• Change

    “ I am running as for U.S. Senate for Missouri because I don’t want anyone, any voice, in this state to feel excluded from full and equal representation."
  • Empathy

    " We have put too much of our heart and soul into political entities and political leaders that have failed the most vulnerable among us."
  • Strength

    " This campaign will be a testimony of that spirit of change. But that change will not happen without a challenge to the status quo. ”
  • Community

    " This is what community looks like. We are change, we are strong, WE ARE MISSOURI. ”

St. Louis Tech Exec Endorses Cori Bush

St. Louis tech developer and investor Nick Apperson shared his thoughts about Cori Bush and her run for the U.S. Senate on Facebook Tuesday night. The high points – Integrity, Compassion, Hard Work I’m going to talk a little bit about why I support Cori Bush for US senate and why I think supporting her …

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The Senate should perform their Constitutional responsibilities and act upon any Supreme Court nominations submitted by President Obama.

Recent statements by the Republican leadership of the Senate, including Missouri’s Senator Roy Blunt, suggest they will block any nomination by President Obama to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by the death of Justice Scalia. This is a new low. Never has the Senate refused to vote on an appointment to the Supreme Court …

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Missouri’s Vietnam veterans served honorably and deserve accountable representation that honors their service.

Many valiant sons and daughters went off to war for our country; many had no choice, but they fought and died proudly and bravely. Thousands upon thousands of Americans, especially African Americans, suffered disproportionately high losses in Vietnam. In 1965 alone Black Americans comprised almost one out of every four combat deaths. The vast majority …

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Missouri Republicans Push Voter ID Restrictions

The Missouri Legislative Black Caucus has been vocal and vigilant in their response to Republicans who are trying again to push legislation seeking to restrict voting by traditionally Democratic-leaning voters, like African and Hispanic Americans. Usually this type of legislation is necessary when there are numerous and extreme cases of voter fraud, but that is …

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Giving a Voice to the Voiceless: Justice for All

Photo Credit: Johnnie Lee Early

http://www.toledoblade.com/local/2016/01/19/MLK-speaker-calls-for-justice-for-all.html Photo Credit: Johnnie Lee Early To celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr., Day, speakers and performers emphasized social justice and activism during the annual celebration at the University of Toledo. It was the 15th anniversary of the city and UT’s partnership to host the Martin Luther King, Jr., Unity Celebration at Savage Arena. This year’s …

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Let’s Talk Gun Control

I just reviewed President Obama’s Call to Increase Gun Control. I strongly support the Second Amendment to the Constitution, and I believe that people in this state and country have a constitutional right to bear arms, defend themselves, family and property. I do agree that people with mental illness and convicted felons should not have …

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Cori Bush Announces Bid for U.S. Senate


On December 18th, 2015, at 11 a.m., Cori Bush announced she will run for U.S. Senate. (announcement speech below) ” Thank You. I thank my family, and my friends, who have gathered here today from across this great state to be share this occasion with me. I am extremely grateful to have my children standing …

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