May 3rd marked four months since I was sworn in to serve as the proud Representative for Kansas’ 2nd Congressional District. I pledged I would always put my constituents first and to always honor my Contract with Kansas – I have kept my promises.
Last week, I visited parts of our southern border in McAllen and El Paso, Texas. The best word to describe what I saw is horrifying – massively overcrowded processing centers, young children exploited by drug cartels and traffickers, and the U.S. Border Patrol doing their best to hold it all together.
Immediately after swearing in, President Biden spoke about his eagerness to work with members of Congress of both parties to deliver COVID relief. After less than seven weeks since that statement, the President is opting for a purely partisan reconciliation process to pass a $1.9 trillion piece of legislation.
All Americans deserve the peace of mind of having a safe, reliable energy supply, especially during the cold winter months. However, the arctic blast that swept across the Midwest and Great Plains left thousands of families facing disruptions in their power and utilities. This has raised an important debate on the future on American energy.
As the proud representative of the 2nd Congressional District of Kansas, I am fully committed to serving the needs of all my constituents. Whether you voted for me or not, I am here to serve you – I pledge that I will always be a constituent-first Congressman.
I understand that I was sent to Washington to fulfill my promises and serve the needs of my constituents. In recognition of that, I moved swiftly to co-sponsor a Constitutional Amendment that imposes term limits on all members of Congress.
Washington, D.C., has increasingly become a place where politicians arrive with the sole objective of permanently staying in power.
January 22 marked the 48th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision. Now more than ever, America must continue to unapologetically stand for the sanctity of all human life. As the representative of Kansas’ Second Congressional District, my constituents can be assured that I will always protect pro-life values at home and in Washington.