PRATT — Precinct committee men and women of the 113th Kansas House District met Thursday night and elected Greg Lewis (R-St. John) to complete the term of former House member Basil Dannebohm.
“There is a major problem in Topeka with a budget hole of some $600 million that they are trying to fix by taxing rural Kansans and cutting funding to rural schools,” Lewis said. “We have a lot of work ahead of us but I am honored to have been chosen to represent the interests of the 113th District in Topeka.”
Lewis went on to say, “I will fight for our rural way of life and our schools so that our children can grow up to get good-paying jobs and raise the next generation of Kansans.”
Lewis is a fourth-generation Stafford County farmer/rancher. He previously served on the St. John-Hudson School Board. He and his wife, Susan, live in rural St. John.
Constituents can reach Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 620-458-3541. Contact information while in Topeka is not yet available.
Lewis wins precinct vote to replace Dannehobm