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107th District Candidate Dawn Wolf Receives Endorsements from Kansas Farm Bureau’s VOTE FBF, Kansas Chamber PAC

Dawn Wolf
Dawn Wolf

Kansas Farm Bureau's (KFB) Voters Organized To Elect Farm Bureau Friends (VOTE FBF) political action committee recently announced its endorsements for Kansas Senate and House elections.

Since 1993, VOTE FBF has endorsed and supported candidates who support KFB policy and understand the needs of Kansas agriculture.  The 10-member VOTE FBF board also values the recommendations of members across the state based on their personal interactions with candidates.

Dawn Wolf of Bennington has received the Kansas Farm Bureau VOTE FBF's state House endorsement for the open 107th District seat.

Wolf says she's honored to have the support of the farmers and ranchers who make up Kansas Farm Bureau.

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In June, District 107 Representative Susan Concannon, a Republican from Beloit, officially withdrew her filing after serving six terms in the Kansas House of Representatives.  Concannon had previously filed for re-election in April 2024.

Wolf, a Republican, later filed for the 107th District seat, which includes Mitchell and Ottawa Counties, along with portions of Cloud and Saline Counties.

Wolf and her husband, Tim, have been married for 43 years and have four children and nine grandchildren.  They attend Bennington Bible Church.  Wolf is an active volunteer with many local organizations, and she works as an online coordinator for Bennington High School.

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Wolf is currently serving her second term as an Ottawa County Commissioner.

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The Kansas Chamber Political Action Committee (Chamber PAC) has also endorsed Wolf as a pro-job, pro-growth candidate, basing its endorsement on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, candidate positions, in-person interviews, and district analysis.

Wolf tells KNCK News she will be a champion for local control.

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In the August 6th Republican Primary election, Wolf will be challenged by Gerald Johnson.  Johnson, a combat veteran, and his wife, Amanda, along with their seven children, reside on a farm near Glasco in Cloud County.

Wolf says the 107th District is rooted in conservative Kansas values and she will fight to ensure they are represented in Topeka.

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Tuesday, July 16th is the deadline to register to vote in the 2024 Primary Election.  Advance voting in Cloud County will begin on Wednesday, July 17th.  In-person advance voting will be held in the Cloud County Clerk's Office in the Cloud County Courthouse from 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.