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    Becky Sharma Receives Endorsement of John Brunner

     
    Becky Sharma Receives Endorsement of John Brunner


    Florissant, MO. (July 22, 2014)– Rekha “Becky” Sharma of Florissant, candidate for State Representative in the 68th District, has received the endorsement of former Vi-Jon CEO and U.S. Senate candidate John Brunner.


    “I am pleased to endorse Becky Sharma for Republican Representative of Missouri's 68th District,” Brunner said in a statement. “I believe Becky is an independent thinker who will vote as The People's voice, a person with courage and strong conservative, pro-life values. I think she is the right person with the right solutions for the citizens in her district. I encourage the voters to lend Becky their support during this important election season!”

    Missouri’s 68th State Representative District is located in St. Louis County; most of it is within the Florissant city limits, with a few of the unincorporated areas of the county included.

    The primary election will be held August 5, 2014.

    Information about the campaign may be accessed by: Website:www.BeckySharma.com | Twitter:@Becky4StateRep | Facebook Page: Becky Sharma for State Representative - Missouri 68th District



    About Rekha "Becky" Sharma:

    Christian, Entrepreneur, Pro-Life. Conservative. I am proud to be the Republican candidate for 68th District State Representative.

    Biography

    Becky Sharma is the Founder, President, and CEO of Rekha Enterprises, a small business, in Florissant, Missouri. Becky is an entrepreneur and political scientist. She is the Founder, President, and CEO of Rekha Enterprises - Exotic & Rare Global Artifacts, and its e-commerce site, www.ShopRekha.com, based in Florissant, Missouri. She also worked as a Financial Advisor at John Hancock Financial Network. She attended St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, with concentration in business and mathematics, from Washington University in St. Louis. She has been a resident of North St. Louis County for ten years, and lives with her husband, Tamir Siam, and their cat, Louie Sharma, in Florissant, Missouri.

    Becky understands that this campaign is all about the people of the 68th District: helping them and being their voice in Jefferson City. Helping people through public service is her passion and she loves doing it. She believes in America, and in democracy: government "of the people, by the people, for the people."

    My district is middle-class where people are struggling to pay the mortgage, sometimes taking two jobs, and right now unemployment is very high, with others even struggling to find one job. So I will work for job creation and economic vibrancy in North St. Louis County, which is typically ignored by the politicians! This also involves working to improve the public image of North County, so individuals will want to move here and businesses will set up and hire people here. I will work for small government and low taxes, to give entrepreneurs incentives to create jobs and lift people out of poverty. And I will work to freeze property taxes for seniors on fixed incomes.

    Staff: Treasurer Tamir Siam.

    One of the fundraising Chairs (Couple) is Chhabra Couple; Beautiful Indu Chhabra and Sudershan Shawn Chhabra, and they can be seen in Becky Sharma's profile picture on her Facebook.

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