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EXCLUSIVE Podcast: Independent Businessman Greg Orman Takes on Both Parties in Run for Governor

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Author: 420 Times
Created: 27 March, 2018
Updated: 17 October, 2022
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This week on Deconstructed, T.J.’s guest is Greg Orman, an independent candidate for governor in Kansas.

Orman discusses how his business background makes him well-suited for governing and problem solving, his refusal to take PAC or special interest money, the breakdown Orman’s 5 key priorities, and the challenges of running as an independent candidate.

Greg Orman is an established businessman an entrepreneur. In 2014, he ran a strong race as an independent Senate candidate and presented a serious challenge to the incumbent. Orman co-founded the Common Sense Coalition to give a voice to those with moderate opinions. Orman’s book “A Declaration of Independents” chronicles his own journey to becoming a political independent.

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