I have known Jeff Shawan for nearly 10 years.  I first saw his gentle spirit toward the less fortunate in our district during the 2011 flood which devastated our region.  Jeff’s acts of service and kindness shone and he was tireless when it came to helping those in need and distress.  Whether it is volunteering to drive food trays to flood victims for the Rescue Mission or his volunteer work with the Red Cross, Jeff gives every part of his soul to the task at hand. During the 2017 flood, he provided shelter for the region as Shelter Director at the Black River Coliseum. As Butler County EMA Director he took a department that was disorganized and in many ways ineffective and made it a cohesive unit.  This team now has what we in the military call “Esprit de Corps” that comes together in times of emergency and can get the job done for our county. Jeff has been an active member of the faith community and his love for God and Christ shows in his care and concern for others. He has gone out of his way to perform acts of kindness to the neediest.

I have no problem publicly stating that my vote will be for Jeff Shawan this year. His servant’s heart will serve the 153rd district admirably.

Gregory Kirk
The one thing that I have learned over the seven plus years that I've had the opportunity to serve in the Missouri House is that as easy as it is today to get cynical about politics and the outcome, there is one thing that is still true today as it ever was in this state and this country and that is that good people in public office, still make a difference. They make a difference to the outcome of public policy and they make a difference in the outcome of the people's lives that they represent. So I am proud to introduce to you tonight, someone who I know is going to carry on a rich tradition of public service from Southeast Missouri, my very dear friend, and for a lot of you, your next State Representative, my friend, Jeff Shawan.
Todd Richardson
Regardless of any community challenge or need, Jeff Shawan is ready to roll up his sleeves and go to work to resolve the issue. He has never declined an opportunity for action. As the State Representative for Missouri’s District 153, I know that he will use his position to assist even more people in southeast and south-central Missouri. He has my “Highest Possible” endorsement.
Larry Kimbrow

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