"People say Missouri isn’t territory that a Democrat can win. We disagree. It’s still the state of Harry Truman."
Posts published in “Roy Blunt”
Roy Blunt has served Missouri in the U.S. Senate since 2011. On March 8, 2021, he announced he would not seek re-election to his seat.
The University of Missouri System Board of Curators voted unanimously to name its new health facility after U.S. Senator Roy Blunt Thursday.
"I will never be a weak Republican who wants to go to Washington and play politics."
Candidates for Missouri’s fourth congressional district have been critical of President Biden's handling of the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
"Planning is put in jeopardy when federal tax codes are changed by people thousands of miles away who don’t understand the impact on farmers."
"We expect this investment to increase broadband internet connectivity and access in every corner of the state for hundreds of thousands of Missourians."
"Suddenly people were working from home, going to school at home, getting their health care at home. … We’re going to have to factor all that into how we make this work."
"The State Fair offers us a unique opportunity to celebrate our hard-working Missouri farmers and ranchers, and I look forward to it every year."
With several contenders vying for U.S. Senator Roy Blunt’s position, former seat holder Kit Bond said Missouri needed a strong successor.
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt voted in favor of the bill, touting the potential benefits for the state’s roads, bridges, and information highway.