Clubb launches campaign for House District 144
PIEDMONT, Mo. – Vinnie Clubb publicly announced his candidacy to serve the people of Missouri’s 144th House District as their State Representative. The current office holder, State Representative Paul Fitzwater, will be exiting due to term limitations.
Serving as the new Vice President for the Piedmont Area Chamber of Commerce, Clubb, a Christian conservative, vowed to be a true voice of the constituents of a district where businesses continue to close their doors and leave behind a wake of empty buildings. He pledged to labor with local leaders to help keep existing businesses from leaving and strive to attract new commerce to the area. Clubb stated, “Our district is at a crossroads and it is going to take an entire team effort to ensure its preservation and growth. The decisions made in the next 2 to 8 years will play a pivotal role in the future of our district. I truly believe that our brightest days are still before us.”
As a Life Member of the NRA, Clubb is a firm believer that the Second Amendment is a necessary and vital cornerstone of our society. He supports the pro-life movement and believes in securing protections for the unborn beginning at their conception. Clubb also serves as the Farm-Pac Chairman for the Wayne County Farm Bureau Board and understands the importance of the 88.4 billion dollars that agriculture contributes to Missouri’s economy each year.
Clubb, a Republican Committeeman for Wayne County, has been heavily involved in campaigns and conservative issues over the past two decades. He has assisted in the campaigns of U.S. Senators Kit Bond and Roy Blunt, Missouri Senator Rob Mayer, Missouri Representatives Rod Jetton, Shelley Keeney Taylor and Paul Fitzwater.
Vinnie currently lives in Wayne County with his wife Rebekah and his two daughters, Aubrey and Savannah. He is a graduate of Clearwater High, Three Rivers College and holds a Master’s Degree in Theology from Berean Bible College. He is currently employed with Henry Schein Veterinary Solutions, previously McAllister Software Systems, where he has served in various capacities for the past 18 years. He and his family faithfully attend Victory Baptist Temple in Piedmont, Missouri.
For more information please visit www.clubb4missouri.com.