Here are excerpts from Brownback’s victory speech he gave to an enthusiastic Republican audience:
“No more Obama-way. Now to a Kansas way. Our way is holding down taxes, holding down regulations, controlling spending. That’s our route. That’s the route we’re going to move America and Kansas forward.”
“Dr. Colyer and I put forward a ‘road map for Kansas’. You may be familiar with that statement. We put a lot of miles behind that. It’s a plan for the future. A plan for this state — to grow this state that we love and believe in so much. It’s a plan to grow our economy. It’s a plan to create private sector jobs. It’s a plan to excel in education. It’s a plan to support our families. It’s a plan to move forward.”
“We campaigned on the road map. We won on the road map. We will govern on the road map.”
“It’s a difficult time for many Kansas families. Jobs are scarce. The future is uncertain. Jeff and I promise you an energetic administration focused on what’s best for the people of Kansas, with a government serving the people, not the other way around.” …
“Together let us not be bitter for our circumstances, but let us be better for our future. …”
“We still believe in American exceptionalism. That this is a special place. And if America is a special place and a special country, then Kansas is the heart of it.”
View speeches from the other Republicans in Topeka winning elected office:
Lt. Gov. Elect Jeff Colyer
Prior to the election party in Topeka, Kansas Senator Jeff Colyer addressed a Republican audience in Overland Park as the polls closed.
U.S. Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins (re-elected)
Secretary of State Elect Kris Kobach
Treasurer Elect Ron Estes
Attorney General Elect Derek Schmidt
After Schmidt’s comments, Kansas Watchdog arrived at the Kansas Democrats’ post-election party in Topeka at 11:30. No one was there for comments about the Democrat’s perspective of the election results.
- Brownback, Schmidt, Praeger, Kobach and Estes Bring Republican Leadership To Kansas In Statewide Races, State of the State KS, Nov. 3, 2010.
- Kansas ushers in Republicans to all statewide offices, Kansas Reporter, Nov. 3, 2010.
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