Brunner Focusing on Job Growth, Roads in Race for Gov.

John Brunner
John Brunner

 

by Sam Clanton

 

BRANSON, Mo. – In between campaign stops in Taney and Stone Counties on Thursday, Republican candidate for Missouri Governor John Brunner visited the studios of Earls Family Broadcasting in Branson.

Brunner attended a chamber event and spoke with OTC students, focusing on his message of job growth and expanded opportunities in the Show-Me State…

 

 

Brunner says repairing roads and improving infrastructure is important to the overall economic outlook for Missouri. He says if elected, he will push for a new funding formula for roads, and redirect existing money for transportation…

 

 

Brunner, who describes himself as a lifelong constitutional conservative, is running against three other Republicans in the August 2nd Primary election.

There are also four Democrats and two Libertarians running for Governor. The race will be decided in November.

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2 thoughts on “Brunner Focusing on Job Growth, Roads in Race for Gov.”

  1. What did he say about stopping the Right to Work (for less) nonsense. How can he compete against the money Sinquefield continues to pour into Hanaway’s campaign so he can “own” the Governor’s office ?

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