Missouri Republican Congressional Candidate Anthony Rogers Wins Primary After Spending a Total of 28 Bucks

The Missouri primary elections were held this week.

Commie Cori Bush, a Justice Democrat and Black Lives Matter organizer, defeated Rep. Lacy Clay in Missouri District 1 representing St. Louis City.

In the Republican primary in District 1 Anthony Rogers was the winner.

Rogers defeated Winnie Heartstrong in the primary.

Rogers later tweeted that he spent $28 on his campaign.
That’s some good results!

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