Rep. Sara Walsh announced her congressional candidacy in July, vying for a seat left open by Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler who is running for U.S. Senate.
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Winners stem from Farm Bureau to the Soybean Association to the Cattlemen, and really all of the Missouri ag community.
Rep. Mike Haffner’s HB 2005, enhances protections for Missouri property owners when private companies seek to use eminent domain to build high-voltage electrical transmission lines — like the Grain Belt Express Project. The bill was deftly moved through the upper chamber by Sen. Jason Bean.
The Arnold Police Officers Association has announced its endorsement for Republican state Rep. Dan Shaul for SD 22.
Representative Chris Brown is sponsoring legislation, HB 1683, which seeks to require public universities to grant course credit to students who score a 3 or higher on advance placement (AP) exams. This change would bring Missouri law in-line with Arkansas, Illinois, Kansas and Kentucky.
Rep. J. Eggleston is all in for state Senate. He is running to replace Sen. Dan Hegeman in SD 12 as he reaches the term limit for his time in the House.
Local retired teacher Doyle Justus has put his name on the Republican primary ballot for state representative in Lincoln County.
Here are the first-quarter filing reports for state representative in 2022.
GOP Rep. Jim Murphy has requested House Speaker Rob Vescovo form an interim committee on immigration reform, following months of frustration over what he said is the Labor Department’s inaction over reports of undocumented workers in Missouri.
Pro-Liberty candidate Dakota Worrell has announced his candidacy to unseat Rep. Robert Sauls, a Democrat, as state representative of HD 21.