Secular Coalition for Missouri Monthly Conference Call

Location

Thursday, October 25, 2012 - 14:00 - 14:30
Call In Details: 
Phone Number: 530-881-1400 Participant Code: 978895

 

Secular Coalition for America - Missouri Chapter Conference Call
Call in number: 530-881-1400 Participant Code: 978895
Thursday, October 25 at 1pm CT

 

Welcome Message

  • Who is here and who is not here that needs to be?
  • Agenda available at Missouri chapter page at secular.org
  • Explanation of conference call style and recording
    • No one is required to speak up, but there will be opportunities to do so.
  • Thank you for joining us for the Secular Coalition for Missouri monthly conference call!
  • The Secular Coalition for America is the only 501(c)(4) representing secular and nontheistic Americans.
  • The Secular Coalition for America is working to make sure that we are heard on Capitol Hill. We fight in Washington DC against religious privileging on a federal level, yet some of the most egregious violations of separation of church and state are being promoted and passed at a state level.
  • The Secular Coalition for America is forming state chapters across the country to bring together secular and nontheistic Americans in each state to lobby on secular issues.

 

State Government Update - November Elections

  • U.S. Senate
    • Claire McCaskill (D) running for re-election against challengers Todd Akin (R) and Jonathan Dine (L)
    • Political reports suggest McCaskill will hold on to her seat
  • U.S. House
    • Missouri lost one seat after the 2010 census, dropping from 9 to 8
    • All Missouri seats in the U.S. House are up for election
    • 6 of the current 9 seats are held by the Republican Party
  • Governor
    • Governor Jay Nixon (D) is running for re-election
    • Political reports are predicting he will keep his position from challenger Dave Spence(R)
  • State Senate
    • 17 of the 34 seats are up for election
    • Republican Party holds a 26-8 majority
    • 8 of the 10 retiring incumbents are Republican, possible majority change, but unlikely
  • State House of Representatives
    • All 163 seats are up for election
    • Republican Party holds an 105-57 majority
    • 25 incumbents leaving office, 17 of which are republican,  majority change unlikely


Issues/Events

Chapter Development Status 

Next Conference Call Date and Time

  • Cancelled due to Thanksgiving

Contact Information 

Thank you!

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