Mah files for Kansas State Board of Education

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Ann Mah

TOPEKA – Former state representative Ann Mah has filed to run for the Kansas State Board of Education, District 4. The seat represents all of Shawnee, Osage and Jefferson counties, along with portions of Douglas, Wabaunsee and Pottawatomie counties.

“I will work for constitutional funding for public schools, quality teachers, and a world-class education for every Kansas child,” said Mah.

Mah served in the Kansas House of Representatives for four terms, and was appointed to the House Education and Higher Education Committees. She has served on the Kansas Department of Education QPA Advisory Council and the AdvancEd Kansas State Committee, accrediting both public and private K-12 schools. She is also a former high school science teacher and area manager with AT&T/Southwestern Bell.

“Public schools are under attack and someone has to stand up to the governor and the legislature,” said Mah. “My legislative experience will bring a valuable perspective to the board.”

Mah has been a resident of Shawnee County for the past 30 years. She and her husband, Shawnee County Treasurer Larry Mah, have one son, Cary, and two grandchildren.


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