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  • Election Q&A – Missouri House District 29: John Sutton

  • Republican Noel Torpey and Democrat John Sutton are the two candidates for the District 29 seat in the Missouri House of Representatives. The election is Nov. 6.

     

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  • Republican Noel Torpey and Democrat John Sutton are the two candidates for the District 29 seat in the Missouri House of Representatives. The election is Nov. 6.
    1. Why are you running for office in the 29th District?
    John Sutton is running for state representative for District 29 to ensure that the real issues in Missouri are not overlooked. John is an advocate for families and businesses, putting economic development and job production first. He will propose education reforms that will improve graduation rates and improve employability of Missourians. He will be a full-time representative by responding to all of Missouri’s needs and investing common sense into the future of Missouri.
    2. What do you think are the top three key issues in your district?
    Education, jobs and labor.
    3. What do you think is the role of the Missouri General Assembly in working together with local government and city councils?
    Making sure the voice of the people is heard by finding the needs and wants of the people. By being a full-time representative, John Sutton will spend every day in office fighting for the people of District 29 and Missouri as a whole.
    4. What do you think the state can do to spur economic development and job growth in the 29th District?
    Offering fair and accessible education, better incentives to attract businesses and promoting workers’ rights.

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