Our region’s leaders are endorsing Greg Razer for State Senate. Here is why.

Nicole Galloway

Missouri State Auditor

Greg Razer is the clear choice for state senate. He is a respected and effective voice on both sides of the aisle, getting things done on behalf of all Missourians. We need Greg in the Senate to achieve real progress on healthcare, our economic recovery, equality, and community safety.”

Quinton Lucas

Mayor of Kansas City

“Greg for years has been a strong voice for our community.  He has led the fight to fund our schools, pay our teachers, and has called for common-sense reforms to reduce gun violence in Kansas City.  We need Greg in the Missouri Senate so that we can have an effective advocate for Kansas City, for working people, and for our community’s future.”

Jason Holsman

Former Kansas City State Senator (2012-2020); Commissioner, Missouri Public Service Commission (2020 – )

“For the past 3 sessions I’ve observed Greg’s work ethic in the Missouri House. The Senate is a chamber that demands long hours and deep study of complicated issues. Greg has the temperament and talent to build the relationships necessary to effectively represent the 7th District. I’m proud to endorse his campaign.”

Jolie Justus

Former Kansas City State Senator (2006-2014); Kansas City Councilwoman, District 4 (2015-2019)

“Greg is the kind of leader I want working for us in Jefferson City. He has shown the rare ability to stand up for what is right, while working across the aisle to get things done for Kansas City. I’m proud to stand with Greg Razer for Missouri State Senate.”

Lauren Arthur

State Senator, District 17

“Rep. Razer is a tireless champion and advocate for his constituents. He can bring diverse stakeholders together in service of commonsense collaboration. He’s also a genuinely nice person. For these reasons, and many more, I’m proud to endorse his candidacy and look forward to serving with him in the Senate.”

Kevin McManus

Kansas City Councilman, Mayor Pro Tem, Sixth District

“Greg has been a strong voice for south Kansas City during his time in the House. I look forward to working with him as our State Senator for years to come.”

Eric Bunch

Kansas City Councilman, Fourth District

“For KCMO to be successful it’s critical that we elect great people to represent us in Jefferson City. Greg has always been an effective collaborator who understands the local impact of his work in the Missouri House. He is the leader we need to represent us in the State Senate.”

Andrea Bough

Kansas City Councilwoman, Sixth District At-Large

“Having known Greg for several years, I can attest to his commitment to the issues that are important to Kansas Citians. He will continue the fight he began as a State Representative for women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, workers’ rights while pushing for common sense gun legislation.  His trusted leadership and work ethic is exactly what we need in Jefferson City.”

Scott Burnett

Jackson County Legislator, First District

“I have known Greg Razer for many years and know him to be a public servant in the truest sense. Greg listens to, and genuinely cares about constituents. More importantly, he follows through and is committed to make a real difference for the people he serves.  I am more than happy to endorse Greg Razer for Missouri Senator.”

Jalen Anderson

Jackson County Legislator, First District At-Large

“Greg will be a leader for Kansas City in the state senate. He is focused on common sense reforms and progressive leadership to help all Missourians, and not just a chosen few. Let’s send a fighter for our values to Jefferson City. I’m proud to endorse Greg Razer for State Senate District 7!

Crystal Williams

Jackson County Legislator, Second District At-Large

“I’m supporting my friend Representative Greg Razer for Missouri Senate District 7. Greg is a progressive leader who works with all in order to get things done for us. He understands the entire state, but never forgets who he represents in the Capitol. I can’t wait until he’s representing my family in the senate.”

Keri Ingle

State Representative, Minority Whip, District 35

“Greg is a thoughtful, compassionate, and effective advocate for all people.  His experience merging the urban, suburban, and rural areas of our state are vital to working towards solutions for hardworking Missourians and will benefit him as a Senator for the 7th district.  He is approachable, engaged, and committed to improving the lives of those he represents.  I look forward to working with him to further Missouri legislation for constituents in Kansas City and Lee’s Summit.”

Matt Sain

State Representative, District 14

Jon Carpenter

State Representative, District 15

“I’ve seen firsthand the type of leader Greg is for our state. Whether it’s education, healthcare, infrastructure, or civil rights, Greg stands up for Kansas City and all Missourians. I look forward to him doing just that as State Senator.”

Wes Rogers

State Representative, District 18

“I support Greg Razer for the Missouri Senate because Greg knows how to get things done on issues that matter to Missourians like properly funding higher education, protecting all of us from discrimination, and building transportation infrastructure.”

Robert Sauls

State Representative, District 21

“I’ve had the opportunity to work with Greg in the Missouri Legislature.  I consider him to not only be a colleague, but a dear friend.  Rep. Razer is a fierce advocate for his constituents, and I know he will represent them well in the Senate.”

Judy Morgan

State Representative, District 24

“With his experience on the staff of Sen. Claire McCaskill for almost ten years and as a Missouri State Representative for the past three years, Greg Razer will be ready on day one to serve as our next Missouri State Senator!”

Mark Sharp

State Representative, District 36

“I wholeheartedly endorse my good friend Greg Razer for the Democratic nomination to fill the vacant 7th District State Senate seat that covers much of south Kansas City and Grandview. Greg is a tireless and effective advocate for treating all people fairly when providing employment, housing, and public accomodations. He is a recognized leader in efforts to finally provide adequate funding to maintain our crumbling highway system, as well as to support our public schools so that Missouri children can compete on a level playing field with students from other states.”

Joe Runions

State Representative, District 37