Tag Archives: young elected officials

State Advances Bill On Governor Age Limit

By John Celock Kansas lawmakers have advanced legislation requiring an age limit and residency requirement for governor and other statewide…  Read More >


Former Miss America Announces For Congress

By John Celock A former Miss America has announced a challenge to an eight term Republican congressman from Alabama. Mallory…  Read More >


Teach For America Veteran Announces For Arkansas Governor

By John Celock A former statewide head of Teach for America has become the first Democrat to enter the race…  Read More >


Idaho Lawmaker Seeks To Be First Native-American Governor

By John Celock A second term Native American state legislator in Idaho has kicked off her bid for governor in…  Read More >


Hartford Mayor Looking At Governor Run

By John Celock Hartford’s first term mayor is exploring a bid to become the nation’s youngest governor. Mayor Luke Bronin…  Read More >


35-Year-Old Announces For Iowa Auditor

By John Celock A 35-year-old white collar criminal prosecutor is seeking to become Iowa’s next state auditor. Democrat Rob Sand…  Read More >


Missouri Attorney General Seeks to Be Nation’s Youngest Senator

By John Celock Missouri’s first term Republican attorney general has announced his bid against a Democratic senator and become the…  Read More >


Michigan House Speaker Announces Statewide Bid

By John Celock Michigan’s state House speaker is aiming to become the country’s latest statewide elected official under the age…  Read More >


Analysis: Lawmaker’s Resignation Highlights Conflict For Young Electeds

By John Celock In announcing his resignation from the Kansas House of Representatives Monday, state Rep. John Wilson (D-Lawrence) hit…  Read More >


Young State Legislator Resigns

By John Celock A young state legislator in Kansas has announced his resignation citing the conflicting demands of family, work…  Read More >