Why Do I Need To Know Keith Elliott?

Missouri state capitol building.

Missouri state capitol building.

Cattle farmer, small business owner, and dedicated community leader, Keith Elliott, has officially declared his candidacy for the Missouri House of Representatives in the 153rd District, which includes Oregon County. He would replace the incumbent, Mr. Atchison. As a Conservative Republican, Keith brings a wealth of experience and a commitment to addressing the pressing issues facing the people of Missouri.


Elliott’s policy platform reflects a keen understanding of his district. He believes that the taxation system should be fair and equitable for all Missourians, especially for seniors and the middle class. As your representative, he will work to ensure that your tax dollars are spent appropriately and not wasted.


As an avid sportsman and hunter, Keith Elliott is a staunch defender of Second Amendment rights. He is committed to ensuring that law-abiding citizens have their constitutional rights protected. Elliott is unwaveringly pro-life, pledging to protect and defend innocent life at every stage. His vision for education in Missouri includes a commitment to providing world-class education for all students, with a particular emphasis on investing in career and technical education training to prepare the next generation of the Missouri workforce.


Elliott is an active member of his Church in Doniphan, Missouri, and has participated in numerous mission trips aimed at alleviating poverty and rescuing victims of sex trafficking. His passion for serving others is deeply rooted in his involvement in the church and his dedication to making a positive impact on the lives of those in need.


Elliott is dedicated to ensuring that taxpayer benefits do not go to illegal immigrants in the state. He will work tirelessly to ensure that Missouri departments collaborate effectively with law enforcement to locate and deport illegal immigrants, reinforcing his commitment to the rule of law and the safety of Missouri communities.

Elliott lives in Doniphan with his family, where they run the family farm and are active in their local church and community. He will be at Thayer High School cafeteria on Saturday, May 11, to talk to locals and answer their questions.

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