Parson hosts campaign rally in Warrensburg

Parson hosts campaign rally in Warrensburg

Parson speaks at a campaign rally Sunday, Oct. 25, at Players Restaurant, 627 E. Russell Avenue. WARRENSBURG — As part of his “Mike Works Bus Tour,” Gov. Mike Parson and Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe made an appearance Sunday, Oct. 25, at Players Restaurant, 627 E. Russell Ave. Parson reaffirmed his position as conservative, pro-life and pro-gun. Executive Vice President of the Missouri Cattleman’s Association Mike Deering, Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft and Kehoe also spoke at the event. Ashcroft said this election is not about policy on the First Amendment, the Second Amendment, education or taxes; instead focusing on what “we will be able to tell our children,” and “America didn’t become what is from 13 colonies because of Socialism.” Deering said the American dream is also on the ballot. Kehoe spoke on the Buy Missouri initiative, created and overseen by the office of the lieutenant governor. He said small business owners have thanked him that everything was not shut down. Kehoe said that, as of the morning of Oct. 5, the all-time high unemployment rate in Missouri during the pandemic was a little more than 360,000, with 200,000 people back to work and 200,000 job openings. Kehoe said Missouri ranks sixth in economic recovery during the pandemic, but made no mention of the current number of cases or deaths in the state. As of Wednesday, Oct. 28, the New York Times reported Missouri had more than 181,000 cases of COVID-19 and more than 2,900 deaths. Kehoe commented […]

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