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Greg won the Senate seat for Kansas Senate District 21 on November 6, 2012. He needs your help to change the culture of the Kansas Senate. He has served in the Kansas House and is a proven leader. He is chairman of the Kansas Security Committee and Vice Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Greg is a native Kansan. He was born in Emporia and grew up in Overland Park where he attended school in the Shawnee Mission School District, graduating from Shawnee Mission West in 1978. He attended Johnson County Community College until he enlisted in the United States Navy in 1980.

The eighties found Greg in a number of duty stations while he served in the United States Navy Submarine Service. During this time, while serving as a navy recruiter in Des Moines, IA, he met and married his wife, Missey. Greg was Honorably Discharged in November of 1989.

After leaving the Navy, he began his law enforcement career in 1990 which continued until 2008. Greg served as a deputy sheriff in Berkeley County, South Carolina where he was a decorated officer and rose to the rank of lieutenant. He worked extensively in high crime areas, and developed both training materials and policies for the sheriff’s office. In 1995, the incumbent sheriff did not win re-election and Greg and his family moved home to Kansas. Since that time he served as a police officer in several communities, including Kansas City, MO, Olathe, KS and the Johnson County Community College Campus Police. He is a strong voice for the victims of crime, champions issues concerning public safety, and is a fierce advocate for local control of public education.

In 2002, Greg returned to college, while working full time and in 2006 earned a Bachelor’s Degree (cum laude) in History from Avila University. He continued his education and earned his Kansas Teaching Certification in Social Studies in 2007. He finished his Master's Degree in Education on June 28, 2010.

2007 was also a year of tragedy for Greg and his family. his daughter, Kelsey Smith, was abducted from an Overland Park department store and murdered. A four day search was conducted by federal, state and local law enforcement. A massive community effort, spearheaded by Kelsey’s family, friends, classmates and concerned citizens, in conjunction with the stellar law enforcement response resulted in Kelsey’s body being recovered and the successful apprehension of her murderer. Her murderer has since pled guilty and is serving life in prison.