Tracy McCreery has always put people first, both as an elected official and a community advocate. As you State Senator, Tracy has worked with her constituents to hear their needs and deliver real results. She doesn’t answer to lobbyists or special interests—she answers to the people she represents. Tracy has always done that, and always will.

Tracy McCreery works for you.

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The 24th State Senate District includes Creve Coeur, Des Peres, Fenton, Frontenac, Glendale, Huntleigh, Kirkwood, Ladue, Maryland Heights, Saint Louis County (Unincorporated), Sunset Hills, Valley Park, and Westwood.

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Quality Education for our Kids

Tracy McCreery believes every child deserves a world class public education. As a state legislator, Tracy fought to fully-fund our public schools, reduce class sizes, and increase pay for teachers.

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Fought Back Against Stan Kroenke

Tracy McCreery knows how to be fiscally responsible without balancing the budget on the backs of working families. This is one of the reasons she led a bipartisan effort to end tax subsidies for the Rams football team and its billionaire owner Stan Kroenke.

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Endorsed by our First Responders

Tracy has been endorsed by the St. Louis County Police Officers Association and the Missouri State Council of Firefighters. Tracy will work alongside police and firefighters, so they have the resources they need to keep our communities safe.

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Fighting for Access to Healthcare

Tracy McCreery believes all Missourians deserve access to quality healthcare, and she is a leading advocate for Medicaid expansion in Missouri. Tracy stood up to politicians trying to cut funding for health care—money that would expand local care, keep hospitals open, and create good-paying health care jobs.

“Tracy McCreery was one of the hardest working, most thoughtful, public policy advocates on my staff.  She always would look at all sides of an issue while still focusing on what was best for working families…”