Rep. Stan Frownfelter serves the 37th Kansas House District. He was first elected in 2006.
Throughout his first term in the Legislature, Stan worked tirelessly as an advocate for Kansas working families. In 2008, Stan led House efforts to give Kansas workers a respectable raise by increasing the state's minimum wage- currently the lowest in the nation- from $2.65 to $5.85 an hour. The last increase in the Kansas' minimum wage occurred 20 years ago, in 1988. Stan's efforts were blocked by partisan politics.
Currently, Stan serves on the House Energy and Utilities Committee. He is also a member of the Commerce and Economic Development and Taxation Committees, the Select Committee on State Employee Pay Plan and the Joint Committee on State-Tribal Relations.
The 37th House District covers portions of Southeast Wyandotte County.