Even if it means sometimes taking on your own Party so that you ALWAYS stand up for workers---that’s what it means to be a truly independent voice for the Northland.That’s Kevin’s outstanding record. And that’s what he will do for us in the state house. Kevin’s been endorsed by both pro-jobs business organizations like the state’s largest small business group and the Missouri Chamber and by pro-worker groups and teacher groups.
Northlanders only have one vote, Kevin Corlew makes sure it’s always an independent voice for the Northland.
Kevin knows he was not elected to go along and get along. That’s why he fights for our good paying jobs…for our values and rights. Kevin is the grandson of a union meatpacker and a roofer. His dad was a minister and mother a nurse. Kevin’s been a warehouse worker, bank teller, youth leader at church, and worked weekends pushing a broom and cleaning toilets to put himself through law school. No one has to tell Kevin what it’s like to work hard, and struggle to provide for your family---and worry if there will be enough to make it to the next paycheck...Northland working women and men in this district only have one vote. Kevin makes sure it works for them.
Married with three children, Kevin and his wife, Amy, were honored in 2011 by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute as Angels in Adoption. The award recognized the Corlews for their commitment to adoption and their work to promote adoption with other families.