Nov. 6, 2018 U.S. Senate

Brochure - 7" x 9 1/2". 




"My job is to be accountable to everybody. Whether they like me or don't like me, whether they vote for me or don't vote for me, I've got to show up and show respect."

McCaskill visits Branson

McCaskill makes stop in Monett
McCaskill to hold town hall in Farmington

When Missouri Speaks, Claire McCaskill Is All Ears
U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill has never been afraid to hear the questions, concerns and strong opinions of the Missourians she represents.

■  She has held 52 town halls in the past year and a half alone.

■  That's more town halls than the other nine members of the Missouri congressional delegation combined.

■  No community too small, no town too remote.
    No questions off-limits or pre-screened. No invitation lists.

Claire McCaskill knows that listening to and learning from Missourians is the most important part of her job.

McCaskill plans another round of rural town hall
McCaskill makes the rounds
McCaskill reaching out to rural Missouri

McCaskill Listened and Went to Work
These days, progress doesn't get national headlines unless there is scandal or partisan food fights involved. But if you're willing to work hard and reach across the aisle, things can get done.

Getting Veterans Their Due – In Benefits and Respect
Arla Harrell of Macon, Missouri was one of 60,000 WWII U.S. servicemen forced to participate in experiments in which he was intentionally exposed to mustard gas, and subsequently suffered from multiple chronic ailments linked to his exposure.

Yet the military swore Arla to secrecy about the classified experiments and the VA denied more than 90% of mustard gas claims from these veterans.

Working with Republican colleagues from Georgia and Indiana, and President Trump's VA Secretary, McCaskill got her bipartisan Arla Harrell Act signed into law.

Finally, Arla and other veterans got the benefits they deserved, but more importantly, they were recognized for the sacrifices they made for our country.

Less Expensive Hearing Aids
Claire heard from many Missourians that hearing aids were prohibitively expensive, with costs not covered by Medicare or most private insurance plans.

She joined with a bipartisan group of Senators to pass a law allowing hearing aids to be sold over-the-counter, dramatically reducing their cost and giving thousands of Missourians the chance to hear again.
Longtime Fiscal Watchdog Exposing Contracting Abuses
A former Missouri State Auditor, McCaskill leads a congressional committee investigating wartime contracting abuse. And she's uncovered plenty of it. 

Just this year, McCaskill grilled the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers over a boondoggle in which an electrical transmission project was constructed in Afghanistan at a cost to American taxpayers of $60 million. The project never worked and is now considered a safety risk, with taxpayers being charged another $98,000 to keep the Afghan government from employing the system.

McCaskill says VA has reversed itself, paid mustard gas claims by WWII vets
WWII vet receives long overdue benefit for injury
Saving Taxpayer Dollars Is Focus of McCaskill Request
"the Senator has be a leading critic about wasted money in Afghanistan reconstruction, particularly in contracting abuse." – KNPN TV, St. Joseph, MO

Personal Message From A Volunteer

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"Claire McCaskill has earned a reputation as someone who pulls no punches, speaks her mind and, most importantly, gets things done."
- Conservative news site Newsmax ranking of McCaskill as one of America's 15 hardest-working senators, 5-17-17

'"If you want to pick somebody to work in a bipartisan manner and get something done ... you ask Claire McCaskill because she does get the job done,' Roberts said about their collaboration on the legislation."
- Kansas Republican U.S. Senator Pat Roberts, Kansas City Star, 8-18-17

"Her answers to questions were frank, factual, to the point and her experience and knowledge of issues is impressive.
Sen. McCaskill does her homework on issues and no one in the congressional circle works harder than she does. She fights for what she believes in and for Missourians."

-Washington Missourian, 10-13-17
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McCaskill reaching out to rural Missouri
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