Candidate Policy Briefings

  • July 10 - Candidate Policy Briefing - Wichita, KS

    We will offer a unique policy discussion, critical for candidates running for political office. Open also to the general public.

    About this event:

    We will have the opportunity for questions and answers. The rundown of the topics and presenters are as follows:

    * Next Steps in Kansas Education: Achievement and Finance post-Gannon and COVID

    Dave Trabert, CEO of Kansas Policy Institute

    * Relief for Kansas Property Owners: Tax Transparency After Veto

    Michael Austin, Director of Center for Entrepreneurial Government at KPI

    * Creating Economic Opportunity: Licensure and Regulatory Reform Ideas

    Elizabeth Patton, State Director of Americans for Prosperity – Kansas

    * Small Business Perspectives on Kickstarting the post-COVID Economy

    Russ McCullough, Ph.D. of Ottawa University (Kansas)

    We’ll be following health guidelines and engaging in a lively discussion about some of the biggest policy questions facing our state. These events are intended to provide educational information to the public about broad economic and education issues that are important to the citizens of our state. They are the product of nonpartisan analysis, study, and research and are not intended to directly or indirectly endorse or oppose any candidate for public office.

  • July 9 - Candidate Policy Briefing - Overland Park, KS

    We will offer a unique policy discussion, critical for candidates running for political office. Open also to the general public.

    About this Event

    We will have the opportunity for questions and answers. The rundown of the topics and presenters are as follows:

    * Next Steps in Kansas Education: Achievement and Finance post-Gannon and COVID

    Dave Trabert, CEO of Kansas Policy Institute

    * Relief for Kansas Property Owners: Tax Transparency After Veto

    Michael Austin, Director of Center for Entrepreneurial Government at KPI

    * Creating Economic Opportunity: Licensure and Regulatory Reform Ideas

    Elizabeth Patton, State Director of Americans for Prosperity – Kansas

    * Small Business Perspectives on Kickstarting the post-COVID Economy

    Russ McCullough, Ph.D. of Ottawa University (Kansas)

    We’ll be following health guidelines and engaging in a lively discussion about some of the biggest policy questions facing our state. These events are intended to provide educational information to the public about broad economic and education issues that are important to the citizens of our state. They are the product of nonpartisan analysis, study, and research and are not intended to directly or indirectly endorse or oppose any candidate for public office.

     




Kansas Policy Institute is able to provide services to allow persons with disabilities to participate in our public events. Please contact our Wichita Office at 316-634-0218 to request an accomodation for an event.