2020 Legislative Forum

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The bi-annual Northland Coalition Legislative Forum will take place on Wednesday, July 15th, 2020 from 10:00am-11:30am. Due to the unique circumstances we are facing, this event will take place via Zoom.

The forum is hosted by the Northland Coalition, with funding and support from Tri-County Mental Health Services. Candidates running for State Representative and Senate seats will have the opportunity to answer a randomly drawn question regarding substance use and mental health issues that impact our youth and communities. After candidates answer their question, attendees will be split off into Zoom breakout rooms with their candidate where there will be the chance to ask a previously submitted question.

Any questions can be directed to Emily Barnes at emilyb@tri-countymhs.org or 816.468.0400 ext. 383.

You can find a list of the Northland Coalition’s 2020 Legislative priorities here.

List of 2020 Candidates
Representing Clay, Platte and Ray Counties






District 8: Lawson, Elmira, and Holt, and all of Clinton and Caldwell counties
District 11: Tracy, Weston, Dearborn, Faucett
District 12: Smithville, NW corner of 435, Camden Point, and portions of Kearney
District 13: Ferrelview, Weatherby Lake, Parkville, Riss Lake, KCI, Tiffany Springs
District 14: Lake Waukomis, Platte Woods, Northmoor, Riverside, portions of Kansas City in Platte County
District 15: Gladstone, Oakview, Oakwood, and portions of Kansas City in Clay County
District 16: Hwy 152 Corridor of Clay County, portions of Kansas City near Liberty
District 17: Claycomo, Pleasant Valley, Glenaire, and southern portions of Liberty
District 18: North Kansas City, I-29/I-35 intersect, portions of Kansas City in southern Clay County
District 38: NE Liberty, Excelsior Springs, Mosby, Prathersville,                                                                       Missouri City
District 39: Ray County: Richmond, Orrick, Hardin, and Henrietta.


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