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Topeka JUMP's campaigns.

Increasing Affordable Housing

Increasing Transportation to Living Wage Jobs

Decreasing Violence

2020 Nehemiah Action Update

Topeka JUMP had its virtual 2020 Nehemiah Action on April 27th. Over 1,000 people tuned in to view our public officials make commitments around transportation and violence.

  • JEDO Members Kevin Cook and Mike Padilla agreed to make a motion to include at least $100,000 per year for at least 5 years in the Go Topeka budget for SOTO and NETO Ride to Work programs.

  • County Commissioner Aaron Mays agreed to ask for $100,000 to be put in the 2021 county budget for Group Violence Intervention. GVI is a gun violence reduction strategy that has worked in dozens of other cities. 

2020 Virtual Nehemiah Action

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1,400 People support JUMP proposals

1,400 People support JUMP proposals

as of 04/29/2020

1,400 People support JUMP proposals

Data as of 04/29/2020

2018 Topeka Metro
2018 TWC
2018 Mars
2017 Topeka Metro
2016 TPD



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