MWLC Endorses Jessica Merrick!

Jessica Merrick for Missouri House District 20Jessica Merrick is running for State Representative in District 20, which is primarily the 24 Highway corridor from Sibley to Sugar Creek. She's a staunch believer in healthcare, fully funded schools, and developing good paying jobs through an investment in our failing infrastructure. 

Jessica is excited and devoted to running a campaign that focuses on the concerns of her constituents and ultimately being a new voice and a new choice. 

It takes big money to run. Consider making a donation to the MWLC PAC to provide the important financial support to Jessica Merrick and other progressive women who are running for State office from areas outside Missouri's two major cities.

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MWLC was founded in 2001 to achieve political gender equality in Missouri by recruiting and helping elect progressive women from cities, suburbs, small towns and rural areas outside of STL and KC.

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  • David Schlup
    commented 2018-07-06 09:27:55 -0500
    Please fix the work comp laws in the State of Missouri, so injured workers in the State of Missouri are able to get medical care for their workplace injuries.

    I was injured on the job in the State of Missouri in 2010, over seven and a half years ago and I still can’t get medical care for my workplace injuries.

    You can read more about my workplace injuries on my website:

    www.whycvs.com
  • David Schlup
    commented 2018-07-06 09:27:55 -0500
    Please fix the work comp laws in the State of Missouri, so injured workers in the State of Missouri are able to get medical care for their workplace injuries.

    I was injured on the job in the State of Missouri in 2010, over seven and a half years ago and I still can’t get medical care for my workplace injuries.

    You can read more about my workplace injuries on my website:

    www.whycvs.com

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