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Tracey Mann

Politician. Republican. Born: December 17, 1976, Quinter, Kansas. Served as 50 Lieutenant Governor of Kansas: February 14, 2018, to January 14, 2019. Served in the U.S. House of Representatives, First District: January 3, 2021, to present.

Tracey Robert Mann was born December 17, 1976, in Quinter, Kansas. There he attended school and competed in sports and academic extra curricular activities, including Future Farmers of America. A fifth generation Kansan, Mann worked on the family farm. He studied agricultural economics at Kansas State University.

He married Audrey Haynes in 2002; they have four children. Mann is a commercial real estate broker in Salina, and owns the family farm in Quinter.

After Governor Sam Brownback accepted an appointment as U.S. Amabassador in 2018, Lieutenant Governor Jeff Colyer became governor, and appointed Mann as his lieutenant governor. He ran a successful campaign for U.S. House of Representatives in the first district in 2020.

Entry: Mann, Tracey

Author: Kansas Historical Society

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Date Created: December 2021

Date Modified: December 2021

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