MULBERRY – Lifelong resident of Southeast Kansas, Bryan Hoffman, filed Friday with the Kansas Secretary of State’s Office for the Senate’s 13th District, which includes Cherokee and Crawford counties along with portions of Bourbon and Labette counties.
“I am an average, hardworking Kansan with a career building roads, bridges, and sidewalks,” said Hoffman. “Southeast Kansas needs a leader willing to fight to improve our schools, our highways, and our local economy. I will be that leader.”
Hoffman has spent the past eleven years working in a trade union, he is currently a member of Carpenters Local Union 311. He has spent his entire adult life in construction. As the job superintendent on road and bridges projects, he understands the importance of investing in infrastructure across the state.
“The state of Kansas is finally on a path to recovery, and next year the Legislature will begin working on a 10-year transportation plan,” said Hoffman. “Unlike my opponent who voted against highway funding, I will fight to create jobs right here at home and ensure expansion of Highway 69.”
Hoffman is a graduate of Northeast High School in Arma, Kansas. He is married to Terri Hoffman, Operations Specialist at Girard National Bank. Together, they have four children, and live on their family farm in Mulberry, where they run a small cattle operation in their spare time.
Paid for by Senate Democratic Committee, Will Lawrence, Treasurer