Newly appointed Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey is planning to run for a full term in 2024.
Gov. Mike Parson appointed him to the role after Eric Schmitt's U.S. Senate win.
“I’m a combat veteran who has never backed down from a fight and a prosecutor who has defended Missouri communities by putting violent criminals behind bars,” Bailey said in his official announcement on Monday.
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