Voters in the 113th District, which includes, Pratt, Stafford, and parts of several adjoining counties, have two distinct options in this year's Republican primary for Kansas House of Representatives. One, you may vote for Greg Lewis and move forward with the positive changes that came about after the state legislature put an end to the […]

Voters in the 113th District, which includes, Pratt, Stafford, and parts of several adjoining counties, have two distinct options in this year's Republican primary for Kansas House of Representatives.
One, you may vote for Greg Lewis and move forward with the positive changes that came about after the state legislature put an end to the failed Brownback experiment.
Two, you may vote for Greg's opponent and most likely undo some of those changes and return to the past.
Which option sounds better option to you?
Greg characterizes himself as a 'traditional, conservative Republican,' while portraying his opponent as 'ultra-conservative, far-right.'
Interestingly, Greg and his opponent know each other well and have attended church together in St. John for many years. The beauty of our country is that this is possible and that we can have differing opinions while still worshipping the same God.
'I'm running again to help continue the gains we've made in the last couple of years with ending the Brownback experiment and getting back on track,' said Greg.
One important issue for him is 'funding infrastructure,' which 'hasn't been funded adequately in the past.'
Schools and highways are also important issues for him.
'We've addressed schools. We're currently still sweeping funds from KDOT. We can't continue down that road,' he said.
For those registered Republican voters who remain undecided, Greg poses a simple question: 'Do you want to go back down the Brownback road and repeat the failures of the past or do you want to step up and take the state forward?'
For me, the answer to that question is easy, and I'll be voting for Greg in the August 7 Primary election.