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By Jim Faris on June 30, 2009

Where are the Kansas Democrats for 2010? Everywhere I go I have this question asked of me and I have to ask it myself. 2008 saw an end to the promising Boyda presence in the 2nd Congressional District Seat, and Jim Slattery lost by a huge margin against long-time incumbent Pat Roberts. What did the Democrats learn from it?

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By Jim Faris on June 1, 2009

Well you've been sworn in... what comes next? This is part two of a two part piece that gives a perspective on what you might face when you are first elected to office.

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By Jim Faris on April 29, 2009

After being elected to office, I wanted to share some of my first moments on the Oskaloosa City Council with you all so some that are interested in running for such an office, they know a bit more of what they are getting into once they are in.

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By Jim Faris on March 31, 2009

Now that we're in the last week of city and school board elections, I want to run through some of the stuff that I have refreshed my mind about when it comes to campaigning for a local office.

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By Jim Faris on February 25, 2009

I was reading in the Oskaloosa Independent the other day when I came across a letter to the editor that I had to share. This is a perfect example of what you SHOULDN'T do when you are running for office, especially for a small town race like McLouth City Council.

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By Jim Faris on January 28, 2009

A call has sounded and President Obama leads the chorus for the next generation to find their way serve the country. Mayoral, city council, and school board elections in Kansas are now in full swing and there are two in the small town of Oskaloosa that have stood and asked to be counted for election.

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By Jim Faris on December 10, 2008

With the dust settling from the 2008 election season, Kansas Democrats are wondering what went wrong? Being dealt two heavy blows by the loss of candidates, Nancy Boyda and Jim Slattery for U.S.Congress and Senate, what are they seeing that may have caused this to happen in what seemed to be a major Democratic tsunami?

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