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Megan Lynn
Member of the Kansas House of Representatives
from the 49th district
Assumed office
January 2019
Preceded byScott Schwab
Personal details
BornJuly 15
Political partyRepublican
Spouse(s)Chad Lynn
EducationMuskingum University (BS) Bowling Green State University (MS)
Websitewww.meganlynnforkansas.com

Megan Lynn is an American politician. She represents the 49th District in the Kansas House of Representatives.[1] A member of the Republican Party, Lynn was first elected in 2018 and she is concurrently serving as the precinct committeewoman representing Olathe Ward 4 Precinct 18. [2]

Personal life

Lynn (née Miller) was born and raised in Amherst, Ohio. She attended Muskingum University where she received her bachelor's degree in political science and biology. She later obtained her master's degree in microbiology from Bowling Green State University. Lynn worked as a developmental biologist for eight years before she switched to a career in children's ministries.[3]

Lynn married her husband, Chad, in 2003. Lynn and her husband currently reside in Olathe, KS, with their three children. Lynn is currently employed in children's ministries at the College Church of the Nazarene in Olathe, KS.[4]

Kansas Legislature

During the 2019, 2020, and 2021 legislative sessions, Lynn sat on the Health and Human Services Committee, the Financial Institutions and Pensions Committee, and the Social Services Budget Committee.[5] Lynn was appointed vice chair of the Social Services Budget Committee for the 2021 legislative session. [6]

Election History

In 2018, Lynn won the primary election 88.95% to 11.05%, defeating Republican Fsehazion Desalegn. In the general election of that year, Lynn defeated Democrat Darnell Hunt 53.83% to 46.10%.[7][8]
In 2020 Lynn was challenged by Democrat Katie Dixon, and won the general election 51.02% to 48.88%.[9]

References

  1. ^ Megan Lynn Official Kansas Legislature Web Page|http://www.kslegislature.org/li/b2019_20/members/rep_lynn_megan_1/
  2. ^ 2018 Johnson County (Kansas) Republican Primary Election Results|https://jocoelection.org/sites/default/files/08-14-2018-17-14/Official%20Final%20Results%20Augt%202018_CommitteePeople.pdf
  3. ^ Megan Lynn Campaign Web Page - About Section|http://www.meganlynnforkansas.com/meetmegan.html
  4. ^ Megan Lynn Campaign Web Page - About Section|http://www.meganlynnforkansas.com/meetmegan.html
  5. ^ Megan Lynn Official Kansas Legislature Website|http://www.kslegislature.org/li/b2019_20/members/rep_lynn_megan_1/
  6. ^ Megan Lynn Official Kansas Legislature Website|http://www.kslegislature.org/li/b2021_22/members/rep_lynn_megan_1/
  7. ^ 2018 Johnson County (Kansas) Official Final Primary Election Results|https://jocoelection.org/sites/default/files/08-14-2018-17-14/Official%20Final%20Results%20Augt%202018_CommitteePeople.pdf
  8. ^ 2018 Johnson County (Kansas) Official Final General Election Results||https://jocoelection.org/sites/default/files/11-15-2018-16-35/Official%20Final%20Results.pdf
  9. ^ 2020 Johnson County (Kansas) Official Final General Election Results||https://jocoelection.org/sites/default/files/11-12-2020-16-41/November%203%2C%202020%20General%20Election%20-%20Official%20Final%20Results.pdf