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93rd District Democrat 314-638-8299

State Representative

93rd District Democrat

Bob Burns

My name is Bob Burns and it is my pleasure to serve as your State Representative from the 93rd district where both my wife Dianne and I grew up. My high school coach taught me, “I can’t hear your words because your actions speak so loudly.” I’ve lived my life knowing my actions are what defines me. Both my wife and I enjoy giving back to the community by volunteering our time to charitable and non-profit groups, whether it is Nurses for Newborns, the NCJW Back To School Store, Children’s Hospital at Christmas, Operation Food Search, or to help Backstoppers raise money to support families of police officers. As your Representative I have:

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Giving Something Back To Our Community

Lead The Fight Against So Called Right-To-Work Which Would Lower Wages

I pledge to continue fighting to create jobs, improve services for seniors, adequately fund public education, expand Medicaid, raise the minimum wage, honor our Veterans, defend voting rights, and the rights of consumers and working people.  I work for you and not the big money special interests.

This election is important and there is a great deal at stake. Your vote and your support are vital. If I can answer any questions or be of service, please contact me and I will work my best to resolve every issue. It would be an honor to continue to represent your interests in Jefferson City. Thank you!

Above: Speaking during a committee meeting in the Missouri House, Bob and his wife Dianne, and volunteering at the NCJW Back To School Store.

Opposed Tax Cuts For Millionaires At The Expense Of Public Education

Sponsored Bills To Honor Our Veterans And Support Law Enforcement

Opposed Cuts To The Foundation Formula Which Funds Public Education