A Vote for Wiemann is a Vote for Right to Work

A gentle reminder that RTW is on the ballot in November in the form of pro-RTW candidates. My opponent just posted on Facebook and Twitter, bragging about receiving the endorsement from a pro-RTW business group, NFIB. Even though I am a small business owner, I did not seek the endorsement of the NFIB, based among other things, their position on RTW. A vote for Wiemann is a vote for RTW. Make no mistake. #moleg#finishthejob

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Deleted Section from Wiemann's Website Regarding Healthcare

Considering Josh Hawley is now running false ads indicating he supports protections for pre-existing conditions. I expect my opponent will soon follow suit. He has already deleted his healthcare section from his website where he states his support for elimination of the ACA, Medicare and Medicaid. He wants government out of the "business of healthcare!" This would include protections for pre-existing conditions. Luckily, I have a screenshot of his website before it was deleted.

My opponent is bad for healthcare. Bad for workers. Bad for education. It's time for a change.

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Rep. Wiemann Wants to Take Away Protections for Pre-existing Conditions

My opponents position: "Government needs to get out of the business of healthcare!" He calls for the elimination of protections for pre-existing conditions, Medicare, and Medicaid. But why does he favor government getting out of the business of healthcare? Because he is bought and paid for by the insurance companies. Insurance companies make more money if they do not have to cover pre-existing conditions.

If you believe that "the business of healthcare" is all about increasing profits, then you should vote for my opponent. If you believe that "the business of healthcare" is about saving lives and making people healthier, then you should vote for me. As a state rep, I will fight for protections for pre-existing conditions. Access to affordable healthcare is one of my top priorities.


Volunteer Field Training

Nervous to walk door-to-door? Or, are you an old pro? Whatever your comfort level, please join us for our volunteer field training on Thursday, May 31 at 7pm at the home of Alyssa Murray, (address will be given when you RSVP). Please RSVP to electjimklenc@gmail.com.

We will train using Minivan (the mobile database), or with paper walk lists. After the meeting, you will have the confidence you need to go out, talk to your neighbors, and help get Jim elected. Please join us, and bring a friend! This campaign would not be possible without volunteers like YOU!

Barbecue and Community Fundraiser CANCELED DUE TO SEVERE WEATHER

Barbecue and Community Fundraiser

Enjoy the sun and food with us at Harmony Lake (Legacy Park) in Cottleville for a neighborhood BBQ.  Get to know your neighbors in district 103 and help support Jim Klenc for the Missouri House in Jefferson City Mo.

Support Jim in the fight for COMMON SENSE SOLUTIONS.  Support the fight for affordable healthcare and quality public schools.  Support the fight for working families and workers' rights. Support free speech.  Support clean water and clean air.  Support ethics and campaign finance reform.  Advocate for justice, equality, and accountability. 

When: May 20, 2018
BBQ starts at 1:00 pm and ends at 4:00

Where:  Legacy Park - Cottleville.
The pavilion is located near the Harmony Ridge Subdivision. 
(Intersection of Cottleville Parkway and Harmony Lake Dr.)

This Pavilion has a playground.

Cost: FREE! 

Please RSVP by May 18, 2018, by emailing commonthreadfundraising@gmail.com. 

Please make all donations payable to “Friends of Klenc".

If you are unable to attend and would like to make a contribution, please send your donation to “Friends of Klenc" at PO Box 758, St. Peters, MO 63376.  




Volunteer Meeting

Interested in bringing real change to Missouri? Join us on Sunday, April 15 from 3:00-4:00 p.m. at the Kisker Branch Library (1000 Kisker Road, St. Charles 63304) in Meeting Room A. We will discuss ways in which YOU can help make a difference. Can't make it, but want to volunteer? Please email electjimklenc@gmail.com or visit us on Facebook at Jim Klenc for State Representative. 

Cocktails and Contributions

Come together with Jim Klenc to enjoy cocktails and appetizers. Support our common cause for common sense politics. Mix and mingle with Jim Klenc for State Representative. We need your financial support. Together we can make change happen. District 103 needs YOU!

When: April 28, 2018

Doors open at 4 pm and will end at 6 pm.

Where: At the home of our fundraising coordinator.

3661 Bluff Valley Ct St. Charles Mo 63303.

Street parking will be available.

Cost: FREE! Adults only, please.

Please RSVP by April 22, 2018,  by emailing electjimklenc@gmail.com. 

Please make all donations payable to “Friends of Klenc".

If you are unable to attend and would like to make a contribution, please send your donation to “Friends of Klenc" at PO Box 758, St. Peters, MO 63376.