DAYS UNTIL ELECTION DAY 2020
Missouri State House candidate John Kiehne will be hosting a live streaming virtual townhall meeting on the official Kiehne for Missouri Facebook page on Wednesday, April 29th at 7pm CDT. John will be focusing on the topic of Employment and Employment-related policy in Missouri. We’ll talk about the many challenges that we face as well as possible solutions that could help Missouri residents to be healthier, happier and more productive. We’ll be addressing a wide variety of issues including creating more and better-paying jobs, defending our workers against anti-labor policies, creating new businesses and supporting existing businesses, being mindful of policies that erode workers’ rights such as diminishing discrimination protections, “tort reform", workers comp reform and so forth. In addition we’ll be discussing the COVID-19 virus, what it is and what we need to do to best address this unprecedented crisis and hopefully find a path on the other side.
You can watch/participate in our live-streaming Townhall by going to the Kiehne for Missouri Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/JohnKiehneForMO.
Participate in our virtual Townhall meeting and message us your question here:
WE'RE OFFICIALLY REGISTERED FOR THE BALLOT AND READY TO GO!
Well- it's official. John Kiehne is on the ballot to run for State Representative in Missouri's 110th House District! Here he is at the Secretary of States office in Jefferson City while the ink was still wet on the paperwork getting ready give his all to earn the privilege of serving the voters of Missouri House District 110 and Missouri.
This is John's second time around and what we've learned from 2018 (and since 2018) is giving us the tools that we'll need to deliver a victory in November 2020. However, we can't do it without YOU. We're running a grassroots campaign that's dependent on our efforts to inspire the residents of this community through ground zero organizing and outreach and by simply showing up.
We're looking for opportunities to meet with voters in HD110 in whatever way that we can. We're attending events, we're canvassing, phone banking, postcarding, arranging house parties, anything that we can do to engage with our community and hear and address the concerns that effect the people in our area.
Contact us if you would like be involved in whatever way that you're able. We're looking for assistance in a variety of capacities so don't feel that if you can't knock doors or make a call we don't have anything for you to do. We do and we will.
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Campaign Manager Christine Hyman at 314.643.6012. Let's be the change that we want to see!!!
Since we don't accept corporate PAC donations we're dependent upon real people and organizations that represent the best interests of people to fuel our campaign. You can donate at the link below. Our average donation is $28 but you can give up to $2,046. You can also commit to a recurring donation that over time will add up to a nice contribution to our efforts to #FlipItBlue in HD110.
4TH QUARTER 2019 FUNDRAISING NUMBERS ARE OUT!
TEAMKIEHNE OUTWORKED incumbent State Rep. Dottie Bailey this last Quarter (and before) to exceed her fundraising total for the Quarter and ECLIPSE the number of donations that she's received this last Quarter and so far in the race.
We raised $8,905 in the 4th Quarter 2019 and she raised $8,030. We had a total of 184 donations (181 individual) and she had *13*- (11 PACs and 2 individual). TEAMKIEHNE has earned 316 donations (313 individual) so far this cycle while Rep. Bailey brought in 29 donations in 2019 that included *4* (!!!) individual donations.
We've raised $15,409 while Rep. Bailey has brought in a few hundred dollars more at $15,740. By that calculation our average donation is just short of $50 while Rep. Bailey's average donation is *$543*. As you can see her campaign funds grow quickly when wealthy entities (mostly PACs) can shower candidates with hundreds and thousands of dollars We have to work 10 times harder to acquire the resources that we require to deliver a victory in November 2020 but as you can see we're not afraid to step up and show out.
Please support our grassroots campaign and donate $50 today so that we can continue to build a winning campaign to defeat Rep. Dottie Bailey in November and send her divisive, extreme and somewhat puzzling views packing in 2020. WE OWE THESE ENCOURAGING NUMBERS TO OUR SUPPORTERS AND WE NEED YOU TO SUCCEED!
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Out of an abundance of caution TEAMKIEHNE is suspending participation in public events until further notice. Many of our supporters…
We've Received 400 Individual Donations to Help Fuel our Grassroots Campaign! (that's more than 5 times the number of donations…
JOHN KIEHNE FOR STATE REP INTRO VIDEO
John Kiehne is a 5th generation Missouri native that was born and raised in St. Charles, Missouri, spent many years in Boston, Massachusetts and now calls Labadie his home along with his wife Michelle and their family.
John is running for office in order to be an effective advocate for his family, neighbors and community not to mention the State of Missouri in order to improve the lives of each and every Missourian. He believes that everyone should have access to quality, affordable Healthcare, that we must support hard-working Missourians as well as businesses large and small and that each and every child in the State of Missouri should have access to a quality public education regardless of their zip code, income, race, gender, ethnicity, faith or ability.
John is running a grassroots campaign powered by real people with a strong desire for change in our District, our State and the United States of America. Please consider supporting in any way that you can be it through donating, volunteering, hosting a house party, sharing social media posts and so forth or all of the above.
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HARRY S TRUMAN HAD A REPUBLICAN PROBLEM IN 1948
“Republicans approve of the American farmer, but they are willing to help him go broke. They stand four-square for the American home—but not for housing. They are strong for labor—but they are stronger for restricting labor's rights. They favor minimum wage—the smaller the minimum wage the better. They endorse educational opportunity for all—but they won't spend money for teachers or for schools. They think modern medical care and hospitals are fine—for people who can afford them … They think American standard of living is a fine thing—so long as it doesn't spread to all the people. And they admire the Government of the United States so much that they would like to buy it." — Harry S. Truman, October 13, 1948, St. Paul, Minnesota, Radio Broadcast