In this episode, an interview with Chris Clemmons, a member of the Congressional Dish family who ran for the House of Representatives in Kansas’ 2nd district. In this episode, we discuss the experience of running for Federal office, the election results, and begin to brainstorm how to win without corporate cash in 2016.
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Information Presented in This Episode
Chris Clemmons is running for Congress in Kansas’ 3rd district in 2016:
Chris ran against and was defeated by Rep. Lynn Jenkins:
- Lynn Jenkins took over $2.5 million in campaign contributions.
- Kansas’ 2nd district election results.
Chris will be running against Rep. Kevin Yoder in 2016.
- Kevin Yoder proudly inserted the bill written by Citigroup, which allows banks to gamble with our deposits on risk using “swaps”, into the 2015 “CRomnibus” budget, which was signed into law.
Music Presented in This Episode
- Intro & Exit: Tired of Being Lied To by David Ippolito (found on Music Alley by mevio)
- Have You Had Enough? by rotflmao (found on Music Alley by mevio)
- Step Up by Dona Oxford (found on Music Alley by mevio)
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