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Missouri State House District 24

Members of the Missouri House of Representatives are charged with proposing, debating and voting on legislation and with representing constituents in their districts. There are 163 House districts in the state. State representatives serve two-year terms and are paid $35,915 per year plus a per diem.

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  • Andrew Miller
    (L)

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    Emily Weber
    (Dem)

Biographical Information

What areas of public policy are you personally passionate about and why?

What would be your approach to addressing the current challenges facing our state?

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Campaign email address info@emilyformissouri.com, emilyformissouri@gmail.com
Campaign Phone (816) 281-8696
Incumbent? No
Education Associates in Marketing at Butler County Community College Bachelors degree in Graphic Design at Kanas City Art Institute
Age 38
I am interested in health, energy, and environmental policy, promoting child and family well-being, and developing economic opportunity and effective public finance policy. A lot of these areas overlap and connect to one another. We need to make sure everyone has access to affordable health insurance in order to have a productive economy for businesses. Our climate plays a major part in keeping our environment clean for our health, and we need to make sure people have the ability to make the right choices for their families.
I would start by building relationships with the other party. We all have seen what COVID-19 has done to our state. Our leaders need to help the people of Missouri by increasing access to affordable healthcare, rebuilding the economy , supporting public education and working for racial justice. I will focus on what’s right for Missouri, fixing our broken system and working through difficult issues rather than protecting special interests.