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American politician - former U.S. Representative for Missouri's 8th congressional district from 1996 to 2013.
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Emerson Casts Vote for Balanced Budget Amendment


U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson (MO-08) today voted for a bipartisan amendment to require the federal government to balance the budget each and every fiscal year. "One of the most important responsibilities of the Congress is to work hard for shared priorities on behalf of the people we represent," Emerson said. "Federal deficits and runaway spending ultimately do harm to the economy and to the legacy of freedom Americans want to pass on to the next generation. That is why the focus of this House of Representatives is on finding a sustainable path forward, preserving important functions of ...


Parker demands to debate Rep. Jo Ann Emerson


Parker demands to debate Rep. Jo Ann Emerson Have you learned anything from the Republican Presidential debates? Aren't debates a great way to learn about the candidates? Rep. Jo Ann Emerson recently stated she would not debate me in the 2012 primary. She refused in the last election as well. Bob Parker, Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, hereby challenges Rep. Emerson to debates in Poplar Bluff, Rolla, Farmington, Sikeston, Houston, Mountain Grove and Cape Girardeau. There will be no moderator, just a timekeeper, and we will debate for one hour, with alternating ...


At nixed Kinder kick-off, Emerson was to have intro duty


How close was Republican Peter Kinder to diving into the governor's race? Not only did Kinder already have a date and place for his campaign kick-off, but he already had a speaker set to introduce him at the event: U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson. Kinder was poised to formally declare his candidacy for the state's top job last Sunday in his hometown of Cape Girardeau. That Emerson was asked to introduce Kinder is no surprise. Both are from Southeast Missouri. Kinder got his start in politics when the late U.S. Rep. Bill Emerson, husband to the current Rep. Emerson, hired Kinder to work in his ...



 
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