Graham moves to governor’s office from lottery


Tim Graham, a former top aide to Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley and now deputy executive director at the Kansas Lottery, will be moving over to the governor's office starting next month.

Graham will become director of governmental affairs in November, with oversight of policy and legislative services.

He will oversee a team that includes Legislative Director Cory Sheedy and Policy Director Haley Pollock.

Before joining the lottery, Graham worked as the associate executive director and director of governmental affairs for InterHab, a statewide association representing home and community-based service organizations serving people with intellectual disabilities.

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