Petition Drives

I have two petitions on the MO site that are there for comments.  If approved in about 20 days, I will be gathering signatures so they can be put on the ballot for the 2018 election.

Check out at click here.

Or read about the Medicaid, Planned Parenthood, Birth Control HERE

Or read about School financing for stressed schools in MO HERE

This is a draft of a petition that will be sent to MO this week for approval;

“Be it resolved by the people of the state of Missouri that the Constitution be amended:” READ HERE




How to use Petitions to increase Democratic turnout in rural areas!

Petition Drives

Making Your Petition Soliciting More Effective

The above are all articles written for Daily Kos and you may read them by clicking on the title, but I have another ready to be published. You can read it here first;

Acquiring new voters in rural areas


If we could just get a few more democratic voters to vote in rural areas, we could swing a lot of elections.  Trying to convert a voter who is a die hard republican is a thankless job and usually a waste of time.  Yet, on almost all projects

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Blue Notes Democratic Newsletter

Missouri Government News:

Legislature Works to Control Women's Health Despite Session Concluding A Month Ago

Governor Eric Greitens, who spent most of last week hanging out in Washington DC to get some photos with President Trump and pull in funds for his dark money PAC, ordered the Missouri General Assembly back to the capital to further erode women's rights over their own bodies. The legislation, which has been introduced each of the past several years and went nowhere, is not thought to warrant an "extraordinary session"

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Contact list - USA Congress, Governor, and State Democratic Party

Weekly Call to Action



Updated daily, visit their website for more info: Town Hall Project


 House Representatives


DNC and Affiliates

State Democratic Party

50 State Legislatures

This sheet is a list of US Senators and their contact details, and statements/non-statement with regards to Russia interference in the US 2016 Election. It will be updated as we are given new information or statement are delivered.
Maintained by @mysbug33 and @SteampunkJesus, currently up to date for the 115th Congress.

The Easiest Way to Make a Complaint to our Government

Check out Ks and Mo events here

Upstart Resistbot Faxes Lawmakers For You

We can flood their offices with faxes, they have to receive, not just send to the trash bin.  "To mobilize the operation, users simply text the word “resist” to 50409. The automated bot will ask for a name and zip code to determine which public officials to contact. First messages go to senators, but users can also send them to representatives. 

Creativity and clarity are key. Since the service doesn’t handle “form letters,” the user must create his or her own message.

“Our research shows that form letters are totally ignored by Congress. Only original, unique messages count,”  the Resistbot website states. “But they don’t have to be complicated or fancy. Just a few sentences from a real-life voter gets their attention. Don’t worry about typos or mistakes, that just further shows you’re a real person.”


"From 'Left Turn Only"

"Make this your morning ritual. Call 844-241-1141. A recording will tell you what today's issue is then automatically connect you with a congressional representative to leave a message. It's so easy and quick! Today we are calling Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee to demand an inquiry into 45's ties to Russia. Please do this and share.Together we can make a difference." 


Jerome Barnes Representative District 28 News Letter

State Representative JEROME BARNES 28th District Missouri Government News: (MO Government news comes from Rep. Jerome Barnes of the 28th District this week)

WEEKLY CAPITOL UPDATE June 15, 2017 Volume 1, No. 23 House Seal 2 color Quick Links: GOVERNOR SIGNS REAL ID COMPLIANCE BILL INTO LAW Gov. Eric Greitens on June 12 signed a bill into law that seeks to bring Missouri driver’s licenses into compliance with the federal REAL ID Act of 2005. Although many states initially resisted the federal law due to privacy concerns, that resistance dwindled to the point where Missouri was one of just four states that still hadn’t complied. The approval of a REAL ID

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