Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Bill White thumps Rob O'Brian in 32nd District State Senate race- no master developers, minor league teams for Missouri towns

In a landslide win, term-limited Rep. Bill White, R-Joplin, took the first step toward moving to the State Senate.

White nearly doubled the vote total of former Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce President Rob O'Brian, collecting 17,473 votes or 64.1 percent to O'Brian's 9,763 votes or 35.9 percent.

White's win came despite the more than $105,000 spent on negative advertising against White by the Senate Conservatives PAC.









7 comments:

Anonymous said...

This guy is a detriment to Missouri. A jar of mayonnaise would be better.

Anonymous said...

"Good Triumphs Over Evil"

Anonymous said...

Hey, Rob, now that this election pipedream of yours is over, will you come by and clean my gutters out, please?

Bring Mike.

Anonymous said...

I was swayed to vote for Bill White because I despised negative ads

Anonymous said...

Not so fast. Bill White has publicly stated that his first action after taking office would be to reintroduce legislation to make Missouri a "Right to Work" state. I wonder whose pocket this guy is in?

Harvey Hutchinson said...

If we don’t get Right to Work; this state will never have another new industry move in again.
This would mean new jobs for working people.
Whoever fights it is costing jobs.
Harvey Hutchinson 303-522-6622 voice&text

Anonymous said...

More jobs and businesses will move into the SWMO area as we move to Wind energy actually. Right to Work is horrible. States that have enacted it have the lowest wages out of all the state's, and states without it have the highest wages. Period. #VoteGillis #CononGillis #LetsMakeHistory #StateSenate32 #NotADemocrat #NotARepublican #BridgeTheGap #TeachersWhoLead