Nola Wood for south KC!
Missouri 36th District
State Representative
Principled leadership
 Common sense values 
         not just another politician

Dear neighbors and friends,
Thank you so much for taking a minute to stop by!
I’m excited to tell you about my campaign to represent the 36th district in the Missouri legislature! I’m working to bring principled leadership to
south Kansas City!
This campaign is all about opportunity for you,
your children and grandchildren. I want to take the values we share
to Jefferson City.

I’m grateful for many friends and supporters here in our neighborhoods,
from years of community activities, who have encouraged me that
they want to help me get our community and state headed in the right

Too many of our people are suffering under the burdens of disproven policies which are keeping our community at a huge disadvantage. The ripple effects are hurting people all around us, right in their wallets, and in their quality of life.

We can do better this November.
I decided to run because I know we need to get our community and state on track. It’s going to be a lot of work, but we can do this, working together!

Please let me know your thoughts!

I look forward to hearing your concerns, and working
together to better serve you, and all the people of south Kansas
Please opt in to get more information and stay in touch!

Many thanks!
Nola Wood
PS The 36th district is located basically from State Line Road along
435/470, encompassing part of the area as far north as Bannister Road, east to
James A Reed Road, and south to Martha Truman Road/ 119th St., and as far
southwest as Burning Tree at State Line Road. You can see the map at

Nola’s History of Consistent Service to Our Community:

Join your neighbors and friends for these special events:

Monday, July 21, 6:30 pm
KC Conservatives
Take a serious look at the Aug. 5 Ballot issues!
Confirmed speakers include:
Patrick Tuohey, Show Me Institute
Amy Fox, Property Rights Activist

We’ll discuss ways to help make the difference this year!
Grandview Buffet, 12407 Blue Ridge Ext., Grandview, Mo. 64030.
Gather, eat & network at 6:30. Order from the menu or enjoy the buffet.
Speaking will begin at 7:00 pm.
Be sure to check out the great silent auction items!
Ernst Ulmer print of the Plaza Clock Tower, signed & numbered
Books: America’s Battle for Free Enterprise by Michael J. Muccio
Quality fragrance & skin care items
Wellness technologies
Health supplements
Please reply if you’d like to enjoy the
informative presentations, networking, & great food!

Ray and Beverly Worth invite you to a



Nola Wood for State Representative

Tuesday, July 22, 7:00 pm

Lakewood Oaks Golf Club

651 NE St. Andrew’s Circle, Lee’s Summit, Mo., 64064.


Learn from these outstanding area leaders how we can

make the difference in 2014 & ’16


Senator Ed Emery

Senator Will Kraus

Representative Mike Cierpiot

Missouri Club for Growth Chair Bev Randles



Catherine Hanaway, former Speaker of the House

Representative Gary & Jan Cross

Representative Rick & Athena Brattin

Honorable Gary & Donna Dusenberg

Russ & Shirley Simmons

Rick & Rebecca Roeber

Tom & Pat Lehman

Walt & Daina Little

Gary & Jan Hisch

Ralph Munyan

Jennifer Finch

Amy Fox


Refreshments will be served

RSVP to Bev at or 816.795.0516 

Do you need to vote absentee?
In-person absentee voting begins June 24 and ends 5:00 p.m. August 4. Voters wishing to vote absentee may come to the Kansas City Election Board Office at Union Station, 30 W. Pershing Road, Suite 610. Absentee voting hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday, August 2, 8:00 a.m. - noon.

If you wish to vote absentee by mail, you may request your application by calling 816-842-4820 ext. 225, writing a letter, or downloading the application above from this site. All applications must be received by the Election Board no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 30.

All mail-in absentee ballots must be received by the Election Board no later than 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 5.

*All valid military and overseas ballots received by noon on the Friday after the election must be counted, provided the voter has declared under penalty of perjury that the ballot was submitted no later than midnight on Election Day.

Polls open at 6:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. To see acceptable forms of voter identification, please click here

Paid for by Friends of Nola Wood, Bill Randles, Treasurer