Monday, March 27, 2006

Chairman of Mel Carnahan PAC files against Emery

While one area legislator lost his opposition, another one now has a race.
Rich Meyer, Buffalo, chairman of the Mel Carnahan Democratic Political Action Committee, has filed on the Democratic ticket to oppose 126th District incumbent Ed Emery, R-Lamar.
Meanwhile, Roxie Fausnaught, common law life of accused child molester and perennial candidate Martin Lindstedt, has dropped her candidacy for the 32nd District Senate Seat held by Gary Nodler, R-Joplin, and has instead emerged as a Republican primary candidate against U. S. Senator Jim Talent.
Unopposed as of this evening with one more day to file are: Nodler, Sen. Delbert Scott, R-Lowry City; Rep. Ron Richard, R-Joplin, Rep. Marilyn Ruestman, R-Joplin, Rep. Steve Hunter, R-Joplin; Rep. Bryan Stevenson, R-Webb City; and Rep. Kevin Wilson, R-Neosho.


Seth said...

Ha! I didn't even bother to look at Emery's seat thinking it would never happen. My district... can't wait to learn more.

Anonymous said...

Hey Seth,
Delbert Scott is up this time, why don' t you quit carping from the sidelines and offer your ideas to the peple of the 28th Senate District. Oh I forgot, you didn't even bother to look because you're too busy carping about Nodler who isn't even in your district.

Seth said...

Anonymous, you know all those things that politicians did 20 years ago that get them into trouble when they run for office? Well, I have done them all. Nodler was in my district when I lived in Joplin.