TOPEKA – The general public is going to get its first glimpse of Sen. Sam Brownback’s plan for Kansas’ future on Monday.
Brownback, the Republican gubernatorial candidate, will be discussing his “Road Map for Kansas” starting Monday at 10 a.m. at his Topeka campaign headquarters.
On Wednesday, Brownback and his running mate, state Sen. Jeff Colyer, R-Overland Park, are embarking on a four-day bus trip that will have them visiting 32 cities.
The pair are running against Democratic Sens. Tom Holland and Kelly Kultala, of Baldwin City and Kansas City, Kan., in the November election. Also in the race are Libertarians Andrew P. Gray and Stacey Davis, and Reform party candidates Ken Cannon and Dan Faubion.
The tour does not have a Wichita stop. It includes a stop in Maize at the Woodard Barn at 6:30 p.m. Friday billed as a family picnic fund-raiser with a suggested donation of $20 per family. It also stops in El Dorado at 9 a.m. Aug. 14 at the Butler County Courthouse.
Below is a schedule of the bus tour.