Election integrity has become a topic in all 50 states, including Kansas. That’s led to a major conference and public forum to be held in the Sunflower State in June with national figures attending.
The Kansas Election Integrity Forum will be held Monday, June 2oth at the Embassy Suites Conference Center at 10401 S. Ridgeview Rd., Olathe. This event is sponsored by Conservatives for Election Integrity, the Liberty Lions League and The Daily 302 podcast.
This all-day event, which runs 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., is part of a series of election integrity forums and ad hoc hearings being held across the country to allow subject matter experts to update citizens on election integrity issues and give citizens the opportunity to voice their concerns.
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The forums will also provide an opportunity for elected officials and individuals involved in 2020 election investigations to offer solutions to secure elections in the future, including discussions on new legislation that may be necessary to address vulnerabilities in current election law. The Forum will also provide attendees the opportunity to get involved in various volunteer roles to help ensure free and fair elections in the coming Mid-Term November Election.
Featured panelists will include internationally acclaimed foreign correspondent Lara Logan, (panel moderator), Kansas State Senators Mark Steffen and Mike Thompson, former JOCO Commissioner Mike Brown, Conservatives for Election Integrity principal Mark Cook, and Liberty Lions investigator Thad Snider. The panel will discuss election integrity issues and irregularities in Kansas and possible remedies. Kansas constituents will have the opportunity to interact with panelists in an open forum environment. Presentations will also be made on election issues by Liberty Lions founder Lt. Col. Greg Shuey, USAF (Ret) and Liberty Lion and former paralegal Vicki Kline.
Afternoon guest speakers will include Logan, Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne, Joe Flynn from The American Project, and Johnson County Sheriff Calvin Hayden. Subject matter experts on election irregularities will be featured as well. Guest appearances by remote live video will be made by Arizona House Rep. Mark Finchem and Mesa County, Colorado County Clerk Tina Peters.
Reservations may be made at ACCFEI.org. Driver’s License will be required at the door. Security will be on hand the entire day.
Breakfast will be provided along with coffee, tea and water throughout the day.
For questions contact Greg Shuey at Leo@LibertyLionsLeague.com