Blistering New Polling Out This Week

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New polling out this week shows Gov. Parson’s handling of the coronavirus in Missouri has dropped to a dismal 38% approval

Since just April, it’s dropped an astonishing 22 points

This follows his recent jaw-dropping acknowledgement that children will get the virus and spread it to others, but that schools should reopen anyway.

We see the Governor talking up personal responsibility everyday in his press briefings at the State Capitol, but then see him indoors without a mask at his campaign rallies on the weekends. 

His total inaction, and hypocrisy to boot, does not sit well with Missouri voters.

This is why who wins this race matters so much – because the health of our children, our families, and our neighborhoods are at stake. 

We’re doing everything in our power to elect Nicole Galloway to lead our state through this mess and its aftermath. 

This is personal.

So, we’re asking supporters like you to give $10 so that we can hire every single field and digital organizer we’ll need for the next 90 days.

Everything about this year is different – and Democrats are making gains they haven’t seen in a long time. This race is ours for the taking.

Dig deep and make a $10 or $20.20 contribution right now and we’ll put it to work right away organizing from Kansas City to St. Louis and St. Joe to Cape.

Thank you!

-Missouri Democratic Party


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The Missouri Democratic Party holds the distinction of being the oldest political party in the United States established west of the Mississippi River. For the last century, we’ve led the fight for working families. Today, we’re organizing in communities across Missouri to protect and build on our progress.

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