Can a Democrat actually win the Missouri governor race?
Missouri state Rep. Crystal Quade, a Springfield Democrat who serves as the House minority leader, announced her gubernatorial candidacy for Missouri governor last week. She says her primary issues are childcare and health care access, and defending public education.
Democratic state Rep. Crystal Quade of Springfield — who currently serves as the Missouri House minority leader — hasthrown her hat into the ring to be the next governor of the Show-Me State, in hopes of succeeding Republican Mike Parson.
Quade spoke with KCUR's Brian Ellison on Up To Date about her first week on the campaign trail.
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