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  • commented 2017-08-30 18:03:38 -0500
    I own a web design and development agency in St Charles (currently we office at the Economic Development Center on Mid Rivers). I live in St Charles County with my family and Phil is my representative. I just came to the website to catch up on his issues and I realized, I really like and agree with him. I’d love to help him build a stronger website. Let me know if we can help!
  • commented 2017-05-11 04:15:53 -0500
    Amanda Beteille
  • commented 2017-04-23 21:12:45 -0500
    Mr Christofanelli: I am a resident of St Peters. I have installed solar panels on my home which cost me $40,000. regarding HB 340 and the false reason of making it fair for all home owners to pay the same, you need to know that with this $40,000 I have already paid 33 years worth of my fair share. More importantly, saving our environment for my grandchildren and for that matter, your grandchildren was the main reason I made this investment. Please consider this and vote against HB340.
  • commented 2017-04-14 13:34:12 -0500
    Hello, Phil, my name is Greg Stricker and I intend to become more involved in local politics. I look forward to sharing my experiences and opinions with you.
  • commented 2017-02-27 12:45:48 -0600
    Developmental Disability (DD) Community Providers are committed to enhancing the lives of over 15,000 Missourians with developmental disabilities. DD Community Providers are changing the way the world views and defines disability by making positive, profound differences in people’s lives every day through community living services. The services may include providing a home for adults with significant behavioral and medical developmental disabilities when their families can no longer care for them, providing day habilitation services for working parents that need assistance for their loved one while they go to work, or providing employment services to assist people to be less dependent on government support. These services are funded by the Department of Mental Health, Division of Developmental Disabilities in House Bill 10. The proposed 3% cut to the provider network that provides these vital services threatens the safety net for Missourians with DD throughout the state to live as independently as possible in their own communities.

    The services that are provided by MARF Members are extremely critical to Missourians with developmental disabilities and their families. Organizations are already struggling to cover their daily cost of doing business where our government funded rates do not cover the cost of providing our services. We need your support to eliminate the Governor’s proposed 3% cut in services for individuals with developmental disabilities included in House Bill 10.

    • Community Provider rates for individuals with developmental disabilities have been historically underfunded. A portion of the funds necessary to rebase rates has been appropriated in previous fiscal years to help address this issue. However, funding has been withheld frequently extending the historical funding challenge.

    • Investing in community-based services that help individuals with developmental disabilities live as independently as possible is a cost effective use of state funds.

    • A 3% rate reduction will further impede the ability of providers to address wages and benefits for direct support professionals who are already significantly underpaid. Higher turnover rates will cause drastic increases in overtime pay. Most importantly, these issues could decrease the quality of services an individual will receive.

    • Implementing the 3% cut will result in people with developmental disabilities losing their services and a portion of our workforce losing their employment.

    Please support maintaining the Department of Mental Health – Division of Developmental Disabilities Provider Rates and do no harm to the backbone of community services.
  • commented 2017-02-18 11:38:44 -0600
    Phil, I appreciate your stand on HB57. I agree! A crime is a crime regardless of who is the victim.
  • commented 2017-01-03 19:56:10 -0600
    Please call me ASAP.
  • commented 2016-12-29 12:45:45 -0600
    are you the state rep. for 1449 gettysburg landing 63303???
  • commented 2016-11-10 11:26:43 -0600
    Congratulations on your victory!
  • commented 2016-11-07 05:24:38 -0600
    Julian Cooper
  • commented 2016-11-01 17:16:54 -0500
    Please let me know your views with regards to education K-12.
  • commented 2016-10-12 19:37:20 -0500
    Phil, you can count on my vote in 4 weeks, there is only one Republican I will never vote for….DONALD TRUMP!!!!! I know you will do a great job in Jeff city and i will be happy to help you in a more significant way in two years!
  • commented 2016-10-03 02:01:48 -0500
    Rosabel Edney
  • commented 2016-09-16 15:48:46 -0500
    Accepting a $50,000 donation from David Humphreys on 8/27 creates a perception of unfair influence. Humphreys, a millionaire, is a Joplin, MO resident on a mission to drive the unions out of Missouri. Can we residents of District 105 trust that you will represent our interests and be open to our needs despite the fact that an out-of-district millionaire is paying you handsomely to protect his interests? Please tell David Humphreys to stay out of District 105.
  • commented 2016-08-22 07:51:04 -0500
    I received your pamphlet on the ground in front of my front door. Three words; please stop littering.
  • commented 2016-08-16 15:07:03 -0500
    Hi Chris, you mention tax cuts and Missouri workers who struggle to afford healthcare, housing, et cetera. However, at the low income level, tax cuts are not very helpful, because many of their salaries are too low to incur much tax. Do you propose increasing EITC? And what about unemployed families who struggle to find work or can only find work at very low salaries? A higher EITC would help them—however, not until they find employment. You cannot assume that all unemployed Missourians are “dead beats”. As for reducing taxes to encourage Job creation—that is not succeeding in Kansas. Lowering taxes on the upper class does not translate into improving wages and finding work for the lower classes.
  • commented 2016-06-10 20:17:01 -0500
    I had a very nice talk with you this morning… looking forward to meeting you again and discussing how i can help you in your future election victory!
  • commented 2016-06-06 17:24:24 -0500
    Hi, you left your pamphlets on my door. My question: do you support closing the medicaid coverage gap (earners between $3,600 and $20,100 are ineligible for medicaid and are ineligible for Affordable Care Act premium subsidies)—thus, Missouri workers who fall into this category have so far been shafted by the Missouri Congress, which refuses to accept Medicaid expansion, a position dominated by the Missouri Republican party. Will you break from this party line in support of Missouri workers?
  • commented 2016-05-24 11:45:30 -0500
    If you represent my area (633030, you are welcome to put up a yard sign.

    And a few flyers to pass out.
  • commented 2016-05-04 13:17:48 -0500

    Yesterday you came by my house in the Millwood Subdivision. I was at home but had my grandson and thought you were a salesman…..I hate being rude so I let you leave your flyer. Today I found your flyer in my front lawn, I noticed you went through the trouble of writing a short message, which drew my attention to check into who you are. I did! I can get along with all that you propose. I am a Nurse by trade and recently a Nurse Educator. Still finding my path in the job market. I do have some extra time on my hands, kids are all grown and gone. If I can assist with helping you to do some outreach or whatever you feel the need is, please let me know, I would like to help.