Help Celebrate Kansas Abolition Day – Wednesday, January 30th

Tell Kansas lawmakers to support repeal


On January 30, 1907, Kansas became one of the first states to legislatively repeal the death penalty when Governor Hoch, an ardent opponent of capital punishment, signed abolition legislation.


This January 30th, to commemorate Kansas Abolition Day, we need you to call on Kansas lawmakers to take a strong and vocal stance against the death penalty! Please mark your calendar to call Governor Brownback, your state senator, and your state representative on January 30. It will only take a few minutes to add your voice to the call for repeal! And don’t forget to join the event on the KCADP facebook page.
Governor Brownback’s office number is (877) 579-6757. If you need help finding your state legislators’ contact info, call KCADP at (785) 235-0214.
When calling the Governor’s office and your legislators, be sure to thank them for their service and tell the staffer on the phone exactly why you oppose the death penalty.


Need ideas for talking points? Got questions about calling your legislators or the Governor? Get in touch with Kristin in the KCADP Topeka office – (785) 235-0214 or kristinatksabolitiondotorg.



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