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Ethan Randleas stands before the crowd at the assembly on October 19th. He is a libertarian running on a republican ticket. “Not a lot of people are going to agree with me, and I am okay with that.” Randleas said.

Ethan Randleas stands before the crowd at the assembly on October 19th. He is a libertarian running on a republican ticket. “Not a lot of people are going to agree with me, and I am okay with that.” Randleas said.

Leah Matthews

Leah Matthews

Ethan Randleas stands before the crowd at the assembly on October 19th. He is a libertarian running on a republican ticket. “Not a lot of people are going to agree with me, and I am okay with that.” Randleas said.

Ethan Randleas

Ethan Randleas is a Libertarian running on a Republican ticket.

“They call [my ideas] very ‘out there’,” Randleas said. “Not a lot of people are going to agree with me, and I am okay with that.”

According to the 2015 August Voter Registration, only 13,181 out of 1,705,537 people in Kansas are registered Libertarian. Because so few Kansans identify as a Libertarian, Randleas has devised strategies to win over voters from other parties.

 

Not a lot of people are going to agree with me, and I am okay with that.”

— Ethan Randleas

“You gotta start off with the premises that the government doesn’t do a lot of things correctly,” Randleas said.

Pointing out in what specific areas and industries the state government fails to provide for citizens is key to winning on election day according to Randleas.

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