Constituent Survey – 2020 Legislative Session

The 2020 legislative session is just around the corner. We’ll be back in Topeka on Jan. 13, for another year of working to keep Kansas on track to a better future.

I recently sent out a newsletter to many constituents of the 102nd District (budget restraints prevent me from sending this out to everyone in the district). I’ll put a PDF of the newsletter in this post – so if you didn’t get one in the mail, you can download and read it electronically. That newsletter contained a survey, asking a few questions to help guide me in the coming session. Of course, there are more issues than room for questions – so if there’s something missing that is of concern to you, please reach out and let me know.

I’ve included the survey here. It shouldn’t take long to do, and it provides me with important information from those in my district. I hope you’ll take the time to fill this out. And while you’re at it – if you don’t subscribe to my legislative updates, take the time to do that as well. It’s the best way to get up-to-date information from me during the legislative session.

Here’s a copy of my latest newsletter. The survey is at the bottom of this article. 2019 Leg newsletter



  • Posted December 19, 2019

    Michele Bauck

    My biggest concern is getting the state to put limits on the wastewater disposal and evaporative salt mining in Reno County which is causing the earthquakes. They are getting worse rather than better and since we know what is causing them, there is no reason–other than money–that this hasn’t already been done.

  • Posted December 23, 2019

    Kaitlin Tucker

    Thanks for listening

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