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What Kansans Are Saying About Anthony Hensley
What Kansans Are Saying About Anthony Hensley

“You are an outstanding leader and I respect your honesty and integrity.”

Pat Saville
Secretary of the Kansas Senate

What Kansans Are Saying About Anthony Hensley
What Kansans Are Saying About Anthony Hensley

“Thank you so much for supporting the current merit-based system of selecting judges for the Court of Appeals last week by defeating SB83.  This issue is critical not only for our Court, but for all Kansans who value a fair and impartial appellate judiciary.”

Richard D. Greene, Chief Judge
Kansas Court of Appeals

What Kansans Are Saying About Anthony Hensley
What Kansans Are Saying About Anthony Hensley

“Thank you for your continued leadership and hard work on behalf of public education.”

Cheryl Semmel
Executive Director
United School Administrators of Kansas

What Kansans Are Saying About Anthony Hensley
What Kansans Are Saying About Anthony Hensley

“Thank you for your efforts representing those of us in your District, along with the state employees who do their best with the resources they receive.  You are one of the few legislators who is truly representing the people.”

Ed Byrd
Topeka resident

What Kansans Are Saying About Anthony Hensley
What Kansans Are Saying About Anthony Hensley

“Your time and commitment in leading our great state are sincerely appreciated.”

Michael D. Shonrock, Ph.D.
President, Emporia State University

Meet Anthony Hensley

As a school teacher and legislator, Senator Anthony Hensley has fought for the values and issues important to the 19th Senate District. Through his advocacy, the Legislature has begun restoring funding to public schools; created 175,000 jobs with the 10-year Transportation Plan; protected the rights of injured workers; and improved community-based services for disabled and aging Kansans.

Contact Anthony

E-mail:

anthony.hensley@hotmail.com

Phone:
785-232-1944