Jake LaTurner sworn in to Congress
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WIBW) - Jake LaTurner has been sworn in to serve Kansas’ 2nd District in Congress.
Jake LaTurner says he was sworn in on Sunday, Jan. 3, as a Member of the 117th Congress where he will serve Kansas’ 2nd Congressional District.
“As a 6th-generation Kansan, I am incredibly grateful for the privilege to represent the great people of Kansas’ 2nd District,” LaTurner said. “I pledge that my strong conservative values will always put our constituents first and to honor my Contract with Kansas. I will co-sponsor a constitutional amendment imposing term limits on Members of Congress. I will stand without apology for the sanctity of human life. I will fight to secure our borders. I will protect our sacred rights of religious liberty, free speech, and the right to keep and bear arms. And I will always live and raise my family in the great state of Kansas.”
Before being sworn in, LaTurner said he served as the 40th Kansas State Treasurer and was the youngest statewide elected official in America.
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