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In the 2018 General Election Missouri voters overwhelmingly supported redistricting, ethics, and campaign finance reform in the CLEAN Missouri ballot initiative:

State of Missouri – General Election, November 06, 2018
Official Results
As announced by the Board of State Canvassers on November 30, 2018

Constitutional Amendment No. 1 [CLEAN Missouri]
3256 of 3256 Precincts Reported

YES 1,469,093 62.021%

NO 899,613 37.979%

Total Votes: 2,368,706

Meanwhile, today:

Sean Soendker Nicholson @ssnich
“I’m not undoing the will of voters.” – @calebrowden on @kbia just now re his push for SJR38 gerrymandering plan

reminder that @CleanMissouri passed SD19 with 71% of vote in last election

the senator was elected with 51% of vote in 2016

#moleg #fairmaps
12:20 PM · May 6, 2020

Uh, yep:

State of Missouri – General Election, November 08, 2016
Official Results
As announced by the Board of State Canvassers on December 12, 2016

State Senator – District 19
93 of 93 Precincts Reported

Stephen Webber Democratic 43,179 48.782%
Caleb Rowden Republican 45,335 51.218%

Total Votes: 88,514

Caleb Rowden (r) [2016 file photo].

He either believes that the voters are stupid, or he can get away with it, or both.