Kansas Democratic Party believes government is at its best when it operates in the spirit of cooperation and compromise, rather than partisanship and enmity. We believe what brings us together is far stronger than what might pull us apart. We seek to protect the freedom of the individual, while working together to actively contribute to the vibrancy and vitality of our communities.
We believe that government has a responsibility to promote policies that provide economic and social justice, a clean environment and safe workplaces. In short, we believe that government has a responsibility to improve the human condition.
Kansas Democrats are committed to putting the people of Kansas first by promoting the values and policies that advance the common good for all Kansans, through:
- sensible leadership and sound, pragmatic decision-making;
- fairness in our policies;
- investments in our children, our families, and our communities;
- expanded opportunities for every resident of our state.
Our core values call on all Kansans to work together to make our state an outstanding place to live, work, and raise a family.
Kansas Democrats believe that, to express the democratic will of the people of Kansas, our government should encourage, enable, and facilitate the active participation in the political process of all people regardless of their race, color, age, physical abilities, economic status, religion, creed, sex, national origin, ethnicity, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
The Kansas Democratic Party asks the people of Kansas to examine our traditions of leadership, of upholding of core Kansas values, and of promoting expanded opportunities for every Kansan, and to then join us in moving our state forward to an even brighter tomorrow. – KDP site
110th Washington Days 2017
We are looking forward to continuing to build upon our grassroots organization and put our energy towards preparing for the 2016 elections.
February 26th and 27th
420 SE 6th Ave, Topeka, KS 66607
The Honorable Dan Glickman and Governor Kathleen Sebelius, the 21st US Secretary of Health and Human Services, are the speakers for our Saturday evening banquet, and you will not want to miss it.
501 SE Jefferson St, Suite 30
Topeka, KS 66607