Former state representative and House Minority Leader Paul LeVota (D) will be running for the 11th Senate District seat in 2012. The seat is currently held by Victor Callahan who will vacate the seat due to term limits.
A video from Paul LeVota’s campaign:
Hi, I’m Paul LeVota, candidate for Missouri state senate.
To kickoff this race we are launching paullevota dot com, the official website of this campaign.
I want to be your senator in order to stand up for common sense accountability in government. Over the past decade I have championed the cause of public education, introduced government accountability measures, and increased constituent outreach. Now, I want to serve you as your state senator.
I need you to be involved with this race. This website is only one way that I plan on keeping you informed and involved.
Running for state senate is a large undertaking. It will take a lot of time, energy and money to be successful. But I want you to know that I’m working very hard to win and I’m asking for your early support.
So, check out the website, sign up for a newsletter, and donate to our effort. But, most of all, I need your feedback. I want your participation in order to be successful.
Thank you again for checking out paullevota dot com. Check back often, we’ll have a lot of updates. I appreciate your friendship and support. Stay in touch.
The LeVota senate campaign website.
A state senate campaign is a tough and complicated enterprise. You can’t decide to run on the last day of filing in 2012 and expect to be successful in a primary or the general election.
You’ve got to lay the groundwork well in advance. Paul LeVota appears to be doing just that.