Today, Congressman Ron Estes announced that the campaign to represent the Fourth Congressional District will feature five debates and forums. The debates will give Kansas voters the chance to see the stark contrast between Estes’ common-sense approach to problem solving and James Thompson’s radical, socialist agenda. The debates and forums are as follows: Pratt Chamber of Commerce Forum (8/30) Kansas
On Aug. 7, Rep. Ron Estes decisively won the Republican Party nomination for his re-election bid to the United States House of Representatives. Despite Democrats’ attempt to deceive Kansans, voters in the 4th District strongly supported the Kansas champion who has been engineering common sense solutions in Washington. After the election was called, the Congressman
Former Cessna President Jack Pelton discusses Congressman Ron Estes’ work on behalf of general aviation. Ron led the effort to stop the so-called privatization of Air Traffic Controllers in the recent FAA Reauthorization bill. Ron has become the leader for aviation issues in Congress.
This article first appeared in The Hutchinson News: www.hutchnews.com/news/20180416/estes-holds-fundraising-advantage-in-4th-district. U.S. Rep. Ron Estes, R-Wichita, has built up a campaign war chest that dwarfs the accounts of two Democrats vying in the August primary election to challenge Estes in the fall. Quarterly campaign finance reports due Sunday showed: Estes: Had $463,066 cash on hand at the end
(Topeka, Kan.) – Today, U.S. Rep. Ron Estes filed for re-election to Kansas’ 4thCongressional District with the Kansas Secretary of State’s office in Topeka. Estes was first elected to Congress in the April 2017 special election to fill the seat held by Mike Pompeo. “I’m proud of what we’ve accomplished over the past year and