Missouri Likely Voters
If November’s election for U.S. Senate in Missouri were held today, whom would you support if the candidates are [including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or already voted]:
Claire McCaskill, the Democrat 50%
Josh Hawley, the Republican 47%
Rep. Vicky Hartzler @RepHartzler
While in Osceola earlier today I had the chance to sit down and discuss concerns facing #MO4
[….] 10:42 PM – 30 Oct 2018
You think that’s an open public town hall? Evidently not. Some of the comments:
Another 6 people? I am sure you hand picked like minded people. How can 6 people even begin to give you a consensus of your constituents concerns?[….]
I think folks are mostly concerned you’re going to continue to represent them.
You didn’t invite constituents? I was just a few miles down the road. I would have been happy to discuss education, sensible gun control, and healthcare availability. Too bad you aren’t interested.[….]
Main concern #MO4 is you Vicky, you have overwhelmingly voted against interests of your constituents and taking side with corporate lobbyists in DC
This isn’t a meeting about #MO4, it’s a photo op with Warren Love and office staff. Why are you such a scaredy-cat Vicky? Why won’t you meet with real people? Happy Halloween, btw. We know your tricks. On Nov. 6th, we’ll give you a treat…at the polls!
I did recognize Warren…. Thanks for the heads up. I didn’t know the others were his staff.
At least one staff member. Others may be volunteers. I wonder what they’re really talking about? Certainly not how to represent the majority of #MO4. Otherwise the single sheets of copy paper on a wrought iron table would be full of notes.
Just another @RepHartzler photo op.
And a staged one at that!
See the guy on the hat?
State Rep. Warren Love [….]
You’re pretty good at photo ops, why can’t you hold a town hall?
No town hall…what are you afraid of???
Completely false and misleading …that’s Warren Love. The next time you stage a photo op make sure it’s people we don’t recognize ….
Renee Hoagenson (D), the Democratic Party candidate in the 4th Congressional District – challenging incumbent Vicky Hartzler (r), held a meet and greet event in Warrensburg early this evening. Over thirty individuals attended, listening to Renee Hoagenson speak about issues important to voters in the district like access to health care, education, small town economic development and a living wage, as well as asking her questions on a number of subjects.
Renee Hoagenson – Warrensburg – October 29, 2018.
This was one of several campaign events for the day.
At 9:00 a.m. today the annual University of Central Missouri Homecoming parade commenced in Warrensburg. In an election year there are the usual entries from candidates and political parties.
There were entries for Democratic Party and Reublican candidates and office holders. There was an entry supporting medical marijuana (Amendment 2 on the November ballot) and an entry for the Libertarians.
Candidate and issues groups passed out literature. Much of this ended up on the ground. The candy others distributed to children along the parade route faired a little better. Just a reminder, six year olds don’t vote.
If you voted “No” on Proposition A in August you vote for Renee Hoagenson (D) in the 4th Congressional District in November.
Finish the job. Otherwise, you’ll be facing “right to get paid less” again in the near future.
The results in August, defeating Proposition A, which would have imposed “Right to Work” in Missouri:
3228 of 3228 Precincts Reported
YES 453,283 32.534%
NO 939,973 67.466%
Total Votes: 1,393,256
And, of course, on the wrong side of Missouri voters:
Cosponsors: H.R.785 — 115th Congress (2017-2018)
Rep. Hartzler, Vicky [R-MO-4] 10/26/2017
Introduced in House (02/01/2017) National Right-to-Work Act
This bill amends the National Labor Relations Act and the Railway Labor Act to repeal those provisions that permit employers or labor organizations, pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement that is a union security agreement, to require employees to join a union as a condition of employment (including provisions permitting railroad carriers to require, pursuant to such an agreement, payroll deduction of union dues or fees as a condition of employment).
We received campaign mail from Renee Hoagenson (D) today: