Thanks to each of you who came out and voted. I will not be moving to the Senate, but I will continue to serve my district with the same amount of gusto to which you have been accustomed for the past eight years until I leave this office at the end of December. You can be confident that the same quality service which has been my hallmark will continue through the end of my term. I was honored to know that the residents of our district overwhelmingly supported the idea of my continued service as a senator. Unfortunately, there were more people outside our district who were unfamiliar with me and were easily misled by all the negative campaigning.
Friday, August 06, 2010
Cynthia Davis: I would have won if people outside my district knew me
Rep. Cynthia Davis, R-O-Fallon shows no signs of humility (or grace) in her first capital report since losing the Second District State Senate primary to incumbent Scott Rupp Tuesday. Of course, she would have been elected, she notes, if only the people outside of her district had a chance to get to know her or if not for all of that nasty negative campaigning: