99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session - 2017
Representative Donna Pfautsch
Representative
Donna Pfautsch
District 033
Republican

Elected:2012 
Years Served:
Hometown:Harrisonville
Counties:
Capitol Address
Address:MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Room 404-B
Jefferson City MO 65101 
Phone:573-751-9766 
E-Mail:Donna.Pfautsch@house.mo.gov 
Biography
Rep. Donna Pfautsch, a Republican, represents parts of Cass, Jackson, and Lafayette counties (District 33) in the Missouri House of Representatives.

Prior to being elected, she served as alderwoman and mayor pro tem for the city of Harrisonville.

A lifelong resident of Cass Co., Rep. Pfautsch grew up on a large crop and dairy farm south of Pleasant Hill. She graduated from Pleasant Hill High School, and received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Central Missouri. She retired in 2012 after 40 years as a teacher and gifted-education facilitator in the Harrisonville school district.

Rep. Pfautsch and her husband, Larry, own a 110-acre Century Farm southeast of Pleasant Hill. They have two children, Tobias and Emily, and two grandchildren.
Sponsored Bills
HB 257 - (0820H.01I)
Requires each school district to establish a policy allowing acceleration for certain students
HB 258 - (0769S.03C)
Modifies the law regarding the Missouri accountability portal
HB 695 - (0079H.02I)
Allows students to satisfy the physical education requirement for high school graduation by participating in two sports within the same school year
HB 767 - (1619H.01I)
Allows the Department of Health and Senior Services to perform unannounced inspections of long-term care facilities pursuant to a complaint
HB 849 - (1792H.01P)
Changes the laws regarding financial transaction reporting so that certain requirements of transportation development districts also apply to political subdivisions
HB 921 - (1859H.02C)
Changes the laws regarding the duties of public administrators
HB 985 - (1944H.02C)
Changes the laws regarding unclaimed property
Co-sponsored Bills
Amendments
Past Legislation