Click here for a printable copy of the card we’ve been sharing door to door! It gives the basic theme of John’s campaign. Feel free to print up as many as you like and share them with your family, neighbors, and friends!…Continue reading
At the following link you can find a quick two-minute video intro to John and his campaign—plus a bit more info through Ballotpedia’s “Candidate Connection.” You’ll find personal background, key campaign messages, who I look up to politically, and more! See: https://ballotpedia.org/John_M._Woodman.…Continue reading
Need to hear more? In this 53-minute podcast interview, I sit down with Dan Schaefer and talk about how we fix America.
The “How We Fix America” Course has been updated to reflect current events, including the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade. See the course page at Amazon if you’d like to get a printed copy: https://www.amazon.com/How-We-Fix-America-Course/dp/B09SPDWT9J/…Continue reading
The Joplin Globe asked all Congressional candidates the following questions. John’s answers are below!
Question: Name three concrete steps you will take if elected to reduce mass shootings. Name the steps you oppose and why.
I don’t just have three steps to reduce mass shootings — I have a complete plan.
This plan will work, it’s based on things that the vast majority of us (both Democrats and Republicans) can agree on, and it’s designed not to overly burden law-abiding …Continue reading
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Today I am announcing my candidacy for United States Representative, to represent the People of Southwest Missouri (7th District).
I’m running for Congress to help bring back the American Dream in power, for all of us.
If you and your family are bringing in anything less than $130,000 a year, then the ongoing warping of our economy over the past 40 years is probably costing you at least $24,000 a year — every single year.
Over just 10 years, that’s …Continue reading