YOUR VOICE IN JEFFERSON CITY
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MISSOURI HOUSE DISTRICT 70
As a 26-year resident, Paula Brown understands the concerns of people living in Missouri House District 70. Split between the counties of St. Louis and St. Charles, the district also includes Bridgeton, Chesterfield, Hazelwood, Maryland Heights, St. Charles and Weldon Spring. It contains Creve Coeur Park, parts of the Katy Trail, Faust Park, the Family Arena, Creve Coeur Airport, Hollywood Casino Amphitheater, and the Lewis & Clark Boat House and Museum. Our district has a variety of concerns from jobs and education to health care and solving long-standing environmental concerns.
It all started when…
Paula Brown grew up in District 70. She attended Pattonville Schools from kindergarten through high school graduation. Paula earned a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from the University of Missouri-Columbia and her Masters degree at Lindenwood University.
Paula has lived in District 70 for more than half of her life. Married for 26 years to her husband Rob, she is the proud mother of two adults sons who are currently attending college.
Since 1986, Paula has worked as an elementary school teacher, middle school librarian and as an adminstrator for Hazelwood School District. She served as the Hazelwood NEA president for eight years where she negotiated multi-million dollar contracts.
ON THE ISSUES
As a long-time resident of Missouri District 70, Paula Brown is running to serve as “Your True Voice in Jefferson City.” Paula will work for you!
Paula will work to expand early childhood programs, to attract & retain quality teachers and to make excellent education affordable.
Paula believes everyone deserves a fair wage. She will work to grow and maintain good paying jobs. And will help families succeed by working to establish paid family leave in Missouri.
Paula will work to make health care affordable to all, to reduce the cost of prescription drugs and to expand mental health care benefits.