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Bill Haas for State Rep 77th District of Missouri

Bill Haas for State Representative 77th District of Missouri

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Issues

  • Seniors

    Protect Medicare and Social Security and other issues affecting seniors, as I am one and am on both Medicare and Social Security.  Protecting Seniors as our population ages is the most important domestic issue of our generation.

  • Stop animal abuse on factory farms

    End exemptions for farm animals from animal cruelty statutes.

  • Jobs and education

    A more educated work-force is the key to job development in the nation.

  • Stop breaks for companies that don’t need them

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Why I’m the best candidate for State Representative for the 77th District:

  • Best on Issues

    I’m best on the issues, especially education from my three terms on the St. Louis Elected School Board.

  • Can find common ground

    I will be best at finding common ground on issues with the Republicans in charge of the State House.

  • Will get things done

    If the Republican in the House of Representatives wont work with me to find common ground, no one will be better at  driving them crazy until they do.  If you know me or have followed my political career, or especially if you know me personally, you know this to be true and how driven I can be when I don’t get my own way and am sure I’m right and being reasonable.

The poet Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote, "How sad that most people die with their song still inside them." I don't intend to die with my song for public service still inside me. And when in office, it will be my job to insure that your song doesn't either.
Bill Haas

 

I'll always try my best to make you proud.
Bill Haas


Leadership is action, not position
Bill Haas and others 


You better lose yourself in the music, the moment. You own it. Never let it go
Eminen


Ducunt volentum fata, nolentem trahunt." (Fate leads the willing, drags the unwilling.)
Seneca


Faith is born of complete engagement in human conduct.
Bonhofer, Lutheran philosopher who died in a Nazi concentration camp.


One day you will have a fork in the road, and you're going to have to make a decision about which direction you want to go. If you go [one] way, you can be somebody. You will have to make compromises and you will have to turn your back on your friends. But you will be a member of the club and you will get promoted and get good assignments. Or you can go [the other] way and you can do something - something for your country and for your Air Force and for yourself . If you decide to do something, you may not get promoted and you may not get good assignments and you certainly will not be a favorite of your superiors. But you won't have to compromise yourself . To be somebody or to do something. In life there is often a roll call. That's when you have to make a decision. To be or to do. Legendary Air Force maverick, the late Col. John R. Boyd