The Kansas Lottery Gaming Facility Review Board is a seven member board appointed to determine the "best possible contract" and to select lottery gaming facility managers in each of the four lottery gaming zones in the state of Kansas. The first Review Board, appointed in 2007, selected lottery gaming facility managers in three zones (northeast, southwest and south central). That board held its last meeting on December 15, 2010. A new board has recently been appointed to select a lottery gaming facility manager for the southeast zone (Cherokee and Crawford counties.) Click here for a list of new Review Board members.
The Review Board is made up of individuals with significant business expertise, particularly in business development and location of new businesses to maximize revenue.
The Kansas Lottery Gaming Facility Review Board is appointed as follows:
Three members are appointed by the governor.
Two members are appointed by the president of the senate.
Two members are appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives.
No more than four members of the board may be members of the same political party.
No person is eligible to be a board member if the person:
Click these links for more information on Review Board members, the Review Board process, or to see past casino proposals: