Congressman Kevin Yoder

Representing the 3rd District of KANSAS
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Yoder Wraps Up 36-Stop Listening Tour

Apr 25, 2017
Press Release

Overland Park, KS Today, Representative Yoder (R-KS) heads to Washington, DC as the House of Representatives resumes the legislative session coming off a listening tour featuring 36 stops across the Third District, culminating with the Faith Love and Walk event last night that concluded SevenDays: Make a Ripple, Change the World.

 

Representative Yoder joined by his staff at Faith Love and Walk with SevenDays founder Mindy Corporon.

Representative Yoder answering questions at a senior town hall forum at Lakeview Village.

 

 

“I feel truly reinvigorated every time I get to spend a district work week criss crossing the Third District, listening to Kansans and getting their feedback on what is most important to them,” Representative Yoder said. “Kansans are excited about our economy being on the upswing, and are looking to Congress to help get government out of the way so we can get to the three or four percent growth we need to really put ourselves in a good place. They want tax reform, regulatory reform, health care reform, and immigration reform bills on the president’s desk for signature. They want to keep our borders secure and make sure our military receives the support they need to keep us safe. I look forward to getting back to work on legislation in DC in the coming weeks and advancing their priorities in Congress.”

Over the last week, Yoder visited stops in each of the three counties in the Third District – Johnson, Wyandotte, and Miami – participating in several question and answer forums, sitting down for radio interviews on the issues, touring area businesses, reading to Head Start children, serving lunch at a food kitchen, and much more. He participated in five radio interviews at KMBZ, KCUR, 810 Sports Radio, and KC Cares and hosted a telephone town hall forum with nearly 6,000 constituents participating.

Representative Yoder visiting with volunteers at St. Mary’s Food Kitchen in KCK.

Representatives Cleaver and Yoder answering questions at KCK Chamber’s Congressional Forum.

Full list of stops:

Johnson County Leaders Breakfast

Integrated Animal Health

Menorah Medical Center

KC Cares Radio

Between the Lines with Kevin Kietzman on 810 Sports Radio

Associated Wholesale Grocers Warehouse Tour

AWG Employee Town Hall

KCK Baptist Ministers Union

Lunch with Kansas City Star’s Steve Rose

Tour of City Place Fire Damage

Meeting with Overland Park First Responders

Children’s Mercy Hospital

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City

Telephone Town Hall Forum

Kansas City Morning News with EJ & Ellen on KMBZ Radio

Up to Date on KCUR with Representative Emanuel Cleaver II (D-MO)

Overland Park Chamber of Commerce

Meeting on 21st Century Parkway

Senior Town Hall Forum at Lakeview Village

Project Eagle Heat Start at the Family Conservancy

Catholic Charities

St. Mary’s Food Kitchen at Wilhelmina Gill Center

Louisburg Chamber of Commerce

City of Louisburg Mayor and City Manager

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City Comida

Truman Library Institute’s Wild About Harry

Kansas City Kansas Chamber of Commerce Congressional Forum with Representative Cleaver

University of Kansas Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little

University of Kansas Provost Neeli Bendapudi

University of Kansas Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs Tim Caboni

University of Kansas Student Senate

Leadership Kansas Annual Summit

Kansans for Life

MoveOn.org and IndivisibleKC Leaders

Dana and Parks on KMBZ Radio

SevenDays Faith Love and Walk

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