Owen Donohoe

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Owen Donohoe is a Republican member of the Kansas House of Representatives, representing the 39th district. He has served since 2007.

Donohoe moved to Kansas in 1989 to start his own medical device company, Donohoe and Associates. He has been married for 42 years and has five children and 15 grandchildren.[1]

Issue positions[edit]

Donohoe's website lists his main issues as energy, tackling the state budget crisis, tax relief, property rights, quality education, support for life and ethical stem-cell research, and lawful treatment of illegal immigrants.[2]

Donaoe describes himself as a "fiscal conservative, for limited government, a strong proponent of individual property rights, and pro-life."

Committee membership[edit]

  • Economic Development and Tourism (Vice-Chair)
  • Appropriations Committee
  • General Government Budget
  • Aging and Long Term Care
  • Joint Economic Committee

Major donors[edit]

The top five donors to Donohoe's 2008 campaign:[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rep. Owen Donohoe About Owen
  2. ^ Rep. Owen Donohoe - Issues
  3. ^ Follow the Money - 2008 Campaign Contributions

External links[edit]