Dave Helling writes: Running as an independent for a U.S. Senate seat from Kansas, Olathe businessman Greg Orman faces long odds, but not impossible ones. Orman’s first task — getting on the Nov. 4 ballot — is relatively easy. Then the campaign gets a lot harder.
Dave Helling writes: Running as an independent for a U.S. Senate seat from Kansas, Olathe businessman Greg Orman faces long odds, but not impossible ones. Orman’s first task — getting on the Nov. 4 ballot — is relatively easy. Then the campaign gets a lot harder. File photo by TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Dave Helling writes: Running as an independent for a U.S. Senate seat from Kansas, Olathe businessman Greg Orman faces long odds, but not impossible ones. Orman’s first task — getting on the Nov. 4 ballot — is relatively easy. Then the campaign gets a lot harder. File photo by TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

Dave Helling: Independent candidate Greg Orman dreams big in Kansas race for U.S. Senate

July 07, 2014 04:05 PM

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