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Nicole Galloway fighting for you.

Fighting for a #NewWay

Right now, unless you’re well-connected, Governor Parson isn’t doing much to make a difference for you and your family. Your health care costs continue to rise. The quality of education continues to drop. Good jobs are tougher to come by. It’s all happening while millions of your taxpayer dollars are given away, wasted or stolen each year. Nicole Galloway is running for Governor to change all of that.

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On the Issues

When Nicole is Governor, the days of dark money, secret deals, back-slaps and wasted taxpayer dollars are over. That’s the only way we’ll have a state budget that reflects our state’s priorities: to make health care more affordable; to ensure every child in this state receives a great education; to help workers get the skills they need to compete for jobs in this changing economy; to have a government that respects your hard-earned money. That’s not a Democratic agenda or a Republican agenda. That’s a Missouri agenda. It’s a New Way agenda.

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Nicole Galloway for Missouri

News

Auditor Galloway calls for activation of a COVID-19 Response Command Center and increased coordination with public health experts

Columbia, Mo. — Auditor Nicole Galloway is calling on Governor Parson to activate a COVID-19 Response Command Center in order to increase the flow of information to Missouri citizens about the state’s response to the pandemic. Governors across the country are providing daily updates on testing results and emergency response planning. Missourians need a consistent flow of information and want transparency around the administration’s coordination with state and local agencies.

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