Let's be fair to Congresswoman Hartlzer but gently remind her that women have rejected Grietens before and it didn't seem to stop him.
Nevertheless, her warning to mainstream Republicans is worthy of consideration and represents an intriguing ripple in the upcoming red wave . . .
He is among the frontrunners in a crowded field of Republican Senate candidates that includes U.S. House members Vicky Hartzler and Billy Long, Attorney General Eric Schmitt and the St. Louis lawyer who made headlines by pointing a gun at racial injustice protesters outside his home, Mark McCloskey.
Some Republican leaders worry that Greitens could win the GOP nomination but lose in the general election, ceding a crucial Senate seat in what should be a safely red state. Among them is Hartzler, citing one major demographic in particular.
“There’s hardly any women in the state who will vote for him," she said in a phone interview.
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ST. LOUIS (AP) - Former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is banking on Republican voters forgiving his past indiscretions when they choose a U.S. Senate nominee next August. Many in the GOP establishment are hoping they don't forget. Greitens resigned as governor in 2018 amid an investigation of an extramarital affair with his St.