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Kansas State House District 105

The Kansas House of Representatives is the lower house of the legislature of the U.S. state of Kansas. Composed of 125 state representatives from districts with roughly equal populations of at least 19,000, its members are responsible for crafting and voting on legislation, helping to create a state budget, and legislative oversight over state agencies.

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    Michelle Snyder

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With all of the issues facing Kansas brought about by the COVID-19 virus, what would be your first priority?

Would you support overturning the SAFE Act that was put into place creating barriers to voting by Kansans? What changes to Kansas election laws and voting systems would you support? Please explain why you would support those changes.

What is your position on expanding Medicaid? Why? What would you propose to ensure health care availability in rural areas?

What is your position on gun control and the issue of gun violence? What, if any, changes would you propose to current laws?

How can changes be made to current House and Senate rules that allow for Chamber Leaders to control Committee leadership?

Will you support changing the House and Senate rules to allow a transparent system for determining which proposed bills are heard, debated and voted on? If not, why not?

Issues with DCF and foster care, plus antiquated computer systems in the Departments of Labor and Education have made news. Do you feel that our current agencies are funded at a level that they can carry out their missions? If yes, what is the problem? If no, how can it be addressed?

How can Legislators address the issues of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Kansas?

In the current politically-polarized environment, how can Senators and Representatives work together to govern Kansas?

New legislative districts are drawn by the Legislature during the second year following the Census (2012, 2022, etc.) Would you vote in favor of an amendment that would create an impartial committee to draw the new legislative districts in Kansas?

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Personal Biography Michelle was born and raised in West Wichita, graduated from Goddard High School. Majored in Communications and Political Science at Fort Hays State. She is the general manager of Grace Hill Winery, a space science educator at the Kansas Cosmosphere and a front line staff at her local Dillons. She is married with 2 dogs and 2 cats. She spends her free time with her two nieces ages 3 and 4.
Campaign Address PO Box 9222
Wichita, KS
Campaign Phone (316) 670-9426
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Education Fort Hays State University undergrad- 2008 Southern New Hampshire University graduate- 2020
Community/Public Service Board member of Starkey Inc. Life member of VFW post 3117 Member of Daughters of the American Revolution
Address 5334 W Douglas Ave Wichita, KS 67212
Safety of the public, enforcing social distancing and use of masks
I do not agree with any barriers to vote, we need people to vote not to suppress it. I don't trust electronic voting machines and always ask for a paper ballot. I agree with automatically registering people to vote when they become 18 and offering more polling locations. If we as Americans tout that our veterans fought for our ability to vote than we should be use it, 25% of voter turnout is just sad.
I want to expand Medicaid. The Wellington hospital closed down because of many things but if people can't pay their medical bills and get the proper care. Our rural areas are in jeopardy because medical bills have gotten so out of hand that people can't afford it.
The gun laws are mostly fine right now. I am a gun owner but assault guns should not be in the hands of non-military people. My husband has a SKS and I've never seen him use it because it isn't necessary.
Bipartisan is the key, the Kansas legislature is made of mostly Republicans and a bipartisan committee needs to be in charge.
Yes, the bipartisan system needs to work for the people and be transparent. If representatives work for the people the people should know what bills are being debated.
NO! My sister's mother in law is a foster care social worker and she works super hard with outdated equipment, she does her best with what she has. The kids of Kansas are our future so treat them with the respect they deserve.
Including more women, races, and genders in the legislative, courts, police and leaders.
There has got to be common ground that we can all come together on. The kids of Kansas should be the first priority.
Yes, my district is 90% lower economic class and I am within that district, the incumbent lives within the 10% of the upper economic and does not vote in accordance with the majority of her voters. I would redistrict my area to include 100% of common economic neighborhoods.