Representative Tory Marie Arnberger has filed for re-election to House District 112. Arnberger married Justin Blew in 2020 and will run for her 4th term in the Kansas House of Representatives as Tory Marie Blew.
“It has been such an honor to represent Barton County and serve the people of the district I grew up in,” she said. “Before going away for college, I always knew I’d return to my hometown. I love this community and cherish the relationships I have with my constituents – and I will continue to fight for issues important to our district throughout my next term.”
Representative Blew currently serves as vice chair of the Federal and State Affairs Committee, which has addressed major policy issues such as election reform and sports betting. In 2022, she was elected as the House Majority Whip. Representative Blew also serves on the House Health and Human Services Committee and General Government Budget Committee. She chaired Kansas Young Republicans in 2021-2022 and currently serves as the National Committeewoman for the organization. She has been named as a Rising Star by RunGenZ and is also active in other young republican organizations.
Blew was the youngest member of the Kansas Legislature from 2017 to 2021. She previously served as a deputy majority whip, as vice chair of the House General Government Budget Committee, was a member of the 2020 and 2021 Special Committees on Kansas Mental Health Modernization and Reform, and the 2021 Special Committee on Child Support Enforcement and Collection.
Representative Blew graduated with a degree in Business Education and worked as a teacher in a rural school district. Currently, she works as the Human Resources Director for Pryor Automatic Fire Sprinkler and serves as a state board member for Kansas CASA.
Representative Blew remains committed to being a vocal advocate for 2nd Amendment rights, mental health reform, and limited government. Visit torymarie.com to learn more about her campaign.