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This week on Statehouse Blend Missouri, we meet the eastern Missouri district that supported Donald Trump with 61% of the vote in 2016, but in a special election last week elected a Democrat to the Missouri House for the first time since 2008. We also meet the Democrat they elected, Rep.-Elect Mike Revis, a 27-year-old first-time candidate from Fenton, Mo. And we talk with political science professor Patrick Miller about how much we should read into special election results like these.

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Music used in this episode: Warming Evening by Nameless Dancers; Am-Trans by Podington Bear; and As I Was Saying by Lee Rosevere.

Guests:

  • Rep.-elect Mike Revis, D-Fenton
  • Patrick Miller, assistant professor of political science, University of Kansas
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