Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Sarah Steelman May Change Her Mind

Sara Steelman had this to say this afternoon:

"I want to wish Governor Blunt, Melanie and Branch all the best as they have decided to open a new chapter in their lives as a family.

Just yesterday I announced my intent to seek another term as Missouri State Treasurer at my parents home in Jefferson City. Since my announcement, I have received hundreds of calls from Missourians of all walks of life who have encouraged me to seek the office of Governor. These Missourians have shared one message with me, "return the power to the people."

My family and I are earnestly considering the many calls we have received with one criterion, how I can best serve the people of Missouri. We will be announcing our decision soon so as to help lead Missourians in the best possible direction."


Jason said...

Well, I don't think you can reasonably blame her if she decides to run.

Anonymous said...

Treasurer Sarah Steelman could bring a breath of fresh air to our state and its people. She received an Economics Degree from the University of Missouri. She served as an adjunct economics professor at Lincoln University and as an economist for the Missouri Department of Revenue. She speaks clearly and understands how to unify people in reaching goals. People are asked to look at

I have worked since 1998 to get a Technology Park to southwest Missouri. We have spent millions on the second industrial park in Springfield, and we could rename it and change the concept. Indiana passed a state law allowing any city to apply for approval for a certified technology park. Please see Having a Governor who has worked in and understands economics, could benefit every person in the state. She knows we are in competition with every country especially China, India, and others including our own states for the creation of jobs and companies of the future
Please Call or fax her and tell her she is wanted!---for Governor!
Phone: (573) 751-2411 or Fax: (573) 751-0343.

Steven L. Reed

Springfield, MO

Sheila said...

Jeeze Missouri has some young or young looking politicians.