Kansas: Usha Reddi To Seek Another Term
NEW YORK, NY (IANS) – Democrat Usha Reddi has filed papers to run for Kansas’s state senate from the 22nd district.
A public school teacher for 18 years, Reddi, whose term expires in January 2025, has served as city commissioner for the City of Manhattan from 2013 to 2023.
“Just filed as a candidate for Kansas State Senate in the 2024 election. Public service is a big part of my life, and I am dedicated to continuing to work for the people as your State Senator,” Reddi said.
Stating that it is an honor to represent District 22 in the Kansas State Senate, Reddi said that she has a strong relationship with the community and has earned their trust over the years.
“As a public servant, I believe collaborations, partnerships, and thoughtful decision-making are essential to being an effective leader,” Reddi wrote on her campaign website.
Reddi’s family immigrated from India to the US in 1973 when she was eight years old, and she grew up in Columbus, Ohio, along with her two brothers.
She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Developmental Psychology from Ohio State University, a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and a Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Kansas State University.