"I will tell the people what's going on at the statehouse. I'm going to treat the capitol as a borderline crime scene. ... If businesses don't have to pay taxes, the burden should not be on those trying to feed themselves." - The Valley Falls Vindicator & Oskaloosa Independent, March 3, 2016.

Across Kansas the top 1% are looting and on-the-loose, pitting us against each other. Communities in Jefferson County need to democratically prepare themselves for food and energy autonomy.

- MICHAEL CADDELL, Publisher

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

The first time my "official" mailing address has been printed in public. Keep those cards, letters and checks coming! Thank you so much.

Written campaign field reports to follow soon. Stay tuned, catch those links!

This "Report" appeared as a two column by 6 inch political announcement in both the Valley Falls Vindicator and the Oskaloosa Independent April 14, 2016. It costs approximately $90 to have it appear at that size. People who donate toward this campaign should know that I take the "Think Local" seriously and spend their funds accordingly. I want to present a "Border-line Crime Scene Report" each week in these country weekly newspapers. 

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