Candidates 2022

John Hartwig, Jr., Missouri State Auditor

John, the only CPA running for auditor, ran an amazing campaign, mostly self-funded. He participated in the Associated Press Debate, many radio and press reviews, had 3 billboards, 2 in the St. Louis area, 1 in the KC area, yard signs, and magnetic car signs. He earned enough votes to preserve our state ballot access, getting 3%.

George Zsidisin, US Congress District 1

George ran against Cori Bush and Andrew Jones and earned a respectable 2.8% of the vote.

Bill Slantz, US Congress District 2

The final congressional map came out after Bill had filed, and he ended up in District 3, so he couldn’t even vote for himself. He ran against Ann Wagner and Trish Gunby, earning 2.1% of the vote.

Catherine Dreher, State Senate District 10

Catherine ran a very active campaign in a two-way race against Republican Travis Fitzwater, and received 22.4% of the vote.

LaDonna Higgins, State Senate District 24

LaDonna ended up running in the most contested State Senate race in the state. Tracy McCreery and George Hruza each spent well over one million dollars on their campaigns. Tracy won with 53% of the vote, LaDonna received 1.8%.

Dustin Coffell, State Representative District 70

Dustin is well-known in his state representative district, and in a two-way race against Democrat Gretchen Bangert he received a very respectable 25.6% of the vote.

Becky Martin, State Representative District 41

Becky was in a 3-way race, and wins the award for highest percentage in a 3-way race in Missouri this election cycle. She received 5.3% of the vote.

Rebecca Lombard, State Representative District 80

Rebecca was in a three-way race, and at one point during the filing period was the only candidate. In the end, she received a respectable 3.1% of the vote.

Andrew Bolin, State Representative District 83

Andrew has been a long-time supporter and has run for state representative several times. Persistence provides rewards, Andrew got 24.1% of the vote in a two-way race against a Democrat.

Jeff Coleman, State Representative District 101

Jeff is our organizer and main outreach activist, recruiting candidates and hosting booths at local festivals. Jeff ran in a race that saw candidates dropping out and replaced. In the end, the Republican squeaked out a victory with just 53% of the vote, Jeff earned 1.2% of the vote.

Michael Carver, State Representative District 105

Michael was a candidate in St. Charles county, and received 2.2% of the vote.

Nick Kasoff, St. Louis County Assessor

Our local landlord ran a respectable campaign in a 4-way race, and received 2.5% of the vote.

Theodis Brown, Sr., St. Louis County Prosecutor

The first person in over 20 years to challenge the county prosecutor in the general election, Ted wins the award for highest vote earned in a two-way race. He received 29.3% of the vote.

Jeanne Chickanosky, St. Louis County Council District 3

Running in a 3-way race that ended with the winner earning just 51.2% of the vote, Jeanne still received 2.2% of the vote.

Michael Lewis, St. Louis County Council District 5

Michael ran in a 3-way race, and earned 2.3% of the vote.

Brad Touchette, St. Charles Co. Council District 7

In a county that features an outstanding number of unopposed candidates, Brad received 28.7% of the vote.

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