Please join us on Monday, January 28th for our first meeting of 2019.  While Kansas City, MO is appearing at or near the top of lists of coolest places in the U.S.to live, how are people who have historically been excluded or denied sharing in the enrichment, development, and growth of our diverse and geographically large city? KC Mayoral candidates will have an opportunity to share their plans for improving quality of life for ALL Kansas Citians, with an emphasis on empowering those who’ve been left out. Guests will have a chance to ask questions of the candidates. Please arrive at 5:15 pm to purchase your own food and drinks. The program will begin at 5:30 pm

 
 
So far, confirmed participants are (in alphabetical order):  Alissia Canady,  Phil Glynn, Jolie Justus, Quinton Lucas, Jermaine Reed, Scott Taylor, Scott Wagner.
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HAP regularly meets the 4th Monday of each month. Please check the HAP Facebook page (@HAPKC) to confirm meeting dates and times, and for more information.

Today’s Action: Call your Congressperson

We join the League of Women Voters in support of HR1: For the People Act which stands to improve American elections by making our elections more free, fair, and accessible to all eligible Americans.

News Updates: MO Special Session

Recent HAP Events

Updates on Recent Actions

Mission Statement:

The Heartland Alliance for Progress inspires, informs, and mobilizes Kansas City area residents in support of progressive causes and candidates.



How to Contact Your Elected Officials.

Sign up for Team Claire by emailing your contact information to TeamClaire@clairemccaskill.com and you will be contacted by their office when the campaign ramps back up!

Trump’s lawsuits, settled and ongoing: http://www.usatoday.com/pages/interactives/trump-lawsuits/

Who is lobbying whom in Jeff City: http://www.lobbyingmissouri.org

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  • We believe in equal rights for EVERYONE, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, ancestry, ability
  • Economic justice – good jobs for all, equal pay, paid leave, bargaining rights, fairness in lending
  • Educational opportunity
  • Quality, affordable health care
  • Environmental justice and reversing climate change
  • Comprehensive immigration reform
  • A free press and factual reporting
  • Fair and inclusive elections
  • The right to be safe from gun violence
  • Safe, affordable and adequate housing
  • Equal and restorative justice in the criminal justice system
  • Ending police brutality
  • Reproductive rights … and much more!
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