Jennifer Baysinger is stepping down from overseeing the political action committee for the Kansas Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber announced Friday morning that Baysinger was leaving the organization as its vice president of political affairs where she oversaw candidate recruitment and grassroots development efforts. She will now focus on her family business.
“In her time leading the Chamber PAC, Jennifer helped us elect pro-job legislators who understand the important role the Kansas business community plays in the growth and success of the state’s economy,” said Chamber President and CEO Alan Cobb.
Cobb credited Baysinger with helping Republicans securing . . .