Council Member

Dalton Glasscock was elected as the council member to District 4 on November 7, 2023.  

Glasscock is the chief executive officer for a national media company and also owns a consulting company. Glasscock previously worked for the U.S. House of Representatives where he specialized in military and veteran casework. 

Glasscock grew up in a working-class family in west Wichita where he learned the value of hard work from his mother’s small business and his father’s work in the aviation industry. 

In 2020, Glasscock won a special election and was appointed by the governor to fill a vacancy on the Sedgwick County Commission. Problem solving and coalition building became signature issues during his tenure. 

Glasscock has a Master of Arts in Education and Human Development degree from The George Washington University and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Wichita State University. 

He has served the community in a multitude of ways, including as a lecturer of American Politics at Wichita State University, member of the Sedgwick County Mental Health Advisory Board, member of the Wichita Metro Crime Commission, and formerly as Chairman of the Fourth District Advisory Board, member of the City of Wichita’s Grant Review Committee, City’s Bicycle Steering Committee and more. Glasscock is an active member of his church, Wichita’s First United Methodist Church, in which he serves on its leadership board.  

Glasscock is a fourth-generation lifelong Wichitan who attended Maize South High School, where he first started his local civic involvement as a Wichita Mayor’s Youth Council member.  

Glasscock is a long-distance runner and has completed marathons and triathlons. He’s climbed at least eight mountains and has traveled around the world.  Glasscock can normally be found walking his dog, Astra, and hosting dinner parties in the historic Delano district.