Making Government Work for Kansans
Kansans deserve a government that works for them. When I was elected to Congress, I made a commitment to help clean up Washington and make sure our government is actually serving the people. That’s why it’s been my priority to be accessible to every person in every corner of our district, so I can bring Kansas voices to Washington.
- Bringing Kansas Voices to Washington: We’ve opened offices in Johnson and Wyandotte Counties and regularly hold public events to listen and connect people with help. And as of August 2019, we’ve replied to 25,610 constituents who contacted us on everything from health care to education.
- Cleaning Up Washington: The first bill I supported was the For the People Act, a sweeping package of reforms that will put the American people back in charge of our democracy by ending the dominance of big money in politics, expanding and protecting the right to vote, and strengthening ethics laws for members of Congress.
- Protecting and Expanding the Right to Vote: I introduced legislation that would allow people to petition the Department of Justice to investigate voting complaints, helping to ensure that eligible voters are able to seek justice if they have been denied from the ballot box.
- Working for Kansas, not party: Kansans are pragmatic and expect their leaders to work together whenever possible to deliver results. As of November 2019, 73% of the bills I’ve supported are bipartisan.
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Representative Sharice Davids announced today that her office has returned more than $1 million to Kansas Third District constituents, and has helped over 1,000 Kansans resolve issues ranging from stalled tax refunds to backlogged Veterans’ benefits and more.
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Representative Sharice Davids voted today to pass the SHIELD Act (H.R. 4617), a set of common-sense, bipartisan solutions to counter foreign interference in U.S. elections and strengthen our democracy.
Today, Representative Sharice Davids announced she is launching a series of community conversations across Kansas’ Third Congressional District. These conversations will offer constituents the opportunity to hear directly from Davids on the issues that matter most to them and their community.
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Representatives Ben McAdams (UT-04), Colin Allred (TX-32), Cindy Axne (IA-03), Ed Case (HI-01), Joe Cunningham (SC-01), Kendra Horn (OK-05), Dean Phillips (MN-03), Abigail Spanberger (VA-07) and Jeff Van Drew (NJ-02) all co-signed the letter.
Rep. Sharice Davids announced today that her Wyandotte County District Office will open on Thursday, March 21. Davids and her staff will mark the occasion with an open house on March 20 from 1 p.m. -5 p.m. to welcome residents to the new space.
“My team and I are committed to being active and engaged in the Wyandotte community and this office is a big part of our effort to be as accessible as possible to our constituents here,” said Davids. “All corners of this district deserve to be heard and I hope the people of Wyandotte County will consider this office a resource.”