Jonathan Mcmillan Davis Edit Profile
Student of University of Kansas, 1888-1891, University of Nebraska, 1892-1893.
Farmer; member Democratic County Committee, Bourbon County, Kansas, 1893-1900. Chairman Democratic Congressional Committee, 2d District, Kansas, 1898. Alternate at large, Democratic National Committee, 1900.
Member Kansas House of Representatives 4 terms until 1913, Senate, 1913-1917. Democratic candidate for government, 1920. Governor of Kansas, January 1923-1925.
Endorsed by Kansas Democrats for President, 1924, and received votes on 55 ballots, also in balloting for Vice President, at Democratic National Convention, 1924. Democratic candidate for government, 1926, for United States Senate, 1930. Candidate for Democratic nomination for government, 1936.
Independent candidate for government, 1938.
No one is beyond the reach of God's love. Salvation is there for everyone who turns to God, and not just for a chosen few.
God calls for justice for those, who are oppressed by the powers of the day. Therefore Christians should be involved in political life.
Member Democratic County Committee, Bourbon County, Kansas, 1893-1900. Member Kansas House of Representatives 4 terms until 1913, Senate, 1913-1917. Mason, Odd; Club: Kiwanis (Fort Scott, Kansas).
Married Mollie Purdom, September 26, 1894 (died July 13, 1926). Married second, Mary E. (Winston) Raymond, December 16, 1931.