John Resman for Kansas House

Winning Re-election

I would like to thank everyone for their support throughout this campaign. I met many wonderful people while canvassing the District and listened to what was important to them, or their concerns about state government. I met many people for the first time who were willing to take a yard sign, or willing to knock on doors, I can’t thank them enough. Kansas still has many problems that need to be settled.  Having visited with the many people of District 121, I can return to Topeka with a better understanding of what is important to them and the State of Kansas.


John Resman

My Priorities


Oppose high taxes that hurt Kansas families

Oppose taking or borrowing from state agencies to balance our budget

Accountability and greater transparency


Supporter of the Olathe Public Schools Foundation

Maintain local control

Put students and teachers first in school funding

Give greater control to parents


The Value of Life

Pro 2nd Amendment

Traditional family values

John is endorsed by former State Rep. Mike Kiegerl of Olathe

Here’s what Mike had to say about John:

“It was an honor to serve you as the former Kansas state representative from the 121st House District. But now I want to tell you how much I admire what John Resman has done as my successor. His votes reflect the way I would have voted. He is a strong opponent of abortion, supports lower taxes and I am glad to endorse him for election in November.”


Quick Freeze Plant Opposed

On October 5, 2017, area residents attended the Board of County Commissioners meeting to voice their opposition to the construction of a quick freeze plant at New Century Air Center. The eight-story building would have been built in their backyards. Area Legislators gave testimony in opposition to the building and in support of area residents. Through the efforts of all concerned the building is planned for another location.

Contact John

Would you like a yard sign or help in the campaign or just want to provide a point of view? Email John by clicking on the following link:

Thank you for taking the time to visit my website. Please take a few minutes to get to know me. (Check out my video on the Meet John page) One of the things you will notice is that there is no donate section on the site. I do not ask for donations, however will except any donation someone is willing to make. Secondly, I have not accepted the Legislative retirement or health insurance that are benefits offered to Legislators. I believe to truly serve as a Representative you shouldn’t expect benefits that people in your District may not be able afford or offered.

John Resman