Kelly Kultala

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Kelly Kultala is a Democratic former member of the Kansas Senate, representing the 5th District from 2008 to 2012. She also served as the 5th District Commissioner for the government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City from 2001 to 2005. She has served on the Piper School Board and is a current member of the Wyandotte County Library Board. She is married with three children. She is a practicing Roman Catholic.[1]

Kultala was selected by state Sen. Tom Holland to be his running mate in the 2010 Kansas gubernatorial election.[2] Unopposed in the primary,[3] Kultala was the Democratic Party's nominee for Lieutenant Governor of Kansas.

Previous committee assignments[edit]

Kultala served on these legislative committees:[4]

  • Local Government
  • Transportation
  • Ethics and Elections
  • Joint Committee on Home and Community Based Services Oversight
  • Joint Committee on Special Claims Against the State
  • Joint Committee on State-Tribal Relations
  • Ways and Means


Kultala co-sponsored a bill regarding elections and an election commissioner[5] as well as various other Senate bills.[6]


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