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Group to show ‘Jimmy Carter: Rock and Roll President’
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The Women For Kansas - Barton County Chapter will show the new documentary, “Jimmy Carter: Rock and Roll President,” when it meets at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 18, at the Kansas Wetlands Education Center auditorium. The documentary has earned rave reviews from critics and viewers.

Members will also write postcards for the Indivisible project, encouraging individuals from all over Kansas to vote. They also have a list of newly registered Barton County voters to send postcards encouraging them to follow through and vote.

New attendees are always welcome. Women for Kansas, a non-partisan organization, focuses on encouraging moderate political policies. WFK is a grassroots initiative designed to energize and educate individuals and groups of women across the state for the purpose of advocating for moderate policies, providing knowledge and tools to engage in the political process. The group’s vision statement is to restore integrity, transparency, fiscal responsibility and balance to Kansas by electing moderate candidates to public office. 

Additional information about WFK can be found at