Carnahan Rallies For Votes
ST. LOUIS - U.S. Senate Democratic Candidate Robin Carnahan rallied with supporters at Forest Park on Sunday. Carnahan is running against Republican Roy Blunt for the U.S. Senate seat. The Carnahan campaign stressed to it's supporters the importance of spreading the word about Carnahan's message.
Sunday's rally encouraged the audience to talk to their friends and family about voting for Carnahan. Carnahan said Blunt has had his chance in Washington and now it is time for some new blood.
"People keep disappointing us, no matter who we put in charge out there, whether its Democrats or Republicans and I think that's because the special interests really run the show. So what we need is somebody who is going to be independent from them and is just going to look out for our interests," said Carnahan.
One man from Rolla, Missouri, said he travels around the state with a "Rednecks for Robin Carnahan" sign. Les Spencer said he believes getting people out to vote is the most important hurdle to get over.
"The vote is the most important thing. If people sit back and don't vote, nothing good is going to happen," said Spencer.
Missouri residents will vote on Tuesday, November 2nd.