Bethany Mann grew up in Foristell, MO. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the University of Illinois and started her career working as an intern at the Environmental Protection Agency. Bethany is passionate about education, science, and bringing people together.
Her goal is to make the 3rd District and Missouri a state leader when it comes to important issues that build the middle class and strengthen Missouri families. She believes in equal and fair bargaining rights for farmers, advancing developments in our infrastructure from broadband technology to roads and bridges, and ensuring that our students receive equal access to high-quality education and fully-funded public schools.
Our state is currently tailing behind in many areas. Our students deserve a quality education and support from pre-k to secondary schooling. It is time for full and equal funding for our educational system and ensure every student the best opportunity to succeed.
Investment in our infrastructure is an investment in our future and success. Across the state we see failing bridges, roadways, water and electrical grids. The federal government is investing billions in infrastructure and we must claim our fair share of that funding and invest in our rural areas not just in cities and close surrounding areas.
Missourians deserve access to quality, affordable healthcare services to support their physical and mental well-being and to have financial security. During the pandemic, thousands across the state have died from Covid complications, and thousands more have been temporarily or permanently disabled. The mental health impact of Covid and the stress of the pandemic continue to affect nearly every community from the patient to the first responders, overwhelmed with short staff and unbearably long hours and support.
Everyone eligible to vote should have the ability to register to vote, to cast a ballot and to have that ballot properly recorded, we must remove barriers and roadblocks in voting rights and ways voters can vote. Polls, mail in, and drop box options should be expanded to ensure each voter has an option and every voter's voice heard.
We must take stake and recognize the environmental changes that are having effects on our state, from our farmers to our economy. To be prosperous we must realize how important clean air and water are and take steps to ensure we take steps to prepare for increases in weather events, with moving toward renewable energy we would create new jobs and new industries.
I have spent a lot of time in laboratories. I started my career as an intern at the EPA testing water, soil, and air for heavy metal contaminants. I learned early on how shamelessly big corporations pollute our environment, fully knowledgable of the human health impact of their greed. After that, I worked as a […]
I would like to thank you all for coming out for this rally. By showing support and solidarity today, we send a clear message that we will not comply with laws and regulations that strip us of our rights. These rules have been made by anti-American political elites who aim to profit off of the […]
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Absentee voting begins six weeks before every election Last Day to Register for the Primary: July 6, 2022 Primary Election Day: August 2, 2022 Last Day to Register for the General: October 12, 2022 General Election Day: November 8, 2022
Our team is organizing in every corner of the District, meeting with neighbors on their doorsteps and over the phone to rebuild trust and unite our region. Are you ready to help us flip the 3rd District?