is my home. Now I hope to honor Bob’s legacy by representing the constituents of the second district in Topeka.”

Here are the key issues, Grant said:

Transportation   Good highways, bridges, and railways are essential to not only the safety of Kansans, but to the positive economic development needed in Southeast Kansas. Locally, US 69 must always be a top priority and Highway 7 north of Girard needs critical attention.

Jobs/economy    In order to attract businesses that will create full time, good-paying jobs, I will support efforts to establish responsible tax policies and to protect education and infrastructure.

Public Education    I am passionate about the Legislature supporting public education. That begins with fair funding of early childhood through post-secondary education, be it technical, trade, or higher education, so all students have endless possibilities for their future. A good education is the cornerstone of a good society. It is also the best investment we can make for the good of our communities.

Local government control    Representatives to local government know our needs, priorities and are elected by the people in their community. I object to the current trend of the state making decisions for local governments and handing down mandates that adversely affect the ability of local governments to do their jobs.

Health Care   I believe that all Kansans deserve affordable health care.  I will fight the tax policies and callous decisions that have contributed to lack of adequate treatment and facilities for those who undergo any kind of illness. Expansion of Medicaid MUST be on the table in the next Legislative session. We are judged by the way we treat our most vulnerable.

Higher Ed   Kansas must support the institutions that allow students to pursue a college education. Post-secondary education enables people to learn and follow a path to a productive life no matter what course of study they choose. These institutions are drivers in economical benefits for their communities through employment and the services required for students.

Judiciary   There are three, separate, independent branches of government because those checks and balances are essential to maintaining a system that is of, by and for the people.

Food Insecurity   With the decline of our small towns and their grocery stores, Kansas is beginning to experience “food deserts.” This doesn’t mean the food is not available, but that healthy food is increasingly hard to get. The United States Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as “limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods . . .”

People are getting fed but not in a way that contributes to overall good health.

We need to examine ways to rectify that to protect people of all ages in our communities.

 

* I respect all life from the preborn to those making end of life decisions. Health care, care for women before and after giving birth, education, fighting poverty, providing safe homes for foster children, taking care of our seniors, respecting the dignity of all. This is all pro-life.

*I respect the 2nd Amendment and have never considered taking away guns as an option. I have always supported reasonable, safe  gun ownership.

Lynn Grant. Submitted photo.

Paid for by Grant for Kansas, Becky Messinger, Treasurer

 

AD: Nancy Ingle for Kansas Senate Dist. 13

(click to watch video on youtube)

“I will always put SE Kansas FIRST!
Our communities deserve the best schools for our children, safe highways, access to quality, affordable healthcare, and economic development.”

  • Born & raised in Southeast Kansas
  • Graduate of Pittsburg High School
  • Graduate of Kansas State Teachers College, now Pittsburg State
  • Law degree from Washburn University
  • Former assistant county attorney in the Crawford County Attorney’s office
  • Former assistant of policy for Governor John Carlin
  • Dedicated 20 years of career to protecting the rights and medical care of patients of clinical trials

Please contact me if you have questions:
Email: Ingle4StateSenate@gmail.com
Facebook: Nancy Ingle for State Senate

Paid for by Ingle for State Senate, Steve Langerot, Treasurer.

AD: Lynn Grant For Kansas Representative District 2

Lynn Grant. Submitted photo.

 

Lynn D. Grant, the longtime city councilor and widow of 10-term Kansas legislator Bob Grant, is running for her late husband’s seat representing Kansas State House District 2.

Kansas State House of Representatives District 2 includes most of Crawford County, the eastern 1/3 of Allen and Neosho Counties, and a small portion of SW Bourbon County.

“I have been involved in the community that is SEK for over 50 years,” said Grant, who was born in Overland Park, but moved southeast to attend Pittsburg State University and never left. “This is my home. Now I hope to honor Bob’s legacy by representing the constituents of the second district in Topeka.”

Here are the key issues, Grant said:

Transportation   Good highways, bridges and railways are essential to not only the safety of Kansans, but to the positive economic development needed in Southeast Kansas. Locally, US 69 must always be a top priority and Highway 7 north of Girard needs critical attention.

Jobs/economy    In order to attract businesses that will create full time, good paying jobs, I will support efforts to establish responsible tax policies and to protect education and infrastructure.

Public Education    I am passionate about the Legislature supporting public education. That begins with fair funding of early childhood through post-secondary education, be it technical, trade or higher education, so all students have endless possibilities for their future. Good education is the cornerstone for a good society. It is also the best investment we can make for the good of our communities.

Local government control    Representatives to local government know our needs, priorities and are elected by the people in their community. I object to the current trend of the state making decisions for local governments and handing down mandates that adversely affect the ability of local governments to do their jobs.

Health Care   I believe that all Kansans deserve affordable health care.  I will fight the tax policies and callous decisions that have contributed to lack of adequate treatment and facilities for those who undergo any kind of illness. Expansion of Medicaid MUST be on the table in the next Legislative session. We are judged by the way we treat our most vulnerable.

Higher Ed   Kansas must support the institutions that allow students to pursue a college education. Post-secondary education enables people to learn and follow a path to a productive life no matter what course of study they choose. These institutions are drivers in economical benefits for their communities through employment and the services required for students.

Judiciary   There are three, separate, independent branches of government because those checks and balances are essential to maintaining a system that is of, by and for the people.

Food Insecurity   With the decline of our small towns and their grocery stores, Kansas is beginning to experience “food deserts.” This doesn’t mean the food is not available, but that healthy food is increasingly hard to get. The United States Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as “limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods . . .”

People are getting fed but not in a way that contributes to overall good health.

We need to examine ways to rectify that to protect people of all ages in our communities.

 

* I respect all life from the preborn to those making end of life decisions. Health care, care for women before and after giving birth, education, fighting poverty, providing safe homes for foster children, taking care of our seniors, respecting the dignity of all. This is all pro-life.

*I respect the 2nd Amendment and have never considered taking away guns as an option. I have always supported reasonable, safe  gun ownership.

Lynn Grant. Submitted photo.

Paid for by Grant for Kansas, Becky Messinger, Treasurer

 

AD: Nancy Ingle for Kansas Senate Dist. 13

(click to watch video on youtube)

“I will always put SE Kansas FIRST!
Our communities deserve the best schools for our children, safe highways, access to quality, affordable healthcare, and economic development.”

  • Born & raised in Southeast Kansas
  • Graduate of Pittsburg High School
  • Graduate of Kansas State Teachers College, now Pittsburg State
  • Law degree from Washburn University
  • Former assistant county attorney in the Crawford County Attorney’s office
  • Former assistant of policy for Governor John Carlin
  • Dedicated 20 years of career to protecting the rights and medical care of patients of clinical trials

Please contact me if you have questions:
Email: Ingle4StateSenate@gmail.com
Facebook: Nancy Ingle for State Senate

Paid for by Ingle for State Senate, Steve Langerot, Treasurer.

AD: Lynn Grant For Kansas Representative District 2

Lynn Grant. Submitted photo.

Lynn Grant. Submitted photo.

Lynn D. Grant, the longtime city councilor and widow of 10-term Kansas legislator Bob Grant, is running for her late husband’s seat representing Kansas State House District 2.

Kansas State House of Representatives District 2 includes most of Crawford County, the eastern 1/3 of Allen and Neosho Counties, and a small portion of SW Bourbon County.

“I have been involved in the community that is SEK for over 50 years,” said Grant, who was born in Overland Park, but moved southeast to attend Pittsburg State University and never left. “This is my home. Now I hope to honor Bob’s legacy by representing the constituents of the second district in Topeka.”

Here are the key issues, Grant said:

Transportation   Good highways, bridges and railways are essential to not only the safety of Kansans, but to the positive economic development needed in Southeast Kansas. Locally, US 69 must always be a top priority and Highway 7 north of Girard needs critical attention.

Jobs/economy    In order to attract businesses that will create full time, good paying jobs, I will support efforts to establish responsible tax policies and to protect education and infrastructure.

Public Education    I am passionate about the Legislature supporting public education. That begins with fair funding of early childhood through post-secondary education, be it technical, trade or higher education, so all students have endless possibilities for their future. Good education is the cornerstone for a good society. It is also the best investment we can make for the good of our communities.

Local government control    Representatives to local government know our needs, priorities and are elected by the people in their community. I object to the current trend of the state making decisions for local governments and handing down mandates that adversely affect the ability of local governments to do their jobs.

Health Care   I believe that all Kansans deserve affordable health care.  I will fight the tax policies and callous decisions that have contributed to lack of adequate treatment and facilities for those who undergo any kind of illness. Expansion of Medicaid MUST be on the table in the next Legislative session. We are judged by the way we treat our most vulnerable.

Higher Ed   Kansas must support the institutions that allow students to pursue a college education. Post-secondary education enables people to learn and follow a path to a productive life no matter what course of study they choose. These institutions are drivers in economical benefits for their communities through employment and the services required for students.

Judiciary   There are three, separate, independent branches of government because those checks and balances are essential to maintaining a system that is of, by and for the people.

Food Insecurity   With the decline of our small towns and their grocery stores, Kansas is beginning to experience “food deserts.” This doesn’t mean the food is not available, but that healthy food is increasingly hard to get. The United States Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as “limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods . . .”

People are getting fed but not in a way that contributes to overall good health.

We need to examine ways to rectify that to protect people of all ages in our communities.

 

* I respect all life from the preborn to those making end of life decisions. Health care, care for women before and after giving birth, education, fighting poverty, providing safe homes for foster children, taking care of our seniors, respecting the dignity of all. This is all pro-life.

*I respect the 2nd Amendment and have never considered taking away guns as an option. I have always supported reasonable, safe  gun ownership.

Lynn Grant. Submitted photo.

Paid for by Grant for Kansas, Becky Messinger, Treasurer

 

AD: Vote Republican

Donald J. Trump, United States President

Kansas

Dr. Roger Marshall, United States Senate

Jacob LaTurner, United States House of Representatives, District #2

Richard Hilderbrand, Kansas State Senator, District #13

Caryn Tyson, Kansas State Senator, District #12

Kenneth Collins, Kansas House of Representatives, District #2

Trevor Jacobs, Kansas House of Representatives, District #4

 

Bourbon County

Clifton Beth, County Commissioner, District 3

Jim Harris, County Commissioner, District 2

Kendell Mason, County Clerk

Patty Love, County Treasurer

Lora Holdridge, County Register of Deeds

Jacqie Spradling, County Attorney

Bill Martin, County Sheriff

Paid for by Bourbon County Republican Central Committee, Nancy VanEtten, Treasurer.

AD: Nancy Ingle For Kansas Senate Dist. 13

(click to watch video on youtube)

“I will always put SE Kansas FIRST!
Our communities deserve the best schools for our children, safe highways, access to quality, affordable healthcare, and economic development.”

  • Born & raised in Southeast Kansas
  • Graduate of Pittsburg High School
  • Graduate of Kansas State Teachers College, now Pittsburg State
  • Law degree from Washburn University
  • Former assistant county attorney in the Crawford County Attorney’s office
  • Former assistant of policy for Governor John Carlin
  • Dedicated 20 years of career to protecting the rights and medical care of patients of clinical trials

Please contact me if you have questions:
Email: Ingle4StateSenate@gmail.com
Facebook: Nancy Ingle for State Senate

Paid for by Ingle for State Senate, Steve Langerot, Treasurer.