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Democrat governor candidate to visit Seneca
04/20/2018

Josh Svaty

(KMZA)--Another Democratic candidate for Kansas governor will visit Seneca.

Josh Svaty will be at the Seneca City Library at 10:00 Saturday morning, April 21st.  

His visit is being hosted by the Nemaha County Democrats.  The public is invited to attend and meet him.

Svaty is an Ellsworth farmer with government experience as a state legislator.  At the age of 22, he was elected to the Kansas House in 2002 where he served 3 ½ terms until he was appointed Secretary of Agriculture by Governor Mark Parkinson in July 2009.  After leaving office in 2011, he served as senior advisor in the Environmental Protection Agency and then became vice president of the Land Institute in Salina.

He and his wife, Kimberly, have four children.

Beverages and light refreshments will be served as Svaty speaks and takes questions from the audience.

He is among seven Democratic candidates vying for Kansas governor.    

 

 

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