Mary Sanchez writes: Greg Orman, the independent candidate for U.S. Senate in Kansas, hopes to avoid the partisan politics clogging progress in Washington. For Orman to be elected — or for any candidate who wants to step away from strident name-calling and partisanship — voters will have to stop falling for easy spin.
Mary Sanchez writes: Greg Orman, the independent candidate for U.S. Senate in Kansas, hopes to avoid the partisan politics clogging progress in Washington. For Orman to be elected — or for any candidate who wants to step away from strident name-calling and partisanship — voters will have to stop falling for easy spin. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD
Mary Sanchez writes: Greg Orman, the independent candidate for U.S. Senate in Kansas, hopes to avoid the partisan politics clogging progress in Washington. For Orman to be elected — or for any candidate who wants to step away from strident name-calling and partisanship — voters will have to stop falling for easy spin. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD

Greg Orman looks for a businesslike, not partisan, approach to the U.S. Senate

September 09, 2014 07:56 PM