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Kansas State Senate District 14

The Kansas Senate is the upper house of the Kansas Legislature, the state legislature of the U.S. State of Kansas. It is composed of 40 senators representing an equal amount of districts, each with a population of at least 60,000 inhabitants. Members of the Senate are elected to a four-year term. There is no limit to the number of terms that a senator may serve.

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    Michael A. Fagg

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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?

Personal Biography 47 years in community banking
Campaign Phone (316) 377-7987
Campaign Email
Education Butler County College- A.A. Wichita State University-B.A. Graduate School of Banking- University of Wisconsin
Community/Public Service Mayor; City Commissioner; President of Lions, Chamber, United Way; Chairman of Local American Red Cross; Chairman of Mid-Kansas Community Action Program, Inc; Chairman of City Planning committee.
Address All located in Butler County, Kansas
Understand exactly what the health officials are telling us we need to do.
Need more time to study all the issues.
Need more time to study all the issues.
Need time to review and understand the current law.
Need more time to review and understand the issues before answerring this question.
I don't know the problem. I have heard from many people there is a problem. Need more information. Cost efficiences and service effectiveness needs third party review.
Need more time to study this issue.
Listen to one another. Understanding they are working for the good of the people of this state.