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Posts published by “Elise Eaker”
Elise Eaker studies journalism at Lincoln University. Prior to Lincoln, Elise graduated from Fulton High School. She is a native of Fulton.
"You can’t be disappointed when you hit a roadblock because there are so many roadblocks getting things done here."
Rep. Jim Kalberloh was born and raised in Lowry City, growing up on a farm before receiving a degree in farm management.
Rep. Raychel Proudie spends the majority of her day reading bills and amendments as well as meeting with other legislators.
“Whenever you’re a construction manager, you’ve got to get people to work together, and so I want to bring that to the table and build upon our strengths.”
One of the things Rep. Mary Elizabeth Coleman enjoys the most about working in the Capitol is that there is no typical workday.
"Banking has taught me that you have to be an extremely good listener, you have to look at how to help that individual, and you have to give them as many opportunities as possible."
Rep. Tim Taylor brought the fire to the Capitol and has already passed his first bill through the House.
Prior to working in the statehouse, Rep. Lisa Thomas served as a psychiatrist for nearly two decades.
The Friends of the United Kingdom Caucus had its first meeting with British Ambassador Karen Pierce.