• Fixer

    Kansans need a Congresswoman who will commit to making education a top priority. Now, because of your hard work and support, we're sharing that message with voters all over the district with our first TV ad.

  • Endorsement: KNEA and NEA

    It's an honor to have the support of teachers from all across our district, our state, and our country. I will always be the first to raise my hand for public education in Washington.

  • EMILY's List

    I'm very excited to say that I am #OnTheList! The powerhouse of over 3 million people fighting for women's rights believe I have mounted a promising campaign and that Lynn Jenkins, who voted against equal pay for women, can be defeated

  • I've been added to MSNBC's "36 Women to Watch in 2014"!

    I am humbled but very excited to be in the company of these amazing women, including Wendy Davis running for Governor in Texas, Allison Lundergan Grimes who is opposing McConnell in Kentucky, and Senator Kay Hagan of North Carolina.

TEAM WAKEFIELD

This campaign relies on reaching out person to person and neighbor to neighbor. That's the type of campaign we need to win. 

Will you sign up to volunteer and help take our district, state, and nation back today?

Getting Social

Don’t be shy, join the coversation! Margie is active on Facebook and Twitter in order to connect with everyone in Kansas’ 2nd Congressional District.

Margie Wakefield for Kansas

Margie Wakefield for Kansas commented on her own link.

Monday September 29, 2014

@MargieforKS

For those who were unable to attend, here's a link to video of the debate courtesy of "The Cardinal" at Eudora HS: http://t.co/vHZFhanNPa

Monday September 29, 2014

Margie Wakefield for Kansas

VIDEO: Debate at Eudora Middle School Yesterday, I had my first debate with Congresswoman Jenkins. I know that Kansans are fed up with gridlock, dysfunction, and obstruction in Congress. We need, expect, and deserve a Representative who will go to Washington to bring people together to get the job done. That's what I'll do, and I got to share that message in our debate yesterday. Also, I saw so many Wakefield shirts and buttons out in the crowd yesterday. Thank you for all of your support, Team Wakefield. For those who were unable to attend to the debate, here's a link to video coverage courtesy of the staff of "The Cardinal" at Eudora High School.

Monday September 29, 2014

@MargieforKS

Thank you for all of your support, #TeamWakefield. It was so humbling to see all of the Wakefield shirts and buttons in the crowd.

Sunday September 28, 2014

@MargieforKS

Kansans need a Representative who will go to D.C. to get the job done. That's what I'll do, and I got to share that message in Eudora today.

Sunday September 28, 2014

@MargieforKS

The debate begins! Good luck, Margie! http://t.co/Ayf4ZXxWXr

Sunday September 28, 2014

@MargieforKS

REMINDER: My first debate with Congresswoman Jenkins is at 2 PM at Eudora Middle School. Seating is limited, but I'd love to see you there!

Sunday September 28, 2014

@MargieforKS

It's beautiful afternoon for football in the district. Family Day for the Gorillas. Homecoming for the Jayhawks. Let's get two big wins!

Saturday September 27, 2014

@MargieforKS

Rise and shine, #TeamWakefield! We're out at the "Artist Alley" Parade in Chanute with a great group of volunteers! http://t.co/NrtNjsVxzE

Saturday September 27, 2014

Margie Wakefield for Kansas

#TeamWakefield: Margie's first debate with Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins is this Sunday in Eudora, and we need your help to fill the auditorium with supporters! Invite your Facebook friends to attend the debate! To RSVP: http://bit.ly/1B7SL93

Wednesday September 24, 2014


Your Thoughts

I've already told you what I think about a handful of issues. I want to know where you stand. Please take the surveys below and join the conversation! 

A recent poll done by the Wind Coalition and the Climate + Energy Project says that 91% of Kansas voters are strongly supportive of using renewable energy. Are you in support of using renewable energy?
If you answered other to the previous question, please explain why.
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has estimated that an increase in the federal minimum wage to $10.10 would pull 900,000 Americans out of poverty and increase the net income of 16.5 million. CBO also estimates that it could reduce employment by 500,000 jobs. I'd like everyone to take the survey below and tell me what you think. Is it better to raise incomes and pull nearly a million people out of poverty at the expense of half a million jobs that currently pay $7.25. Or is it better to keep the status quo?
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