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Roy Blunt is another white guy in a suit, and I think the public wants change. There's a good old boys' network out there that's hard to penetrate... and it's not always in the best interest of the party or for conservative principles. ---->>>

Of course I am for stopping violence against women. It is unfortunate that the Senate Democrats are making the current re-authorization of Violence Against Women bill into a political football. The Republicans are offering an improved version of the reauthorization bill and I want to review it. ---->>>

Every day, President Obama and Senator McCaskill are making it harder for working mothers and women of all ages to find a good-paying job. They continue to dictate to our families how they should live, stripping them of opportunities and freedom. ---->>>

I am for lowering taxes. ---->>>

I want to do my part in fighting for America's future. That's why I have decided to run for the United States Senate. ---->>>

I'm a working mom. I've been working since I was 14 years old. ---->>>

I'm an economist by training. And I know that what works is a permanent increase in buying power. ---->>>

There are as many Democrats that are guilty as Republicans and their spending habits. And the fact is, is that Washington is just broken. ---->>>

Everything about Washington is inconsistent, because they say one thing and do another, which is what my opponent, Claire McCaskill, is very, very good at. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 05-03, 1958
Occupation: Politician

Sarah Steelman (born Sarah Hearne; May 3, 1958) is an American Republican politician from Missouri and State Treasurer from 2005 to 2009. She is currently serving in the Office of Administration in Gov. Eric Greitens’ administration. She did not run for re-election as state treasurer in 2008, having run for Governor, and was succeeded in office by Democrat Clint Zweifel on January 12, 2009 (wikipedia)