Representative Greg Lewis Files for Re-Election

imageSt. John: Representative Greg Lewis, a Republican representing the 113th House District, filed for re-election to the Kansas House. He was elected by Republican precinct committee men and women in March to complete the term of Rep. Basil Dannebohm (R-Ellinwood) who resigned the seat.

 “This election will determine the future of our district and our state. We need a voice of reason in Topeka fighting for our district – not for special interests that would rather see our values destroyed:  values such as our rural economy, our schools and our farms.  I am that voice fighting for our rural way of life,” Lewis said.

 Lewis is a farmer, husband, father of two and grandfather of three. He previously served on the St. John-Hudson School Board.

 He continued, “I am proud of my service to our district – and I ask for the support of our district to continue the fight for our farms, our businesses, our schools and our health care. We need more every-day Kansans with common sense serving in Topeka.”

 

Representative Greg Lewis Files for Re-Election

imageSt. John: Representative Greg Lewis, a Republican representing the 113th House District, filed for re-election to the Kansas House. He was elected by Republican precinct committee men and women in March to complete the term of Rep. Basil Dannebohm (R-Ellinwood) who resigned the seat.

 “This election will determine the future of our district and our state. We need a voice of reason in Topeka fighting for our district – not for special interests that would rather see our values destroyed:  values such as our rural economy, our schools and our farms.  I am that voice fighting for our rural way of life,” Lewis said.

 Lewis is a farmer, husband, father of two and grandfather of three. He previously served on the St. John-Hudson School Board.

 He continued, “I am proud of my service to our district – and I ask for the support of our district to continue the fight for our farms, our businesses, our schools and our health care. We need more every-day Kansans with common sense serving in Topeka.”