Two weeks out from Election Day, the candidates for SD 15 came together to debate the issues on Missourians’ minds this year.
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Finding a safe way to get students back to in-person learning was a priority this fall, according to University of Missouri System President Mun Choi.
As he recovered from a bout of COVID-19, Gov. Mike Parson said he was ready to get back to the campaign trail.
“I think we need to look at each individual area, but I do think if the governor said something straight and gave some guidance it would bring people together to see what’s best for the state of Missouri.”
When Gov. Parson called a special session to focus on murders in St. Louis there was an instant push back from elected Democrats.
The best way for leaders to make a difference when it comes to issues in the Black community is to be informed, according to Missouri Sen. Brian Williams.
The best thing that people whose minds are opening up to the issues that the black community faces can do is to reach out, according to Frank White.
Members of Missouri’s Black Caucus are taking the lead in protests around their communities, according to House Minority Leader Crystal Quade.
Missourians in rural areas are feeling ready to get out and move forward, according to Senate President Pro Tem Dave Schatz.
Efforts to assist Americans in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic have gone from a collaborative effort across the aisle to a “partisan charade,” according to U.S. Congresswoman Ann Wagner.