Thank you for visiting my website! I am honored to be the Republican nominee in District 117, where I recently earned 66% of the vote in the primary.
Growing up in rural Douglas county and as a resident of Johnson County since 2008, it is an honor to run for State Representative and seek to represent you.
The out-of-touch policies of the Biden administration are hammering middle-class families and small businesses. We need leadership from Main Street who will fight back at every level of government.
voice in Topeka, I will stand and defend our
values and work to make Kansas a land of
freedom and opportunity for all.
I encourage you to take a look around my website and learn about my background and my priorities for Kansas. If you have any questions or would like to help my campaign, please contact me at email@example.com.
Fighting for you,
District 117 is a re-located district from western Kansas, created in the 2022 redistricting process. It stretches from parts of western Shawnee in Johnson County to areas of south of Lawrence just west of 59 Highway. It includes portions of the city of Shawnee, Lenexa, De Soto, and Eudora, and signficant areas of rural Douglas County and rural Johnson County. As it winds through western Johnson and eastern Douglas, it largely follows areas north and south of K-10.
A map is included below. If you want to know if you live in District 117, feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The General Election is on Tuesday, November 8th. Below are some key dates and important information regarding voting:
October 18th - Deadline to Register to Vote (Johnson | Douglas)
October 19th - Advance Voting by Mail Begins
October 22nd - Advance Voting in person Begins
November 8th - Election Day!
Advance Voting Information
Click here for information on how to vote in advance in Johnson County. There is an early voting site in the 117th District at Monticello Library, and a drop box at the De Soto Library.
Click here for information on how to vote early in Douglas County.
If you have any specific questions about voting, please contact the election office in your home county.