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Independent Greg Orman Raises $600K without PACs, Personal Contributions

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Greg Orman, the independent candidate for U.S. Senate in Kansas, hit a major milestone on Wednesday by reaching the $600,000 mark in individual campaign contributions. This total does not include any PAC money (his campaign is not accepting any PAC money) or personal contributions from Mr. Orman.

This is an important milestone because it is showing the growing vitality and viability of independent campaigns in Kansas and nationwide.

“This is a remarkable fundraising effort for an independent candidate in such a short period of time. Greg’s message of fixing the mess in Washington through common-sense problem solving is clearly resonating with voters,” Orman’s campaign manager said.

He is also approaching the signature goal to qualify for the November ballot.

More information about the campaign can be found on the Greg Orman for U.S. Senate website, including a full biography, the issues Mr. Orman finds important, along with multimedia and press releases.

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