Non-stop, well-funded, nonprofit progressive activism is the “new normal” in Kansas elections (

The Voter Network, “peer pressure with a purpose,” has huge funding from non-profit health foundations

Progressive nonprofits are steering Kansas elections in ways unknown to most, which includes “year-round civic engagement.”

The two main projects of the Voter Network are and Voter-to-Voter.

Progressives can register to vote using the online site (also known as Blueprint Kansas), but information about candidates is needed before voting. fills that “gap.”

Mainstream’s “Be a Voter” initiative was renamed to “Voter-to-Voter” to use peer-to-peer contacts to encourage voting.

The web site is frank about its intent: “Peer Pressure with a Purpose”



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