It’s Been a Bad Week for Mike Parson

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Friends,

We’ve watched Gov. Parson refuse to take the reins and lead the response to the coronavirus pandemic for months. 

But now, he’s signed a no-bid contract to have an out-of-state consulting firm try to do his work for him. 

The State of Missouri has already paid a whopping $800,000 to these consultants, but as Nicole Galloway said this week, “All we have to show for (the contract) is rising infections, delayed school reopenings, a positivity rate over 10% and a spot on the White House Coronavirus Task Force’s ‘Red Zone.’”

Gov. Parson has abdicated his responsibilities. But in 58 days, we can elect a leader who’s not afraid of the hard work and the tough decisions. 

We’ve hired over 20 organizers all across the state who are recruiting and training volunteers, holding phone banks and text banks, organizing lit drops, and manning field offices in order to elect Democrats from the top of the ticket to the bottom.

Pitch in $20.20, or whatever you can, and support the work of our boots on the ground.

If we work together every single day from here on out, we will push Nicole Galloway over the finish line and bring true leadership to the Governor’s Office. 

Can we count on your support of $20.20 today?

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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