Miranda Allen Files for Congressional 4th District as Independent Candidate
KIOWA, Kansas (May 2, 2016) – Miranda Allen, a South Central Kansas Businesswoman, today announced that she is running for Congress as an Independent in Kansas’ 4th Congressional District. “Our current system is broken. Partisan bickering has replaced hard work and problem solving. Special interest money has further corrupted our democracy. I’m running to represent the people of the 4th Congressional District, not the special interests that keep today’s incumbent politicians in office.”
“Kansas is at a crossroads,” she said. “We need a leader that will be a strong voice for our district, not a rubber stamp for the special interests.”
Allen is a mom, breast cancer survivor, wife, and a successful business owner. She is a sixth-generation Kansan with a family ranch and farm in Barber County. Allen is a graduate of South Barber High School, has a B.A. from Northwestern Oklahoma State University and an MBA from the University of Colorado. Allen and her husband, Stephen, an Air Force Veteran, returned to settle in Kiowa after his tours of duty in Korea and Colorado, to raise their four children.
Allen is currently the CEO of Radiofrequency Safety International (RSI), a company that she has grown into one of South Barber County’s largest private sector employers. Additionally, her leadership as President of the Barber County Economic Development Inc. brought more than 500 energy-related jobs into the district and represents over $1 billion in investment for Kansas. We need that kind of forward-looking leadership and background in Congress representing the 4th District. Visit www.allenforkansas.com for more information and to join us in bringing back common ground to Kansas.