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Information about 
State Representative 
Tom Sawyer

HELPFUL STATE PHONE NUMBERS AND LINKS 

 State Representative Tom Sawyer:


Capitol Phone number for Tom Sawyer at the House Minority Leader's office: 785-296-7630

Visit or write Tom Sawyer at his Capitol office: State Capitol- Office 359-W, Topeka, KS 66612

Toll Free Legislative Hotline: 800-432-3924 (January to May only) You can leave a message for Representative Tom Sawyer and/or State Senator Mary Ware. 

Tom Sawyer's home phone number in Wichita: 265-7096

Write Tom Sawyer at his home address:  1041 S. Elizabeth St. Wichita, KS 67213 

Personal email address for Tom Sawyer: tom@tomsawyer2wayradios.com

Official state email address for Tom Sawyer: Tom.Sawyer@house.KS.gov

You can text Tom Sawyer at 316-265-7096

You can follow Tom Sawyer's twitter at: @RepTomSawyer


State Senator Mary Ware:


Capitol Phone Number:  785-296-7391

Capitol Office:  135-E,  Topeka, KS 66612

Personal Phone: 316-778-9678

Write Senator Ware at: PO Box 1974, Wichita, KS 67201

Official State email: Mary.Ware@senate.ks.gov

Other email: Mary@WareforKansas.com


Governor Laura Kelly's Office:

Constituent Services: 800-748-4408

Governor's Official State web-site: https://governor.ks.gov/

State of Kansas Official web-site:  www.kansas.gov

Unemployment Benefits web-site link: GetKansasBenefits.gov

State Resource site for COVID-19:www.COVID.KS.GOV

 

Former Kansas Governor Bill Graves.  Governor Graves served from 1995 until 2003.  He was preceded by Joan Finney and was succeeded by Kathleen Sebelius -the first two female governors in Kansas history. Laura Kelly is not only the third female governor in Kansas History but Kansas is the only state to have elected 3 female Democratic Governors. 

State Treasurer Lynn Rogers Office:


State Treasurer Main Office:  785-296-3171

Unclaimed Property:
785-296-4165 
800-432-0386

Kansas LEARNING QUEST link 

Kansas ABLE SAVINGS account link

Kansas Scholarshop (access to 6 million college scholarships) link:

Kansas Secretary of State: 


 Secretary of State Main Office: 785-296-4561

 Business Services: 785-296-4564

 Elections: 800-262-8683

Other State wide Officials:

Attorney General:

Consumer Hotline:  800-432-2310

Crime Victims Line: 800-828-9745

Do Not Call List: 888-382-1222

 

Insurance Commissioner:

Consumer Assistance: 800-432-2484

Main Office: 785-296-3071

Producer Licensing Division: 785-296-7862

Little Known Fact:

Kansas Insurance Commissioner Vicki Schmidt and her husband grew up in south Wichita and attended the same church, West Side United Methodist Church, that Tom Sawyer attends. 

More Helpful Phone Numbers:

Dept of Aging:   800-432-3535

Wichita Taxpayer Assistance Center: 337-6167

Child Abuse and Neglect: 800-922-5330

Disability Resources Center:  855-200-2372

Elderly Abuse:  800-922-5330

Family & Children Services: 800-922-5330

State Library- Reference Section: 800-432-3919

Poison Control:   800-222-1222

Check State Road Conditions:  511

KCC Utility Complaints Helpline:  800-662-0027

Injured Workers Hotline:  800-332-0353

Gambling Problem Helpline: 800-522-4700

Alzheimer's Helpline for caregivers: 800-272-3900

Social Security Administration:  800-772-1213

 

Links to other web-sites

Official Kansas Legislature web-site: http://www.kslegislature.org/

Wichita Eagle: http://www.kansas.com/

Official State of Kansas web-site: http://www.kansas.gov/

Kansas Democratic Party:  http://www.ksdp.org/

Tom Sawyer 2 Way Radios: http://www.tomsawyer2wayradios.com/

A site that shows all of the latest state by state polling for President & US Senate

Link to Summary of Legislation, Legislative Highlights and other information about laws passed this session:

 

 Kansas Legislative Research Dept link to PDFs about 2014 legislative actions: http://www.kslegresearch.org/Repts&Pubs.htm/



 

"...Mr. Sawyer was minority leader of the Kansas House before resigning in 1998 to run for governor against Bill Graves.  While he was in leadership, some party members grumbled that he wasn't partisan enough.  But that is what made him so effective.  And since returning to the Legislature two years ago, he has continued to reach across the aisle to get things done."  -Wichita Eagle Editorial 10/21/04