TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! KCK MAYORAL CANDIDATE ANN MURGUIA LINES UP IMPRESSIVE LIST OF ENDORSEMENTS!!!
The other guy's campaign is hiding . . . Like it or not, Ann Murguia's campaign for KCK Mayor is picking up steam.
To wit . . .
TODAY THE MURGUIA FOR MAYOR CAMPAIGN RELEASED AN IMPRESSIVE AND EXTENSIVE LIST OF ENDORSEMENTS FOR HER KANSAS, CITY KANSAS MAYORAL CANDIDACY!!!
Murguia for Mayor Endorsement Announcement
Today we were grateful to be joined by our friends in labor, state, county, and municipal elected office as well as community activists from every corner of Wyandotte County. The message delivered was clear; Ann is the people’s choice for Mayor of Wyandotte County. Her ability to work, with federal, state and local officials from both parties is unmatched, but it is her proven track record of reaching out to business, labor unions, non-profit and private sector organizations as well as citizens will allow her to continue moving Wyandotte County forward. Ann is a leader who understands what it takes to develop our communities and get things done for the people she serves.
This is proven in the showing of support today from:
Former Mayoral candidate and 1st District UG Commissioner Nathan Barnes
In addition to fellow elected officials:
33rd District State Representative Tom Burroughs , 37th District State Representative Stan Frownfelter, Wyandotte County Sherriff Donald Ash, Former Mayor Joe Steineger, 4th District UG Commissioner Terrance Maddox, 5th District UG Commissioner Mike Kane, 6th District UG Commissioner Angela Markley, 8th District UG Commissioner Butch Ellison, Former State Senator Mark Gilstrap, Former UG Commissioner at-large Don DeSure, Former UG Commissioner at-large Mike Gilstrap, Former BPU Board Member Tom Lynch, Former State Representative and UG Commissioner, Elmer & Bonnie Sharp, Former UG Commissioner Vida Monday, Former Commissioner JJ “Doc” Swanson, Former UG Chief Legal Counsel Hal Walker, Bonner Springs Councilman Jack Knight, and Bonner Springs Councilman George Cooper.
As well as businesses and community activists:
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Bee Lee, Russell Wilson, Mary Ann Flunder, Ruby Jones, Roberto & Delia Marin, Dave & Millie Vega, Joy Beery, Alice Baslee, Carole Diehl, Lennis Adair, Maria Kline, Marilyn White, Tamika Pledger, Gary Wilson, James Connelly, Marcia Rupp, and Evelyn Larson.
And our friends in organized labor:
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 124, International Association of Firefighters Local 64, Tri-County Labor Council, Heavy Constructor Laborers Local 663, and Allied Trades, and Fraternal Order of Police 4.
Ann Murguia is the candidate with the skills and the visions to truly move the city and county forward. What is at stake in the election is more than just electing a new Mayor, but it is the opportunity to move Kansas City and Wyandotte County into the future by having a real plan to invest in smart economic development, improved infrastructure, stronger schools and local services, and increasing the opportunities and quality of life of all who live in the region. It’s about not only expanding on the success we’ve had, but having a legitimate plan for the future. Ann’s plan is centered on creating world class jobs, lower property taxes, economic development and new infrastructure.