Contact Senator Roy Blunt: Phone Number, Email, Address

Contact Roy Blunt- (R - MO)
Washington, D.C. Office
260 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 1-202-224-5721
Fax: 1-202-224-8149
Email: Email Senator Blunt

Kansas City Office
911 Main Street, Suite 2224
Kansas City, MO 64105
Phone: 1-816-471-7141
Fax: 1-816-471-7338

Springfield Office
2740 B East Sunshine
Springfield, MO 65804
Phone: 1-417-877-7814
Fax: 1-417-823-9662

Cape Girardeau Office
2502 Tanner Drive Suite 208
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63703
Phone: 1-573-334-7044
Fax: 1-573-334-7352

St. Louis/Clayton Office
7700 Bonhomme, #315
Clayton, MO 63105
Phone: 1-314-725-4484
Fax: 1-314-727-3548

Jefferson City Office
308 East High Suite #202
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Phone: 1-573-634-2488
Fax: 1-573-634-6005

Columbia Office
1001 Cherry Street, Suite 104
Columbia, MO 65201
Phone: 1-573-442-8151
Fax: 1-573-442-8162



5 comments:

  1. You are a moron if you think this tax bill is good for Missourians. You are forcing thus Trump Tax bill down our throats just to get something passed to appease this delusional President and save your job. You are a sleazy politician if you go along with this Trump dog and pony show.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Roy Blunt stand with the working people of Missouri and Vote NO! on the Republican Tax Plan. These tax cuts will hurt your constituency, because the majority of working people of Missouri do have the wealth to benefit from these cuts. Senator Blunt you know exactly what economic demographic the majority of the peope of Missouri fall into, and these cuts will hurt and hinder the people from enjoying basic living expenses. Vote NO! remember who you represent.

    ReplyDelete
  3. It would appear the Senator cares only about the Republican party. Constituents be damned.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Letter about school safety:

    Possible suggestions for school safety:
    Metal detectors mandatory for all schools. Potential children with mental health issues be put on a danger list. No entry to school after First Bell. Security cameras throughout schools. Retired military personnel vetted by police department hired as in-school security. There must be at least one officer per 1500 children. Officers have guard dogs that are able to detect bombs, illegal drugs, weapons, etc. Train all teachers how to use tasers and allow teachers to have a conceal and carry or specific plan of safety. Conceal and carry must be in a locked area but easily accessible. These teachers that have guns must have training and psychiatric evaluations done yearly. Metal detection not only on entry but other sections of the schools also. Metal drop walls to be activated if shooter presents to certain sections of the school, but this activation must be in areas where the shooter/incident is not in.

    Teachers workgroups and other extracurricular events happen in the evening or after school hours, so there needs to be a security plan in place for them. Extracurricular events gather a large crowd of people and since it takes place on school property, there of course needs to be a plan. New people entering the school is definitely an opportunity to bring guns or bombs into the building, so whoever enters the school to attend such event, the security system must be in place, too. Everyone entering the school buildings must go through the metal detectors and a search of belongings if deemed necessary. Windows have automatic safety features for breaking in and out. There must be a route arranged for safety from each section. Metal detectors don’t get everything, so prepare for everything such as dirty bombs, poison gas, hand-made weapons out of nonmetal material. To stop a school shooter/bomber/terrorist, you must think like one!

    There should always be a school nurse or nurses that have prior emergency room experience. ER nurses work well under extreme stress. They must be trained in BLS, ACLS, TNCC, ENPC, and maintain certifications. They must also attend that state’s EMS Conference. Subscription to the ENA will keep you up to date on that state’s guidelines of care for traumatic events. There should be defibrillators through the school and most high schoolers take BLS. Small encased defibrillators should be strategically placed throughout the building. These defibrillators have easy instructions. All health class students must have BLS training and they can incorporate the correct usage of defibrillators. All police officers are trained in BLS, also. There should be a duffle bag that is specifically used for trauma containing multiple dressings, gauze, scissors, cell phone or radio to contact dispatch for EMS transport. There are so many things that could be added to this, but this provides you with a rather small plan, but yet it may be effective. These children are OUR future! The more trauma children see, the more they are permanently affected. These changes need to be implemented as fast as possible! The number of shootings this year needs to be ENOUGH.

    I hope this plan helps you create a safe environment for our children. My son passed away at the age of 20. Even though his death was not volatile, my grief was and continues to be very difficult. It’s not natural to lose a child. And, these schools will be scarred for many years. Many lives changed due to one event of terrorism. Please help stop these events from happening.

    ReplyDelete
  5. I cannot believe that you and other senators are not publicly denouncing Trumps military parade. We have children starving; infrastructure failing; education systems deteriorating; and other important issues needing attention and financing in this country and he wants a parade costing 10 to 30 million dollars.
    Please stop this sexual pervert from doing these stupid things!

    ReplyDelete