This is what it's all about

On Saturday, we had over 500 people gather in downtown Overland Park for Walk the Vote, our event to kickstart the 2018 elections. That's right, more than year from the those elections, 500 people got up, got out, raised money and marched to keep the momentum going in Kansas. We could go on about how many people were there, and about how much money we raised, but that would bury the real story here.

The real story is this: The crowd was made up of Republicans and Democrats, elected legislators and candidates, activists and voters from all the parties. They marched together, made teams together, took pictures together, laughed and planned and looked ahead to 2018. Together.

Kansas is leading the way back to reasonable, bipartisan, effective government.

And the country is looking to us.

Here's more on how bipartisan collaboration is changing Kansas.

Here at MainStream, we are proud to have been fighting for policy over party for almost 25 years. In 2016, we helped propel the state back towards the center, and in 2018, we will finish the job. Thank you for coming along with us.

Here are a couple of pictures from our event, you can find more scattered around the internet, on our Facebook pageon twitter, and elsewhere.

Walk the vote shirt Vote socks Walk for change team Taking back Kansas team Crowd shot at Walk the Vote

Remember to do more than vote. Get informed. Get involved. Make a difference.

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