Cindy Holscher will work to end the Brownback experiment so as to benefit public schools, fairness and economic development. Her experience as an effective business manager and committed volunteer in the schools, church and PTA have proven she can get things done and is in touch with the community.
Holscher has twelve years corporate experience with Sprint Yellow Pages including in budgeting, marketing and management. She has lived in Johnson County fifteen years, during which time she has been involved with various organizations including Harvesters’ BackSnack program and the PTA. Holscher has spent many hours serving as a volunteer for local schools. She and her husband have three children who attend public schools in the Olathe district.
Rep. Holscher delivers local groups’ letters opposing ‘school choice’ initiatives to Betsy DeVos at JCCC visit
Lenexa Rep. Cindy Holscher used the occasion of Betsy DeVos’s visit to Johnson County Community College on Thursday to hand deliver a selection of letters from area education advocates opposing the “school choice” efforts favored by the U.S. Secretary of Education. At...read more
Behind the scenes bipartisan meetings initiated by Democratic Rep. Cindy Holscher and Republican Rep. Stephanie Clayton played a crucial role in the Legislature reaching consensus on the final tax bill. The meetings were first made up of moderate Republican and...read more
Sen. Kelly said the tax plan the Women’s Caucus crafted was more progressive than the one that passed. Still, the final bill accomplishes significant reforms. It closes the so-called “LLC-loophole” that granted doctors, farmers and business owners income tax...read more
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Mainstream Coalition PAC
Kansas Families for Education
Stand Up Blue Valley
Kansas National Education Association
Johnson County Educators
Kansas Sierra Club
American Federation of Teachers-Kansas
We’re proud to have earned the support of the following individuals!
Paid for by Holscher for Kansas – Debby Daniels, Treasurer