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It takes all of us to care for OUR Missouri

"I come from a proud family that has been involved with public service for as long as I can remember. I want to work for you. We need to create more living wage jobs, improve our schools, and make public safety - especially getting guns off the streets, a top priority. With nearly a decade of government experience, I know what it takes to find solutions, navigate the complicated governmental agencies, and get things done."
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Eric at Faith Voices
Eric speaking with young voters

The great economic divide in Missouri keeps widening as the leadership in Missouri fails to address the most basic needs of rural and urban-centered cities. It needs consistent resources. Crime rates are much higher in densely populated cities due in part to financial frustration and accessibility to illegal drugs and firearms. While there's no shortage of these things, there is a significant shortage of consumables such as fresh water, groceries, affordable housing, etc.  The economy of Missouri should not be a secondary thought but a priority action item to ensure that all of Missouri is benefitting from Federal and State earmarked money for the needs of all of Missouri, not excessive living to a few Missourians. 


I believe the reinsertion of Early Childhood Development in our schools would jump-start the learning process and give a better

advantage to students who struggle with comprehension and improved social skills.  Likewise, increased Vocational training opportunities would give another path to those students that work better in a ‘hands-on’ environment. By instituting these 2 options, we can decrease the number of out of school suspensions. We need to keep students IN the classroom where learning takes place; the classrooms may look different, but the goal is the same; EDUCATION.


Daily it becomes more evident that the playing field is uneven in many areas of our union; economically, socially, culturally, and if we aren't careful, we will continue to perpetuate and unhealthy lifestyle that leaves so many broken and behind. There must be fairness in the E-VALUE-ATION of resources made available for all! It was once told to me that "effectiveness is not in the numbers but in the people".  It is imperative to redefine and reestablish fair and expansive regulatory practices so that people can obtain valuable and sustainable resources according to their need.


It is imperative to strengthen the (ENVIRONMENT) in which we live. People, nature, animals, landscape, atmosphere, all make up an environment. When we neglect any one of these essential contributors, our environment perishes. In Missouri, we have

neglected some areas, and the results are becoming catastrophic to its’ inhabitants. We must put a STOP to FOOD DESERTS in many of our blithed, low/no income areas, as well as keeping affordable and updated medical clinics and hospitals in our rural areas.  If we don’t care for, tend to, invest in our environment, what WOULD have been a benefit to the inhabitants, can turn out to be a DETRIMENT to the inhabitants.


The word (ETHICS) by definition refers to the moral principles that govern a person’s behavior or the conducting of an

activity. With a lack of transparency in our local, state and federal governments, moral principles can become subjective and ejective to those who may oppose an idea which

leads to inhumane decisions concerning the American people.

Voting allows everyone of age to have an opinion on matters concerning where they reside! The issue of fair voting practices is under siege in many of our states, including Missouri.  If votes count in making changes, we must counteract and make changes against VOTER SUPPRESSION !

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