WSJ profiles Hartzler’s bid in MO-4

The Wall Street Journal takes a look at Vicky Hartzler‘s (R) bid to replace Rep. Ike Skelton (D) as the representative from Missouri’s fourth congressional district.

With a byline from Warsaw, Kevin Helliker reports on the tightening race, taking note of Hartzler’s likeable personality. I believe this morning’s WSJ print version had a different headline from this online version – something along the lines of her “farm girl charm” covering a gritty determination. The book she wrote, Running God’s Way, is also mentioned in the article.

Whatever the outcome of next Tuesday’s election, Vicky Hartzler rightly has a bright future ahead of her in Missouri politics.


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One response to “WSJ profiles Hartzler’s bid in MO-4

  1. John

    Right. Vicky is a good campaigner, very likable, bright, and enthusiastic.

    She’s getting some help in this election though. It’s impossible to beat someone like Ike without some help. Her help is coming from Ike himself. Ike has no one to blame but himself for voting to make Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the House and then repeatedly voting with her.

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