Clem Smith said his focus is on flipping seats from red to blue, aggressively supporting Medicaid expansion efforts, and promoting participation in the U.S. Census.
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The Associated Industries of Missouri (AIM) PAC announced its endorsement of Gov. Mike Parson on Wednesday, praising his focus on workforce development and education.
The race is between state Rep. Elaine Gannon; owner of Scism Ford, Kent Scism; and Joshua Barrett, a veteran who is a part-time employee of the Mineral Area College Police Department.
Auditor Nicole Galloway hauled in more than $1.1 million in the last quarter with no in-person fundraisers amid the global health crisis, her campaign said.
Clem Smith is taking over as acting chair of the Missouri Democratic Party, replacing Jean Peters Baker, who served as the party’s chair since 2018.
Bill Owen announced a slate of Republican endorsements in his race to represent House District 131, comprised of Northern Springfield and Greene County.
Former high school teacher Connor Nowalk is running for a Kansas City-area House seat with a focus on public education.
"This type of retaliation is why African American teachers are silenced. They see things and can’t speak up because they know this is what will happen."
Susan Klein, the executive director of Missouri Right to Life, said the endorsements this year were made unanimously by the board.
Bruce Sassmann, Republican candidate for Missouri House Representative of District 62, is focusing on getting Missouri back to work and reducing government control over the economy.