Sen. Jerry Moran to meet with Agribusiness Council on May 29

Sen. Jerry Moran to meet with Agribusiness Council on May 29

Venue will change for May 29 Argibusiness Council event because of anticipated large crowd to meet with Sen. Jerry Moran

This month, the Agri-Business Council of Sedgwick County members will have the privilege of a one-on-one visit with a U.S. Senator. Be sure and send your RSVP now so we can plan for this large lunch crowd.

Sen. Jerry Moran will visit members and guests on May 29. Because a large crowd is anticipated.  The Council will utilize a new venue, as well as a later time to help accommodate the Senator's intense time schedule. The event will be at either the Drury Plaza Hotel Broadview or the Hyatt Regency. Watch for a further announcement of which venue will be utilized.

SPEAKING MAY 29: Sen. Jerry Moran will meet with the Agribusiness Council of Sedgwick County on May 29. Keep watching this space for final plans on a change of venue to accomodate a larger-than-normal crowd.

After serving seven terms in the United States House of Representatives, Kansans elected Jerry Moran to the United States Senate in 2010. Since joining the U.S. Senate, Senator Moran has been a leading advocate for protecting and preserving the special way of life in Kansas.
 
As Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Agriculture, he has the opportunity to focus on investing in policies that are vital to Kansas’ rural communities. Through his work on the Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee, Senator Moran continues his long-time commitment to strengthening the economy, opening up foreign markets to U.S. exports, and fostering the growth of small businesses.
 
For the 2014 election cycle, Senator Moran served as National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman . Under Senator Moran’s leadership, Republicans gained a net increase of nine seats, the largest Senate swing by any party since 1980 and the largest Senate gain in a midterm election since 1958.
 
Before his election to public office, Jerry Moran attended Fort Hays State University and later the University of Kansas, where he completed a degree in economics. After an early career as a small town banker, he received his J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law. Jerry and his wife Robba continue to live in Kansas. 

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