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The U.S. Representative for Kansas's 3rd congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Kevin W. Yoder (born January 8, 1976) is the U.S. Representative for Kansas's 3rd congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He was the Kansas State Representative for the 20th district from 2002 until 2011. Early life, education, and career Yoder is a 5th generation Kansan who grew up on a grain and livestock farm in Yoder, Kansas, a small farming town outside of Hutchinson, Kansas. Yoder graduated from Hutchinson High School. Yoder graduated from the University of Kansas in 1999 with degrees in English and Political Science. He served as KU Student Body President, President of the Kansas Union Memorial Corporation Board of Directors, and a member of the KU Athletics Corporation Board of Directors and became a member of Lambda Chi Alpha. While at the ...
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U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder revisits KU to talk politics

U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder sounds like a Republican. At a public forum on the Kansas University campus, he talked about a lot of Republican stuff. How the country needs to rely on the private sector to create jobs, how there shouldn’t be any “sacred cows” protected from budget cuts and promoting the 10th Amendment, which limits the powers of the federal government. It was his second such event since becoming a congressman and marked a return for him to the campus where he served as student body president. Back then, however, he said he had different ideas. He was a registered ...

Kevin Yoder Clueless On Jobs And Regulations

Congressman Kevin Yoder rose to give an angry speech denouncing government regulations. “Regulations don’t create jobs,” he said. Congressman Yoder is right, in a way. Regulations don’t create jobs – directly. Government regulations do, however, protect hundreds of millions of American citizens from fraud, property damage, injury, sickness and death. Regulations prevent corporations from abusing Americans’ trust. It saps money from the economy when large numbers of people have to stop working because they become ill after eating food that has toxic ...

Kevin Yoder Town Hall Meeting Olathe Council Chambers

I have been absent from the Examiner for the pastnine months, mainly after the 2010 mid term elections. I, like many others,have been sitting on the sidelines and watching things in Washingtonand around the country unfold. Just prior to President Obama climbing aboard Air Force One and flying to New York City, to attend yet another two fund raising events planned for later Thursday Night. The President made a speech at a factory in Michigan and slammed Republicans once again for the current problems in Washington. President Obama then suggested that all Republicans go see their congressmen ...

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