Kyle is familiar with the issues facing both rural and urban Missourians. He grew up in a small, rural community and has since experienced urban life in two of Missouri’s larger cities. He sees the differences and the similarities between both and understands that what makes Missouri great is exactly what makes South County great – the people, their sense of community, and their desire to make tomorrow better than today. He’s excited to take that attitude to Jefferson City and represent ALL the residents of the 94th district.
A woman’s private medical decisions should be made by her and whomever else she chooses to consult.
Roe acknowledged a right to privacy, including women's healthcare, and determined a woman's rights do not end when she becomes pregnant. It struck a balance that relied on science and recognized the complexities involved in every pregnancy.
The government goes too far when it restricts a woman or girl’s freedom to consider her individual circumstances when determining her healthcare needs.
Adequately fund public schools from pre-school to post-high school.
Rely on parent, teacher, and school board partnerships to make decisions in the best interests of their students.
Support for a variety of higher education paths including community college and technical school to equip Missourians for the many career opportunities available in today’s world.
Fully fund Medicaid expansion as approved by voters.
Increase support for mental health care and work to eliminate the stigma attached to discussing mental illness and seeking mental health treatment.
More support for preventive care and healthier living to reduce health care costs.
Reform property taxes so seniors aren’t driven from the homes they've known for years.
Properly fund at-home care to allow senior citizens to age in place as long as they desire.
Hold companies accountable that prey on and take advantage of vulnerable seniors through questionable schemes.
Pass and implement ranked choice voting to create more civil campaigns, more competitive elections, to save the district money, and to ensure that every vote truly counts while minimizing the “lesser of two evils” way in which many see their vote.
Make it easier for all eligible residents to vote by implementing automatic voter registration when residents become eligible to vote.
Protect and strengthen the initiative petition process which allows citizens to put an issue on the ballot for statewide vote. This pillar of democracy gives voters the best opportunity to be heard.