"Let me say unequivocally — no candidate in either party can win this state without making inroads in rural Missouri."
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"I don't believe that we even get in the conversation without this bill being passed," Rizzo said on a phone call.
Several of the endorsements are notable, endorsing candidates in races that are expected to be competitive.
The Missouri Times compiled the endorsements that will impact Missouri's biggest Senate races.
The goal of the Interim Committee is to understand and identify ways to discourage illegal immigration and capture revenues the state is missing from the underground economy.
"I mean. people are going to be staying in hotels as far out as Columbia this is going to boost the entire western side of the state," Sen. John Rizzo said on a phone call Thursday. "This will provide a huge economic impact for Kansas City — and a big economic impact to Missouri."
"The issue at hand in the legislature these many years, what was the fundamental question? Is it right for eminent domain to be used for private gain? Farmers, ranchers and landowners will unequivocally say that is not right," Garret Hawkins, president of the Missouri Farm Bureau, said.
On Tuesday, The Missouri Farm Bureau (MoFB) issued their endorsement for Bruce. The endorsement is historic, being the first time the bureau has endorsed a candidate in an open-seat primary election.
St. Charles County, Mo. — The suburbs are up for grabs in Senate District (SD) 2 in what many predict will be the most contentious and…
Gov. Mike Parson signed into law this weekend greater protections for Missouri’s farm and ranch families in certain eminent domain proceedings.
Jeff Roorda, a former Democratic member of the House, has received seven endorsements over the last seven days, including endorsements from the St. Louis City and St. Louis County Police Associations.