Guv Candidate Crystal Quade Seyz MAGA Election Year Might Thwart Missouri GOP

A not so bold prediction from this lady running on more Show-Me State abortion and not much else.


At the end of session in May, House Minority Leader Crystal Quade, D-Springfield, offered her prediction for the 2024 session.

“The unfortunate reality I will say is: Next session we all know is an election year, right? And so if the Republicans couldn't function now, Lord wait until they start running against each other for the Republican primaries,” Quade said.

Quade, who is running for governor, still believes the upcoming election will affect productivity.

“What we've seen in years past when this is happening are Republicans really fighting against each other to try to be the most extreme to try to get the most floor time,” Quade said. “I think we're going to see that even more so this year, just because of the sheer number of folks running against each other for higher office.”

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