In order to survive Kansas City hipsters have been forced to help publish Democratic Party talking points.
To be fair, we've all got to do what it takes to keep the lights on . . . And it's not always pretty.
Nevertheless, this bit of promo offers a hopeful if unlikely scenario that believes voter turnout will turn this decidedly red state into a place where the Democratic Party is competitive.
Whilst Missouri has union roots and was once closely aligned with labor which helped Democratic Party keep control into the 90s . . . Demographic trends don't yet foretell a cultural shift that will inspire a blue wave given that not even widespread animus (ewwwww) against Prez Trump helped progressives gain ground in the 2020 election cycle.
Here's the pitch . . .
Courtesy of New Missouri Project A new organization is working to build a more representative Missouri. The New Missouri Project, launched March 2, aims to register, empower, engage, and educate Missouri voters about what's happening in the state so that more people have a say in how the state operates.