Columbia Chamber of Commerce Hosts Missouri Lt. Gov. and Proposition D Supporter for Forum


COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Columbia Chamber of Commerce is hosting Missouri Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe and’s Scott Charton to talk about the details of the Proposition D. Voters will have the chance to vote on the ballot initiative on Tuesday, November 6. Proposition D will generate funding to be used for improving the state’s transportation systems. By increasing the motor fuel tax by two and one-half cents per gallon annually for four years (beginning July 1, 2019), it is estimated to generate $288 million annually to be dispersed to state and local governments. These funds will be used for road construction and maintenance.

What: Proposition D forum

Who: Missouri Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe and’s Scott Charton

When: Tuesday, October 16 from 11 a.m. – noon

Where: Drury Plaza Hotel Columbia East (3100 Interstate 70 Dr SE)

If you have questions or would like to schedule an interview, please contact Brad Johnson at (573) 817-9108.

The Columbia Chamber of Commerce was established in 1905 and is a voluntary, member-supported organization of business, industrial and professional people who are dedicated to developing, promoting and maintaining a sound and healthy economic climate for Columbia. The Columbia Chamber of Commerce is recognized as a 5-Star Accredited Chamber by the United States Chamber of Commerce.