Tag Archives: young elected officials

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 >


Florida Agriculture Commissioner Begins Gubernatorial Run

By John Celock Florida’s agriculture commissioner officially kicked off his 2018 gubernatorial bid Wednesday, a move anticipated for years. Agriculture…  Read More >


Kansas Governor Appoints Nation’s Youngest Statewide Official

By John Celock Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback (R) has named a 28-year-old state senator as the new state treasurer and…  Read More >


Young Councilman Continues Fun Fundraiser Tradition

By John Celock One young town official in New Jersey is continuing his tradition of campaign events that could resemble…  Read More >


Who Is America’s Youngest Statewide Elected Official

Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles (obtained from Kentucky Department of Agriculture website) By John Celock Last week’s election ushered in…  Read More >


Young Ticket Releases First Ad

By John Celock The Democratic ticket in a college-dominated district in North Dakota is making higher education a centerpiece of…  Read More >