Congressional Candidate Tracey Mann To Be At Billy’s
KSCB News - March 30, 2010 12:00 am
Tracey Mann, Republican candidate for Congress in Kansas’ First Congressional District, will be in Liberal on Friday as part of his five day, 22 county “Mann Plan” campaign tour. The Mann Plan details what Tracey will work to do in order to get Washington and our country back on track and also describes why he is the best candidate in the August 3
Republican Primary. Issues such as healthcare, the federal deficit and national debt, the economy, agriculture,
economic development, and jobs will all be discussed. He also welcomes input and feedback about the Mann Plan.
“This tour is not be about rhetoric, but rather definitive steps that need to be taken to repeal and replace Obamacare, reduce spending without compromising our quality of life, decrease the overall size of government, and cut regulations and red tape for our farmers and businesses, ” said Mann.
The Mann Plan will not simply identify problems, but rather, will introduce solutions.
“I am a businessman with an agriculture background, not a politician. We have serious problems and need new ideas and new answers. The last thing we need to do is send another politician to Congress,” said Mann.
Tracey also said that healthcare is only one of the many issues that need to be addressed, “We need to elect
someone who listens to constituents, knows how to grow the economy, and will stand up for life, defend the 2nd Amendment and traditional marriage, and has business, not political experience to represent the Big First.”
Tracey Mann will be at Billy’s Blue Duck BBQ, 44 D Village Plaza, on Friday from 11:45am-12:45pm to meet with voters, share the Mann Plan, and listen to the concerns of Kansans.
Tracey is the 5th generation to be raised on the family farm in Quinter. He served as Congressman Jerry Moran’s first
intern in Washington and also as Student Body President at K-State. Tracey and his wife, Audrey, live in Salina, where he is a commercial real estate agent. Tracey has deeps roots in Kansas, not politics.