Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Visits Liberal

KSCB News - September 30, 2010 12:00 am

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Holland’s campaign brought him to Liberal Wednesday. Holland sat down with KSCB for an interview. He says as a business owner, he brings a fresh perspective to Topeka. “I’ve been in the legislature for eight years,” Holland said. “I’m a husband and a father and a small business owner and a candidate for governor. I’m running for governor because I believe our next governor needs to be a problem solver and business leader. My opponent, Senator Brownback, has been a career Washington politician for 16 years while I’ve been running a business, he’s been in Washington running more debt, gridlock, and partisanship. We have a lot of challenged here in Kansas and we won’t solve them by bringing Washington’s problems.”

Holland’s complete interview airs Monday at 9 a.m. on Talkradio 1270 and kscbnews.net during Live From Broadcast Square.

 

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