H. Clint Gillis, Floyd D. Koder and Bradley Zerr did not participate.
Education: Bachelor’s in political science, Avila University, 2002; master’s of business administration, Baker University, 2008; juris doctorate, University of Kansas School of Law, 2011
Occupation: Property tax consultant at MarksNelson CPA
Elected experience: None
“We must use new ideas such as crowdsourcing and crowdfunding to grow our community without all the tax and bureaucracy. Additionally, we need to bring more high-quality jobs to our community, and we must strengthen our digital infrastructure for residents and businesses by bringing high-speed Internet to Spring Hill.”