Clinton Campaign Announces Kansas Steering Committee

The Clinton campaign Wednesday released its Kansas Steering Committee, made up of community leaders from across the state who will mobilize grassroots support for Hillary leading up to Kansas’s February 5 caucus.

Capitalizing on the momentum from Tuesday’s victory in the New Hampshire Primary, the campaign is ready to compete for every vote in Kansas.

As a caucus state, the organizational and grassroots support included in this steering committee will allow the campaign to compete for votes and delegates in every corner of the state.

“I am so encouraged by the support I have of community leaders and activists across Kansas,” Clinton said. “With their help, we can bring our message of change throughout Kansas and the nation.”

HILLARY’S KANSAS STEERING COMMITTEE:

Ken Alexander, Sheet Metal Workers Representative - Local 2

Joan K.Archer, Prairie Village, Attorney

Loren Belew, Wichita, Political Activist

Paula Bentley, Topeka, AFSCME Area Organizing Director

Micheline Burger, Olathe, Attorney; Former Johnson County Democratic Party Chair

Julie Burkhart, Wichita, CEO, ProKanDo

John Carmichael, Wichita, Attorney

Amy Cervantes, Wichita, Vice President, Kansas Democratic Party LGBT Caucus

Kirby Clark, Wichita, Sheet Metal Workers Representative - Local 29

Rosalea DeMott, Pleasanton, Chair, Linn County Democratic Party

Jason Dilts, Wichita, President, Kansas Democratic Party LGBT Caucus

Carolyn Elmore, McPherson, Chair, McPherson County Democratic Party

Karen Finstad, Lenexa, Former First Lady of Kansas

Rick Fulton, Pittsburg, Chair, Kansas Veterans for Hillary

Dean Greig, Osborne, Political Activist

Roger Grobstich, President, Central States Council for the RWDSU

Julia Groeblacher, Lawrence, HillBlazer Outreach Lead; Kansas University

James H. "Skip" Herd, Coldwater, Political Activist

Abbie Hodgson, Lawrence, Political Activist

Frances Jackson, Wichita, Community Developer

Don F. Lindsey, Jr., Osawatomie, United Transportation Union, Kansas State Legislative Director

Dan Lykins, Topeka, Treasurer, Kansas Democratic Party

Derwin McNeely, President, RWDSU Local 184-L

Betty Morgan, Paola, Political Activist

Marla Patrick, Lindsborg, State Coordinator, Kansas NOW

Michael Peterson, Kansas City, State Representative

Hank Sanchez, Abilene, Political Activist

Jennifer Scales, Lawrence, President, Lawrence Chapter of the National Organization for Women

Lyn Shaw, Lake Quivera, Democratic Party Activist

Connie Shidler, Overland Park, Attorney and Authorized Representative

Joan Spero, Kansas City, 3rd Congressional District Liaison for the National Association of Letter Carriers and Auxiliary

Dave Spero, Kansas City, Labor union activist

Vickie Sandell Stangl, Wichita, Lecturer, Wichita State University

Glen O.Strnad, Munden, Political Activist

Denise Tomasic, Kansas City, Attorney

Joan Wagnon, Topeka , Secretary, Kansas Department of Revenue; Former Mayor of Topeka

Marjorie Webb, Shawnee, Former Trustee, Kansas Public Employees Retirement System

Galen Weiland, Bendena, Former State Representative

Allan White, Salina, Political Activist


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