GOP Governor Mike Parson of Missouri is making a name for himself during his first year in office with values-based leadership and major pro-growth reforms.
A recent News Tribune editorial lauded Governor Parson’s effective leadership style that places an emphasis on “hard work and Midwestern values” over politics. As a result, Governor Parson has instituted several major legislative accomplishments that will benefit all Missourians. In the past year alone, Governor Parson has worked to implement streamlined workforce development and pass a $300 million infrastructure bill – important accomplishments with wide-ranging benefits for the state.
Through values-based leadership and hard work, Governor Parson is getting results for the people of Missouri and building a more prosperous state for everyone.
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