From someone who can’t be bothered to hold any open public town halls in her district.
Five GOP lawmakers mulling bid to lead conservative caucus
By Scott Wong – 07/14/18 12:43 PM EDT
Early jockeying has begun in the race for chairman of the conservative Republican Study Committee — the largest caucus on Capitol Hill, and one that has seen its influence grow with President Trump in the White House.
Asked if she’s interested in running, Hartzler, a conservative Christian, replied: “I’m praying on it.”
Her Missouri GOP colleague, Rep. Ann Wagner, is among those encouraging Hartzler, who chairs the Armed Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, to jump in the race.
“She’s a very active member of the RSC,” Wagner told The Hill. “She’s a solid conservative. And I would certainly love to see a woman like Vicky head up the RSC.”
“That would be an excellent dynamic and I think Vicky would be well-suited for that position,” Wagner added.
Uh, there’s a primary election in August and general election in November 2018 first, right?
If you’re afraid to face all of your constituents what would make you think you could lead in Congress? Oh, right, my mistake – IOKIYAR*.
* it’s okay if you’re a republican