Topeka, Kansas – Thursday, Feb. 12, the Kansas Republican Party announced that Executive Director, Christian Morgan, will be stepping down to pursue other opportunities.
“The last two years as Executive Director of the Kansas Republican Party have been one of the most enjoyable times of my life,” said Morgan. “It has been an honor to serve Republican elected officials in Kansas, and has been great getting to know the thousands of Republicans statewide while working towards getting Republicans elected.”
Morgan continued, “I look forward to pursuing new opportunities, and look forward to working towards getting Republicans elected in 2010.”
Morgan joined the Kansas Republican Party in February, 2007 after managing Jim Barnett’s unsuccessful campaign against Democratic Governor Kathleen Sebelius. Prior to managing Barnett for Governor, Morgan worked in the Office of Attorney General Phill Kline and for the Kobach for Congress Campaign in 2004.
Amanda Adkins, Chair of the Kansas Republican Party said, “Christian’s hard work, determination, and tenacity led to the turnaround of state GOP headquarters during the last election cycle. I am excited to build upon the improvements that were already made at the Kansas Republican Party during the 2010 election cycle. I wish him well in his future endeavors.”
Morgan’s last day as Kansas GOP Executive Director will be March 31.