Mo House District 56

VOTE Pam Jenkins Hatcher 4 MO 56

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Meet Pam

Pam Jenkins Hatcher, of Raymore, announced she is a candidate for the Democratic Party's nomination for Missouri State Representative in District 56 in Cass County. The district includes Belton, Raymore and rural north Cass County.

"The people of District 56 deserve an experienced leader who will serve in Jefferson City independently and with integrity," said Hatcher.

Hatcher has a strong history of success in category leading businesses in telecommunications, technology and real estate as well as nonprofit organizations. She worked for Sprint for three decades and started her own real estate brokerage, Integrity Group Real Estate. She and her husband, Tom, and their daughter and grandson live in District 56. Her parents still reside in District 56. Her son and his family live nearby.

"When I am elected, I will be a voice for all Cass Countians to block the proposed landfill through legislation that would give Cass Countians a voice in this proposal," Hatcher said. "I will work across party lines and with the State Senate to get this legislation to the governor and signed into law."

Hatcher, a native of District 56, has been active in supporting public education, is a graduate of Belton High School and a community business owner within District 56.
Hatcher has actively participated in support of Heart 'N Hand, Eagle Community Outreach, Boys Hope/Girls Hope, Blessed Homes, Niles Home for Children and Summit Theater Group. She has been active in philanthropy for causes ranging from the RayPec Education Foundation, Belton Education Foundation and Developing Potential Inc. She is a member of the Raymore and Belton Chambers of Commerce.

"My lifelong and strong ties to this district and its constituents will make the difference in this race, and I am looking forward to engaging voters in support of my candidacy,"

Prioritizing The Issues You Care About

Independent Voice
Serving with Integrity
Working for the People
Supports Public Education
Economic Growth and Development
Supports Better Health Care for All