Caryn Tyson for Kansas Senate
(PARKER, KS) – Caryn Tyson, Kansas Senator, has filed for re-election and released the following statement:
“I am greatly encouraged by the very positive response I have received encouraging me to run for re-election. With increasing threats of massive tax increases and threats on our personal freedoms, my experience and problem solving skills in technology, business, agriculture, and in the legislature is needed in Topeka now more than ever.”
Caryn is a senator of the people – someone who will truly listen, someone who represents their values and someone who has the real-world experience necessary to get the job done.
Tyson said, “I am not a career politician. They’re the problem. Politicians pretend to be something they’re not. Leaders have a record that demonstrates who they are. I am a leader with proven results who shares your Kansas values.”
Caryn Tyson has math and computer science degrees from Kansas State and an engineering management degree from KU. After graduating K-State she began working in the Information Technology industry and continued working in this field for more than 25 years. Caryn’s work included space shuttle support for NASA where she received awards for achievement and teamwork.
Caryn is serving her second term in the Kansas Senate. She served one term in the Kansas House and is presently the Chair of the Tax Committee, one of most important committees in the Kansas Senate. As one of the leading freedom fighters in the Senate, Tyson, works diligently for smaller, smarter government.
Caryn and her husband, Tim – both fifth generation Kansans – own and operate Tyson Ranch in Linn County, established in 1871 by Tim’s great-great grandfather.