Mike Petersen (politician)

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Mike Petersen
Member of the Kansas Senate
from the 28th district
Assumed office
2005
Personal details
Born (1960-10-05) October 5, 1960 (age 57)[1]
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Shelby Petersen
Residence Wichita, Kansas
Profession Industrial electrician

Mike Petersen is a Republican member of the Kansas Senate, representing Kansas' 28th District since 2005.

He is an industrial electrician from Wichita, and is married to Shelby Petersen.

Committee assignments[edit]

Petersen serves on these legislative committees:[2]

  • Joint Committee on Information Technology (chair)
  • Transportation (chair)
  • Utilities (Vice-Chair)
  • Joint Committee on Kansas Security
  • Clean Power Plan Implementation Study Committee
  • Judiciary
  • Telecommunications Study Committee
  • Assessment and Taxation
  • Transportation and Public Safety Subcommittee, Ways and Means

Elections[edit]

2012[edit]

Petersen was unopposed in the 2012 Republican primary, winning 2,632 votes. He defeated Democratic nominee Keith Humphrey by a margin of 9,853 to 7,957 in the general election — a 52.7- to 47.3-percent margin.[3][4]

2016[edit]

Petersen faced Jo Hillman in the 2016 Republican primary, winning with a margin of 74% to 25% of the vote.[5] In the general election, he defeated Keith Humphrey once again, winning by a margin of 9,915 to 9,353 votes.[6]

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