Wednesday, February 6, 2008

The ultimate in outreach

Nancy Boyda will once again file for Congress by petition- something she did in 2004, and was the first person to file by petition for Congress in Kansas in longer than anyone could remember.

(Sorry for no updates for a last couple days....caucusing and all...we'll have more on everyone's FEC reports later today).

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Will she and her campaign volunteers be at the Republican caucuses on Saturday or does she only care about what Democrats are concerned about?

She won't get re-elected without getting the support of many Republicans.

Anonymous said...

only registered democrats can sign the petition.

stillwaters said...

I didn't see her petition at my caucus site. Is there a way to sign it online? Or some other way?

Anonymous said...

So in this case independents don't matter?

stillwaters said...

To those questioning Boyda's petition drive:

She is running as the Democratic candidate in the KS-02 district. Why would she require Republicans to sign a petition like this? Think of it as a closed primary/caucus.

Anonymous said...

You have to actually sign the petition in person. You have to be a registered Democrat, and you have to live in the 2nd Congressional District of Kansas.

In this instance, you must be a Democrat to participate, because she's filing for the Democratic Party primary.

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