Schmitt's new ad, titled “Wrong for Farmers." was released this week during the Missouri State Fair, the largest gathering of members of the agricultural community in the whole state.
Posts published in “2022 Elections”
From statewide races to local contests, here’s everything you need to know about the 2022 elections.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt rolled to a smashing victory in the U.S. Senate race with 45% of the vote. Congresswoman Hartzler came in second with 22%. In a change of pace, it was the woman beating Eric Greitens, instead of the other way around, he came in a distant third with a weak 18%.
Child advocate Jill Carter has won the Republican primary to represent Missouri’s 32nd Senate District. Carter beat incumbent Sen. Bill White by nearly five points in a tightly contested election.
State Rep. Mary Elizabeth Coleman, R-Arnold, has won the Republican primary to represent Missouri’s 22nd Senate District.
Rep. Nick Schroer, R-O’Fallon, has won the Republican primary in Missouri’s Second Senate District.
Incumbent Sen. Justin Brown, R-Crawford County, has won the Republican primary to continue his re-election bid in Senate District 16.
Incumbent Sen. Lincoln Hough, R-Greene County, has won the Republican primary to continue his bid for re-election in Senate District 30.
Incumbent Congresswoman Cori Bush will avoid the title of being a one-term Representative.
Trudy Busch Valentine, daughter of beer magnate August "Gussie" Busch, has secured the Democratic nomination for United State Senate.
State Sen. Eric Burlison, R-Greene County, has secured the GOP nomination to represent Missouri’s Seventh Congressional District. The seat is being vacated by would-be incumbent Billy Long, who left to seek election to the U.S. Senate.