Upon hearing the news of Sen. Roy Blunt’s (R-MO) planned retirement after the end of his term in the Senate, Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO) released a statement.
Statement from Rep. Jason Smith on Senator Roy Blunt’s Decision to Not Seek Re-election
Washington, March 8, 2021
Missouri is better off today because of the service of Senator Blunt. As a fellow son of southern Missouri, I have always valued the advice and mentorship of our senior Senator and am grateful to call him a friend.
He was one of the first people to encourage me to run for Congress and someone I have been proud to partner with to help protect our way of life in Missouri.
Whatever comes next, I know Roy will always continue to help the people of Missouri. I am truly humbled by the outreach from Missourians interested in ensuring Missouri continues to have a strong voice in the United States Senate.
I will continue talking to working class families, farmers, and small business owners across our state to see how I can best serve and protect them from the radical Pelosi – Schumer – Biden agenda which has taken a hold of our government and threatens the things we value most – family, faith, and our Constitution.
Smith has been a strong conservative voice in the House and is not afraid to stand up for the values of Missourians. If he runs for the Senate, he would have the support of many conservative voters.
Watch some recent appearances by Smith below:
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