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Character Name: John Grant 

Nation: United States of MERICA

Party: Republican Party

Home State: Missouri 

Home County: Clay County 

Home Media Market: Kansas City, MO

Previous Job: Speaker of the Missouri House of Representatives (Republican Representative from HD 16) 
Date of Birth: April 30, 1695
Race / Ethnicity: White
Religion: Non-denominational Christian 
Wealth: Upper Middle Class
Gender: Male
Sexuality: Heterosexual
Are you married?: Yes
How many children do you have?: 1

Which class of Senate seat is the one you're choosing? (Use this to help): Class I

John Grant is a Missouri state-level politician, currently serving as the Speaker of the House for the Missouri House of Representatives as a Republican representative from House District 16. He was first elected in the Republican wave in 2010, when the GOP flipped many state legislative chambers. This affected Missouri as well, with Republicans sweeping many House seats to solidify their majority into a huge supermajority. He quickly made a name for himself among his colleagues as an intelligent, capable man who was determined to fulfill the conservative agenda. Due to his hard work and passionate, reasoned floor speeches, he gained the attention of GOP leadership and went on to serve on multiple committees, including the powerful Budget Committee. In 2014, after the Speaker resigned, Grant was narrowly elected as the new Speaker of the House, a position he holds to this day. 

In 2016, Missouri GOP higher-ups talked to Grant about running for the Governor's Mansion, due to his harsh criticism of then-Governor Jay Nixon and his influential position on state politics. However, he decided against running, and he was re-elected in his district, remaining in the General Assembly. Due to constitutionally-imposed term limits, Grant is ineligible for re-election in his House district in 2018. He initially considered running for State Senate, but he decided to go statewide and run for US Senate against Democratic incumbent Wolfe Allenson, who he says "doesn't represent the values of Missourians outside the St. Louis liberal elites." 

Electoral History: 

2010 Missouri HD 16 Election (Clay County): 

Grant, John (R) - 57.4% 

Sweere, Jim (D) - 42.6% 

Ran unopposed for the remainder of House career 

 

 

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Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Former Chief Administrator - Rounds 4 & 5, Evil Arch-Conservative, Frequent Republican Player

 

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On 8/31/2019 at 7:43 PM, SWMissourian said:

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Character Name: John Grant 

Nation: United States of MERICA

Party: Republican Party

Home State: Missouri 

Home County: Clay County 

Home Media Market: Kansas City, MO

Previous Job: Speaker of the Missouri House of Representatives (Republican Representative from HD 16) 
Date of Birth: April 30, 1695
Race / Ethnicity: White
Religion: Non-denominational Christian 
Wealth: Upper Middle Class
Gender: Male
Sexuality: Heterosexual
Are you married?: Yes
How many children do you have?: 1

Which class of Senate seat is the one you're choosing? (Use this to help): Class I

John Grant is a Missouri state-level politician, currently serving as the Speaker of the House for the Missouri House of Representatives as a Republican representative from House District 16. He was first elected in the Republican wave in 2010, when the GOP flipped many state legislative chambers. This affected Missouri as well, with Republicans sweeping many House seats to solidify their majority into a huge supermajority. He quickly made a name for himself among his colleagues as an intelligent, capable man who was determined to fulfill the conservative agenda. Due to his hard work and passionate, reasoned floor speeches, he gained the attention of GOP leadership and went on to serve on multiple committees, including the powerful Budget Committee. In 2014, after the Speaker resigned, Grant was narrowly elected as the new Speaker of the House, a position he holds to this day. 

In 2016, Missouri GOP higher-ups talked to Grant about running for the Governor's Mansion, due to his harsh criticism of then-Governor Jay Nixon and his influential position on state politics. However, he decided against running, and he was re-elected in his district, remaining in the General Assembly. Due to constitutionally-imposed term limits, Grant is ineligible for re-election in his House district in 2018. He initially considered running for State Senate, but he decided to go statewide and run for US Senate against Democratic incumbent Wolfe Allenson, who he says "doesn't represent the values of Missourians outside the St. Louis liberal elites." 

Electoral History: 

2010 Missouri HD 16 Election (Clay County): 

Grant, John (R) - 57.4% 

Sweere, Jim (D) - 42.6% 

Ran unopposed for the remainder of House career 

 

 

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