January 28, 2017

Calling State Senators about these bills in which the government would interfere in a woman’s private health care decisions.

For Missouri State elected officials, including Governor, state-wide electeds, and State Reps and Senators, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm people can call the Capitol Switchboard in Jefferson City, 573-751-2000, provide their address, and will be connected to their State Rep or Senator.
After hours, people can look up their state senators, reps, Members of Congress, Statewide elected officials, and U.S. Senators at http://www.senate.mo.gov/legislookup/default.aspx


January 27, 2017

Keep the calls going into 573-751-3222 to let Governor Eric Greitens know we want him to Veto #RightToWork for Less. SB19 and HB91. If you get through, be polite and let him know we are ALSO against the Paycheck Deception bill coming up and any threat to Missouri’s Prevailing Wage. #StayWoke#DemsUnite #Forward. Please share. (The Gov. is apparently pretty hard to reach: http://www.koamtv.com/…/voters-have-trouble-reaching-governors-office#

Speak Out — Call Your Elected Officials

Speak Out! Call Your Elected Officials.

Missouri’s working families and our Unions are under attack in Jefferson City.  The Missouri House made the irresponsible decision to pass Right to Work (for Less) and moved it forward to the Senate; where debate began Monday 1/23/17. Listen now.

This extreme measure hurts workers and job development. In the past 12 months, Missouri has created more jobs than ALL SEVEN of our neighboring states that passed Right to Work.

Please call your Missouri State Senator’s office and ask them to vote NO on Right to Work!  Then call Governor Greitens’ Office (573) 751-3222 and tell him to #VETO Right to Work if it passes the Missouri Senate. Governor Nixon had the courage to VETO this same legislation; standing up for working Missourians. Let’s encourage Governor Greitens to do the same! This bill passed the House with 101 votes so if Governor Greitens choose to VETO this Legislation they would need to make up 8 votes to override his VETO.


“Hello. I’m ________ from _________. My zip code is __________. 

Please Vote NO (when calling State Senator)…

Please VETO any Right to Work legislation passed by the Missouri House and Senate (when calling Governor Greitens)….

(For Both Calls add)

No Missouri Voter went into the voting booth on November 8th thinking “how can I reduce my paycheck?” Right to Work (for Less) will reduce OUR pay and hurt OUR economy. This has been the result in every Right to Work state in the surrounding area. Information was released earlier this month that our Missouri economy is better in job creation and pay than any surrounding Right to Work State. Facts matter! Please do not hurt our economy and workforce by supporting Right to Work.

January 10, 2017

Calls to make to your Member of Congress TODAY!

1) Call these Members of Congress immediately, and ask them to support:
a. A bi-partisan independent commission to investigate any Russian effort to influence the results of our Presidential election, WITH THE RESULTS BEING MADE AVAILABLE TO THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE PRIOR THEIR VOTING.
b.  Requiring President Elect Trump to provide full disclosure regarding his business interests in other countries ALSO BEFORE THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE VOTES, to avoid conflicts of interest that could compromise our national security. He and his family members must divest themselves of stake in the Trump enterprise while he is President.
You can reach United States Representative and Senators by calling their direct lines in DC:  (Just talk to the person who answers the phone, or leave a message.  The assistants provide info. about the numbers of calls, pro- and con-, to the Members of Congress)
Our Missouri Senators are Roy Blunt  (202) 224-5721 and
Claire McCaskill (202) 224-6154
If you live in the Missouri’s 5th Congressional District, your Representative is Emanuel Cleaver II (D) 202-225-4535
4th: Vicky Hartzler (R)  202-225-2876
6th: Sam Graves (R)  202-225-7041
If you are not sure which Congressional District you live in, find it and your member of Congress using your address:  https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members/MO
These Senators are supporting the bipartisan commission. You can thank them, if you have time to do that:
John McCain (R), Lindsay Graham (R), Chuck Schumer (D), and Jack Reed (D)
These House Members are against the special bi-partisan commission:  (Unless you are their constituent, they probably won’t care, but…)
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Ky.)
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.)