Kansas City Welcomes Lucas Kunce

Fair play for our council lady this evening . . . Katheryn Shields making power moves in the Missouri U.S. Senate contest on the Democratic Party side.

Whilst the Republicans are slugging it out with gun & blowtorch commercials . . . Veteran Lucas Kunce is touting his unabashedly progressive credentials.

Despite the red state leanings of Missouri . . . Let's not downplay KC's role in fundraising . . . And let's not forget the Kunce has MORE THAN THREE MILLION BUCKS IN HIS CAMPAIGN PIGGY BANK.

And so . . . Tonight the council lady introduced the contender to a small but important crowd which seems to think that an anti-gun, pro-abortion, and pro-immigrant politico can win in Missouri . . . And that might be the case if Eric Greitens gets the nod from his party.

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