Like his favorite superhero, freshman Rep. Brian Seitz says he hopes to promote three things: “truth, justice, and the American way."
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Get to know Missouri’s freshmen lawmakers.
Rep. Chris Brown said at the end of his term, he would like to look back and say: “I left the state and individuals in a better place than when I started.”
“With agriculture being the number one industry in the state, I just want to try to make it as strong as it can be.”
"I was elected based upon my viewpoints and beliefs that I try and portray in the campaign, but when it comes down to it, we are the voice of the people who elected us."
Rep. Josh Hurlbert, from HD 12, is bringing his experience from working closely with U.S. Congressman Sam Graves to the Missouri Capitol.
“My priority is to help the people of District 58. It’s not about my will necessarily, it’s their will and what they want to see done."
Rep. Randy Railsback, from HD 8, is bringing his experience from working with federal, state, and local governments to the Capitol.
Despite being a new legislator this session, Rep. Maggie Nurrenbern is no stranger to the statehouse or collaboration across the aisle.
“It wasn’t that long ago Virginia was a pretty conservative state, but there’s been a rapid transformation there in just a few years.”