A grassroots organization of veterans, Common Defense adds Kunce to their slate of high-profile statewide endorsements nationwide, including John Fetterman and Stacey Abrams.
“Indivisible St Louis is proud and excited to support Lucas Kunce for U. S. Senate. He has committed to restoring and investing in our communities and rural towns, and he is a champion of campaign finance reform who’s committed to grassroots donations to run his campaign. Lucas is determined to change who is in Washington, D.C., and he’ll make sure that they are working for ALL OF US!”
In a fiery op-ed for the Joplin Globe, Kunce slams the baby formula cartel.
The latest data in Missouri’s U.S. Senate race confirms that Democrat and 13-year Marine veteran Lucas Kunce is the only candidate who can defeat Republican Eric Greitens in this election.
Mayor Ella Jones, the first Black Missourian and first woman elected as mayor of Ferguson, is endorsing 13-year Marine veteran Lucas Kunce and his groundbreaking campaign for U.S. Senate.
In his best quarter yet, Lucas Kunce has outraised all the competition AND has the highest percentage of grassroots fundraising of any major U.S. Senate candidate in the country.
The first Southwest Missouri local endorsements in the U.S. Senate Democratic primary, former Springfield mayor Jim O’Neal and former Greene County Presiding Commissioner Dave Coonrod announced their support for Marine veteran Lucas Kunce.
U.S. Senate candidate Lucas Kunce told Springfieldians last weekend he wants to “fundamentally change who has the power” in America.
Today, Councilwoman Katheryn Shields (Kansas City), Representative Michael Johnson (Kansas City), Mayor Reggie Jones (City of Dellwood), Kansas City entrepreneur Charlie Lowe, and Councilman Terry Wilson (City of Jennings) are throwing their support behind 13-year Marine veteran Lucas Kunce in the Missouri U.S. Senate Race.