Kristin Clark for Kansasa

Thank you for visting my website! I am proud to announce I am running to serve as your State Representative from District 49.

Recently, State Representative Megan Lynn announced she would not be seeking re-election. She has done a wonderful job representing us in Topeka, and I am deeply appreciative of her service. As a resident of our community for over 30 years, I decided to step forward to ensure our district continues to have a voice in Topeka who will continue to stand up for the principles and values we hold dear.

My reasons for running are simple and straightforward: I love our community. I went to school here, we are raising our family here, and I have lived in our home for 30 years. Record inflation is crushing our economy and people are wondering about the future for our kids. As a wife and the mother of four, I understand these worries. Now, more than ever, we need public servants committed to working for solutions and who will stand strong for our freedoms and our values. That's why I'm running, and I ask you to join me.

I encourage you to learn more about my background and where I stand on the issues facing Kansans today. If you have any questions or would like to join my campaign, don't hesitate to contact me!

Your Neighbor,
Kristin Clark

District 49

With the recent redistricting process complete, we now know the new borders of District 49. It retains its spot in east/southeast Olathe, as well as a portion of western Overland Park.

It is bordered by 127th Street on the north; 159th Street on the south; Mur-Len on the west; and Quivira on the east, following various streets along the edges. It includes portions of the Olathe and Blue Valley School Districts.

The Johnson County Election Office is in the process creating new precincts to account for the fact the legislative map divided current precincts. In the meantime, if you need to know if you live in District 49, e-mail us!

A map is included on the right.

voting information

The General Election is on Tuesday, November 8th. Below are some key dates and important information regarding voting:

October 18th- Deadline to Register to Vote (Click Here to Register)
October 19th - Advance Voting by Mail Begins
October 22nd - Advance Voting in person Begins
November 8th - Election Day!

Advance Voting Information
Click here for information on how to vote in advance in Johnson County.

If you have any specific questions about voting, please contact the election office.