Write in! Nola Wood
State Representative District 36 Special Election
Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019
Common Sense Values….Not just another politician.
Why am I running? I believe there are enough voters who share our values here in south KC in the 36th district, that we can make the difference in our state to:
*Protect innocent life at all ages
*Restore healthcare freedom, lowering costs, improving access
*Support educational freedom
*Protect freedom of speech and free exercise of your faith
*Push back against human trafficking, though KC is a hub
*Provide needed oversight to county & city governments including solving the Jackson County tax assessment fiasco!
The candidates on the Nov. 5 ballot will only vote their party platforms, which will only protect their political machines.
Neither of them will fight for you on these issues.
Due to a last minute glitch in filing my nomination, I will not appear on the ballot. I need your help to make sure voters who share our values know they can write me in, on Nov. 5, or on their absentee ballots if they’re unable to vote at their polling place on election day.
Bio: Nola Wood has served our community in business and as a volunteer over the years. She has helped others as a distributor for a health technology company, and as an independent insurance broker, serving families and small businesses with health and life insurance. Nola raised and homeschooled her three children, supporting them after divorce when the children were 9, 11, & 13. She is an alumna of the With Hope in Mind classes for caregivers and family members of the mentally ill.
Nola has been working hard to preserve our freedoms for the next generation. Seeing the need for more principled conservatives in government, she has run for the Mo. legislature, founded the KC Conservatives and co-founded the Republican Women of Greater Kansas City, which have both met monthly since 2011. She has served in presidential and state wide campaigns, and as the regional field director for a national pro-life organization.
Nola has also served the community on the boards of Friends of Missouri Town, her homes association, and the Dramatic Truth School of the Arts.
Nola is working hard now to restore common sense values to our 36th district seat in the Missouri legislature. If elected, she will work tirelessly to roll back over-regulation, cut waste, and pass needed reforms to restore economic opportunities for our people.
Please write in Nola Wood on Nov. 5!
Friends, We have an unprecedented opportunity to make a real difference at this time in history. The left has been revealing their true colors like never before!
~Many thanks to each of you who have already done so much to support this campaign for the 36th dst. in south KC, and to you who have just gotten in contact! We have a rare opportunity to make history in our community by electing a representative who shares your values, and has the life experience to make the difference.
Some great ways to help include:
__Be listed as an endorser of the campaign
__Join me at any of our community events!
__Host a “meet & greet” or fundraiser, in your home, office, or a venue we help locate
__Contribute funds to help with campaign expenses. Checks can be sent to Friends of Nola Wood, 11301 Kensington, KC, Mo, 64137 or donate online (available soon) at www.electNola.com
__Contact your friends & neighbors who share our values, to ask them to Write in Nola Wood on Nov 5.
See the district map at https://house.mo.gov/districtmap.aspx?district=036
__Have a sign in your yard or on your property in the 36th district!
__Help make phone calls using campaign data & an easy to follow survey
__Help contact voters at their doors, using campaign data & a short, easy script
__Drive a friend who is contacting voters at their doors, for security and efficiency
__ As friends reply, help enter data in our campaign database
__Other practical ways to help we haven’t thought to list here?
Many blessings & thanks!
Past President, Greater KC Association of Health Underwriters
Secretary, Dramatic Truth School of the Arts Board
Past KC Region Field Director Susan B. Anthony List
20th Ward Committeewoman, Jackson County Republican Committee
Board member, Past President, Terrace Lake Gardens Homes Association
Co-founder, Past President, Republican Women of Greater KC