Monday, February 11, 2008

Kansas Caucus

This weekend I went to the Kansas Republican caucus. It was my first time at a caucus and was interesting overall. A caucus differs from a primary election in that everyone voting comes together then listens to speakers promoting each candidate. After politicking and electioneering, each person casts their vote. There were tons of people at the site I went to in Overland Park, Kansas. The candidates with the most visible supporters were Mike Huckabee and Ron Paul. People had all kinds of signs, shirts, stickers, and paraphernalia promoting their candidate.

This was also an assignment I completed for the Community Faces section of the Kansas City Star's online website As a service to Wisdom of Dre readers, a section in the column to the right has been added which provides links to the most recent photography assignements. Be sure to check them out and if for some reason you're interested in purchasing a picture for the low low price of $2.50, please do so. I'll get a massive paycheck of $0.63 per picture downloaded and purchased.

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