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|Kansas House of Representatives District 86|
|2001 - 2013|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 6, 2012|
In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Loganbill served on the following committees:
- Education Committee, Kansas House of Representatives
- Federal and State Affairs Committee, Kansas House of Representatives, Ranking Minority Member
- Government Efficiency Committee, Kansas House of Representatives
- Kansas Security Committee, Kansas State Legislature
In the 2009-2010 legislative session, Loganbill served on the following committees:
- Education Committee, House of Representatives
- Federal and State Affairs Committee, House of Representatives (Ranking Member)
- Government Efficiency and Fiscal Oversight Committee, House of Representatives
- Kansas Security Joint Committee, State Legislature
Loganbill refused to take Project Vote Smart's 2008 Political Courage Test. The test, which is administered to all candidates for presidential, congressional, gubernatorial, and state legislative offices, asks one central question - "Are you willing to tell citizens your positions on the issues you will most likely face on their behalf?"
Has not sponsored any major legislation.
Loganbill ran in the 2012 election for Kansas House of Representatives District 86. She was defeated by District 86 incumbent Jim Ward in the August 7 Democratic primary. John Stevens ran unopposed in the Republican primary. James Pruden is the Libertarian candidate. The general election took place on November 6, 2012.
|Kansas House of Representatives, District 86 Democratic Primary, 2012|
|Jim Ward Incumbent||56.9%||468|
|Judith Loganbill Incumbent||43.1%||354|
|Kansas House of Representatives, District 86 General Election (2010)|
|Judith Loganbill (D)||2,009|
|John Stevens (R)||1,670|
On November 4, 2008, Loganbill was re-elected to the 86th District Seat in the Kansas House of Representatives, defeating John Stevens (R) and James Pruden (L).  Loganbill raised $23,893 for her campaign, while Stevens raised $18,580 and Pruden raised $0. 
|Kansas House of Representatives, District 86|
|Judith Loganbill (D)||3,527||60.6%|
|John Stevens (R)||2,022||34.7%|
|James Pruden (L)||264||4.5%|
In 2010, Loganbill received $19,919 in campaign donations. The largest contributors to the campaign are listed below.
|Kansas House of Representatives 2010 election - Campaign Contributions|
|Top contributors to Judith Loganbill's campaign in 2010|
|Kansas Contractors Association||$1,000|
|Kansas Optometric Association||$1,000|
|Wichita-Hutchinson Labor Federation||$1,000|
|Kansas National Education Association||$1,000|
|Total Raised in 2010||$19,919|
In 2008 Loganbill collected $23,893 in donations.
Her five largest contributors were:
|Kansas Contractors Association||$1,000|
|Kansans for Lifesaving Cures||$1,000|
|Kansas Trial Lawyers Association||$1,000|
|Kansas Optometric Association||$750|
|Kansas National Education Association||$750|
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- Kansas Legislature - Judith Loganbill
- Project Vote Smart profile
- Kansas Votes profile
- State Surge - Legislative and voting track record
- Campaign contributions: 2000, 2002, 2006, 2008
- Project Vote Smart - Rep. Loganbill Issue Positions
- Kansas Legislature - Bills Introduced by Member
- Kansas Secretary of State, "Candidates for the 2012 primary (official)," retrieved July 16, 2012.
- C-SPAN, "Kansas - Summary Vote Results," retrieved August 7, 2012.
- Official Kansas House of Representatives General Election Results, 2010
- 2008 Kansas Election Results
- Kansas House of Representatives, 2008 Money Raised
- Follow the Money - 2010 Campaign contributions
- Follow the Money - 2008 Campaign Contributions
|Kansas House of Representatives District 86
| Succeeded by|
Jim Ward (D)
State of Kansas
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