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Revision as of 07:42, 26 June 2010

Stephen Morris
Kansas Senate District 39
Assumed office
Current term ends
Political party Republican
Profession Farmer
Website Senate site

Stephen Morris is a Republican member of the Kansas State Senate, representing the 39th District since 1993. He has been the President of the Senate since 2004. Previously, from 1977 to 1993, he was the President and Vice-President of the Unified School District 210 Board of Education.

Policy Positions

Sen. Morris does not list his issue positions on his website.

See: Stephen Morris's issue positions from Project Vote Smart

Recent legislation sponsored or co-sponsored by Sen. Morris includes:[1]

  • An amendment to create a budget stabilization fund[2]

Committee assignments

Sen. Morris serves on these legislative committees:[3]



On November 4, 2008, Morris was re-elected to the 39th District Seat in the Kansas State Senate with no opposition. [4] He raised $184,420 for his campaign. [5]

Kansas State Senate, District 39 (2008)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.pngStephen Morris (R) 18,215 100%

Campaign Donors

In 2008 Morris collected $184,420 in donations.[6]

Four of his largest contributors were:

Donor Amount
AT&T $2,250
Kansans for Quality Mental Health Services $2,000
High Plains Telecommunications $2,000
Kansas Association of Realtors $2,000

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Preceded by
Kansas Senate District 39
Succeeded by