Rep. Kevin YoderKevin YoderThe net neutrality fight is also about protecting your privacy online House pushes to require warrants for all emails with appropriations amendment Hillary Clinton looks for her role in midterms MORE (R-Kan.) on Sunday said he was "shocked" by the "senseless" shootings in the Kansas City suburbs he represents.

Three people were shot and killed at a Jewish community center and an assisted living facility, according to multiple reports. A suspect is in custody.

Sen. Pat RobertsPat RobertsOvernight Healthcare: McConnell warns Senate not to block repeal debate | Insurers knock Cruz proposal | WH tries to discredit CBO | Lawmakers propose .1B NIH funding boost Trump: I’ll be ‘very angry’ if Senate doesn’t pass ObamaCare repeal bill Trump: Putin preferred Clinton in the White House MORE (R-Kan.) wrote on Twitter that his "thoughts and prayers are with the victims of senseless violence at the JCC in OP and Village Shalom in Leawood."

Sen. Jerry MoranJerry MoranThe Memo: Trump tries to bend Congress to his will Tensions linger between Trump and GOP lawmakers Trump plays hardball on ObamaCare repeal MORE (R-Kan.) tweeted that he was praying "for safety of everyone there."