January 31, 2018
Brunk Files for Sedgwick County Commission
Wichita, KS – Steve Brunk filed papers and announced today that he is a candidate for the Sedgwick County Commission in District 1.
Brunk, a former legislator who represented residents of the 85th District in the Kansas House of Representatives for 13 years, made his announcement at the Sedgwick County Courthouse Wednesday afternoon.
“I look forward to visiting door-to-door with voters in Sedgwick County’s First District over the next few months. The residents of House District 85 trusted me to represent them in the Kansas Legislature and it was a privilege that I took very seriously. If the voters once again elect me, I would be honored to provide that same stewardship and leadership at the local level, Brunk stated.
“I believe my philosophy that government should perform core functions to accomplish what the private sector cannot and that our policies should promote free markets, protect individual freedoms and traditional family values resonates with the voters in Sedgwick County’s First District.”
The First Commission District covers most of northeast Wichita and northeast Sedgwick County north of Kellogg and roughly east of Hillside/Oliver as well as a portion of the I-135 corridor south of Kellogg. The cities of Eastborough, Bel Aire and part of Kechi are in the First District.