Cheryl Bates, Republican Candidate for Harvester Township Committeewoman

Bates is an incumbent.

General Information

Name : Ms. Cheryl Bates
Date of birth : 39
Place of residence : St. Charles County



Attended college : Yes
College : Maryville University
Degree : Information Systems
Year of graduation : 2001

Employment Information

Job titles held : Corporate Travel Consultant, Bookkeeper, Homemaker
Employers : Maritz Travel, Mid Rivers Music

Political Information

Party affiliation: Republican
Running for a: Local office
Running for position: St. Charles County Republican Central Committeewoman 
Chamber/district: Harvester Township 
Incumbent: Yes
First elected: 08 August 2006
Previous elective offices: N/A
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: N/A

Campaign Manager

Name : Chris Bates
Title : Campaign Manager


Other facts

I am a strong conservative, both fiscally and socially.  On a local level, I work to keep our party strong and effective. I have volunteered for countless campaigns for over 11 years, and work hard to keep strong, conservative Republicans in office. I have helped to unify our party among the Central Committee and the various clubs, by co-chairing our Republican Night at the Rascals for four years.  

I am running because I have watched as our freedoms are taken away and if I can contribute even in a small way to preventing the loss of freedoms, then I can make a difference for my kids and my country.  This election cycle is different from those in the past, in that we have people running who don't reflect the Republican values that I hold so near and dear.  I am unopposed, but it is so important to make sure that those running on the Republican ballot are true Republicans.


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