Last minute GOTV Gala Details!

 

We're only a day away from the Get Out The Vote Gala! Please review the following details, including important safety information. If you purchased a table or multiple tickets, please share this information with all of your guests.

Thank you for supporting The Voter Network's integrated voter engagement efforts in Kansas. I look forward to celebrating with you in-person on Tuesday!

Michael Poppa
Executive Director

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The Real Government Overreach on COVID-19

Last week, Republican state legislators continued to misdirect what should be a war against COVID to a war on any government attempt to stop the spread of a deadly disease. The Legislative Coordinating Committee (LCC) is forming an 11-member special committee - the Special Committee on Government Overreach and Impact of COVID-19 Mandates - to investigate how Kansas can legally weaken or oppose federal and local mandates on vaccines and masks meant to keep employees, students, and vulnerable Kansans safe.

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Have you saved your spot for our GOTV Gala?

Have you purchased your tickets to our GOTV Gala?

We're limiting in-person attendance, so it's important to get your tickets now to reserve your spot. You won't want to miss our featured guest, Academy Award winner Kevin Willmott. Prefer to attend virtually? We're offering you that option, too. More details on virtual tickets coming soon, but tickets can be purchased today.

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2021 Primary Election, Redistricting & GOTV Gala

What are we watching this week?

It's all about the election tomorrow and the redistricting town halls that begin on Aug 9. But we're also keeping an eye on rising COVID numbers in Kansas; the Governor's and local officials response, mask mandates and the polarized decisions that local school boards are grappling with as kids head back to school (made more difficult due to the ksleg). We're watching and will keep you up-to-date throughout the week with the latest

 

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Be of Good Cheer: Remembering Dr. Robert Meneilly

Let it be made clear from the outset that this is a sermon on religion, not politics. What is good about religion is good for the republic, and good about a republic is good for religion. However, we believe fervently in the American way, which stands for the separation of religion and state. 

To love our neighbors as ourselves requires tolerance, but it also requires looking out for the best ultimate welfare of both state and church. It means being humble, not self-righteous.

– Dr. Robert Meneilly

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It's Time We Come Together to Talk About Critical Race Theory

I am not an expert in Critical Race Theory (CRT), or the complex ways that race has impacted our history and communities. Instead, I consider myself an informed citizen who engages with difficult conversations by listening and seeking perspectives from those who are more knowledgeable than I am. 

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Mainstream Coalition Stands Against Antisemitism

Mainstream Coalition stands against ideological and religious extremism in all of its forms. Beginning with our bipartisan and interfaith founders, we embrace the meeting of diverse minds, experiences, and religions as we work together to respect the rights, beliefs, and freedoms of all Kansans. 

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2021 Voting Scorecard

This is the Mainstream Coalition's Voting Scorecard for the 2021 Kansas Legislative Session, for all 165 members of the Kansas Legislature.

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Kansas defeats discriminatory bill, but other vetoes overridden

In today's legislative session, the Kansas Legislature voted to override the vetoes Kansas Governor Kelly made last week. But it wasn't all bad news.

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Kansas Leaders Ask Legislators to Keep Kansas Open

The Mainstream Coalition has come together with a wide collection of economic, faith, education, and advocacy leaders to urge Kansas lawmakers to reject legislation that would harm children and families, make elections more difficult, and cast Kansas in a poor light for economic investment.

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