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Ken Cannon

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Kenneth W. Cannon
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Former candidate for
Governor of Kansas
PartyReform Party
Ken Cannon was the 2010 Reform Party candidate for Governor of Kansas.

Elections

2010

See also: Kansas gubernatorial election, 2010 and Gubernatorial elections, 2010

Cannon faced Tom Holland (D), Sam Brownback (R), and Andrew P. Gray (L) in the general election on November 2, 2010. Brownback won the election.[1]


Oct. 7, 2010 debate

In the gubernatorial debate on October 7, 2010 on KWCH all four candidates for Kansas governor said they’re against the statewide smoking ban and the hypocrisy of exempting the state-owned casinos from the ban.

Cannon said:

Once again, we believe in right-sizing government. We know that if we right-size government it will not be over regulating small business people. Consequently I agree with Mr. Gray. I don’t believe that government needs to be involved in those situations. That should a local decision by that business owner. I’m a non-smoker, however again I think that‘s a decision that belongs with that small business owner and does not belong and should not be regulated by the state of Kansas.[2]

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The Internet Archive's Wayback Machine was used to recall this version of the website from September 20, 2010.


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