Phill Kline To Speak To Republican Assembly

Kansas Attorney General candidate Phill Kline will be the guest speaker at the Monday April 29th meeting of the Riley County Republican Assembly. The meeting will be held at the Manhattan Public Library starting at 7:00 p.m.

Kline served eight years in the Kansas House, he is widely known for his successful efforts to provide tax relief, improve education and reform welfare. Kline held prominent leadership positions in the Legislature as chairman of the Taxation and the Appropriations committees. He is a nationally recognized speaker on the issue of citizen privacy and has worked extensively on reforming state laws regarding the treatment of developmentally disabled children.

Kline is from Shawnee, Kansas and practiced law at Blackwell Sanders for eight years and co-hosted the popular political talk show The Phill and Mary Show on KMBZ with Mary O"Halloran. He was elected to the Kansas House of Representatives in 1992. Kline and wife Deborah also are small business owners, producing and distributing a daily radio show.

The Riley County Republican Assembly is a Reagan-Bush Wing of the Republican Party. The Kansas Republican Assembly unites conservatives, both economic and social whose interests range from tax cuts, small business, and land use issues, to pro-life and pro-family concerns to advance traditional Republican values in Kansas. The County and State organizations work to coordinate the efforts of existing organization and empower them to make a difference within the Republican Party, much like the diverse coalition that led Ronald Reagan to two victories.