• Missouri Dems Fare Well in HRC's Scorecard Measuring Support for LGBTQ Equality

    Missouri Dems Fare Well in HRC's Scorecard Measuring Support for LGBTQ Equality

    Missouri Democrats fared well in the Human Rights Campaign's Congressional Scorecard, released today, measuring support for LGBTQ equality in the 115th Congress.  
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OUT on the Trail with Kathy Ellis

Democrat Kathy Ellis is mounting a serious challenge to incumbent Republican Rep. Jason Smith in Missouri's 8th Congressional district. Ellis is a sixth-generation Jefferson County, Missouri resident with an impressive career that includes working as a psychotherapist, a Certified Reciprocal Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor, a Clinical Social Worker and Director of a Women's halfway house. If elected on Nov. 6th, Ellis will become Missouri's first openly LGBTQ U. S. Congressperson in history.

 

OUT on the Trail with Tom Hannegan

In addition to representing Missouri's 65th district in Jefferson City, Republican State Rep. Tom Hannegan also comprises 1/2 of the Missouri LGBT Caucus in the state legislature, along with Democrat State Rep. Greg Razer from Kansas City.

 

OUT on the Trail with Mitch Weber

Mitch Weber has worked in Kansas City as a broadcast journalist for the past 16 years—including gigs with FOX 4, 41 Action News, and Kansas City Live—and now has his sights set on Jefferson City and representing the people of Missouri's 13th district in the Missouri House.

 

OUT on the Trail with Ian Mackey

Ian Mackey hopes to succeed outgoing LGBTQ ally, gun control advocate and women's rights champion Rep. Stacey Newman in the state legislature next year in representing Missouri's 87th House district.

 

OUT on the Trail with Patrice Billings

Democrat Patrice Billings is waging a grassroots campaign to bring new leadership to Jefferson City as the next state senator from Missouri's second district on Nov. 6th.  

 

OUT on the Trail with Greg Razer

State Rep. Greg Razer is running unopposed in his reelection bid for the 25th House district seat. The freshman Democrat presently comprises 1/2 of the Missouri LGBT Caucus in the state legislature, along with Republican State Rep. Tom Hannegan from St. Charles.

 

OUT on the Trail with Ryan Dillon

Democrat Ryan Dillon is running to become the next state senator from Missouri's 16th Senatorial District on Nov. 6, 2018.

 

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