Republican candidate for Governor, Catherine Hanaway, came to Trenton and Grundy County on Thursday, as part of her intention to visit all 114 counties in the state of Missouri this spring:
While in Trenton to visit the campus of North Central Missouri College, Mrs. Hanaway came by the KTTN/KGOZ studios for an interview:
Reflecting on incidents involving racial issues in both the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson and the University of Missouri-Columbia, Hanaway vowed to support law enforcement should she succeed Jay Nixon for the state’s highest post:
We asked Hanaway agricultural related questions, including what she feels farmers want from Missouri’s governor:
Working with the Missouri house and Senate is something that Hanaway believes as Governor, she can do:
Catherine Hanaway is one of four candidates for the Republican nomination for Governor, subject to the August primary election. She is a native of St. Louis.