October 4, 2018

Midterms Matter: For Kansas 3rd District, please support Kevin Yoder for Congress

Kevin Yoder has represented Kansas well, by fighting for fiscally responsible government and more.  In a tight race, his proven track record should matter to voters:
On January 5, 2011, Kevin was sworn in to serve his first term as part of the 112th Congress. During his tenure in Congress, he has served on the House Appropriations Committee, which is responsible for allocating federal spending. Since taking office, he has consistently focused on balancing the federal budget, reducing the national debt and supporting policies that stimulate private sector job growth. He now serves as Chairman of the influential Homeland Security Subcommittee, responsible for making sure our taxpayer dollars go towards keeping America safe. He previously served as the Chairman of the Legislative Branch Subcommittee, responsible for keeping congressional budgets tighter and smaller than what they were under Speaker Nancy Pelosi before Republicans won the House majority in 2010.

In addition to authoring the bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security, Kevin has authored the legislation that bans congressional pay increases. He's also authored the Email Privacy Act, legislation that requires the government to get a warrant before searching your emails or text messages, which has twice passed the House of Representatives unanimously. He's also the lead sponsor of the Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act and the Promoting Affordable Childcare for Everyone Act, two bills with broad bipartisan support.
He may be a vanilla guy, but he's the type of politician who works hard to  serve his constituents rather than becoming part of the swamp that is Washington D.C. politics.

His opponent meanwhile is surprisingly radical to be considered a real contender in this race. Nevertheless she seems to have a small lead in the polls.  This despite some frightening policy positions:

Kevin Yoder needs you to vote.   Please support his efforts; volunteer, donate or at least check out his positions on his website.  And by all means - vote.

Thank you.

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