Moore represents Western Wyandotte County and was first elected to the house in 2010.
“It has been my honor to serve Wyandotte County in the House of Representatives, but there is much more to do,” said Wolfe Moore. “As a member of the House Committee on Health and Human Services and the State Advisory Council on Aging, I have been very focused on ensuring that Kansas takes care of its most vulnerable. I have also worked hard throughout the school finance debate and remained an advocate for equitable school funding as a member of House Appropriations”.
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Wolfe Moore was first elected to serve the Western Wyandotte County area in 2010 and currently sits on Taxation, Health and Human Services and Appropriations committees and is also an appointed member of the State Advisory Council on Aging.
“Kathy’s priorities in the Kansas Legislature reflect the priorities of Kansas families,” said House Democratic Leader Paul Davis, Lawrence. “She has advocated for increased public education funding, lower property taxes, and job creation for Kansas families. I hope the people of Wyandotte County will send her back to Topeka to continue her excellent work.”
Professionally, Wolfe Moore has worked as the Business Director and Assistant to the CEO of The University of Kansas Hospital since 2005. Within her community, Kathy serves on the board of the Wyandotte Center, a Community Mental Health Center and is an Executive Committee member of the Wyandotte Economic Development Council. This year, Kathy was chosen by her legislative colleagues to serve as Kansas State Director of the Women in Government Foundation.
Wolfe Moore has three grown daughters, Katie, Julianna and Emily Wolfe. She and her husband, Ken Moore, live in Kansas City, Kansas.
The 2014 election will take place on Tuesday, November 4.