2022 US Senate Candidates

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Eric Greitens

Former Governor

Eric was educated in public schools and earned an Angier B. Duke Scholarship to attend Duke University. Selected as a Rhodes and a Truman Scholar, he attended the University of Oxford, where he earned a master’s degree and a Ph.D. His doctoral thesis, Children First, investigated how international humanitarian organizations can best serve war-affected children.

Eric Schmitt
Current MO Attorney General

Eric Schmitt is Missouri’s 43rd Attorney General and chief legal and law enforcement official. A lifelong, sixth-generation Missourian, Eric is driven by his constitutional conservative beliefs, which he applies every day as the lawyer for all six million Missourians. Eric has proven over and over that he will boldly defend the rule of law. He has remained the leader Missourians can count on.

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Mark McCloskey
St. Louis Attorney

On June 28, 2020, and then again on July 3, 2020, he and Patty held off a violent mob through the exercise of their 2nd Amendment rights.

Mark has never before run for political office, but he has now answered the call of public duty and is running for the United States Senate from Missouri to fill the seat of retiring Sen. Roy Blunt.

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Those Considering A Run

(Click any name to visit their website)

Jason Smith, Current US Rep MO

Billy Long, Current US Rep MO

Ann Wagner, Current US Rep MO

(Who voted with Democrats on Jan 6th to certify electors)

Eric Greitens

Click HERE to go to the Eric Greitens for Senate website.

Eric Greitens Exonerated of Any Wrong Doing

The middle video on the second row is the ex-FBI agent hired by Kim Gardner

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Former Governor Eric Greitens Exonerated By MO Ethics Commission
After a 20-month investigation, the Missouri Ethics Commission (MEC) released an order exonerating former Governor Eric Greitens. They found “no evidence of any wrongdoing on the part of Eric Greitens.” Charlie Spies, the leader of Dickinson Wright PLLC’s political law practice, served as Mr. Greitens’ legal counsel throughout the MEC investigation.
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Eric Schmitt

AG Eric Schmitt has led in all these areas

  • The first Attorney General to file a historic lawsuit against the Chinese government and the Chinese Communist Party.

  • Took legal action and launched a massive investigation to stop Big Tech abuses

  • Authored and led the brief supporting the Pennsylvania Republican Party against the unconstitutional actions of the Pennsylvania courts.

  • Authored and led a brief in support of Texas’ lawsuit against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin before the United States Supreme Court, and he was joined by 17 other states

  • On the front lines of every fight President Biden has waged against our jobs, our freedoms, and our safety, filing numerous lawsuits against the Biden administration

  • Filed litigation against the Biden administration to reinstate the Keystone XL pipeline

  • Filed litigation against the Biden administration over climate change issues

Attorney General Schmitt Statement on St. Louis County COVID-19 Restrictions

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. - Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt released the following statement in response to St. Louis County Executive Sam Page's announcement easing COVID-19 restrictions: “To ensure that personal, economic, and religious freedoms are preserved in St. Louis County, the Attorney General’s Office sent a letter to St. Louis County on April 20th expressing our concerns with the Safer at Home order and its restrictions on St. Louis County residents. Following my warning about the trampling of individual liberties, St. Louis County Executive Sam Page reversed course and eased many restrictions today. We will continue to monitor this situation and will vigorously defend Missourians’ individual liberties in St. Louis County and across the state.”

 
 
Mark McCloskey
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Mark McCloskey is not a politician. That's evident from the first moment you meet him. He does not surround himself with the usual cadre of handlers, the typical army of individuals whose job it is to separate self important candidates from all the little people. Instead, Mark comes up, shakes your hand, personally introduces himself, and talks easily about everyday issues, his real life Missouri values, concerns that trouble all patriots, and if you ask, his accomplishments as a litigator. He immediately makes you feel you're engaged in conversation with a real person, not someone with practiced Politi-Speak responses. Mark knows how he feels on issues, and he's comfortable sharing his genuine opinions. Handlers not needed.  

Until 2020, Mark's and wife Patty's lives had been spent in the private sector - that place where most of us also live. As life long Republicans and self employed attorneys, Mark and Patty dealt with everyday issues like making payroll, paying taxes, fighting government regulation, and all the rest of the day to day challenges that confront business owners across the USA. Working together, the McCloskeys were enjoying the American dream even though they live in one of the most dangerous cities in the entire country....St. Louis.

Life changed for Mark and Patty on June 28, 2020 when an angry mob swept through their neighborhood in St. Louis. Yes, he's "that" Mark McCloskey. Their experience and the injustice they lived through afterwards at the hands of a corrupt, Soros funded St. Louis prosecutor, led to a McCloskey family decision to put their comfortable lifestyle on hold. What happened to them, and the national turmoil that led similar violence in Democrat cities across the United States, could not continue to go unanswered. It was time to take a stand.

They first became involved in the Donald Trump Bus Tour across the US, speaking on behalf of the president they admired. In 2021, they took a further step when Mark announced he would run for the Senate seat of retiring Senator Roy Blunt. Mark and Patty have since traveled weekly to towns and cities throughout Missouri, talking about their experience on June 28th, and discussing issues Mark would like the chance to address: big tech monopoly and its chilling effect on speech, China's corruption and planned dominance, second amendment rights, government overreach, and more.

 

You can learn more about Mark by visiting his Senate campaign website where he outlines his position on a variety of issues and provides background information about his life.