Caryn Tyson Biography, Age, Family, Voting Record

Caryn Tyson Biography

Caryn Tyson is a Republican member of the Kansas State Senate, representing District 12. He represented the 12th District since 2013 and was first elected to the chamber in 2012.

She was previously a member of the Kansas House of Representatives serving from 2011 to 2013. Tyson was a Republican candidate for Kansas’ 2nd Congressional District in the U.S. House. Tyson lost the primary on August 7, 2018. The state senator is also a fifth-generation Kansan from Parker.
She graduated from Kansas State University with two B.S degrees in computer science and mathematics. She later earned her M.S in engineering management from Kansas University. She also has professional experience in the IT industry for over 24 years providing space shuttle support for NASA and also operating a cattle ranch.

Caryn Tyson
Caryn Tyson

Caryn Tyson Age

Caryn was born on 15 February 1963. As of 2019, she is 56 years old.

Caryn Tyson Family

The District 12 representative is married to Tim Tyson. It is however not clear whether they have children or not. The information will be updated soon as we get wind of the news.

Caryn Tyson and her husband Tim Tyson
Caryn Tyson and her husband Tim Tyson

Caryn Tyson Voting Record

Date

Bill No.

Bill Title

Outcome

Vote

May 3, 2018

SB 284

Authorizes Child Placement Agencies to Deny Service Based on Religion

Conference Report Adopted – Senate
(24 – 15)

Yea

April 7, 2018

HB 2028

Establishes the Kansas Telemedicine Act

Conference Report Adopted – Senate
(24 – 14)

Nay

April 5, 2018

SB 423

Appropriates Funds for Department of Education and Board of Regents

Bill Passed – Senate
(21 – 18)

Nay

March 22, 2018

HB 2457

Establishes the Asbestos Trust Claims Transparency Act

Bill Passed – Senate
(23 – 16)

Yea

March 15, 2018

HB 2042

Authorizes Individuals Aged 18-20 to Obtain a Concealed Carry Permit

Bill Passed – Senate
(25 – 15)

Yea

Feb. 22, 2018

SB 405

Authorizes Confined Feeding Facilities Within City Limits

Bill Passed – Senate
(29 – 10)

Yea

June 6, 2017

SB 30

Establishes Tax Provisions

Veto Override Passed – Senate
(27 – 13)

Nay

April 7, 2017

SB 70

Amends Ride Inspection Laws for Amusement Parks

Concurrence Vote Passed – Senate
(35 – 2)

Yea

April 6, 2017

HB 2052

Establishes State Budget for FY 2017 to FY 2021

Conference Report Adopted – Senate
(30 – 10)

Nay

Feb. 2, 2017

SB 30

Establishes Tax Provisions

Bill Passed – Senate
(38 – 0)

Yea

May 1, 2016

SB 249

Establishes Budget for Fiscal Years 2016 and 2017

Conference Report Adopted – Senate
(22 – 18)

Nay

May 1, 2016

SB 402

Amends Public Assistance Eligibility Criteria

Conference Report Adopted – Senate
(27 – 13)

Yea

March 23, 2016

SB 469

Amends Labor Union Procedures

Bill Passed – Senate
(22 – 18)

Yea

March 22, 2016

SB 439

Specifies Qualifications for Impeachment

Bill Passed – Senate
(21 – 19)

Yea

Feb. 10, 2016

SB 439

Specifies Qualifications for Impeachment

Senate

Sponsor

May 5, 2015

SB 117

Requires Insurance Coverage for Transportation Network Companies

Veto Override Passed – Senate
(34 – 5)

Yea

April 2, 2015

HB 2258

Amends Social Service Programs

Bill Passed – Senate
(30 – 10)

Yea

March 25, 2015

HB 2135

Appropriates Funds to Public and Private Universities

Bill Passed – Senate
(26 – 13)

Nay

March 25, 2015

HB 2326

Amends Teacher Contracts

Bill Failed – Senate
(13 – 27)

Yea

March 19, 2015

SB 175

Prohibits Universities from Denying Benefits to Religious Student Organizations

Bill Passed – Senate
(30 – 8)

Yea

Feb. 26, 2015

SB 171

Amends Voting Schedule

Bill Passed – Senate
(21 – 18)

Yea

Feb. 26, 2015

SB 45

Authorizes Concealed Firearms Without a License

Bill Passed – Senate
(31 – 7)

Yea

Feb. 25, 2015

SB 56

Prohibits Exposing Minors to Harmful Materials

Bill Passed – Senate
(26 – 14)

Yea

Feb. 20, 2015

SB 95

Prohibits Dilation and Evacuation Abortion

Bill Passed – Senate
(31 – 9)

Yea

Jan. 28, 2015

SB 95

Prohibits Dilation and Evacuation Abortion

Senate

Sponsor

Jan. 21, 2015

SB 45

Authorizes Concealed Firearms Without a License

Senate

Sponsor

May 2, 2014

HB 2231

2014-2016 Biennium Budget

Conference Report Adopted – Senate
(22 – 18)

Nay

April 6, 2014

HB 2506

Appropriates Funds to Certain School Districts

Conference Report Adopted – Senate
(22 – 16)

Yea

April 5, 2014

SB 423

Authorizes the Sale of Certain State Office Buildings

Concurrence Vote Passed – Senate
(29 – 11)

Nay

April 4, 2014

HB 2553

Establishes an Interstate Health Care Compact

Bill Passed – Senate
(29 – 11)

Yea

April 4, 2014

SB 323

Limits the Duration of Conservation Easements

Bill Failed – Senate
(16 – 23)

Yea

April 3, 2014

Knox Amdt

Prohibits Implementation of Common Core Standards Using Certain State Funds

Amendment Adopted – Senate
(27 – 12)

Yea

March 25, 2014

HB 2014

Repeals the Kansas Renewable Energy Standards Act

Bill Passed – Senate
(25 – 15)

Yea

March 25, 2014

HB 2125

Prohibits Slot Machines at Certain Racetracks

Bill Passed – Senate
(28 – 12)

Yea

March 25, 2014

HB 2272

Amends Gaming Law

Bill Passed – Senate
(28 – 10)

Nay

March 25, 2014

HB 2552

Prohibits Medicaid Expansion

Bill Passed – Senate
(33 – 7)

Yea

March 19, 2014

SB 298

Repeals Mortgage Registration Fees

Bill Passed – Senate
(26 – 12)

Yea

March 12, 2014

HB 2210

Amends the Date by Which a Voter May Change Party Affiliation

Bill Passed – Senate
(27 – 12)

Yea

March 12, 2014

SB 362

Requires Registration for Health Insurance Navigators

Bill Passed – Senate
(30 – 10)

Yea

March 6, 2014

HB 2338

Appropriates Funds to the Judicial Branch

Bill Passed – Senate
(23 – 12)

Nay

Feb. 27, 2014

SB 311

Increases the Limit for Non-Economic Civil Damages

Bill Passed – Senate
(32 – 8)

Yea

Feb. 20, 2014

HB 2387

Requires 50 Year Minimum Sentence for Certain Murder Convictions

Bill Passed – Senate
(35 – 3)

Yea

Feb. 13, 2014

HB 2389

Establishes Time Limits on Death Penalty Appeals Process

Bill Passed – Senate
(27 – 13)

Nay

May 15, 2013

HB 2249

Repeals Project Limitations Near Historic Sites

Conference Report Adopted – Senate
(29 – 10)

Yea

April 5, 2013

HB 2234

Requires the Secretary of Transportation to Direct the Kansas Turnpike Authority

Conference Report Adopted – Senate
(26 – 13)

Yea

April 5, 2013

HB 2253

Amends Abortion Clinic Tax Credits and Procedure Requirements

Conference Report Adopted – Senate
(28 – 10)

Yea

April 5, 2013

SB 102

Prohibits the Enforcement of Federal Firearm Regulations

Conference Report Adopted – Senate
(35 – 4)

Yea

April 5, 2013

SB 199

Establishes the Midwest Stem Cell Therapy Center

Conference Report Adopted – Senate
(31 – 8)

Yea

April 3, 2013

SB 181

Reduces Property Taxes for Motor Vehicles

Bill Passed – Senate
(21 – 16)

Yea

April 2, 2013

HB 2055

Reduces Casino Building Fee

Bill Failed – Senate
(15 – 24)

Nay

Caryn Tyson Committee

At the beginning of the 2017 legislative session, Caryn served on the following committees:

  • Assessment and Taxation, Chair
  • Federal and State Affair
  • Transportation
  • Administrative Rules And Regulations
  • Information Technology

Caryn Tyson Legislator

Caryn’s Legislative sessions can be found on this link http://kslegislature.org/li_2018/b2017_18/members/sen_tyson_caryn_1/

Caryn Tyson Facebook

Her facebook page isn’t yet known but will be updated soon as news the is out.

Caryn Tyson Twitter


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