RUNNING TO RESTORE JOBS, KEEP PEOPLE SAFE & HEALTHY
Melissa Gregory is campaigning for Kansas State Senate District 30 in Wichita. Her life is a testament to the value of strong public schools and hard work. Raised in a middle-class Wichita family with solid Methodist values, a dedicated public servant she spent her career improving the lives of her fellow Kansans.
Melissa will fight to make us as safe as possible from the ongoing pandemic while working to restore the jobs lost to it. She supports getting our schools open as soon as it is safe for students, teachers, and staff. And she will work to cover pre-existing conditions and expand Medicaid to bolster our healthcare system and give our underserved and their children a chance for better and healthier lives.
MELISSA WANTS TO HEAR FROM YOU
Now more than ever we need elected officials who are going to listen to the needs of and stand up for Kansans. Melissa looks forward to hearing from you about your concerns and suggestions as we navigate these new and unprecedented times. Contact her at email@example.com.
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ON THE ISSUES
Keeping People Safe & Healthy
Lately we have all become more focused on our health and our family’s health. As a young woman I had an early run in with thyroid cancer. With the support of my family and a lot of good healthcare I beat it. But for the last several years the Kansas Legislature has had a chance […]
Creating good jobs in Wichita has to be a priority. My grandparents were driven off the family farm during the Dust Bowl. The next family business was owning a gas station at the corner of Harry and Hydraulic in Wichita. That is where Dad worked and that is where he met Mom just before World […]
Opening Our Schools
I support getting our schools open as soon as it is safe for students, teachers, and staff. Some in the Kansas Legislature like Susan Wagle want to thwart a safe and well-thought-out opening for our schools and that puts our children and their teachers and staff at risk. Not only is that wrongheaded, it is […]