What’s At Stake?

This election cycle, Republicans only need to take back 1 Senate seat and 5 House seats to fire Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi and retake control of Congress.

Republicans know what is at stake this election cycle and are focusing on issues that matter to families and voters in all communities.

  • Lowering prices on everything from gas to groceries;
  • Keeping our communities safe;
  • Securing the southern border and stopping the flow of deadly fentanyl into the country;
  • Investing in our children’s education.

Democrat candidates like Trudy Busch Valentine, Cori Bush, and other Missouri Democrats will not:

  • Make our communities safer;
  • Lower the costs at the gas pump or at the grocery store;
  • Secure the southern border;
  • Unleash American energy and restore American energy independence;
  • They will simply rubber stamp everything President Biden seeks to pass as part of his extreme agenda.

Joe Biden’s approval rating continues to fall and he is a drag on Democrat candidates.

  • 74% of Americans think the country is on the wrong track.
  • 53% of Americans disapprove of the job Biden is doing, and he is more than 10 points underwater with just 41% approving.
  • Joe Biden and Democrats have brought crisis after crisis and the American people are paying the price.
  • A supply chain crisis and inflation at 40 year highs;
  • High gas prices;
  • An out of control border crisis;
  • Lethal fentanyl pouring into our communities;
  • Rising crime across the country;
  • A disastrous foreign policy agenda that has America leading from behind.

What you can do:

  • Absentee vote for Eric Schmitt, and other Republican candidates. Or vote at the polls on November 8.
  • Volunteer to be an election judge or poll watcher at your local polling place.
  • Talk to your friends, and neighbors, and get them to vote for Eric Schmitt for Senate, your local Republican U.S. Congressional candidate, and your local Republican candidate for the Missouri House and Senate. Missouri Democrats only need to win a handful of seats in the House to cause Missouri’s Republican stronghold to start slipping.