Christi is a licensed attorney, small business owner and mother of four sons running to represent Kansas House, District 27, where she has lived since 2010. She will be an advocate for her community and will serve with transparency as she focuses on common-sense policies that put people over politics. Christi’s campaign is focused on fully funding special education to improve education for every Kansas child, eliminating state-level taxes on food, reforming property taxes, and maintaining women’s rights to reproductive care and privacy. By focusing on finding common-sense solutions for issues, we can keep Kansas a thriving and inclusive community for years to come.
Christi graduated from the University of North Dakota summa cum laude at age 20, and subsequently graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law. She has been a Kansas resident continuously since 2004 and is married to her college sweetheart, Joe. She was raised with her three siblings by parents that were both in public service careers: her dad, a Sheriff’s Lieutenant, and her mother, a distinguished public-school teacher. Her parents instilled integrity, a strong moral compass, and service to others as non-negotiable character traits and Christi has demonstrated each in her years as an attorney in a local trust company and as a previously licensed foster parent. She will bring her years of legal experience and unwavering character strength to her advocacy and service for District 27 and the State of Kansas.