February 2008 / Huckabee Barnstorms Across Kansas - Bott Radio Network Covers Olathe Rally, Mid-America Nazarene University, Friday, February 8th
Along with the early morning stop in Olathe, Mike Huckabee made stops in Wichita, Garden City and Topeka, covering a vast area of this important Midwest state the day before voters participated in the Kansas Republican Caucus.
Republican Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee starts a long campaign day in Kansas beginning in Olathe at Mid-America Nazarene University. Above, he rushes across the stage to shake hands with Bott Radio Network Executive Vice President Rich Bott in front of a crowd of more than 1200.
Rich Bott introduces Mike Huckabee to a cheering, enthusiastic overflow crowd on the first stop of several in Kansas the day before the Kansas Republican Caucus.
Republican Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee with Kansans for Life Executive Director Mary Kay Culp.
KFL endorses Huckabee for President.
Only a portion of the large crowd that got up early to see Mike Huckabee in Kansas. During his remarks he was repeatedly interrupted with applause and received two standing ovations.
Bott Radio Network's Director of Broadcast Operations Eben Fowler, busy in the press pool recording the proceedings. Excerpts of the candidate's remarks
were aired across Bott Radio Network.