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Jenna Marie Convinces Primary Opponent to Change Her Platform

Since Jenna Marie announced her candidacy for Missouri's 4th Congressional District, her primary opponent Renee Hoegensen, updated her website to include components from Jenna Marie's platform.

"Mimicry is the best compliment.  I am glad to see her finally realize that transgender people are important,"  said Jenna Marie.  

The two candidates will be attending the candidates forum in Laclede County next appearing together for the first time on Wednesday, August 9th, 2017.

"I am certainly not a single issue candidate.  People in Missouri should be asking what exactly happened to leave the state with only two Democratic Congressmen from the Missouri Delegation.  I am no stranger to running against the odds and making a great impact.  In 2003, when O'Fallon Mayor Paul Renard used the threat of eminent domain to take homes away from seniors and sell the land to a private developer, I took action.  I joined other community members protesting in the streets.  We formed a committee and ultimately through my leadership and speaking ability, Mayor Renaud resigned and we filled the city council with our people during the next election," Jenna Marie continued.

The State of Missouri gets a fighter in Jenna Marie.  This is sure to be an exciting race!


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