I’m running for Congress because the people of Missouri’s 2nd District deserve a representative who will stand up for them. I’m running because those in charge in Washington are sacrificing our nation’s values, along with the people they’re supposed to serve. I’m running because this is my home.
We can return leadership, courage, and accountability to Washington. Through listening and open dialogue, I’m driven to create bipartisan solutions that protect and improve the lives of all Missourians. I’m committed to Medicare for All, common sense gun safety reforms, keeping unions strong for working families, and ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. We can elect leaders who put people first. I hope you’ll join me.
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Service. Experience. Roots.
A 4th generation St. Louisan, Mark Osmack was born and raised in south St. Louis County. Mark attended public schools and graduated from Lindbergh High School before attending the University of Missouri-Columbia. Mark’s family history of duty and service led him to join the US Army after earning his degree. As an artillery officer and platoon leader, Mark served two combat tours in Afghanistan, where he was a recipient of the Bronze Star. Utilizing the Post-9/11 GI Bill, Mark earned a Masters of Public Administration from George Washington University while working for Senator Claire McCaskill and Senator (then Rep.) Tammy Baldwin on national defense and veteran’s affairs issues in Washington, DC.
— Mark Osmack (@mark_osmack) June 30, 2018
A chance for change on this #ElectionDay in many states! Primary elections are the opportunity to have your voice heard, and select the best candidate to win a general election; your voice matters, these races matter, so #GetOutTheVote and #VoteBlue
— Mark Osmack (@mark_osmack) May 22, 2018
Sen. Tammy Duckworth
U.S. Senate (D-IL)
“Mark is a Democrat who can tackle tough issues with leadership, courage, and accountability. I know– I worked with Mark on defense and veterans’ issues on Capitol Hill, and I’m proud to endorse him in his race for the United States Congress.”
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