Brett Parker was born and raised in Johnson County. A graduate of Olathe East, he currently works in the Olathe School District as an English language teacher at Countryside Elementary School and Pioneer Trail Middle School...
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Last week, I introduced the Free State Elections Act (House Bill 2538, and Senate Bill 326) that would lift the burdensome birth certificate requirement, allow for voting day registration and end the Crosscheck program. The right of every person, no matter where in Kansas they live, to have equal access to the voting booth on […]
New Years Resolution: Transparency
As the first month of the new year draws to a close, it has been an excellent time to reflect on the previous year. What did we do wrong? What did we do right? What lessons did we learn that we can put toward 2018 and beyond? Indeed these are numerous. The reports made last […]
Taking Politics out of Redistricting
I have introduced a constitutional amendment (HCR 5011) which was created to help give a greater voice to all voters in Kansas. It does so by taking the currently very politicized act of redistricting and establishes an independent commission to make the process for the people, not for the party.