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Feb 15, 2018

Official Press Release

SHARICE DAVIDS SHAKES UP RACE IN KANSAS THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ENTERS WITH A FOCUS ON OPPORTUNITY, EQUITY, AND ACTION SHAWNEE, Kan. - Democrat and Shawnee resident Sharice Davids today announced her candidacy for United States House of Representatives, officially entering the race to unseat Republican Kevin Yoder and represent the Third Congressional District of Kansas. Continue Reading

FEB 15, 2018

Another Democrat Enters Kansas 3rd District Congressional Race Against Yoder

 SAM ZEFF

Six Democrats are now in the race to try to unseat Rep. Kevin Yoder, the Republican who has represented the Kansas' 3rd District since 2011. Sharice Davids from Shawnee jumped in the race Thursday. "When elected, Davids will be Kansas’ first openly-gay Representative and the nation’s first female Native American member of Congress," Davids said in a statement announcing her run.. CONTINUE READING

February 15, 2018

JoCo lawyer hopes to be first Native American woman in Congress, first gay Kansas rep

BY BRYAN LOWRY

A Johnson County resident hopes to be first Native American woman elected to Congress if she can win the Democratic primary to take on U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder in the fall. Sharice Davids, a 37-year-old Shawnee attorney and member of the Ho-Chunk nation, served as a White House fellow during the final year of President Barack Obama’s administration.. CONTINUE READING

February 17, 2018

#NATIVEVOTE18 — SHARICE DAVIDS OFFERS A READY-FOR-CONGRESS RESUME IN KANSAS

By MARK TRAHANT

Another Native American woman is ready to make history. Sharice Davids is running for Congress in the 3rd district of Kansas.

Davids, 37, is a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation. She has a Ready-for-Congress resume. She is an attorney,  a Cornell Law School alumna, a White House fellow during the Barack Obama administration.. CONTINUE READING

February 22, 2018

Starty Pants podcast host Sharice Davids making bid to unseat Rep. Kevin Yoder

By TOMMY FELTS

Americans have an intergenerational responsibility to leave society and the country better than they found it, Sharice Davids said. The startup founders she interviews for her Starty Pants podcast understand that duty, she said.

“When I think about entrepreneurship, I think of the risk taking and forward thinking of people who are trying to address issues that they see in the market and their community,” Davids said. CONTINUE READING