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Posted on 01/14/2010 6:13:47 PM PST by MestaMachine
MISSOURI ELECTION CENTRAL
We need names, positions, platforms, news articles, statements, pictures. We need to separate the RINOS from the Conservatives, and most of all, we need to get the liberals of either party OUT!
We can do this if you help. I have started this thread. All you have to do is contribute a little time and a little research. Help us help this country, and between us, we WILL take our country back!
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I know that Bill Stouffer (R) will be running against the ancient one, Ike Skelton (D) here in the Missouri 4th district.
Stouffer ain’t flashy, but everyone I know who’s met the man say he’s solid.
This gal is honest.
If Missourians really knew Robin Carnahan they would not vote for her. However, it is poison for anyone to make people aware of her lifestyle. The closest that came was when a gay magazine outted her shortly after her election to Secretary of State (”one of our own has won an election!”), and then the article was dropped like a hot potato. Little is known about her husband and, needless to say, he doesn’t go on the campaign trail with her. She did mention that she would like Missouri to re-visit gay marriage, which went down 2-to-1 on a state ballot, but that comment was mentioned once on the radio and, again, dropped from the radar. She will not debate because she cannot answer spontaneous questions, particularly those on gay marriage.
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Candidates that come to mind.
US Senate Roy Blunt (RINO) Chuck Purgason (R) Robin Carnahan (D)
Incumbent Rep Ike Skelton (D)
A lot of info/links are available at The Missouri Republican Liberty Caucus. http://www.rlcmo.org/
Chuck’s got my vote.
A few of us in the Show Me 9-12 Project(local) are looking in to getting Chuck to come to Jefferson city for some interaction, fund raising, publicity.
CORRECTION: District 26 encompasses Franklin County, portions of Warren & St. Louis.
Brian Neives was one of the sponsors of the Joint Resolution “Missouri Health Care Freedom of choice Act” HR NO 57. He spoke on the behalf of a large number of Legislator supporters standing behind him on the stage at the Sovereignty Rally on Tuesday.
I find Mr Neivels a bona fide asset to Constitutional, 10th amendment Sovereignty. I was very impressed at his speaking. In fact, I loosely quoted his opening statement in the rally report I submitted.
I’d like it if he spoke up more often.
I wanted to post this 'Press Release' from Brian Nieves, Missouri State Rep district 98. He will be running for State Senate for District 26, which encompasses Franklin Cty, parts of Warren and St. Louis...(at this time). He is extremely solid in his views regarding the Constitution and State's Rights. If you are in the district, please, check him out. Let's take back what was stolen....It starts with the 10th Amendment.
I believe Brian is a solid legislator. But we really need to stand with him because the left wingers are going to unleash a lot of hell fire in his direction for supporting sovereignty. He need us to constantly rtemind him we are as committed to the fight as he is.
You’re right....but it’s the same all over the country (God help us.........how did this evil get unleashed??)
Thanks for getting back to me...and really, I hope Missouri FReepers consider a ‘get together. I’m not talking about BBQ’s, drinking, good times, etc......I’m speaking of suggestions and ideas of what we can do as citizens of Missouri (of course I’m not OBJECTING to a beer or 2 LOL)
We have a local group called the Show Me 9-12 Project at meetup.com. We have a couple freepers and several who will be easily recruited when they know how passionate we are about stopping the madness. We have met 3 times and have another meeting scheduled next Tuesday in California, Missouri. Strategy is already being plotted.
We would more than welcome any freepers or anyone else for that matter because this effort is going to require EVERYONE to take back our country. Think of us as the NEW PATRIOTS and not just freepers or tea party. No one single group is enough to win. It takes everyone working together.
Thanks for thinking of me and keeping me up to date.
You are quite welcome! Anytime.
Rep. Brian Nieves, who is term-limited in the MO House of Representatives, and Col. Jack Jackson, former member of the MO House of Representatives who quit to run for state auditor (and lost), are running for the MO Senate seat in the 26th Senatorial District, currently held by Sen. John Griesheimer, also term-limited.
IMO, all three of these men are great conservatives and would be worthy of election to the seats for which they are running.
Thank you for the clarification.
For House bills, go to www.house.mo.gov
For Senate bills, go to www.senate.mo.gov
I apologize that I do not know how to create links! If everyone bookmarks those sites and checks them regularly, perhaps we can gather an army of patriots and Freepers on short notice to go to Jefferson City when something of interest and/or major importance is being discussed or voted on.
The rally on Wednesday was fun and fantastic. But unless we continue to make our presence known and keep the pressure on, legislators of both parties may become weak-kneed. Also, by periodically walking the halls of the capital, we will provide moral and physical support for legislators like Nieves and Cunningham, et al, to continue to stand firm for the positions we support.
UPDATE: John Griesheimer....I deeply apologize for this glaring error. There’s no excuse. But Griesheimer is at the end due to term limits....26th District.
Now excuse me while I go pull my head out of my rear. Ty
Absolutely. Our jobs will never be over.......even after elections (and God willing we are victorious). Like I said to another FReeper...we can never again blindly trust who we elect.
You are right on and thx for the links!
as of 2003........My location is in 26th but willing to drive to 'meet'. Open to ideas...
Need to keep this map front and center for our group. Surprisingly some don’t know what district they are in.
There is another Leutkemeyer in the state house but not sure of his first name.
Got to go to bed. Nite all. talk later!
Rob Schaaf is running for State Senator for the 34th District (up here in NW Missouri). He has been our state Representative for the past several years and has definitely established his conservative credentials. He is a doctor, and firmly believes in the free market way of doing things.
He is running against Martin Rucker, another state Representative whose main claim to fame is that his sons played football (really well) for one of our local high schools and the University of Missouri. I honestly don’t know anything he’s done at the state level, but as a current member of the local school board, he’s a textbook liberal who believes spending public money is the answer to everything.
I am not a member of Dr. Schaaf’s campaign, but sending him to the state senate to replace a retiring democrat would help maintain Missouri’s conservative state legislature.
All: based on the locations of the responders we've received so far and on my limited knowledge of the state, perhaps a meeting in Rolla would work. It would be a bit-of-a-drive for everyone. I know there's a Denny's near the I-44 exit (assuming it's still open) where we could meet. However, I don't remember if they have a separate meeting room, or if we'd have to simply gather in the main dining room. Late-lunch on a Saturday might work: could drive to Rolla, meet about 2 pm, and drive home same day.
(PS: I'm not available until February.)
Just noticed your post. I suspect there’s a good chance Rolla won’t work for you. How about Jeff City or Columbia?
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Representative Blaine Luetkemeyer, 9th district has been outstanding IMO. I like him better than Hulshof.
He has been having tele-town halls. Calling system calls your phone, you press a key sequence if you want to ask a question. Calls go in a queue. First session had a number of well informed questioners, the second session was full of whiny looters. Made me sad and mad to listen to these fools that can vote.
Blaine handle the calls well even if they are ripping him a new one because the government is not wiping their rear ends to their specifications.
If you have a question and don’t get called on due to time constraint, someone from his office calls you the next day to get an answer to your question.
Bill Stouffer is the real deal. He is a State Senator from a heavily democratic district.He was reelected two years ago with something like 65% of the vote. He is a business owner,very conservitive.
Who will she be running against?
I can do a Rolla meeting. It’s just under 1.5 hour drive time.
I see the St Louis freepers are trying to pull everyone to St Louis. No offense to anyone in St Louis or KC, but politics in Missouri don’t revolve just around St Louis. The center of government is Jefferson city and that is where people can make a difference.
In the Capital you are given the chance, face to face in many occasions, to come into an open door to your district legislative office, sign in, and personally hand out printed info on legislation that matters to you. Plus you have access to the House Speaker, Senate Speaker, Majority Whip etc. Those people are very instrumental in allowing legislation to proceed or die.
After the Sovereignty Rally I received email from every office I visited including the Speakers.
Believe me, a group of people meeting in St louis, Tea Party, freepers etc, is not even on the radar in Jefferson City. We have to think BIG picture.
Correct me, But I think the other Leutkemeyer is maybe a candidate for State House and not sitting.
another related thread.
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