There are many candidates and ballot issues for the voters in Missouri to consider on the November ballot. CWA of Missouri has assembled some resources for you to use, share with your friends, and/or download and print for your church.
Candidate Voter Guides:
- Variety of issues for the U.S. Senate, U.S. House and State Auditor candidates – iVoterGuide.org
- Variety of issues for the U.S. Senate, U.S. House and State Auditor candidates – votesmart.org
- Variety of issues for the U.S. Senate candidates – FRC
- Sanctity of Life ratings for Federal, Statewide and State Legislature candidates – MRL
Area Specific Sample Ballot and Polling Place* (Click on “Candidates and Issues” to get your sample ballot.)
CWA’s Party Platform Comparison – Comparison of the Republican and Democrat platforms on the issues we care about.
CWA of Missouri’s Statewide Ballot Issues description of all seven issues
Two push cards to freely print and distribute:
- concernedwomen.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Push-Card-MO.pdf(These are great for distributing in churches!)
The first two members, Powell and Russell, of the Missouri Supreme Court, are up for a retention vote on all the ballots statewide. The remainder are each on a Court of Appeal and up for a retention vote. One won’t have all the Court of Appeal judges on one’s ballot since there is Eastern, Western and Southern.
- Judge W. Brent Powell was appointed to the Missouri Supreme Court by Gov. Eric Greitens in 2017.
- Judge Mary Russell was appointed to the Missouri Supreme Court by Gov. Bob Holden in 2004.
- Judge Colleen Dolan was appointed to the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District by Gov. Jay Nixon in 2016.
- Chief Judge Lisa Page was appointed to Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District by Governor Nixon in 2015.
- Judge Jeffrey Bates was appointed to the Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District by Governor Holden in 2003.
- Edward Ardini, Jr. was appointed to the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District by Governor Nixon in 2016.
In the majority of Missouri counties, judges will be running as either a Republican or Democrat. Hopefully you will already know the belief system of a sitting judge who is running for re-election or a candidate for judge.
If you live in the city of St. Louis, St. Louis County, Clay County, Jackson County, Platte County and Greene County your county is included in the Missouri “Non-partisan” Court Plan. One can go to yourmissourijudges.org to get the links to judges who are up for retention in those circuits/counties. Using your sample ballot you downloaded from the Secretary of State’s website* enter the last name of the judges up for retention in your county’s circuits in the search bar found in the upper right corner. That should bring up that particular judge so you can read the bio and the Missouri Bar’s recommendation.
As you know, we are at a breaking point in history where the rule of law and civil discourse are being threaten by some politicians and radical activists who insist on getting their way, no matter what. Some are actually inciting that violence be directed at those with whom they disagree.
It is up to you and me to stand up to this mob mentality by praying against these malicious tactics and voting this November. Will it be mob rule or the rule of law?!
There are three simple steps that can have a significant impact on our state and nation’s future. Please join us in carrying them out.
As a Christian organization, we are first and foremost committed to prayer. As November 6 approaches, will you join us in praying for our state and nation? Please join us by setting a time daily to pray for this next election. Will you do that? Set an alarm on your phone, your computer, put a sticky note on your mirror, whatever works.
As a Christian organization, we are committed to educating and encouraging others to vote. Will you join us in this? Encourage friends and family through Facebook, twitter, email, etc.
It is our duty, as citizens and as Christians, to participate in the process by both praying and voting. The institution of government was ordained by God as seen in Romans 13:1-4.
It’s that simple, vote. Vote on November 6 or vote absentee ballot. In Missouri, we can vote by absentee ballot in person starting 42 days before and ending one day prior to Election Day with a valid excuse. Absentee ballots by mail are due seven days before Election Day. For more information, visit: sos.mo.gov/elections.
Take a look at the Candidates for U.S. Senate:
Voted NO on Justice Kavanaugh: Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri), “I will vote NO on Judge Kavanaugh.”
Supported Justice Kavanaugh: Josh Hawley (R-Missouri), “These were deliberate maneuvers … to exploit Dr. Ford and ultimately block Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation process. All of this for political gain and at the price of smearing Judge Kavanaugh.”
Information on additional candidates to come.
Two push cards to freely print and distribute:
- concernedwomen.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Push-Card-MO.pdf (These are great for distributing in churches!)
Helpful Missouri Voter Resources – Be watching for my email tomorrow that will include a variety of voter guides, ballot measure descriptions, and more.
Together we will impact our state and nation’s future – Pray, Encourage, and Vote!
Five of our U.S. Representatives from Missouri have been successful in dealing another blow to those who traffic in human fetal tissue!
Last week, Congressman Ralph Abraham (R-District 5-Louisiana), announced that the FDA canceled a contract with Advanced Bioscience Resources (ABR), which was one of the tissue procurement labs that, due to 2015’s undercover videos, is currently under investigation by the U.S Department of Justice. In 2015 the Center for Medical Progress videos revealed that ABR had set up a model that broke federal law by allowing clinics to profit from the sale of fetal tissue. Although fetal tissue research is legal, the profiting from said tissue is not. Federal law allows for costs like transportation and storage to be covered, but no one may profit from the sale of fetal tissue.
The contract was canceled in part because U.S. Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-District 4-MO), U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner (R-District 2-MO), U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-District 3-MO), U.S. Rep. Sam Graves (R-District 6-MO) and U.S. Rep. Jason Smith (R-District 8-MO) along with 80 other members of Congress, wrote to FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb earlier this month urging him to cancel the contract with ABR.
Additionally, groups like CWA worked with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to voice concerns over this contract and fetal tissue research in general. In a release, HHS said they cannot be sure the contract with ABR meets current federal requirements for fetal tissue procurement and, therefore, terminated it.
In addition, HHS has initiated a comprehensive review of all research involving fetal tissue to ensure consistency with statutes and regulations governing such research, and to ensure the adequacy of procedures and oversight of this research in light of the serious regulatory, moral, and ethical considerations involved. Finally, HHS is continuing to review whether adequate alternatives exist to the use of human fetal tissue in HHS funded research and will ensure that efforts to develop such alternatives are funded and accelerated. This administration is vocally and unabashedly pro-life. It is unacceptable that ANY research is being funded by tax dollars that utilize fetal tissue.
Federal law prohibits profiting from the sale of human fetal tissue, yet we know that it happens all too often. When the tissue of aborted children becomes a lucrative enterprise, the possibility of human pregnancy mills growing babies only to abort them and sell their tissue, becomes a horrific possibility. Medical research should be focused on ethical alternatives that are producing results; fetal tissue research has yet to successfully produce any therapies to this day. Thank goodness for pro-life elected officials like Congressmen Hartzler, Wagner, Luetkemeyer, Graves and Smith who work to restrain such evil acts.
However, Congress had the ability, through the appropriations process, to end the federal funding of this practice. There was an amendment offered and adopted into the House version of the Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education bill that would have made such practices illegal. It is disappointing that after getting this rider in the bill last year and again with significant support this year, the House and Senate leadership yet again failed to push for such a basic pro-life provision and instead rolled over to give Democrats everything that they wanted.
Let Us Both PRAY and ACT.
Please Pray: Pray for Congressmen Hartzler, Wagner, Luetkemeyer, Graves and Smith to continue to be bold in their fight for pro-life values and that God would give them the knowledge, wisdom, and courage to continue to engage the enemy in an effective way. “Be on your guard; stand firm in the faith; be courageous; be strong” (1 Corinthians 16:13).
Please Take Action:
- Contact U.S. Rep. Hartzler, Wagner, Luetkemeyer, Graves and Smith to thank them for being aware of this atrocity and for taking decisive action to stop it.
U.S. Rep. Vicky Hartzler at (202) 225-2876 and email
U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner at 202-225-1621 and email
U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer at 202-225-2956 and email
U.S. Rep. Sam Graves at 202-225-7041 and email
U.S. Rep. Jason Smith at 202-225-4404 and email
- Contact members of the House and Senate Appropriations Committee and ask them to support a federal ban on fetal tissue research.
House Appropriations Committee (Contact the entire committee in one email)
Senate Appropriations Committee (Each individual must be contacted)
Let our voices resound in the heavens through the power of our prayers, and, on earth, as we take action.
For Truth and Righteousness,
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Click here to watch ABC 17 report on – The state attorney general’s office argued that a recent health inspection at the Columbia Planned Parenthood clinic proves why the state needs stricter laws regulating abortions.
Wednesday, October 10, is the deadline to register to vote or change your address if you’ve moved since you’ve last voted. Click here for more information.
On November 6, we will each have the opportunity to vote for those who best represent our views at the county, state and federal levels. As Christians we want individuals holding public office who will make decisions regarding laws and public policy that build the family, not tear it down. The election ballot in November will have both candidates and issues on it that will need careful consideration by we who want to protect the unborn, definition of the family, religious rights and more.
Deuteronomy 1:13 says, “Choose for your tribes wise, understanding, and experienced men, and I will appoint them as your heads.” May we make every effort to do the same.
Have you moved since the last time you voted? Or, have you never registered to vote? No problem! You simply need to do so by October 11 in order to vote on Tuesday, November 6. Click here to do. Mark November 6 on your calendar.
Are you ready to go a step farther? Are you ready to make an impact beyond yourself? Please encourage your pastor to allow you to hold a voter registration drive in your church so the members are both encouraged and ready to vote on November 6. The IRS guidelines indicate that a church may sponsor or conduct a nonpartisan voter registration.
Concerned Women for America of Missouri has prepared a free Voter Registration Drive packet for our members and friends. The packet includes instructions and materials on how to conduct a voter registration drive as well as the materials needed. We suggest churches host voter registrations on the weekends of September 29-30 and Oct. 6-7.
Everything you need to coordinate a registration drive is below except for voter cards that you need to order in time to have a September 29-30 and Oct. 6-7 drive. The link is below, titled “Voter Registration Application Form.”
If you have any questions and/or would like to host a voter registration drive, please contact me. I am happy to assist.
Voter Registration Drive Packet:
Letter to the Pastor – Email or bring a copy of this with you when you ask your pastor/church if you can do a voter registration table at your church.
Church Voter Registration Coordinator Information sheet
General Voter Information
Voter Registration Application Form
Request for Missouri Absentee Ballot sheet
Absentee Voter Instructions
2018 Missouri Election Calendar
Flyers, handouts, and posters:
Political Guidelines for Churches and Pastors
Voters Decide the Future of America flyer
Old Enough to Vote flyer
Are You Registered to Vote flyer
Did You Know flyer
Registration Drive poster
Party Platform Comparison
This week some of our state leaders who helped with our Women for Kavanaugh bus tour were able to fly to D.C. to be present at Judge Kavanaugh’s hearings. These women were able to sit in for portions of the hearings and prayed over all of the proceedings. While in town, they all made use of their time here and made visits to some of their members of Congress.
CWA’s Missouri State Director, Bev Ehlen and CWA of MO supporter Sophie Shore met with staff and left notes for Sen. Blunt (R-Missouri), Representatives Ann Wagner (R-Missouri), Vicky Hartzler (R-Missouri), Jason Smith (R-Missouri), Billy Long (R-Missouri), Sam Graves (R-Missouri), and Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Missouri). The duo also stopped by Sen. Claire McCaskill’s (D-Missouri) office and were not able to meet with staff, but left a message asking Sen. McCaskill to commit to voting “yes” for Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court of the United States.
CWA’s Iowa State Director Tamara Scott and CWA of Iowa supporter Barb Hovland were also able to meet with Sen. Chuck Grassley, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, and personally thanked, encouraged, and prayed with him. Scott and Hovland were sure to spend some time in Sen. Joni Ernst’s office thanking her as well.
Former CWA of North Dakota State Director and current North Dakota State Senator, Janne Mrydal, also made the trek to D.C. and when not in the hearings, she was able to visit in Sen. John Hoeven’s (R-North Dakota) office. She also put in multiple requests to meet with Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-North Dakota), but was told they did not have time. Unfortunately, this is not a new response from Heitkamp’s office.
Concerned Women for America invites you to join us on our Women for Kavanaugh bus tour. We are excited to spend three days in Missouri rallying with all of you in support of Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court!
Donald Trump won Missouri in the 2016 presidential election with an impressive 56.4% of the vote! A large part of the support came from Missourians who were concerned about the future of the United States Supreme Court.
President Trump knew this and as a candidate, released a public list of possible Supreme Court nominees. Brett Kavanaugh was on that list, and today he is our Supreme Court nominee.
Sen. McCaskill has been unashamedly dismissive of Judge Kavanaugh as a nominee despite Missouri’s widespread support. Conservative Missourians have been vocal about supporting Kavanaugh. The big question is, will Sen. McCaskill listen to you, her constituents? This is the time to make your voice heard.
Come be a part of this historic moment!
Monday, August 13, 2018
The Pillar Foundation
7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
15820 Clayton Rd.
Ellisville, MO 63011
Penny Nance, CEO and President of Concerned Women for America
Bev Ehlen, CWA of Missouri State Director
Janae Stracke, CWA National Field Director
Justice Kennedy’s retirement means that we can put an end to judicial activism on the Supreme Court. This is a crucial time, and the left is doing all that they can to stop this confirmation. Judge Kavanaugh is a man of character, honor, and impartiality. Come remind Sen. McCaskill that Missourians want to Confirm Judge K! She needs to hear from you!
If you cannot make it to the meet and greet, please see the following list of stops where we will be passing through. We would love to meet you all and give you a free t-shirt!
Monday, August 13
3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Bass Pro Shop (parking lot)
1365 South 5th St.
St. Charles, MO 63301
5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Hobby Lobby (parking lot)
4033 Veterans Memorial Parkway
St. Peters, MO 63376
Tuesday, August 14
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Chick-fil-a (parking lot)
2106 State Hwy. K
O’Fallon, MO 63368
10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Chick-fil-a (parking lot)
1918 Wentzville Parkway
Wentzville, MO 63385
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Bass Pro Shop (parking lot)
3101 Bass Pro Drive
Columbia, MO 65202
3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Hobby Lobby (parking lot)
2001 West Worley
Columbia, MO 65203
Wednesday, August 15
10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Hobby Lobby (parking lot)
22235 Missouri Blvd.
Jefferson City, MO 65109
12:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Missouri State Fair
2503 W 16th St.
Please join us! Make your voice heard!
CWA of Missouri
In the last presidential election, Donald Trump won Missouri with 56.4 percent of the vote over Hillary Clinton’s 37.9 percent. He almost doubled Mitt Romney’s 9.4 percent margin of victory with an imposing 18.5 percent margin, winning 110 of 114 counties.
A big part of that overwhelming support came from Missourians who were understandably concerned with the future of the United States Supreme Court. Remember that the seat of Justice Antonin Scalia was held open in order to give the voters an opportunity to choose the direction we wanted for the Court through our choice in the election…
Participate in CWA of Missouri’s 2018 Constitution Day Project
(Click here to view and print flyer.)
CWA of Missouri has made it a tradition to celebrate Constitution Day every year. It is a time to express thankfulness for the republic that was established in 1787 through the signing of the U.S. Constitution. To celebrate we present a gift to the members of the Missouri General Assembly and our statewide and federal office holders. The aim of these gifts is to help them understand, and/or be reminded of the importance of our beloved Constitution and the freedoms that it protects.
This year we will be presenting a poster of the U.S. Constitution, a pocket sized copy of the U.S. Constitution and the 28 Principles of Liberty card to each member of the Missouri General Assembly. The 22”X 34” poster contains the U.S. Constitution, the Bill of Rights, Amendments 11-27, and on the back, the Constitution at a Glance (an easy reference to the Constitution). The 46 page pocket size constitution is excellent for keeping it handy, and the Principles Card is based on the twenty-eight principles the Founders used to frame our Constitution and form our republic.
Please support this project and the work that CWA of Missouri does by donating a gift of $10 or more.
Sponsorships need to be sent in by Friday, September 7. On Wednesday, September 12, we will present the gift to your member of the Missouri General Assembly with a note regarding your sponsorship. Please make check payable to “CWA” and write “CWA of Missouri” on the memo line. Send to P.O. Box 1352, St. Peters, MO 63376.
CWA of Missouri
You can weigh in on denying Planned Parenthood from getting federal taxpayer funds via Title X by just four “clicks of your mouse.”
The Title X program is a voluntary grant program that was created to educate and provide family planning services. Even though the law says that abortion is not family planning, abortion giants like Planned Parenthood have used this grant program as their own personal slush fund. But now we have the chance to stop it!
As with any federal regulation, there is an open comment period where the public has the opportunity to express their views. After the 60-day comment period is up, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will review the comments and issue a final rule based on the public’s feedback. The deadline is July 31, but we want to comment right away and then use the remainder of the time to encourage those we know to comment as well.
- Submit your comment to the U.S. HHS Secretary Azar regarding Title X Funds for family planning. Simply go to the Concerned Women for America website link, The Protect Life Rule, and follow the instructions. It’s easy and only takes a few minutes. We have even put together a suggested comment that you can use as is or edit to your liking. It is best if you add personal comments.
- Be sure to let them know you are a member of Concerned Women for America of Missouri.
- Please send this e-alert to your like-minded friends, pastor, lawmakers, family and acquaintances.
Please Pray: “Father, please work on our behalf and protect us from paying for abortion with our taxes. May our efforts be used to drastically hinder the deadly efforts of Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers? Amen.”
It is imperative that Secretary Azar hears from all of us. Planned Parenthood is angry about this, and they are mobilized with an army contacting Azar. They will sue and do what they always do, so we must be vigilant, mobilized, passionate, strong and courageous on behalf of babies.
It’s time to stand up, speak up, and let your voice be heard. This is our moment to stop taxpayer funding for abortion, and we only have June and July to stop Planned Parenthood and others from the misuse of this program.
Partner with CWA of Missouri through your financial support. We are continually grateful for those who give to the work of CWA of Missouri. When you give to the state, all funds are used for state projects such as lobbying at our state capitol. To contribute your tax-deductible gift to CWA of Missouri, please send a check written out to “Concerned Women for America” with “CWA of MO” on the memo line, and send to CWA of Missouri P.O. Box 1352 Topeka, MO 63376. Or click here to contribute online.
Your involvement, financial gifts, and prayers could not be more appreciated. Thank you!
Washington, D.C. — Yesterday, the Senate failed to pass S. 2311, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, by a vote of 51-46. This bill would have ended elective abortions after 20 weeks.
Penny Nance, CEO and President of Concerned Women for America, issued the following statement:
“Senators like Doug Jones (D-Alabama), Heidi Heitkamp (D-North Dakota), and Claire McCaskell (D-Missouri), who represent states where voters overwhelmingly support life, will have much to answer for in their next election.
“Today, these senators had a chance to stand for life. They chose to vote against life. They had a chance to defend the dignity of both children and their mothers. Instead, they voted without regard for the most vulnerable among us.
“The United States calls itself a champion of human rights but is one of only seven nations to allow abortion after 20 weeks when it has been proven that babies feel extreme pain. Today, we continue to align ourselves with countries such as China, North Korea, and Vietnam.
“A recent Marist poll showed that 60% of Americans support ending abortions after 20 weeks, but that majority had no voice today. It’s time to do better.”
For an interview with Penny Nance, contact Annabelle Rutledge at [email protected] or 916-792-3973.
About 25 years ago, Bruce Barilla from West Virginia took the initiative of promoting the week of Thanksgiving as “Christian Heritage Week”. Every year, governors, mayors, and boards of county commissioners across the country are approached to sign proclamations that recognize our country’s Christian roots.
Christian Heritage Week is set aside annually to acknowledge the vital role that Christianity has played in our nation’s history. Each year, the celebration occurs during the week of Thanksgiving. Citizens are encouraged to seek proclamations from their governors, county commissions, and mayors, which acknowledge our Christian heritage.
Concerned Women for America of Missouri is in contact with the office of Gov. Greitens seeking his participation. We are asking our members to take on this project with their local government entities. We have created proclamations for the board of county commissioners or the mayor of one’s city to sign.
We hope that this becomes an annual event and continually grows here in Missouri and nationwide. It is so important to know our Christian heritage. Sadly, public schools are not teaching the Christian foundation of our country and the importance it played in forming our republic.
Take Action: Please contact us to get a proclamation that you can have your mayor and/or board of county commissioners sign. We can send the document to you via email for you to print, or we can print one on 8.5 x 14 parchment paper and mail it to you. A gift of $5 to cover the cost of shipping would be appreciated.
Please Pray: Pray that this ministry will grow in our great state of Missouri.
On Tuesday, July 25, HCS SB5 was taken up on the Senate floor. We are pleased to report that all went well; the motion to go to conference was defeated, and HCS SB5 was finally passed by a vote of 22-9. It was signed by Gov. Greitens yesterday afternoon. Click here for the Senate Journal for Tuesday, July 25.
Thank you for responding to our last e-alert on this matter with your prayers and your action!
Take Action: “Thank you” calls and/or emails are now in order.
- Please contact your state senator and thank him/her for voting for HCS SB5. Those who voted ”yea” are listed below. If your senator voted “nay” or was absent, no contact needs to be made.
- Then if you would contact President Pro Tem Ron Richard at (573)-751-2173 or [email protected] and Majority Floor Leader, Sen. Mike Kehoe, at 573-751-2076 or [email protected] and tell them how pleased you are that HCS SB5 went to a vote on Tuesday and passed. They were instrumental in making that happen.
- If so moved, please contact the sponsor of the bill, Sen. Andrew Koenig at 573-751-5568 ([email protected]), and thank him for standing strong. He had to withstand a lot of pressure to compromise and allow HCS SB5 to be weakened by the Senate. He stood strong!
There were a couple of other Senators who should be noted – Sen. Bob Onder and Sen. Bill Eigel. Both of these individuals joined in much of the afternoon’s debate with Sen. Andrew Koenig excellently articulating the reasons to adopt the stronger pro-life bill the House sent back to the Senate.
Praise: Join us in thanking the Lord for this great victory!
Thank you again for praying and taking action on one of the strongest pro-life bills to pass our Missouri General Assembly in years!
Read on to get a little more detail on Tuesday’s activity on the floor. You’ll want to see how your State Senator voted on each point.
Bev Ehlen, State Director, Gina Allen, CWA of Missouri’s Pro-Life Coordinator, and Vicki Leuther, member of our Legislative Team were in the Senate Gallery watching and praying and posting to Facebook.
There was some drama with a motion to go to conference. That motion failed.
Sen. Koenig offered a privileged motion – Motion for the Previous Question. A senator has to have eighteen senators to sign a petition in order to close the debate (stop a filibuster). Here are the names of the twenty the Senators who signed that petition. A special thank you to them!
Andrew Koenig , Daniel Hegeman, Bob Onder , Jay Wasson, Ed Emery, Brian Munzlinger, Dave Schatz, Denny Hoskins, Bill Eigel, David Sater, Paul Wieland, Mike Cunningham, Will Kraus , Dan Brown, Wayne Wallingford, Caleb Rowden, Ron Richard, Jeanie Riddle, Mike Kehoe
The vote to pass the privileged motion which would stop the Democrats’ filibuster of the bill and make it possible to go to a final vote on HCS SB5 was passed. Here are the votes on that motion.
YEAS-19: Brown, Cunningham, Eigel, Emery, Hegeman, Hoskins, Kehoe, Koenig, Kraus, Munzlinger, Onder, Richard, Riddle, Rowden, Sater, Schatz, Wallingford, Wasson, Wieland,
NAYS-12: Curls, Dixon, Holsman, Hummel, Libla, Nasheed, Rizzo, Romine, Schupp, Sifton, Silvey, Walsh
Absent with leave-1: Chappelle-Nadal
Then the final vote on HCS SB5 was taken and passed by the following vote:
YEAS-22: Brown, Cunningham, Dixon, Eigel, Emery, Hegeman, Hoskins, Kehoe, Koenig, Kraus, Libla, Munzlinger, Onder, Richard, Riddle, Romine, Rowden, Sater, Schatz, Wallingford, Wasson, Wieland
NAYS-9: Curls, Holsman, Hummel, Nasheed, Rizzo, Schupp, Sifton, Silvey, Walsh
Absent with leave-1: Chappelle-Nadal
The President declared the bill passed.
The goal of the Encourage-A-Legislator (EAL) program is to inspire each member of Missouri’s House and Senate, as well as state-wide office holders, by continually praying for them and sending them a postcard every week throughout January to May, the current legislative session.
Click here for more information and to view our EAL brochure.
If you would like to participate in our 2018 EAL program, please contact Ginger Yoak, CWA of Missouri’s Encourage-A-Legislator Coordinator at (636) 561-3145 or e-mail her at [email protected].
Please pray for many new sponsors and positive influence within the Missouri General Assembly in 2018. As always, please pray for the work we do in Jefferson City at our State Capitol.
CWA of Missouri has made it an annual tradition to celebrate Constitution Day. We express thankfulness for the republic and for the freedom that was established by this significant founding document. Every year, we present a gift to the members of the Missouri General Assembly, our statewide office holders and the Missouri members of Congress. The gift will help them understand and remember the importance of the U.S. Constitution and the freedom that it protects.
Click here to view flyer for more information.