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“The bottom line: Hawley leads Kunce, 44% to 43%. Given the undecided amount in the poll, about 12%, the firm says Kunce’s candidacy has ‘room to grow.'”

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch

UFCW #655 President David Cook said his union’s support of Kunce was not merely a case of sharing political dogma. “We’re behind Lucas Kunce because, as this poll shows, he can make this race competitive, and he can win.” Hawley’s campaign could not be reached Wednesday for comment.

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Lucas Kunce fires up rally with local leaders, statewide labor unions, and hundreds of supporters

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch

“Candidates may pick up soft endorsements, which amount to political names to slap on flyers. But they also may get hard endorsements, where those names show up in the flesh and help rally support. Any questions along those lines about the campaign of Lucas Kunce, a Democrat taking a second shot at the U.S. Senate, were answered Monday night.”

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In the News

St. Louis County Council Chair Shalonda Webb, Missouri Machinists, and leaders from every corner of Missouri join statewide coalition behind Kunce

St. Louis County Council Chairwoman Shalonda Webb, the Missouri State Council of Machinists, Hayti Heights Mayor Catrina Robinson, former Greene County Presiding Commissioner Dave Coonrod, and State Representative Ingrid Burnett joined the rapidly-growing statewide coalition supporting Lucas Kunce in Missouri’s U.S. Senate race.

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30-year North St. Louis County Leader Rita Heard Days endorsers Lucas Kunce

30-year North St. Louis County Leader Rita Heard Days joins Bill Clay Sr, Megan Green, Frank White Jr, the AFL-CIO, and more major Missouri leaders and organizations in backing Lucas Kunce for U.S. Senate | “In my 30 years of service to North County, I have met many candidates — but I rarely meet someone who shares Lucas Kunce’s tenacity, authenticity, and dedication to fighting for my community and others across Missouri,” said Councilwoman Rita Heard Days. “Lucas Kunce isn’t just the only person who can flip this U.S. Senate seat — he’s also someone I know will put Missourians first, just like he is in this campaign. That’s why I’m endorsing him and why I’ll work hard to help him win.”

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Kunce announces first slate of endorsements from leaders and organizations across Missouri

Today, the record-breaking U.S. Senate campaign of Marine veteran and seventh-generation Missourian Lucas Kunce announced a first slate of endorsements for his 2024 campaign, with support from leaders and organizations across Missouri. Endorsers include civil rights icon and former Congressman Bill Clay Sr, St. Louis Board of Aldermen President Megan Green, Jackson County Executive and Royals Hall of Famer Frank White Jr, former State Auditor Susan Montee, former Lt. Governor Joe Maxwell, advocate Barbara Eagleton, Florissant Mayor Tim Lowery, Boone County Treasurer Jenna Redel, the Missouri AFL-CIO, the Missouri Fire Fighters, St. Louis Building Trades, and Kansas City Building Trades.