JEFFERSON CITY — A political action committee supporting a Sunset Hills state representative weighing a statewide campaign landed a $200,000 contribution from a secretive nonprofit on Monday.
In November, state Rep. David Gregory, a Republican, changed his committee registration to reflect that he was exploring a run for statewide office, presumably auditor, the only statewide position in Jefferson City up for grabs next year.
The Alliance for Economic Progress Inc. sent Gregory’s Show Me Growth PAC $200,000 on Monday, according to the Missouri Ethics Commission. The original source of the money was not clear. [….]
Are you trying to say that as of January 20th that President Trump will still be president?
Josh Hawley: “Well Brett, that de,that depends on what happens on Wednesday.”
Shots have been fired inside the Capitol building.
The Capitol being overrun, lawmakers diving for cover, hearing flashbangs, armed standoff at the doors of the House floor.
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley helped to incite the riot at the U.S Capitol, fanning the flames of a lie. Hawley spearheaded the movement to object to the Electoral College certification. At the Capitol with his fists raised, gave a supportive fist to the insurrectionists as they descended on the capitol and then sent out a fundraising text message during its invasion.
Hawley was dropped by donors and disavowed by his mentor John Danforth. Four people died in the chaos. The Kansas City Star writes plainly that he has quote blood on his hands.
Senators swear an oath to the Constitution and loyalty to this country, not aid and abet an attempted coup against both.
Or if you’ve overseen an incompetent [accessed 10/13/2020] state response to COVID-19.
Thank you for accessing the Show Me Strong COVID-19 dashboards. The public health dashboards are currently under maintenance and were last updated on Saturday, October 10. They will be back up and running soon once a database extract error is resolved. Read more here on the website of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
The indicated link at “here” in the announcement on the Missouri DHSS COVID-19 dashboard site is broken.
…As of Tuesday afternoon, there have been at least 149,731 cases and 2,486 deaths in Missouri since the beginning of the pandemic, according to a New York Times database…
Or if you’ve cut off 100,000 Missouri Children from access to health care.
“…one of more than 100,000 Missouri children who have been dropped from the state’s Children’s Health Insurance Program since 2018. In September 2019, the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission reported that Missouri had the largest decline — 15.1 percent — in children covered by those two insurance programs between May 2017 and May 2019. Parson became governor on June 1, 2018, following the resignation of Governor Eric Greitens…”
Governor Mike Parson (r) [2018 file photo].
We got mail today from the right wingnut PAC, Uniting Missouri, propping up Mike Parson’s (r) gubernatorial campaign:
State Auditor Nicole Galloway (D) [2019 file photo].