Rep. Paul LeVota, a Democrat, represents part of Jackson County (District 52) in the Missouri House of Representatives.† He was elected to the House in November 2002.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. LeVota† is a group manager of training and development for Sprint in Overland Park, Kan.† He is also a licensed real estate salesperson and serves on the board of directors for The LeVota Appraisal Group L.L.C.
A member of St. Markís Catholic Church, Rep. LeVota is an active member of the Knights of Columbus, First Degree.† He is also a member of the Little Blue River Home Owners Association; Independence PTA; American Society of Training and Development; Avila Advantage Board of Directors and board member, Mothers Against Molesters.
A 1986 graduate of Truman High School, Rep. LeVota received a bachelor of science degree in communications and political science from Central Missouri State University in 1990 and a masterís degree in business management from Baker University in 1996.
Born March 22, 1968 in Kansas City, Rep. LeVota lives in Independence with his wife, Nancy.† They have two children:† Meghan and Madeline.