Letter From Rep. Shannon Francis To 125th District

KSCB News - January 5, 2015 9:26 am

Thank you for the opportunity to represent our community In the Kansas House of Representatives. I am humbled by the trust you have put in me. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns. Knowing your thoughts and expertise on the issues the legislature will be dealing with are important for me to represent our community effectively. If you are going to be in Topeka please email me so we can get together.

During the session I will be sharing office #167A-W with Rep. Blaine Finch of Ottawa. Our office is located on the first floor of the Capitol in the west wing. Our office assistant is Cynthia Smith. My email address will be [email protected] My phone number has not been assigned yet. When you call or email please make sure you leave your address and phone number. Cynthia will be answering the phone and prioritizing emails so it is important that she knows you are from the 125th district. Constituent services are important to me so if you are having an issue that you think I can be of assistance on please email me. It is very helpful to have your request in writing so I get the facts straight when I contact others regarding your issue.

This session I will be serving on the Local Government, Agriculture and Natural Resources, and Vision 20/20 committees. I anticipate a challenging session. We have serious budget issues facing our state and the Governor is formulating a long term water plan.

Thank you for the honor of serving and I look forward to hearing from you.

Shannon Francis
Representative Elect
125th District
Kansas House of Representatives


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