Barbara Bollier

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Barbara Bollier
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State Senator from Kansas's 7th District
From: January 9, 2017 – present
Predecessor Kay Wolf
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Former State Representative from Kansas's 21st District
From: 2013 – January 9, 2017
Predecessor ???
Successor Jerry Stogstill
Former State Representative from Kansas's 25th District
From: January 5, 2010 - 2013
Predecessor Terrie Huntington
Successor ???
Party Republican (before 2018)
Democrat (2018 – present)
Spouse(s) Rene Bollier
Religion Presbyterian

Barbara Goolsbee Bollier (born January 13, 1958 (age 66)) is a physician and liberal Democrat who ran for United States Senate from Kansas in the 2020 elections to succeed retiring Sen. Pat Roberts. A former Republican, Bollier was a RINO who supports abortion, gun control, and the homosexual agenda. She is a state senator from the state's 7th district, previously serving in the Kansas House of Representatives.

Kansas Senate

Bollier voted during the CCP pandemic to expand tele-abortions and against a bipartisan bill to expand tele-medicine.[1]

2020 Senate bid

See: 2020 United States Senate election in Kansas

A former liberal Republican, Bollier campaigned on a "moderate" and "independent" platform posing as a supposed centrist; she is noted for being very pro-abortion,[2][3] having donated to Planned Parenthood.[4] Unsurprisingly, she received the endorsement of longtime moderate Republican Nancy Kassebaum.[5]

According to Bollier, the Patriot Act supposedly grants executive authority to unilaterally impose tariffs.[6]

A phony "moderate", she has praised totalitarian gun confiscation.[7]

Bollier was backed by ActBlue.[8]

General election results

Bollier unsurprisingly lost the general election to Republican Roger Marshall by over ten points.[9]


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