Having a problem with a State agency? I can sometimes be of help in cutting through the red tape. Please note that I cannot order an agency to decide a matter in your favor or circumvent regulations, and I cannot assist with problems involving federal government agencies. Contact Leonard if you’re having problems.
Paging is a great opportunity for middle school and high school students to experience the legislative process and to meet other young people from across the state. Contact Leonard for help applying to become a page in the Kansas Legislature.
The legislature can issue a formal citation in some circumstances to commend someone who has gone above and beyond in service to their community or achieved important milestones in their lives. Contact Leonard for help with a Legislative Citation.
Tour the State Capitol Building. The Kansas State Capitol is open to the public 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The Capitol is closed Sunday and state holidays. If you plan to make the most of your visit to the Capitol Building, you should contact the tour office at 785-296-3966 to make a reservation for a State Capitol Building Historic Tour. If you would like to make a reservation for a larger group (such as a school class), you can complete the online reservation tour form for your group.
Kansas flags are available from the Secretary of State’s office. There is a cost for the flags, and several sizes are available. You may also request that a flag be flown over the State Capitol to commemorate a special occasion. Order a Kansas flag or contact the Elections Division at 785-296-4557 more information.