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Missouri AFL-CIO COPE endorsements

Close view of a collection of VOTE badges. 3D render with HDRI lighting and raytraced textures.The following COPE endorsements have been made by the Missouri AFL-CIO executive board for the Missouri primary election Aug. 2. This list includes only those candidates within the Greater St. Louis area covered by Labor Tribune circulation. A seat that is marked as “open” indicates more than one qualified candidate. “No endorsement” means there’s no candidate that deserves an endorsement. Incumbents are marked with an asterisk(*).

Governor

Democrat Chris Koster

Republican – No endorsement

Secretary of State

Democrat – Robin Smith (D)

Republican – No endorsement

Lt. Gov.

Democrat – OPEN

Republican – No endorsement

Treasurer –

Democrat – OPEN

Republican – No endorsement

Attorney General

Democrat – OPEN

Republican – No endorsement

 

U.S. Senate

Democrat Jason Kander

Republican – No endorsement

 

U.S. Congress

1st District

Democrat – Lacy Clay*

2nd District

Democrat – Bill Otto

Republican – No endorsement

3rd District

No endorsement

8th District

No endorsement

 

MISSOURI SENATE

District 1

Democrat Scott Sifton*

Republican – No endorsement

District 3

Republican – Gary Romine*

District 5

Democrat – Jamilah Nasheed*

Republican – No endorsement

District 13

Democrat Gina Walsh*

District 15

Democrat – Mark Boyko

Republican – No endorsement

District 19

Democrat – Steven Webber

Republican – No endorsement

District 23

Democrat – No endorsement

Republican – Anne Zerr

District 25 – Burlison (D) No R

 

MISSOURI HOUSE OF REPRSENTATIVES

District 5

Democrat – O.C. Latta

District 42

Republican – Bart Korman*

District 43

Democrat – Ed Lockwood

District 44

Democrat – Tom Pauley

District 45

Democrat – Kip Kendrick*

District 46

Democrat – Martha Stevens

District 47

Democrat – Susan McClintic

District 51

OPEN

District 54

Democrat – Bob Gregory

District 61

Democrat – Tom Smith

District 65

Democrat – Kenny Bierman

District 66

Democrat – Tommie Pierson Jr.

District 67

Democrat – Alan Green*

District 68

Democrat – Bert Atkins

District 69

Democrat – Gretchen Bangert

District 70

Democrat – Byron DeLear (D)

District 71

Democrat – Sue Merideth*

District 72

Democrat – Mary Nichols*

District 73

OPEN

District 74

Democrat – Cora Faith-Walker

District 75

Democrat – Teona McGhaw-Boure

District 76

Democrat – Josua Peters*

District 77

Democrat – Steve Roberts

District 78

Democrat – Penny Hubbard*

District 79

Democrat – Michael Butler*

District 80

Democrat – Peter Merideth

District 81

Democrat – Alfred J. (Fred) Wessels

District 82

Democrat – Donna M.C. Barringer

District 83

Democrat – Gina Mitten

District 84

Democrat – Karla May*

District 85

Democrat – Clem Smith*

District 86

Democrat – Joe Adams*

District 87

Democrat – Stacey Newman

District 88

Democrat – Tracy McCreery

District 89

Democrat – Jack Schilligo

District 90

Democrat – Deb Lavender

District 91

Democrat – Sarah Unsicker

District 92

Democrat – Genise Monticello*

District 93

Democrat – Bob Burns*

District 94

Democrat – Vicki Lorenz Englund

District 95

Democrat – OPEN

Republican – OPEN

District 96

Democrat – No candidate

Republican – OPEN

District 97

Republican – John McCaherty*

District 104

Republican – Kathie Conway

District 105

Democrat – OPEN

Republican – OPEN

District 106

Democrat – OPEN

Republican – Chrissy Sommer*

District 107

Republican- Rick Lucas

District 108

Democrat – Ed Shew

Republican – Jeff Schwentker

District 111

Republican – Shane Roden*

District 112

Democrat – Robert Butler

District 113

Democrat – Karen Settlemoir-Berg

District 114

Republican – Becky Ruth*

District 115

Republican – Elaine Gannon

District 116

Republican – Kevin Engler

District 117

Democrat – Travis Barnes

Republican – Mike Henderson

District 118

Democrat – Ben Harris*

District 119

Republican – Nate Tate

District 144

Republican – Paul Fitzwater*

District 149

Democrat – Brantley Atchley

District 150

Democrat – Lena Samford

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