• Endorsement: KNEA and NEA

    It's an honor to have the support of teachers from all across our district, our state, and our country. I will always be the first to raise my hand for public education in Washington.

  • EMILY's List

    I'm very excited to say that I am #OnTheList! The powerhouse of over 3 million people fighting for women's rights believe I have mounted a promising campaign and that Lynn Jenkins, who voted against equal pay for women, can be defeated

  • I've been added to MSNBC's "36 Women to Watch in 2014"!

    I am humbled but very excited to be in the company of these amazing women, including Wendy Davis running for Governor in Texas, Allison Lundergan Grimes who is opposing McConnell in Kentucky, and Senator Kay Hagan of North Carolina.

TEAM WAKEFIELD

This campaign relies on reaching out person to person and neighbor to neighbor. That's the type of campaign we need to win. 

Will you sign up to volunteer and help take our district, state, and nation back today?

Getting Social

Don’t be shy, join the coversation! Margie is active on Facebook and Twitter in order to connect with everyone in Kansas’ 2nd Congressional District.

Margie Wakefield for Kansas

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Sunday September 21, 2014

@MargieforKS

Thank you to the Leavenworth County Democrats for giving me the opportunity to speak at their picnic. Great crowd! http://t.co/qVZCxA1fPB

Saturday September 20, 2014

@MargieforKS

#TeamWakefield is well-represented in Frontenac this morning! http://t.co/SGdSh18R54

Saturday September 20, 2014

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Friday September 19, 2014

Margie Wakefield for Kansas

Congress is leaving town! You read that right. GOP leadership in Congress, including Vice Chairwoman Jenkins, called for an early recess, deciding to skip town and hit the campaign trail two weeks earlier than expected because, to them, winning elections is much more important than doing the people's work. The worst part is that you're footing the bill for a Congresswoman that won't work for you...literally! With so much work left on their desks in the House, it's outrageous to me that Congresswoman Jenkins and the rest of her party's leadership have decided that a two-month break is appropriate for them. They've tried dysfunction. They've tried obstruction. Now, they're trying vacation. I need you to share this post with your friends and your family. Show them their tax dollars (not) at work!

Friday September 19, 2014

@MargieforKS

A big thank you to Katie for showing me around Garnett. She's a young woman doing great work promoting her community. http://t.co/Xj7dJwiHGw

Thursday September 18, 2014

@MargieforKS

@Women4KS We could always use volunteers, of course! And, yes, we do have yard signs there, too!

Thursday September 18, 2014

@MargieforKS

I have a great new office at the corner of Washington and Madison in Iola. If you're in Allen County, come visit us! http://t.co/fmwsp6LV0y

Thursday September 18, 2014

@MargieforKS

I just met with city officials in Humboldt to discuss their efforts to revitalize their community. Now, I'm at our campaign HQ in Iola!

Thursday September 18, 2014

@MargieforKS

I just toured downtown Chanute with a great group of women. They're working hard to spotlight local businesses. http://t.co/A1seRc8NpV

Thursday September 18, 2014


Your Thoughts

I've already told you what I think about a handful of issues. I want to know where you stand. Please take the surveys below and join the conversation! 

A recent poll done by the Wind Coalition and the Climate + Energy Project says that 91% of Kansas voters are strongly supportive of using renewable energy. Are you in support of using renewable energy?
If you answered other to the previous question, please explain why.
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has estimated that an increase in the federal minimum wage to $10.10 would pull 900,000 Americans out of poverty and increase the net income of 16.5 million. CBO also estimates that it could reduce employment by 500,000 jobs. I'd like everyone to take the survey below and tell me what you think. Is it better to raise incomes and pull nearly a million people out of poverty at the expense of half a million jobs that currently pay $7.25. Or is it better to keep the status quo?
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