Governor Sam Brownback
As the 46th Governor of Kansas, Sam Brownback is focused on growing the state's economy and creating jobs through improved regulations, controlled spending and lower taxes. Brownback's efforts have resulted in balanced budgets, targeted incentive programs and historic tax reform, which will save Kansans and small businesses $1.1 billion and create nearly 23,000 new jobs. Brownback is a former state Secretary of Agriculture, U.S. Representative and U.S. Senator. He and his wife, Mary, have five children.