I think this is the most important Senate election in the country right now. It is so scary that a man like Todd could be as close as he is to having a say in our country's government. Claire truly cares about people in Missouri, and I cannot wait to continue working for this election.
Whether it is questioning the spending of the General Services Administration, the loose accounting of the defense contractors or neglect found at Walter Reed Hospital, she has attempted to hold those in charge accountable.
Amia is an intern in the Cape Girardeau office. She is part of our statewide grass-roots effort to contact voters and to ultimately turn out the vote we need on Nov. 6th to re-elect our Democratic candidates.
For years, we’ve employed a common sense approach to energy production that has provided affordable energy for families across the state, while also working to avoid burdensome federal regulations that drive up costs and stifle job creation.
Shelby is a field intern in our Columbia office. She is part of our statewide grass-roots effort to contact voters and to ultimately turn out the vote we need on Nov. 6th to re-elect our Democratic candidates.
Claire will be proud to vote for the Paycheck Fairness Act this afternoon. Yet for reasons I simply can't understand, many Republicans — including all three of Claire's opponents — don't think fairness should be a priority.