Governor Jeremiah 'Jay' W. Nixon's Public Statements

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Full Name: Jeremiah 'Jay' W. Nixon
Current Office: Governor, Democratic
First Elected: 11/04/2008
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2016
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Georganne; 2 Children: Jeremiah, Willson
Birth Date: 02/13/1956
Birth Place: De Soto, MO
Home City: Jefferson City, MO
Religion: Methodist
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Issue Position: Education Issue Position: Health Care Issue Position: Efficient Government Issue Position: Education - Making College More Affordable for Middle-Class Families Issue Position: Jobs and Economy Issue Position: Environment Issue Position: Education - The Missouri Promise 8/21/14 Gov. Nixon Orders the Missouri National Guard to Begin Systematically Withdrawing from the City of Ferguson 8/19/14 A Message From Gov. Jay Nixon About the Situation in Ferguson 8/18/14 Following Coordinated Attacks on Civilians and Law Enforcement, Governor Nixon Signs Executive Order Directing Missouri National Guard Resources to Ferguson 8/18/14 Statement From Gov. Nixon Regarding the Ongoing Situation in Ferguson and Role of National Guard 8/17/14 CBS "Face the Nation" - Transcript: Ferguson, Missouri Situation 8/17/14 MSNBC "Meet the Press" - Transcript: Ferguson, Missouri Situation 8/16/14 Gov. Nixon declares state of emergency, puts curfew in place to protect public safety and security in Ferguson 8/15/14 Statement From Gov. Nixon on Announcement Today by Ferguson Police Department 8/15/14 CNN "The Lead with Jake Tapper" - Transcript: Ferguson, Missouri Situation 8/14/14 Statement From Gov. Nixon on Events in Ferguson 8/14/14 Gov. Nixon Announces Missouri State Highway Patrol Will Take the Lead on Security Responsibilities in Ferguson 8/12/14 Remarks by Gov. Nixon to Community Meeting of Civic and Faith Leaders in North St. Louis County 8/12/14 Gov. Nixon Announces Funding for Early Childhood Education Project in El Dorado Springs 8/12/14 Gov. Nixon Announces Funding for Early Childhood Education Project in Christian County 8/11/14 Gov. Nixon Asks US Department of Justice for an Independent Investigation of Fatal Shooting in Ferguson 8/11/14 The Washington Post - Missouri Pols Call for Transparent Investigation of Michael Brown Shooting 8/10/14 Working Together to Make Progress on Mental Health 8/05/14 Gov. Nixon Denies Clemency Petition of Michael Worthington 8/04/14 Gov. Nixon Visits Greene County Public Safety Center for Roundtable Discussion About the Impact of Special Tax Breaks on Public Safety and Other Local Services 8/01/14 Missouri Schools Would Lose $93 Million in Funding if Special Tax Breaks Passed by the Legislature Become Law, Gov. Nixon Says 7/31/14 Gov. Nixon Discusses Mental health Initiative During Roundtable with Law Enforcement in St. Joseph 7/29/14 Text of Remarks by Gov. Nixon to Missouri School Administrators 7/28/14 Research Jobs Continue Growth in Missouri; Gov. Nixon Helps Celebrate Opening of Express Scripts Lab 7/25/14 Gov. Nixon Appoints Longtime Educator, Former Legislator Maynard Wallace to State Board of Education 7/24/14 Gov. Nixon Helps International Aviation Support Company Open Facility at KCI; Project Creating 500 New Jobs 7/24/14 Missouri Soil and Water Districts Will Lose Up to $5 million in Funding for Programs to Help Farmers if Special Breaks Passed by the Legislature Become Law, Gov. Nixon Says 7/23/14 Gov. Nixon Orders Comprehensive Review to Ensure Missouri Lottery Keeps Its Promise to Public Schools 7/21/14 Gov. Nixon to Visit Commercial-Scale Cellulosic Ethanol Plant with Agriculture and Economic Development Officials 7/17/14 IT Consulting Firm Expands Kansas City Headquarters, Creating 96 New Jobs, Gov. Nixon Announces 7/16/14 Missouri Moves up to #8 in "Top 10 Pro-Business States" Rankings Compiled by Leading Brokerage Firm 7/16/14 Gov. Nixon Praises Confirmation of Judge Ronnie White to Federal Bench 7/16/14 Missouri Moves Up to #8 in "Top 10 Pro-Business States" Rankings Compiled by Leading Brokerage Firm 7/16/14 Gov. Nixon Denies Clemency Petition of John Middleton 7/15/14 Missouri Taxpayers will Save $11.2 Million through Bond Refinancing; Gov. Nixon Credits State's Continued Fiscal Discipline 7/15/14 Missouri Taxpayers Will Save $11.2 Million Through Bond Refinancing; Gov. Nixon Credits State's Continued Fiscal Discipline 7/14/14 Gov. Nixon Visits Farmington to Discuss with Area Officials the Impact of Special Tax Breaks on Law Enforcement, Emergency Management Operations, Other Vital Services 7/14/14 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Legislation That Would Have Jeopardized Public Health by Exempting E-cigarettes from Tobacco Laws 7/14/14 Gov. Nixon Announces Final Bill Actions 7/14/14 Gov. Nixon Announces Final Bill Actions 7/10/14 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Bills on Payday Loans, Short-Term Installment Lenders 7/10/14 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill to Reauthorize Missouri Rx program 7/09/14 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation to Protect Missouri's Children 7/09/14 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation to Protect Missouri's Children