New lines could prove disastrous for this Democratic Party rising star who ascended to national prominence thanks to the middle-class white ladies of Johnson County.
Accordingly, here's her latest talking point targeting the super rich . . .
“There are leaders in the Kansas Legislature who have explicitly stated their motivation to gerrymander maps to their party’s political advantage,” she said. “I know people are tired of feeling like billionaires have more of a say than they do in our democracy, tired of having their voices taken away by partisan gerrymandering.”
She said some elected public officials were placing their partisan political goals above the public’s interests, which was “truly insulting to folks that not only want but deserve to have their voices listened to.”
Ironically, or not, a partisan prog blog carries the rest of the partisan screed.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news links . . .
TOPEKA - U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids lashed out Wednesday at politicians motivated by personal and partisan gain to create a gerrymandered map of congressional districts in Kansas that effectively silences the electoral voice of voters in the Kansas City region.
by: Sydnie Holzfaster Posted: / Updated: STILWELL, Kan. - State lawmakers could soon have to make decisions on how to redraw the lines of Kansas' 3rd Congressional District. Tuesday, the House and Senate Committees on Redistricting wrapped up the final listening tour before the start of the 2022 legislative session.
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