Press Release: Activist files as Libertarian Candidate for 51st District
-for immediate release
The 51st Missouri House of Representatives race has expanded with the recent filing of Kevin L. Kobe for the Libertarian party ballot. This district covers the Independence Square and surrounding areas as well as Sugar Creek and a small portion of Kansas City east of I-435.
Kevin had most recently gained press as the former organizer for area tea party-style group “Liberty Restoration Project,” known locally for its opposition to Red Light Cameras, The Real ID Act, and the political influence of banks.
In addition to Real ID, Kevin has personally testified about last year's controversial MIAC Reports released by the State Highway Patrol agency which profiled several types of government opposition activism as potentially dangerous.
Kevin's political beliefs are based upon “Original Intent” constitutional philosophy, small localized government and small localized competitive capitalism. He became an activist after the failed 2008 Ron Paul presidential campaign.
Kevin Lives in northeast Kansas City with his wife. He is a father of two and comes from a family with several generations from the Independence area. His current occupation is in the Security field with other career backgrounds in Cooking and Shipping. In his spare time he studies politics, philosophy, and history.