Republican Liberty Caucus members in Missouri have been engaged in campaign season throughout 2010. Several of it’s endorsed candidates won election on Tuesday, including former House Majority Whip Brian Nieves, who was elected to the State Senate’s District 26. RLC-endorsed candidate Paul Curtman won election to the Missouri legislature against an SEIU-supported attorney and incumbent.
RLC-endorsed legislator Rep. Tim Jones was instrumental in leading the Missouri House Republican Campaign Committee, which helped elect candidates to the House. RLC-endorsed incumbent legislator Rep. Shane Schoeller was elected to serve as Speaker Pro Tem of the House and Rep. Tim Jones will serve as House Majority Floor Leader.
To celebrate these legislative successes and organize for the future, the Republican Liberty Caucus of Missouri is hosting its 2010 Convention on Saturday, November 13 from 1 to 4pm at the Mid-Town Carnegie Library (397 E. Central, Springfield) upstairs conference room (click here for directions).
This is an excellent opportunity to become involved in an organization promoting liberty and principled policies in the Republican Party. For additional details on the Convention, contact Tom.