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Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Conservative Rick Brattin Wins 31st State Senate Race

(HARRISONVILLE) – Rick Brattin has declared victory in the general election for the 31st State Senate District and has issued the following statement:

“I want to thank everyone across the district who supported my campaign. I could not have been successful without the help of everyone who helped knock doors, put up signs, and get the word out to voters. I am honored to have the opportunity to serve the people of this region in the Missouri Senate starting with the 2021 legislative session,” said Brattin. “I will work hard to give a voice to this district’s commonsense, conservative ideals by fighting for lower taxes, smaller government, and maintaining our freedoms.”

Brattin grew up in Greenwood and graduated from Lee’s Summit High School. He lives in Harrisonville with his wife and five children. In addition to owning a small construction company, Rick also operates a 40-acre farm north of Harrisonville. Faith takes a central role in the Brattin family’s life, and they are members of Abundant Life. Rick was endorsed by Missouri Right to Life PAC and maintains an A+ Rating from the NRA-PVF.

Public service is very important to Rick, who served in the United States Marine Corps as a Non-Commissioned Officer for six years. He currently serves as Cass County Auditor and had previously served four terms in the Missouri House of Representatives, where he co-founded the House Conservative Caucus.