Prosecutor. Small-Town Banker. Professor. Citizen Lawmaker.

Growing up in Plainville, Kansas, instilled in Jerry Moran a tireless work ethic, strong Kansas values and real-life experiences that shaped him into the leader he is today. The son of hard-working Kansans, Jerry’s dad was a pump operator for Skelly Oil; his mom was the lady you paid your light bill to.

Life in Western Kansas shaped Jerry’s core beliefs: That your word is your bond. The importance of community. Never backing down from what you believe in. The value of a dollar. The honor of serving your fellow citizens.

Jerry started college close to home at Fort Hays State University — years later he would return as an adjunct professor. In 1974, he was selected to intern in the U.S. House of Representatives during the impeachment hearings for President Richard Nixon. Two years later, Jerry graduated from the University of Kansas with a bachelor’s degree in economics.

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Atheist Group Removes ‘God Bless America’ Sign but Residents Put Up 1500 More

February 4, 2016

Via The Christian Post Residents in Pittsburg, Kansas have placed over 1,000 “God Bless America” signs throughout their town after a national atheist organization ordered the local post office to remove a banner with the same phrase. The Pittsburg Post…


Cargill opens $50m distribution centre in Kansas

January 25, 2016

Via Global Meat News Cargill has opened a new $50m distribution centre in Kansas, US, which can ship and simultaneously store around 40,000 boxes per day. http://www.globalmeatnews.com/Financial/Cargill-opens-50m-distribution-centre-in-Kansas


A Kansas Day remembrance

January 25, 2016

Via Hutch News The history of Kansas is one replete with humble but aspirational men and women. Our state has raised many national leaders who, over the years, have helped Kansas and the nation overcome many obstacles. Yet, our state’s…