Larry Meeker resigned last week as chairman of the Kansas Democratic Party after suggesting the party needed to think more like its rivals to win, but columnist Dave Helling writes that the first job for Democrats trying to rebuild their party isn’t becoming Republican. It’s finding a way to become relevant.
Larry Meeker resigned last week as chairman of the Kansas Democratic Party after suggesting the party needed to think more like its rivals to win, but columnist Dave Helling writes that the first job for Democrats trying to rebuild their party isn’t becoming Republican. It’s finding a way to become relevant. File photo by JOHN HANNA The Associated Press
Larry Meeker resigned last week as chairman of the Kansas Democratic Party after suggesting the party needed to think more like its rivals to win, but columnist Dave Helling writes that the first job for Democrats trying to rebuild their party isn’t becoming Republican. It’s finding a way to become relevant. File photo by JOHN HANNA The Associated Press

Dave Helling: Kansas Democrats need to be bolder, not Meeker

August 24, 2015 12:06 PM

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