May 6, 2019
Kansas Democratic Party Executive Director Ethan Corson to Step Down Upon Start of Replacement
After historic 2018 wins, the Kansas Democratic Party is well-positioned for long-term success.
Topeka, KS – The Kansas Democratic Party announced today that Executive Director Ethan Corson will step down upon the start of his replacement. The position description and application instructions are available at KansasDems.org/ED.
Corson has led the KDP since August 2017, including through the historic 2018 election cycle, which saw the Party win its first gubernatorial election since 2006 and its first congressional election since 2008.
“Serving as Executive Director has been one of the great honors of my life,” said KDP Executive Director Ethan Corson. “Together with our supporters across Kansas, we’ve strengthened the Kansas Democratic Party and positioned it for long-term success. Our party is well-organized across the state, financially sound, and able to play a major role in helping elect Democrats.”
“Ethan’s tireless dedication to our Party is a major reason for our success in 2018 and why we are so well-positioned for the future,” said KDP Chair Vicki Hiatt. “He led the KDP with vision, integrity, and passion, and I will miss working together with him.”