Tuesday, April 22, 2014 8:28 AM
Kevin Grant participates in Meet the Candidates Night in Danville, Indiana
Last night, Kevin Grant, spoke at the Danville Community High School in Danville, Illinois. He spoke about the changes that he wanted to make in Congress.
Grant stated "Mr. Mike Neilson (teacher at Danville) and his government class did an outstanding job in putting on the event...it's exciting to see our young adults get involved in the political process"
Furthermore, since the event was held in Hendricks County (Todd Rokita's backyard), Kevin expected to speak with him...Todd was a no show).
Again, a special Thanks to:
The Danville Community School Board
Superintendent: Dr. Dennis Ward
Principal: Mr. P.J. Hamann
Asst. Principal: Mrs. Kim Davis
Danville High School Senior Class 2014
Saturday, April 19, 2014 8:16 AM
Kevin Grant spends time in Jasper County, Indiana, meets with Mayor Stephen Wood
Kevin Grant spent time campaigning in Jasper County, Indiana. He spoke with several business owners as well as farmers in the county.
He met with with Stephen A. Wood, the mayor of Rensselaer. Kevin and the Mayor talked about issues concerning Rensselaers' citizens'.
The Mayor also mentioned that he sent numerous letters to Congressman Rokita, asking for assistance...and Rokita never responded. The Mayor was very disappointed in the lack of action from the current Congressman. Grant stated..."this is not acceptable for a Congressman not to respond to a local elected official request".
Furthermore, Grant asked the Mayor to keep in touch with him as needs arise for the County and City.
Thursday, April 17, 2014 9:04 AM
Grant states that he will beat Rokita without raising a dime
As stated before, Kevin Grant, will not raise any funds for the primary election as well as not spend any of his own money for the primary (except for running his website, which costs him approximately $45 per month).
Grant stated... "I am here to prove a point, it's about the power of people and their vote...we are in a time were people are struggling to make it...I am not going to ask people for their hard earned money"
Grant also stated..."it's time for our voices to be heard in Washington D.C." ..."Integrity is extremely important to me and I promise to listen, analyze, and act appropriately when reviewing the issues of District 4 constituents "
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 9:43 AM
Kevin Grant's website visits' reveal that people are ready for a change
Kevin Grant's website,www.grant4congress.com, reveal that people are taking their time to become educated on what Kevin will bring to the table if elected for the U.S. Congressional Seat, District 4, Indiana. Since February 13, 2014, the site had 1498 unique visitors whom spent an average of 10 minutes on the site.
Grant stated "this is great progress...I encourage people to look at the website, email or call me if they have questions/issues about me or the district".
Kevin also spends a lot of his time doing the old fashion "door to door" campaigning...he loves to meet people.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 9:36 AM
Kevin Grant speaks at the Warren County Learning Center
Last night, Kevin Grant, spent time meeting the local public at the "Meet the Candidate" event sponsored by Farm Bureau. It was held at the Warren County Learning Center in Williamsport, Indiana. Grant introduced some of his priorities and goals to the audience. Grant stated "this is a great community, people are very friendly and hardworking". Grant's ties to Williamsport is that his wife, Dr. Jill A. Grant, works in the local Emergency Room.