Sharice Davids Launches Reelection Campaign to Continue Serving Kansas’ Third District

TOPEKA, KS — Today, Representative Sharice Davids (KS-03) filed for reelection to serve Kansas’ Third Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. With a proven track record of putting Kansans’ priorities over those of special interests, Davids is committed to building on her work to help lower prescription drug costs, create good-paying jobs for hardworking Kansans, and more.

“Today, I filed for reelection to continue bringing the voices of the people in Kansas’ Third District to Washington,” said Davids. “Throughout my time in office, I have fought to put Kansans first, to lower costs, and to make health care more affordable and accessible to everyone. If Kansans continue to give me the honor of representing them, I will keep working with both parties to make life easier for hardworking folks at home.”

During hertenure in office, Davids has been a strong advocate for Kansas’ Third District. She has collaborated across party lines to find common-sense solutions to fight the fentanyl crisis, support Kansas veterans, rebuild our nation’s crumbling infrastructure, bolster Kansas’ agricultural sector, support Kansas small businesses, and lower costs on everyday goods like medicinegas, andgroceries.

Davids’ reelection campaign will focus on rejecting extremism and promoting pragmatic, bipartisan solutions to support Kansans in every corner of the Third District, from Kansas City to Garnett.

Davids, a graduate of Leavenworth High School and the first in her family to attend college, worked her way through Johnson County Community College to Cornell Law School. Before being elected to Congress in 2018, she worked in economic and community development on Native American reservations and as a White House Fellow in the U.S. Department of Transportation. Davids is one of the first two Native American women to serve in Congress.

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