June 1 Email Update!

Upcoming SCRP Candidate Forums

Thursday, June 16
State Senate District 28
Jo Hillman and Mike PetersenState Senate District 31
Renee Erickson and Carolyn McGinnSCRP Candidate forums are held at: 
Wichita Area Builders Association
730 N. Main, Wichita, KS 67203
Social: 6:30 PM, Meeting: 7:00 PM
Thursday, July 14
County Commission District 3
David Dennis & Karl PeterjohnState Senate District 27
Lori Graham & Gene Suellentrop 

Wichita Pachyderm Candidate Forums

Wichita Pachyderm meets nearly every Friday at Noon at the Petroleum Club (100 N Broadway, 9th floor of Ruffin Building). For a full schedule of upcoming candidate forums in June, visit the Wichita Pachyderm’s Facebook Page: Meeting cost per person including buffet lunch $15.00; $12.00 with Pachyderm Club membership card.
In case you missed it, click here to listen to audio from last Friday’s excellent Legislative Wrap up with State Sen. Ty Masterson, Rep. Mark Kahrs and Rep. Marc Rhoades.
Volunteer at the Victory Office!!
Monday-Saturday | 10 AM-6 PM |
101 S Webb, Wichita KS 67207 | 
 316-312-9755 (New phone number!)
Help with phone banks, door-to-door efforts and pick up yard signs and bumper stickers! We’re excited to introduce you to the Moran for Kansas Field Team, our partners in 2016 victories!  You’ll have a lot of fun meeting voters and phone banking with your fellow activists! We are looking forward to partnering with Moran for Kansas to ensure Republican victories in November–with YOUR help!

A Kapaun alum, Paige Hungate, is a Wichita State Shocker studying Computer Science/Engineering and Political Science (whew!). Paige spent her freshman year working in Washington D.C. for Senator Moran and is a 2016 graduate of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Excellence in Public Service Series.

Paige has said since 5th grade that she would run for President of the United States in 2044. We’re thrilled to elect solid Republicans with her and will be the first to sign up for Hungate 2044!



Jameson O’Connor is a Wichita native and Andover Central graduate. College has taken him to William Jewell College to study Political Science, International Relations and Leadership Studies, an appropriate major, as his favorite book isWorld Order by Henry Kissinger!

As a founding member of Sedgwick County Teenage Republicans, Jameson volunteered countless hours for the SCRP in 2012. Jameson is thrilled to be in Wichita this summer to spend time with his family, attend Church of the Magdalen and be a bit closer to his favorite Wichita restaurant: The Donut Whole.