Jeanie for Missouri
I am guided by the values that make Missouri strong; faith in God, love of family, and preservation of the freedoms our constitution guarantees.
I was born and raised with two brothers in Missouri. I attended Drury College in Springfield where I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Education. My career began in St. Louis working for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company as an accounting department supervisor.
In 1977, my husband Randy and I moved to Callaway County. I served the community by teaching and coaching in the South Callaway School District for 28 years. My time as a teacher and coach provided an in-depth knowledge of education policy and a keen understanding of the needs of Missouri families. We raised our two children in Callaway County who have both since married and have each blessed us with a grandson!
I learned the value of service to community, the ethics of hard work, and the importance of personal integrity from my parents. Those values have been reinforced throughout my life. In 2006, I retired from a successful career in education. Elected in November 2008, I am running for my third term as State Representative in the newly drawn 49th district which includes a majority of Callaway County and the northwest portion of Jefferson City.
On Jeanie’s Video page, you’ll be able to see all of her interactive media content. From Youtube videos, to interviews to other media content concerning Missouri, the 20th district and Republican issues, you’ll get all the great content you’re looking for right here at JeanieForMissouri.com!
During the 2011 Legislative Session, Jeanie will be giving updates on legislation, some of her leadership opportunities, what’s happening in Jefferson City, and how that’s going to affect the state of Missouri and the 20th district!
Assistant Majority Floor Leader, Representative Jeanie Riddle, Discusses Her Support of the 2nd Amendment
Assistant Majority Floor Leader Jeanie Riddle’s Capital Report #3 – January 16th-23rd (Response to State of the State, HB 73)
Lt. Governor Peter Kinder’s Response to Governor Nixon’s State of the State Address (Click HERE for a transcript of his response)
Assistant Majority Floor Leader Jeanie Riddle’s Capital Report #2 – January 9th-15th
Assistant Majority Floor Leader Jeanie Riddle’s Capital Report, Episode #1 – January 6th-8th, 2011
If you would like to contact Jeanie via email, click HERE. Or to reach her campaign by phone call (573) 676-3216.
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As the mother of two grown children, I fully understand the miracle and gift of life. With my strong faith, conservative convictions and personal passion for children, no one will be a better advocate for the unborn. From conception to natural end, I am 100% pro-life and will continue to defend those values.
I am a strong advocate for 2nd Amendment rights guaranteed by our Constitution. I have been a longtime Life Member of the National Rifle Association. I understand the fundamental right of law abiding citizens to keep and bear arms. In my first year in the Missouri Legislature I have worked hard to advance a pro [...]
As a retired school teacher and coach, education is a top priority. It is the door to Missouri’s future. Every child should have access to a world class education. College and vocational schools must be affordable. Jeanie has tirelessly fought for education, and will continue to do so as a leader in Missouri’s Legislature.
I am guided by the values that make Missouri strong; faith in God, love of family, and preservation of the freedoms our constitution guarantees. I was born and raised with two brothers in Missouri. I attended Drury (College) University in Springfield where I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Education. My career began in St. [...]