Dear State Committee, have you forgotten how our country was founded? Sincerely, Virginia Campbell

July 10, 2018

Dear State Committee:

My name is Virginia Campbell. I am eighty-four years old, a retired forty year elementary teacher, a strong patriot, and very disturbed at your attempt to disenfranchise our voting rights.

My reason in writing is to reply to the Missouri GOP State Committee’s recent decision to suspend Rule 11 as a way to insure that Josh Hawley wins the primary election as the candidate for the US Senate. Where is the integrity in doing this? Who should decide for me who I select as a candidate?

Have you forgotten how our country was founded? It was the common man, “We the People”, men and women who were willing to fight and die for freedom from tyranny. Do you understand “Freedom” to live my life and make my own choices?

What integrity does Josh Hawley have allowing this to go forward? He could have said he would not accept this and it is not fair to the other candidates. That would have shown character. He has instead chosen to allow the Establishment to control him.

This decision will be a sure win for Claire McCaskill as many think Josh Hawley is a weak ineffectual candidate. The Establishment should have left him to do the job we the people elected him to do as Attorney General. Josh Hawley stated he was not going to “climb the ladder” and that is what he is doing.

Money cannot buy integrity and should Josh Hawley be the candidate after the August primary you can expect Claire McCaskill to win the General election. The Missouri GOP will be responsible for another senatorial loss.

In conclusion, the Missouri GOP State Committee needs to be aware how angry the voters of Missouri are with our choices being taken away from us! It makes you look like the “Swamp” that is ruining our country. Please reconsider your decision and rescind suspension of Rule 11 before the RNC becomes involved and starts pouring millions into a dead race. Thank you.

Sincerely,
Virginia Campbell

The Combat Veterans For Congress PAC is endorsing Lt Col Tony Monetti

The Combat Veterans For Congress PAC is pleased to endorse Lt Col Tony Monetti, USAFA’87, USAF who will bring to US Senate private sector skills and wisdom to better solve problems in government and represent the state of Missouri and the Republic. If you review Ltr Col Monetti’s positions on his Web site, you would be pleased with his stands; they agree with the Combat Veterans For Congress Mission Statement. We look forward to working with Lt Col Monetti, and are pleased that a Combat Veteran of his caliber is running for Congress.

Full endorsement here: http://combatveteransforcongress.org/cand/3406

Dear Fellow Missourians – From A Grateful American Who Lives in and loves Missouri! Stephen F. Pringle, MA, DMIN

Dear Fellow Missourians,

I am a Missouri citizen, born and raised on a farm in Southwest Missouri. My father and grandfather were sawmill operators and raised cattle. Their examples prepared me to serve over 40 years as a minister, military chaplain, and now, owner of a thriving mental health counseling practice with offices in Independence, Liberty and Warrensburg, Missouri.

I was raised to look for three defining traits that someone must possess before they receive my vote for office. First, they must be a person of Purpose; someone who knows what they need to do and know how to do it. Second, they must be a person of Principles with a solid foundation for the Principles they live by. I was raised to believe that strong and sound Faith in God is that foundation. Third, they must be a person of Passion for what is good and right. Their passion must be genuine, managed, and focused so that they are a leader people want to follow and place their trust in. All these exist in Tony Monetti.

The Purposed, Principled, and Passionate mind and heart of Tony Monetti is obvious when he speaks his position on serious issues that matter deeply to me, my family, and fellow Missourians. To gain my endorsement, a candidate must be rock solid on the issues of Protecting Life, Religious Liberty, The Second Amendment, The Armed Forces, and supporting Small Business. Tony is rock solid on these and more!

Tony Monetti has earned my confidence! With great pleasure and zero hesitancy, I endorse retired Lieutenant Colonel Tony Monetti as the best candidate for our next US Senator! Join me in the effort to make Tony Missouri’s next US Senator!

A Grateful American Who Lives in and loves Missouri! Stephen F. Pringle, MA, DMIN

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We have the momentum, but the corruption we face won’t back down now.

My fellow patriots, you men and women who love God and aren’t afraid to shout about it, you “deplorables” who can’t stand the career clowns, WE ARE WINNING. The opposition is running scared, and you all made it happen.

As I continue to travel across the Show-Me state it is clear we have the momentum. But we must continue to keep the fight going. Corruption won’t back down now. Former Governor Sarah Palin and I have organized a rally to keep the Swamp afraid.

Join Sarah and I for a once in a lifetime chance to take part in history! At KC LIVE at Power and Light on June 27th we will join forces to Make America Great Again.

Do not miss your moment to show the DC Career bozos what you think of them. Stand with me and Governor Palin against the establishment. There will be live entertainment, delicious hors d’oeuvres, photo opportunities, and a Conversation Cordial between us and Sarah. I want to see you there! Join us for a night you patriots deserve!

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Sarah Palin Endorses U.S. Senate Candidate Tony Monetti

Warrensburg, MO – June 11, 2018 – Former Governor of Alaska and Republican Vice-Presidential nominee, Sarah Palin, is scheduled to endorse the U.S. Senate candidate in Missouri, Tony Monetti at a massive “Pre-Primary Election Bash” held at Kansas City LIVE! within one of the Midwest’s largest developmental areas, Kansas City Power & Light District on June 27th, 2018.

This endorsement comes at an important moment in the Monetti campaign as the candidate prepares to win the GOP primary in August. Support from the Republican icon Palin signals a definitive boost for Monetti’s cause; the former Governor boasts a history of picking winners.

The U.S. Senate candidate Tony Monetti is proud to receive Governor Palin’s support, “The citizens of Missouri are sick and tired of the career politician looking to simply climb the political ladder, like Josh Hawley. They are telling us they want someone who is in this for the right reasons, who is unafraid to battletheelitesinDCtofightforthepeopleofMissouri. Themassivecrowdatoureventwillshowyou how many Missourians support what I’m saying.”

Lt. Col. Tony Monetti seeks religious freedoms under the First Amendment, the defense of the Second Amendment, lower taxes to foster economic growth, and supports many other Conservative policies to Make America Great Again. Monetti’s background of decorated military service, along with his relevant business and education experience makes him the best candidate to represent Missourians in the US Senate.

Voters can learn more about the Ret. Lt. Col. at monetti4senate.com
Tickets to the Palin & Monetti Rally are available, pre-event, now through June 22nd for a $10 donation to the campaign. Ticket prices will be higher at the door. This event is expected to fill to capacity and strongly recommend tickets in advance. To purchase pre-event tickets go to www.jointhebash.com Tickets are of a limited availability.

FOR MORE INFORMATION about the Monetti & Palin Rally, contact Elizabeth Kelley at [email protected] or 312 545 4614.

Monetti speaks to Pettis Pachyderms

SEDALIA, Mo. – Lt. Col. Tony “MAGA” Monetti, 54, the U.S. Senate candidate whose name is first on the
Aug. 7 primary ballot, spoke to the Pettis County Pachyderm Club on Friday at Best Western State Fair Inn,
3120 S. Limit Ave., Sedalia.

Rep. Dean Dohrman asked which committees Monetti would want to join. Monetti answered his military
and business backgrounds, and his knowledge of and concern for family farms, would make him valuable
as a member of several committees.

“There’s so many different opportunities for me,” Monetti said.

Audience member Mark E. McDonald said, “Our country’s on a collision course with financial collapse.”

Monetti said out of every $100 the federal government spends, $7 is used to pay interest on the debt.

“We need to address this dependency on government,” he said.

A spending cap would help balance the budget, Monetti said, and so would delivering this message to
Congress: “You don’t get paid until you balance the budget.”

Monetti said he flew B-52s in the first Iraq war, and the B-2 stealth bomber in Kosovo, because he
supports democracy.

“I did it for love of country,” he told the group. “We need to go back to our culture of service before self.”

In his Make American Great Again monster pickup truck, Monetti has attended 43 Republican Party
Lincoln Days in dozens of cities and counties, from Kansas City to St. Louis, from Unionville on the Iowa
border to Kennett on the Arkansas border, and dozens of points between. Lincoln Days are fundraisers
that support Republicans running for county and other area offices. Hawley has attended one Lincoln Day,
but he made time to attend a $50,000-a-plate fundraiser for himself in Frontenac, a St. Louis suburb
where the median house price is $750,000.

Monetti supports religious freedom under the First Amendment, gun rights under the Second
Amendment, a wall to stop illegal aliens, lower taxes, fewer business regulations, lower health care costs,
and a strong military. He is decorated combat veteran, university aviation director, businessman, civic
leader and faith-based author.

Monetti speaks to Jackson County Pachyderms

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. – About a dozen Greater Kansas City Pachyderms in Jackson County heard U.S.
Senate candidate Lt. Col. Tony “MAGA” Monetti, 54, discuss issues during a meeting May 22 at V’s Italian
Ristorante in Independence.

Combat veteran Monetti stated firmly that Gov. Eric Greitens, who received the Purple Heart as a Navy
Seal, deserves his day in court, not the calls made for his resignation by Attorney General Josh Hawley
and other RINOs. Hawley, also running for Senate, is too inexperienced and lacks the heart to defeat
incumbent U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill Nov. 6, Monetti said.

With another school shooting having taken place, Monetti said his call to action to prevent future
shootings involves improving the nation’s mental health care system. He said he also supports using
trained civilian and military police retirees, paid or volunteer, as armed guards in schools. He said he does
not agree with those who suggest gun control is the answer.

“When they take away your guns, then your freedom is next,” Monetti said.

Monetti travels the state in his Make America Great Again monster pickup truck to deliver the message
that he believes in God; opposes abortion and gun control; supports term limits, a balanced budget, the
U.S.-Mexico wall and a “plain language” amendment to make clear what laws mean; and is on the
campaign trail because he believes seeking votes by meeting people in person is what Missourians want
versus what he calls “the RINO elite” seeking to buy the election for Hawley.

The last day to withdraw from the ballot took place Tuesday. The 11 contenders include Monetti, a retired
B-2 stealth bomber and assistant dean of aviation at the University of Central Missouri, whose name is
first on the ballot; Hawley; Austin Petersen, the agnostic who ran for president as a Libertarian in 2016;
and Courtland Sykes, who moved to Missouri from Arkansas in 2017.

Monetti alone at Newton County candidate fair

NEOSHO, Mo. – Showing up is half the battle and U.S. Senate candidate Lt. Col. Tony Monetti, 54, scored
a total victory as the only candidate in the race to appear Tuesday at the Newton County Candidate Fair in
Neosho before a crowd of about 140 people.

Retiring Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard headlined the event, thanking fellow Republicans for
having allowed him to serve. Combat veteran Monetti followed, delivering the message that he believes
in God; opposes abortion and gun control; supports term limits, a balanced budget, the U.S.-Mexico wall
and a “plain language” amendment; and is on the campaign trail because he believes that seeking votes
by meeting people in person is what Missourians want versus the establishment seeking to buy the
election for Attorney General Josh Hawley.

Crowd member Doug Joyce said replacing incumbent U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill with another lawyer,
Hawley, would be a mistake. He said Missouri needs to elect a veteran, Monetti.

“We don’t need any more lawyers,” Joyce said. “We need veterans. And he’s a businessman.”

The last day to withdraw from the ballot also took place Tuesday. The 11 contenders are Monetti, a
retired B-2 bomber and assistant dean of aviation at the University of Central Missouri, whose name is
first on the ballot; Austin Petersen, who ran for president as a Libertarian in 2016; Attorney General Josh
Hawley; Courtland Sykes, who moved to Missouri from Arkansas in 2017; Kristi Nichols, who made failed
runs for the seat in 2010 and 2016; Brian Hagg; Bradley Krembs; Ken Patterson, who ran for St. Louis
County executive in 2010; Peter Pfeifer; Christina Smith; and Fred Ryman, the Constitution Party
nominee in 2016.

A Merger of Brexit and MAGA in underdog Missouri Senate campaign

WASHINGTON – It’s politics 2018. How else to describe the merger of Brexit — Britain’s 2016 divorce from the European Union — and Donald Trump’s Make America Great Again coming together in one of the most-watched U.S. Senate races in the country this year?

That’s what’s happened in Missouri, where long-shot Republican candidate Tony Monetti, 54, a retired Air Force B-2 pilot, has hired a 26-year-old London digital marketer with the Harry Potteresque name of Haydn Snape to help push his message on social media…

Read the full article here: http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/gateway-to-dc/raasch-a-merger-of-brexit-and-maga-in-underdog-missouri/article_a470c887-ede1-5923-b5bf-860b2adcc227.html

Senate candidate Monetti in St. Louis

LOUIS, Mo. – A fire-up Lt. Col. Tony Monetti, 54, delivered a message to Attorney General Josh Hawley on the Marc Cox radio show May 2 in St. Louis – “Focus on your job.”

https://971talk.radio.com/media/audio-channel/here-serve-peoplemp3

Monetti faces Hawley in the Republican Primary for the U.S. Senate seat Aug. 7.

“I’m first going to take out young Josh and then I will defeat chameleon Claire, and then I’m going to take some of these RINOs out so we can help our president make America great again,” Monetti said.

Hawley is supposed to live in Jefferson City, but tried to reinterpret the Constitution so he could continue to live in Columbia. Facing criticism, Hawley said he would rent a place in Jefferson City, Monetti said.

“He’s got a job to do as attorney general. Focus on your job and let guys like me lead the party,” he said.

Hawley ran two years ago on a pledge not to be a ladder climber, but the “paint had not dried” on Hawley’s new office before he announced his run for the Senate, Monetti told Cox.

“He needs to stay our attorney general; he’s a good man, he’s Christian and he’s pro-life, like me. He needs to step down, get out of the way,” Monetti said.

Monetti said Gov. Eric Greitens should be allowed his day in court this month without being pushed to resign Hawley. If guilty, then Greitens must face justice, Monetti said, but the trial comes first.

Cox said sometimes “the long knives come out” for outsiders. Monetti said he has been shot at as a combat veteran and does not fear political dirty tricks.

“I’m ready to fight, and America is worth fighting for,” Monetti said.

The establishment does not want a true outsider, but Monetti said he plans to show the elite that grassroots Republicans are the real power in Missouri’s Republican Party.

Many Republicans doubt Hawley’s seriousness as a candidate because he called for infringing on the Second Amendment, called for Greitens to resign and disappeared from the campaign trail, Monetti said.

Hawley has found time to squeeze in one Lincoln Day event to support fellow Republicans, but he made time to attend a $50,000-a-plate fundraiser for himself. He also found time to go to a fitness club in Columbia during public office hours in Jefferson City, The Riverfront Times of St. Louis reported April 25 under the headline, “Josh Hawley works out in Columbia while Jefferson City burns.”

In his Make American Great Again monster pickup truck, Monetti has attended 40 Republican Party Lincoln Days and other events in dozens of cities and counties, from Kansas City to St. Louis, from Unionville on the Iowa border to Kennett on the Arkansas border, and many points between. Lincoln Days are fundraisers that support Republicans running for county and other area offices.

Monetti also states Congress should be more involved in decisions to use the military; a wall is needed to stop illegal aliens; and he supports religious freedom under the First Amendment, gun rights under the Second Amendment, lower taxes and fewer business regulations, lower health care costs, and a strong military to safeguard democracy.

Based on experience as a decorated combat veteran, university aviation director, businessman, civic leader and faith book author, Monetti discusses topics that include what makes his military and public service achievements important as indicators of character, and what he plans to accomplish in the Senate.