Can More 'Forceful' Kansas MAGA Dude Take Back Johnson County

It sounds sexy but unlikely . . . There are simply too many progressive white ladies who are far too accustomed to disappointment from conservatives dudes. 

Moreover . . . A promise is not a plan or a strategy. 

From the cheap seats this looks like just another hope that mean tweets will make the difference. 

Here's more reporting . . .

Mike Brown portrayed himself as a forceful outsider taking on the Republican Party’s establishment. He lobbied for the leadership post saying the party needed a change after recent losses in the governor and 3rd Congressional District races to Democrats Laura Kelly and Sharice Davids.

He vowed that won’t happen again.

“We’re going to get the governor’s seat back,” Brown said. “We’re going to get CD-3 back. And we’re going to get control of this mess.”

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Big losses in November fuel a Kansas Republican Party changeover in February

TOPEKA, Kansas - Spurred on by frustrations over losing high-profile races to Democrats, Kansas Republicans on Saturday picked an aggressive conservative to lead the party into the 2024 election cycle. Party officials elected Mike Brown, a former Johnson County commissioner, to party chair during the Republican state convention.