Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gray issued his first major press release Wednesday hitting hard on the topic of education.
“While other candidates talk in generalities about how they will improve educational outcomes while addressing the Kansas budget shortfalls, The Gray / Davis team shuns such vague political language. Instead they have made public not only a specific education plan but the complete proposed legislation as part of their campaign to become the first Libertarian Administration in Kansas.”
Lt. Governor candidate Stacey Gray has authored the Kansas Education Liberty Act which not only addresses the state’s ongoing education funding crisis but also worked to return primary control of the education system to the parents.
The Gray/Davis team wants to provide opportunities for more alternative learning environments for students and place a larger percentage of education funding at the local level.
Education is only one of the platforms Davis is pushing. His push to return control to the local levels falls in line with his other platforms including reducing the size of government, fiscal responsibility and solving the state’s KPERS fund crisis.
Davis is running as a Libertarian candidate challenging Republican candidate Sam Brownback and Democrat candidate Tom Holland.