One of the people who wrote on a business card atop a Thomas Hart Benton painting in the Missouri Statehouse was the vice chairwoman of the Missouri Republican Party. Valinda Freed apologized Sunday for what she described as a “thoughtless act.”
One of the people who wrote on a business card atop a Thomas Hart Benton painting in the Missouri Statehouse was the vice chairwoman of the Missouri Republican Party. Valinda Freed apologized Sunday for what she described as a “thoughtless act.” Gasconade County Republican photo Via Facebook
One of the people who wrote on a business card atop a Thomas Hart Benton painting in the Missouri Statehouse was the vice chairwoman of the Missouri Republican Party. Valinda Freed apologized Sunday for what she described as a “thoughtless act.” Gasconade County Republican photo Via Facebook
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September 20, 2015 1:04 PM

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