Monica Murnan

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Monica Murnan was born on 25 May, 1966 in Erie, Kansas, United States. Discover Monica Murnan’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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Age54 years old
Zodiac SignGemini
Born25 May 1966
Birthday25 May
BirthplaceErie, Kansas, United States
NationalityUnited States

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Timeline of Monica Murnan


Murnan spoke at the 2019 Women’s March in Pittsburg on January 19.


During the 2018 Kansas gubernatorial election, Murnan endorsed the eventual nominee, State Senator Laura Kelly, in the Democratic primary. Kelly would go on to defeat Republican Kris Kobach and Independent Greg Orman in the general election, becoming the 48th Governor of Kansas.


In 2016, Murnan filed to run as a Democrat for the Kansas House of Representatives’ 3rd district seat against the Republican incumbent, Representative Chuck Smith, citing that she “felt the state was in a dire circumstance, near bankruptcy and did not resemble the state she remember[ed] growing up in.” The district was a high-priority target for Kansas Democrats, as Smith had won the swing district from its previous Democratic occupant Julie Menghini by just 114 votes in 2014. Campaigning against unpopular Governor Sam Brownback and Smith’s votes in support of his agenda, Murnan emerged victorious by a four-point margin. She was re-elected by a 10-point margin in 2018.


In 2013, Murnan successfully ran for one of three at-large seats on the Pittsburg City Commission, receiving the most votes of any candidate in the race. As Commissioner, Murnan supported the passage of bonds to fund utility construction for a new state-owned casino in Pittsburg, voted to invest city funds toward the construction of a new track-and-field center at Pittsburg State University, and approved plans to expand parts of Atkinson Municipal Airport. Murnan also criticized then-Governor Sam Brownback’s budget decision to delay the planned expansion of a dangerous two-lane stretch of US-69 highway, stating the citizens of Pittsburg “have repeatedly been told this project was going to happen. It’s a huge blow to us, we’ve been waiting patiently.”


Beginning in 1995, Murnan served as the first Executive Director of the Family Resource Center (“The Center”). In this role, she worked to collaborate with the Pittsburg community to provide families access to a diverse set of child care services. During her time at The Center, the organization grew from 30 employees and a $300,000 budget to 100 employees and a $3 million budget. Murnan wrote grant applications, managed staff, and led the effort to acquire a new facility. In 2013, Murnan accepted a position as the Director of Student Support Services with Greenbush Southeast Kansas Education Service, where she currently works to help provide in-home services to infants with disabilities, coordinates Medicaid billing for over 1/3 of the school districts in the state, and provides professional development to teachers and administrators.


Murnan was born in Parsons, Kansas and raised in Erie, Kansas. After receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Pittsburg State University in 1988, she moved to Wichita, Kansas with her husband, Rob, to teach kindergarten and 1st grade. In 1992, she returned to Pittsburg to pursue a Master’s degree in School Administration and grow her family.


Monica Murnan (born May 25, 1966) is an American politician and early childhood advocate who currently serves as a Democratic member of the Kansas House of Representatives. Murnan has represented the 3rd district, covering the city of Pittsburg, since 2017. She serves as the Ranking Minority member on the Health and Human Services committee.

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