Candidates

Andrew Koenig – State Senate District 15

Andrew successfully sponsored and passed the first Missouri income tax cut in nearly a century, allowing us to keep more of our hard earned money. Andrew believes you know how to spend your money better than the government does, and will oppose any new tax hikes.

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Bill Eigel – State Senate District 23

Bill Eigel is a veteran, small business owner and a conservative. Bill believes politicians are not responsible for economic growth, entrepreneurs are and that government can help the economy by staying out of the way. Bill supports Right to Work and other efforts to provide more freedoms to businesses and employees to prosper.

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Ed Emery – Senate District 31

Ed believes there are three major requirements to return jobs and prosperity to Missourians: legislation to eliminate government-mandated union membership so Missouri can compete with neighboring right-to-work states; regulatory reform that will free small businesses from excessive and punitive regulation and engage the power of the free market; and comprehensive tax reform that eliminates the politician-empowering income tax and replaces it with a consumer-empowering consumption tax.

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Rob Vescovo – House District 112

Rob is fighting to close unfair tax loopholes, oppose any new taxes and end special interest giveaways and any tax credit that fails to be reviewed every 5 years and deemed effective.

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Dan Shaul – House District 113

Dan believes that far too many of our jobs have been shipped out of state and overseas. As our State Representative, Dan is dedicated to bringing these jobs back home to our community by getting rid of burdensome government regulations, fighting the spread of crony capitalism, and keeping our taxes low.

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Cloria Brown – House District 94

Cloria believes government should work for the taxpayer, not the other way around. Unnecessary government rules and regulations stunt the growth of Missouri jobs, and lead to a worse future, not a better one. If government spent less time making things worse, it would have time and money to help people who truly need it.

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Chuck Basye – House District 47

As a business owner Chuck sees first-hand the challenges that small businesses are facing today, and knows that we need less governmental interference and lower taxes to keep small business alive and growing. Lower taxes are the key to maintaining the businesses we already have, as well as attracting new ones, to provide jobs for the people of our State. Furthermore, reducing taxes on everyone, not just businesses, will give all Missourians more money to spend as they choose.

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Andrew McDaniel – House District 150

Andrew McDaniel supports policies that will reduce the regulatory burden on farms and small businesses as well as policies that will keep taxes low to keep jobs from fleeing over the border.

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Don Rone – House District 149

Don Rone knows the last thing we should do is raise taxes. Don is fighting to lower taxes in Jefferson City so we can create quality jobs in the Bootheel.

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Cheri Reisch – House District 44

Cheri recognizes that middle class families can’t afford to have their taxes raised because government bureaucrats can’t do their job well. Cheri believes in limited government and believes you deserve to keep as much of your money in your pocket as possible.

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Thomas Quinn – House District 132

Thomas believes when every dollar counts, a tax cut is the same as a pay raise and that the government should always work to take less from our hard earned paychecks.

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Steve Helms – House District 135

Steve believes our economy is too weak and we aren't creating enough good paying job opportunities for our people and especially our children. He has owned and operated several successful small businesses and currently owns an independent insurance agency that specializes in helping seniors.

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Tom Hannegan – House District 65

As a successful businessman, Tom knows what it takes to spur true job creation and economic development. Tom will work hard to bring economic prosperity back to Missouri, helping local business startups and making Missouri more competitive in attracting new business.

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Mary Hill – House District 17

Mary supports economic freedom. To create a prosperous future for our children, Mary believes we need to immediately reign in State spending and eliminate the burdensome regulations that government places on businesses and workers. Mary believes the government takes enough money from our pocketbooks. You can count on Mary to vote against any new tax proposed by the legislature.

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Mark Matthiesen – House District 70

Mark knows a great economy is based on a family's ability to earn a quality income, and the confidence that their income is going to keep coming. Mark knows when business income taxes are low, companies do not leave the state. Mark will work for a favorable economic environment that will bring business to Missouri resulting in more quality jobs for our citizens.

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Mark Milton – House District 90

As a tax litigator and compliance attorney, Mark works each and every day to help families and small businesses comply with the rules, regulations and policies put in place by government. Mark has a keen understanding of what works and what doesn’t. Mark will bring a fresh perspective to ensure that unnecessary red tape is removed so that our small businesses can grow and new jobs and opportunities are created.

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