Cindy (Cindy) O'Laughlin (R-18)

State Senator Cindy O'Laughlin

Cindy (Cindy) O'Laughlin (R-18)
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Capitol: 573.751.7985
FAX: 573.751.2230
District: 573.767.5374
Room 332 State Capitol 201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City, MO 65101
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Residence:Shelbina, MO

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Cindy O'Laughlin is the state senator representing Northeast Missouri in Senate District 18. She is a business owner focused on solving Missouri's workforce shortage by emphasizing the value of skilled trades and conservative policies which strengthen families, the bedrock of our communities. Cindy grew up on a farm and knows the value of hard work. Cindy co-owns Leo O'Laughlin, Inc. with her husband, Russell, with operations in Shelbina, Macon, Marceline and now LaBelle. Cindy's work experience began with jobs such as detassling corn at the age of thirteen and she has worked in factories, livestock barns and as a school bus driver. She knows Missouri's workforce is its most valuable asset. She also believes that we need entitlement reform in Missouri to encourage people to return to the workforce. As a former school board member, Cindy knows that education is the most important key to building a skilled workforce. Cindy believes we worry too much about preparing students for college when we should invest more in our technical schools to teach people to work with their hands. Cindy will also fight to ensure that all Missouri students should receive a world-class education, regardless of where they live. A born-again Christian, Cindy believes Missouri values matter for Missouri families and that actions are more important than words. Strong values lead to strong families which in turn builds success. She will fight Obama-era priorities of more government in our daily lives. She is endorsed by Missouri Right to Life and is endorsed by the NRA. She ran as a political outsider and was elected by the people of the district in 2018.

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First Elected: 2018    Next Election: 2026
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