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The Kansas Federation of College Republicans is the statewide organization for College Republicans in Kansas.

Mission:

To educate, inform, and involve college students, to increase youth participation in the electoral process, and as a result, to grow and strengthen the Republican Party.

Organization Overview:

The Kansas Federation of College Republicans (KSFCR) is the statewide organization for all College Republicans. We represent Kansas College Republicans on the national stage with the College Republican National Committee and on the state level as an organizational member of the Kansas Republican Party Executive Board.

We are dedicated to the furtherance of Republican and conservative principles and cooperate with our Republican sister committees to achieve these goals. However, we are legally and structurally independent from the Kansas Republican Party and groups with similar names, such as the Kansas Young Republicans (an affiliate of the National Young Republican Federation).

The KSFCR provides logistical, financial, and organizational support to Kansas College Republican chapters in all four corners of the state and Wichita.

Morgan Anderson State Chairman

Morgan is a junior at Wichita State University's Barton School of Business, studying Marketing and Graphic Design. In high school, Morgan helped organize the Sedgwick County Teenage Republicans and has been bit by the political bug since. She continued her political involvement to the University of Kansas on the KSFCR Executive Board as Communications Director and on the State Board as KU Chapter Chair. She transferred, became a Shocker, and is currently a member of the WSU CRs. Morgan worked on the 2014 election cycle as a Field Director for Pat Roberts for U.S. Senate, has volunteered on numerous campaigns, and continues to be an avid volunteer for the Kansas Republican Party. Morgan currently serves as a commissioner on the Advisory Commission for Children with Special Healthcare Needs as a public-member. Outside of politics, Morgan is a Spotify enthusiast, creates Snapchat masterpieces, volunteers with the Special Olympics, stalks Ukrainian basketball players, and works at Paint the Towne as a painting instructor. Morgan interned last summer for the Political Clients Department at IMGE, LLC. in Alexandria, Virginia for the summer and wishes to pursue a career in strategic political communications. Contact Morgan at morgan@kansascr.com.

Christiana ReasorExecutive Director

Christiana is a Political Science major and Economics minor at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas. Her passion for politics and America has led to high involvement within the political sphere, College Republicans, campaigns, including Marco Rubio's presidential campaign, and other political activities. On campus, she is Vice President of the Student Government Association, on the executive board for Benedictine's chapter of College Republicans, and loves working towards making a difference every day.


Adam SteinhilberTreasurer

Adam is in his third year at the University of Kansas where he studies Political Science. Adam has been elected to serve as Chair of the KU College Republicans for this year. He also currently serves as a precinct committeeman, having been appointed to fill a vacancy and then was elected to a full term in 2014. In addition to College Republicans, Adam is involved with Student Senate and is the Student Events Assistant at the Dole Institute of Politics at KU, and considers Bob Dole to be one of my primary role models.

Rachel HerringSecretary

Rachel is a junior at Pittsburg State University,
studying business management and Spanish language. Growing up in Pittsburg, becoming a Gorilla was the obvious choice. Rachel discovered she was a Republican in 2010, and has since then decided that she wants to share the values and ideals with fellow college students. Rachel is PSU's College Republicans chapter chairman. She also serves as a senator in Student Government. Outside of school, Rachel loves art, NASCAR, Indy racing and traveling.


Emily MarkerNorth Eastern Vice-Chair

Emily Marker hails from the great city of Shoreview, Minnesota. She is a junior at Benedictine College where she studies Criminology and Psychology and she plans to attend grad school on the East Coast. She serves as the Chair of their College Republicans and is also involved in mission work on and off campus and competitive cheerleading. Emily has been in love with politics and the Republican Party since she can remember and cannot wait to take back the country in 2016. Emily enjoys living in a red state and loves seeing so many young people with a passion politics and the Republican party. Outside of school, Emily loves her cat Misty, cheesy jokes, outsmarting Liberals, Criminal Minds, and football.

Kyler JostWestern Regional Vice-Chair

Kyler is a sophomore at Kansas State University, studying Finance and Business Administration. Kyler feels very passionate about his hometown, McPherson, Kansas, and plans to return after graduation to serve his community and start his own business. When not working in College Republicans, Kansans for Life or on a campaign of some sort, Kyler is hanging out with his brothers at FarmHouse Fraternity, swimming or enjoying outdoors. Kyler was also an intern in the Kansas House of Representatives. To contact Kyler, email him at kyler@kansascr.com


Paige HungateWichita Metro Regional Vice-Chair

Paige is a junior at Wichita State University studying Computer Science (Engineering) and Political Science. On campus, I am involved in Delta Gamma, Student Government Association, Student Ambassador Society, and many others. Being from Wichita makes holding the Wichita Metro Regional Director position incredibly exciting. Serving Kansans and advancing the Republican party within the state has always been at the core of all I do. I am hopeful and excited to see all the great things the Federation can accomplish this upcoming year!

Lauren AbbottSoutheastern Regional Vice-Chair

Austin GilpinCommunications Director

Austin is a sophomore at Wichita State University studying Strategic Communications and Political Science. Previously, he served as his chapter's Secretary. In 2014, Austin worked on Governor Brownback's reelection campaign, and volunteered for local races around the state. Currently, he is in New Hampshire working to reelect Senator Kelly Ayotte, and is looking forward to returning to Wichita in November!
When he isn't campaigning, Austin's favorite activities are binge watching House of Cards, spending time in his hometown of Pratt, and being outside, preferably at the lake.

Dalton GlasscockCampaign and Policy Director

Now Chairman Emeritus, Dalton is active in national, state, and local politics as a volunteer, coordinator, and spokesperson. He has appeared on FOX and Friends, FOX News and Commentary, among other local radio and TV programs in Kansas, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and others.

Dalton formerly served Co-Chair, Executive Director, and Internship Coordinator of the Kansas Federation of College Republicans, 4th District Congressional Director for Pat Roberts for U.S. Senate, and Treasurer of the Wichita State College Republicans. Dalton currently serves a Delegate to the Kansas Republican Party, Kansas Republican Party Platform and Rules Committee, and Assistant to FOX News’s Todd Starnes.

Past party experiences includes 4th District Congressional Director for the Kansas Republican Party, Chairman of the Sedgwick County Teenage Republicans, Campaign Manager for Ben Sauceda for Sedgwick County Commission, and as a volunteer for Wink Hartman, Todd Tiahrt, Sam Brownback, Kris Kobach, Ron Estes, Derek Schmidt, among countless others.

Dalton can be contact by email at Dalton@KansasCR.com


Jessie SchoechEvents Director

Jessie was raised in the greatest small German Catholic town (village), St. Mark Kansas. She is a student at Wichita State University majoring in Communications and Political Science. She plans to pursue her Masters in Business Administration at the University of Kansas and would like to work as a Communications Director for a foundation or company. She was introduced to the political world at a young age. Since then, she has worked on countless campaigns. She first interned on the Todd Tiahrt for Senate campaign as a senior in high school. In 2014 she worked as a 4th district field staffer for the successful Roberts for Senate re-election campaign. She has and continues to volunteer on many state & local campaigns and KSGOP events. Jessie has served on the KSFCR Executive board for 5 years as the Southern Regional Vice Chair, Co Chair, Chairwoman, and now, Events Coordinator. She is excited to bring more students into the movement by planning fun and exciting events. Outside of politics you can count on seeing Jessie showing her love for the Kansas Jayhawks, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Green Bay Packers, and St. Louis Cardinals. She also loves to bake and cook, snapchat (and screenshotting her friend’s embarrassing photos), throwing a good party, and everything Lily Pulitzer and Kate Spade. She loves to spend time with her family and friends and her puppy Kody and dog Lily. She loves Jesus and spending time at her church, St. Mark Catholic Church. Feel free to refer to her as Queen Jshay from now on. 😉 #proudofyou

Jesse NioceService Director

Jesse is in her third year at Fort Hays State University, studying business management and political science/pre-law. She has served as the Chair of the FHSU College Republicans chapter for the past two years, and served as the Vice President her freshman year. She grew up in Topeka, Kansas, volunteering for various political campaigns across Kansas through phone banking and speaking with local voters while delivering literature door-to-door. At Fort Hays, she was provided with the opportunity to lobby on behalf of the Fort Hays student body to remove taxes on textbooks, as well as the opportunity to maintain a conservative presence on campus by getting young students informed and involved through many political events, and even getting the opportunity to speak on behalf of Marco Rubio at a caucus sight in Trego county for the 2016 presidential race. When she isn’t studying, she enjoys traveling, writing, and playing tennis or volleyball. Jesse ultimately hopes to pursue a law degree after she graduates from Fort Hays