Brandon Ellington, MO State Rep, returns to discuss 2016 legislation

Representative Brandon Ellington, a Democrat, represents part of Jackson County (District 22) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was first elected to the House in a special election in November 2011.

Host and producer:  Donna Morrow Wolfe    Co-host, co-producer: Joseph Jackson

Representative Ellington serves on the following committees in Missouri State House Legislature:

  • Special Committee on Urban Issues, Vice-Chairman
  • Appropriations – Public Safety and Corrections
  • Energy and the Environment
  • Interim Committee on Missouri State High School Activities Association
  • Joint Committee on Corrections
  • Small Business
  • Special Committee on Security Infrastructure of the Capitol Complex
  • Ways and Means

Rep. Ellington is a 1999 graduate of Paseo High School in Kansas City. He also attended Penn Valley University and the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Rep. Ellington is the co-founder of Voices of the People and serves as president of I Am My Brother’s Keeper. He also is a board member of Oak Park Neighborhood Association and a member of Consolidated Social Service Works, Operation Promise Land and G.Y.R.L.

Rep. Ellington, who lives in Kansas City, was born on November 18, 1980.

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