PRESS RELEASE: Lee Borck, Lori Fink and Rep. Ken Rahjes named as Co-Chairs for Selzer Agriculture Advisory Committee

Topeka, KS May 15, 2018– Lee Borck, Manhattan, Lori Fink, Randolph and Kansas State Representative Ken Rahjes, Agra, have been named co-chairs for Ken Selzer, CPA for Governor Agriculture Advisory Committee.

“Kansas needs a Champion for Agriculture and Agricultural products and Ken Selzer is that Champion. Ken is the only candidate running in the Republican Primary with both an ag and a business background. Ken and Deb own a farm in Miami County. They understand hard work and the rural way of life.” said co-chairs Lee Borck, Lori Fink and Rep. Rahjes. 

Other members of the advisory committee include:  Rob DeWeese, Pratt; Jim Musil, Blue Rapids; Brian Linin, Goodland; Stan Stark, Spearville; Russ Walker, Fredonia and Howard Woodbury, Quenemo.

“Our campaign is pleased to have these well-respected members of the Kansas Agricultural community serving as advisors and guiding the campaign’s ag polices.  I am very humbled to have their support as they join our Campaign for Governor,” said Ken Selzer, CPA.

“This year alone, I’ve attended over 35 Kansas Farm Bureau Board of Director meetings, 18 KLA County Dinners, the KLA Annual meeting, and Kansas Farm Bureau Annual meeting.  I understand the issues and concerns regarding property tax policy, water policy, drought, commodity prices, rural health care and the need for economic development,” said Ken Selzer, CPA.

Ken Selzer, CPA, is a fourth-generation Kansan. Ken grew up in McPherson and Marion Counties in central Kansas. He has been married for 37 years to his wife, Deb, from rural Miami County, KS. They have two daughters, Mallory and Mackenzie. Mallory and her husband, Colin, are the proud parents of Ken and Deb’s first grandchild.







Kansans for Selzer, Inc., 13725 Metcalf, Box 358, Overland Park, KS 66223


Paid for by Kansans for Selzer, Inc., Mike Marsh, CPA - Treasurer

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