Petition to Missouri House of Representatives Todd Richardson, Gail McCann Beatty
Impeach Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens was indicted and booked Thursday on a felony invasion of privacy charge for taking a photograph of a nude bound woman. Audio was released claiming he had blackmailed her as this took place while he was running for governor.Governor Gretiens was elected after the public was bombarded with adds featuring him shooting over 100 rounds from an automatic weapon. In the light of recent school shootings this is especially disturbing. Eric Greitens and his senior staff use an app that deletes text messages after they’ve been read, raising concerns among transparency advocates. Greitens received a single $1.975 million "dark money" donation, money that in one day went from a generic nonprofit organization called American Policy Coalition Inc. to a generic federal super PAC called SEALS for Truth to Greitens' campaign fund — a complex paper shuffle that had no apparent purpose but to get around state disclosure rules and legally hide the origin of the money. Greitens this year was fined by state election officials for failing to disclose that his campaign obtained a donor list from The Mission Continues, the nonprofit group that ex-Navy SEAL Greitens founded for returning veterans before he entered politics.Eric Greitens is wrong for Missouri, and should be impeached. Since 2008, there have been no limits on political contributions in Missouri, leading to six- and seven-figure contributions becoming commonplace in some races. This had led to power abuse and fraud. Missouri should not be represented by a man who abuses women or makes violent displays with military grade weapons.Please sign this petition to urge the Missouri House of Representatives to take action.
Petition to The Democrats Of Kansas
Become the youngest (11) Governor of Kansas
I feel that us people have not been able to do things just because of their age (Ageisim). We have the right to become politicians. I have a dream, that one day people will be able to be part of politics, no matter what age they are. You should be able to run at the ages of 10, 50, or even 100!!! This is our future. Even if i do not win the race will have made my point known. Thank You
Petition to Filbert Ellis
Filbert for Governor of Kansas
Filbert cares about Kansas, which is why he wants to be the next governor of the great state of Kansas! Filbert promises bold, reflective leadership that will help bring Kansas into the forefront of the future. Kansas needs to implement a comprehensive plan that encompasses a successful education and economic growth. Filbert believes Kansas must create a new avenue to educate our children so that we are emboldening their brains from early development all the way through college. He also believes Kansas must create new job-training so that the good people of Kansas have relevant skills so that they can thrive in the new global economy. Finally, Filbert believes Kansas must evolve its currently criminal justice system. Kansas must move past its old, antiquated thoughts and move into the future so we can lead and be part of a greater whole.
Petition to Kathy Kennedy-Garrison
Supporters of Travis Allen
As a financial adviser for over two decades, Travis knows first hand how to make tough financial choices. The 13.3% income tax rate for California is the highest in the nation. Our state sales tax of 7.25% is also the highest in the nation – and when you factor in local taxes, sales tax in some cities can reach as high as 10%. If that wasn’t enough, California also pays among the highest gas taxes and highest car registration fees in the nation. We must repeal Jerry Brown’s gas tax and cut taxes for all Californians. Travis has been fighting for policies to keep criminals off of our streets and out of our neighborhoods. Keeping our citizens safe is the number one responsibility of government. In 2014, Jerry Brown and the California Democrats pushed and helped pass AB 109 – the “realignment” bill that released thousands of criminals from state prisons. Since then, crime has spiked – increasing by 7.6% in 2015 alone, and violent crimes have increased by double digits in major cities in 2016. California must re-establish our tough on crime policies that allow law enforcement to do their jobs and protect the victims of crimes, not the criminals. Travis introduced the Repeal the Gas Tax Initiative so Californians can vote to overturn Jerry Brown’s widely unpopular gas tax, and actually fix California’s roads and expand our highways with the money our state already has. Every year the average Californian spends up to 90 hours in traffic away from their families and their jobs. California has the revenues to fix traffic congestion. Let’s spend our existing tax revenue on desperately needed transportation infrastructure instead of California’s bloated government bureaucracy and high speed rail. Despite pouring tens of billions of dollars over many years into our public education, California’s public school system ranks among the bottom in the nation. Tragically, our public education system puts the interests of teachers’ unions and the highly paid school administrators ahead of our California students and their parents. Our children deserve better. They deserve safe schools where great teachers are rewarded and bad teachers are fired. That is why Travis has introduced pro-parent choice legislation every year in the Legislature to allow parents to choose what is best for their children’s education, not un-elected Sacramento bureaucrats. California needs more charter schools and greater school choice to truly educate our children. For the past three years, Jerry Brown and the California Democrats have been more interested in telling Californians how to kill their lawns, cut their showers, and fine their neighbors than actually fixing our broken water system in California. Their negligence directly caused the failure of Oroville Dam and the evacuation of 188,000 Californians, not to mention the wasting of all of the water conserved by Californians statewide between 2014 and 2017. California still has not spent $1 of the $7 Billion Water Bond issued in 2014 on water storage. California has more than enough water for the entire state, including the enormously productive Central Valley that has lacked water for years, and Southern California. Completing the State Water Project will preserve the Delta, and will supply Californians with abundant water through our inevitable droughts and floods. www.jointravisallen.com