ABOUT JACK BONDON
Jack Bondon Makes Promises
As a lifelong Missourian and long-time resident of the 56th district, Jack knows that this close knit community has a set of values that he strives to represent. Integrity is the cornerstone of these values, and Jack derives his personal integrity from his strong faith, the love of his family and his sense of responsibility in making his community, and country, a place were opportunities flourish for the next generations.
Jack makes three promises to the people of the 56th district:
- He will go to Jefferson City and be a voice for the next generation
- He will vote against wasteful uses of tax payers money
- He will always be honest and live up to the trust you’re placed in him
Jack and his wife, Melissa, live in Belton with their young daughter. They are homeowners with a bond and dedication to their community. Jack’s wife has served with non-profits. Jack is a graduate of Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, and is now part of running his family’s business.
Education is Important
Jack's daughter reminds him that we are merely the stewards of this land, and that it is our responsibility to make sure it is prosperous, safe and providing an environment where the generations who it actually belongs to will find opportunity instead of crippling debt and broken structures. He’s running for office because he sees it as his personal responsibility to help fulfill the promises of educational opportunity and clear the roadblocks that could keep our children’s children from achieving their dreams.
Protecting Our Neighbors
Christianity has had a major impact on Jack, leading him to be a voice for vulnerable and marginalized populations in our communities, particularly children, seniors, the truly disabled and veterans. As such, he is a donor to the USO and Wounded Warriors programs, the Life Choice Center, Rockhurst High School as well as St. Thomas More and St. Sabina churches.
Never give upJack is a man who never gives up when his cause is just. We create change by taking small steps in the right direction that lead us down the path to prosperity. He will work to strengthen the values of personal responsibility and champion the freedom of self-determination. Freedom is what makes our country great, and that’s what Jack is going to Jefferson City to protect. He is a proud member of the Belton Chamber of Commerce, the National Rifle Association and the Faith and Freedom Coalition.