A former suburban Kansas City mayor has become the third Republican to kick off a campaign to challenge freshman Democratic Representative Sharice Davids.
The Kansas City Star reports that Adrienne Foster announced her campaign this week for the GOP nomination in the 3rd Congressional District. Foster served one term as the mayor of Roeland Park, a community of about 6,800, before becoming executive director of the Kansas Hispanic and Latino American Affairs Commission under Republican Governors Sam Brownback and Jeff Colyer.
During her tenure with the commission, she faced calls for her resignation over comments she made in support of then-candidate Donald Trump.
Also running in the Republican primary is former National Down Syndrome Society CEO Sarah Hart Weir and Amanda Adkins, a Cerner Corp. executive with political ties to Brownback.
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