Missouri House District 56
By Kathy Feist
Michael Davis is almost as young as you can get when running for the Missouri House. He is 24 years old. Now living in the Martin City area, the St. Louis area native is running to represent District 56, which covers a portion of Martin City and the Belton/Raymore area. The office was formerly held by Jack Bondon, who is now running for a state senate seat.
Davis graduated from Washburn University studying law and currently works at an elementary school in the Blue Valley School District. He has worked in the state legislature to help pass bills and says he has been instrumental in defeating tax increase attempts. A member of Americans for Prosperity (AFP) in the Kansas City, Kansas, area, he helped defeat former U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill. His priorities are taxes, gun rights, and religious liberty.
Chip Anderson was born and raised in south Kansas City and currently lives in Loch Lloyd with his wife of 45 years, Sally. Anderson is currently the executive director of the National Association for Fixed Annuities (NAFA). He has served on the Leukemia Society Board of Directors, has been an Assistant Scoutmaster for Boy Scouts of America Troop 122, and a member of the Belton Chamber of Commerce. He was also an elder in the Presbyterian Church and served on the Board of Directors of the Presbyterian Credit Union.
Anderson supports the right to bear arms, the right to life and the security at the borders. With 40 years in the financial services industry, he will push fiscal responsibility.
John Webb grew up in near Raytown, Mo. He currently resides in Cleveland, MO. While still in high school he started working for the Kansas City, Missouri police department and worked there for 12 years. Webb takes his police officer’s oath to protect the Constitution and its principles very seriously. Over the past 30 years Webb started and ran several businesses in construction, sales, cellular, computers. He is also a pilot as well as a youth instructor at Willow Creek Evangelical Friends Church.