|U.S. Senate, Kansas|
|Bachelor's||Kansas State University|
|Place of birth||Dodge City, Kansas|
He is a veteran of the United States Army, and currently works as a Case Manager for Homeless Veterans across northern Kansas. He attended Kansas State University, receiving a Bachelor's degree in Political Science.
Estabrook's website highlights the following campaign themes:
- Excerpt:"We must allow for annual adjustments in funding levels to reflect changes in educational costs over time, and allow all districts to recruit and retain competent, caring, qualified teachers and school leaders."
Women's Rights and Health
- Excerpt:"Aaron Estabrook believes that the American Dream is not exclusive to men. Women’s reproductive rights and choice in parenthood are fundamental decisions in pursuing the American Dream."
- Excerpt:"Aaron will offer common sense solutions that actually work in bringing businesses and jobs to our state. He will not gamble on a “trickle down” experiment that has had a history of failure."
- Excerpt:"Our service members deserve first rate care, unyielding compassion, and opportunity as they return from the battlefield."
Estabrook ran in the 2012 election for Kansas House of Representatives District 67. He ran unopposed in the August 7 Democratic primary and was defeated by incumbent Tom Phillips (R) in the general election which took place on November 6, 2012.
|Kansas House of Representatives, District 67, General Election, 2012|
|Republican||Tom Phillips Incumbent||63.9%||6,442|
Estabrook and his wife have two children.
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- Official campaign website
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Aaron Estabrook on Facebook
- Aaron Estabrook on Twitter
- Hutch News, "Political David versus Goliath," accessed September 24, 2013
- The Green Papers, "Kansas Senate," accessed September 24, 2013
- "vote4estabrook," Official Campaign Website
- Kansas Secretary of State, "Candidates for the 2012 primary (official)," retrieved July 9, 2012.
- Kansas Secretary of State, 2012 Unofficial Kansas General Election Results, accessed November 27, 2012