I am running for the 70th district house and want everyone in the 70th district to have a chance to share their thoughts on what issues are most important. Public Education? Healthcare? Gun Rights? Environment? Please take a few minutes to let me know what matters to you! Please click on the below link (or visit my […]
It’s almost State Fair Time! So that reminds me of 2014 when the Brownback economic plan promised to create 100,000 new jobs over his next term. Well, here is what actually happened in the Kansas jobs market over just the past year: About 5,600 jobs were LOST from June to July. Kansas showed a -0.3% […]
With just a little over a week left until the Primary, I thought I would share some links to websites so you can check to make sure you ARE registered, and if not these can help you accomplish it! […]
Do you realize there are less than 3 weeks until the primary election and 17 weeks until the general? I need you. Kansas needs you.
Last night at the Dickinson County Democratic Party meeting, the featured speaker was Sheldon Weisgrau, Director of the Health Reform Resource Project. Kansas does not save money by refusing the expansion – it simply gives up the opportunity to bring tax dollars back to our state. […]
On Saturday, June, 25, 2016 I attended the Kansas Federation of Democrat Women state convention in Wichita, KS. It is always great to get together with like minded women. I happen to be a member with the Salina Club as Dickinson County does not have a chapter – at this time! (We’ll work on starting […]
Legislatures are currently in a special session to address equitable funding for Kansas schools. I included links to articles that help explain what is being proposed by lawmakers.
Governor Brownback says the “Sun is Shining in Kansas,” but what do the facts say? •The Kansas economy as a whole ranks 46th in the nation according to the Index of State Economic Momentum. •My opponent claims “state revenue is up $123.5 million over last year.” This, however, is not the entire story. •Kansas is bringing in $470 million […]
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