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Senator Blunt holds kick-off rally in Columbia

Senator Blunt’s campaign is holding its first Super Saturday rally across the state.

The Senator spoke at his volunteer office in Columbia.

He told the crowd of volunteers known as the “Blunt Brigade” he has set priorities for his time in office because “that’s what republicans do”.

He also spoke a lot about mental health and its importance. He said the government could save a lot of money treating mental health early.

The Senator also said Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders cannot provide what Americans deserve if they become President of the United States.

Across the state, grassroots supporters will go door to door and phone bank to support the senator’s re-election campaign. Senator Blunt says these kind of rallies give his campaign a chance to find out the concerns of the voters.

He said his reelection campaign is a time to let the voters know what he’s been doing for the last five years in office. He says he has been consistently supportive of veteran’s and their mental health.

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