The Only Choice to Represent Wentzville, Wright City, Foristell, Innsbrook and New Melle
Bill Stinson doesn’t just support small business; Bill Stinson is a Small Businessman. Until his retirement in 2008, Bill Stinson owned and operated an Aerospace manufacturing company right here in Wright City. He brought good jobs to this district where he is also a long time resident.
Bill Stinson believes that hard work is what built America! Work needs to be rewarded. As a man that has run a business that requires a highly skilled workforce, he knows first hand that workers are the core of any company. Bill Stinson will never allow Missouri to become a ‘Right to Work’ state. The ability for workers to organize is a key to a strong economy. All workers, whether they are union or not, need to be protected and deserve proper reward for their labor.
Bill Stinson believes in strong public education. He has grandchildren in both the Wentzville and Wright City School Districts. The performance of our school will direct our performance as country in the future. We need to not only focus our efforts on K-12 but we need to invest in Community Colleges that will provide the skills needed for business to compete and workers to advance in their careers. We need to continue to support our State University System. To build a 21st century economy, we need 21st century skills.
Don’t be fooled by the distractions. Bill Stinson has the same Pro-life and Gun Rights stance as his opponent. That is not at stake in this race.
The choice in this race is between opportunity for the middle class and those who are working hard to be part of the middle class, and protecting those that already hold large shares of this nation’s wealth and are willing to go to extreme lengths to make sure that they hold more themselves.
Bill Stinson has worked hard his whole life, in the National Guard, and throughout his career. His work has paid off, right here in the 63rd district. Now he wants to use his experience to pay back the 63rd district. Bill Stinson wants everyone in the district, including his family, has the same opportunity to succeed that he has had. Government does have a place in the journey to success. His opponent says that Government just needs to get out of the way. Bill Stinson thinks that Government needs to make sure that the road to success is clear of obstruction and access for all is provided.