I am a strong believer in conservative principles. I believe firmly in lowering taxes on hard working Kansans and I did not agree with Representative Judd-Jenkins voting to increase them. I felt that this was a good time for me to step up and attempt to make a difference for my district and my state and to work to be sure citizens keep more of their hard earned money.
In the recent years I brought my career in teaching business and special education to a conclusion, a year and half ago my wife Diana and I bought two local newspapers in Sumner County and have been working to take them further, and my wife and I have worked hard to continue growing Slate Creek Lodge Bed and Breakfast in Wellington and have been proud to be able to offer that service to multiple visitors.
If I am elected, I want to be certain to put all my focus into working for Kansas families. I want to be a strong voice for lowering taxes and getting government off of people’s backs. I want to stand up for the Second Amendment and the Pro-Life movement whenever these issues cross my desk and be a strong advocate for small business. I also want to work hard on legislation that supports making our education system more efficient for students.
Saying "pro-life" is easy and most candidates say that.
I received the Kansas For Life endorsement.
Life begins at conception and ends with natural death.
Pro- 2nd amendment
The lowering of taxes by making government improve - which starts by having people in office who believe it is possible and are willing to find those improvements.
Debate at Raymond Frye in Wellington at 6:30 on July 5th.
If you can help contact people via phone, contact or sending brochures let us know.
We are planning to get together on the evening of August 7th for a Pot Luck evening dinner. Details to be announced.
Paid for by Rhiley for Kansas: Steve Abrams Treasurer