Vote Gregory Shelton
Nov. 2nd for the
Future of Prairie Village
Our campaign is dedicated to building on the legacy of success and prosperity Prairie Village has offered residents for generations. Sustaining this legacy requires us to be forward-looking and innovative, so our City continues to thrive.
Greg and his wife Kim made Prairie Village their home in 2012, shortly after the birth of their first child. Soon after settling into their new home, Greg began to seek out new ways to support the community. His involvement with child advocacy centers lead him to the Sunflower House where he became a board member in 2017 and continues to be a staunch advocate for the Sunflower House’s work to support children and their families dealing with the trauma of abuse.
Greg’s community advocacy has opened several new opportunities, and most recently he was appointed to the Johnson County Charter Commission. This select group of citizens works for a year evaluating the County’s charter to assess how our government could and should work more efficiently for residents.
In addition to his volunteerism, Greg works full time for a global engineering and construction firm where he leads the global marketing efforts around clean energy solutions. This experience has shown him the coming shifts in energy infrastructure and how it will impact communities like Prairie Village. This will be an important perspective as the City Council considers infrastructure investments over the next four years.
Greg’s business experience extends beyond his full time job. He has partnered with several friends and associates over the years to invest in start-ups throughout the KC Metro area. From a distillery to industrial grade hardware, these local businesses are proving innovative technologies and ideas are thriving in our area, and Greg will bring this keen eye for growth to Prairie Village’s City Council as the local economy begins to build back from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
How You Can Help
Vote for Greg
on Nov. 2nd
Election Day is Tuesday, November 2, 2021. Be sure to check your voter registration at ksvotes.org, then make a plan to vote by mail, vote early, or vote in person on Election Day!
You can get involved today by becoming a Volunteer. Sign up and you will be joining a group of change-makers committed to sustaining Prairie Village’s legacy of excellence.
Running for public office requires time and money, even at the most local level. Any support you can provide is greatly appreciated and will go directly to engaging voters in Ward 5.
Paid for by Shelton for Prairie Village.
Nancy Leiker Treasurer.