Elizabeth Patton is currently a Field Representative for American Majority in Kansas, which she joined in June of 2008. American Majority is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, nonpartisan educational institute that is dedicated to individual freedom and free markets. In order to encourage liberty-minded individuals that they have the power to make a difference in their state and community, American Majority offers training sessions for candidates running for office in each level of government and activists. The President of American Majority is Ned Ryun and the Executive Director for American Majority Kansas is Shari Weber and the President of the Board is Dennis Wilson.
Elizabeth currently lives in Topeka with her husband, Mike Patton, a student at Washburn School of Law and son of State Representative Joe Patton.
Before joining American Majority, Elizabeth worked for the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, an independent state-based think tank promoting free enterprise and limited government. Throughout her college career, Elizabeth served on many campaigns and was largely involved in grassroots implementation and organization.
Patton, the daughter of an Army officer, has lived all over the world and traveled extensively with her parents. Her nomadic lifestyle led to a scattered but complete education in both public and private schools. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Oklahoma Christian University and holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Political Science and English with an emphasis in American History.
While at Oklahoma Christian University, Elizabeth was the President of Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society, director of the Campus Voter Registration Drive and took an active role in motivating students to participate in government and politics.