I am a conservative at heart, I don't advocate for change lightly, but when something is broken we need to fix it.
The children in our care deserve nothing less.
“As a mother and grandmother, I got involved because I
was concerned about the country we are leaving to the
next generation. It’s why I first ran for office in 2018 and I
would be honored to continue working for you in Topeka.
There is still more we can do to make Kansas a better
place for raising our families, growing business, and
providing opportunities for all to prosper. As always, it
starts with listening to the citizens and balancing
their input with the needs of the community.”
Key Legislative Votes Supporting
· Eliminating Food Sales Tax
· Transparency vs hidden tax increases because of
property valuation increases
· Fully funding Special Education
· Increased access to quality healthcare, supporting APRN’s
· Parents’, Foster Parents’, & Foster Child’s Rights
· Protecting blind parents’ parental rights
· Updating & Expanding the ABLE program for
individuals with disabilities
· Pipeline Safety and Security
· Fairness in Women’s Sports
· Privacy Protection – no open records for
license plates captured by the state
· Election Security
· Protecting Individual Liberties
Our Priorities Should Focus on Families
• Restoring Job Growth
• Reducing the Overall Tax Burden
• Ensuring Quality Schools &
Respecting Parents and Teachers
• Protecting Vulnerable Citizens
• Keeping Our Communities Safe
Charlotte Esau and her husband Keith have called Olathe home for more than 35 years, raising five children and
now enjoying four grandchildren. Charlotte was elected to the Kansas House of Representatives in 2018 and
previously served 9 years on the Johnson County Commission on Aging; plays flute in the Olathe Civic Band,
has volunteered with the Olathe Public Library and as a counselor with La Leche League, a non-profit assisting new mothers.
She also finds time to work as a genealogist, helping family and friends research their family histories.
During the 2021-2022 session, Charlotte served as Vice-Chair of the House Children and Seniors Committee and
was a 2022 NCSL Early Childhood Fellow.
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