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Penny Hubbard

Democratic — Representative — District 78
Available Terms:
  • 2011-2012
  • 2013-2014
  • 2015-2016

Penny Hubbard represents House District 78 in the Missouri House, is a member of five committees, and is the primary sponsor of 109 bills.

2010 38125.0
2012 70946.86

For detailed campaign finance information visit Influence Explorer. Figures via the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

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News and Blog Coverage

Franks wins in ‘do-over’ election in Missouri House district

ST. LOUIS — Challenger Bruce Franks defeated incumbent state Rep. Penny Hubbard in Friday in what was called a “do-over” election for the Democratic nomination for Hubbard’s Missouri House seat. Unofficial results from the secretary of state’s office show Franks got 2,234 votes, while Hubbard received 701, with all precincts ...

Newspaper investigation reveals absentee voting problems

ST. LOUIS — St. Louis voters who claim to be the victims of absentee voting irregularities are raising questions about the conduct of campaign workers for a state representative who narrowly won her primary. The allegations stem from Democratic state Rep. Penny Hubbard’s narrow 90-vote win against political newcomer Bruce ...

Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

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  • HB 2469

    Increases the salary for the position of License Collector for the City of St. Louis from $63,120 to $125,000 and requires the same pay for males and females holding certain positions

  • HB 2468

    Establishes a prisoner re-entry program with the Department of Corrections for offenders who have served their full sentence and are relocating to St. Louis upon release

  • HB 2439

    Establishes a pilot program to increase the visitation rights of children with incarcerated parents

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  • HB 2440

    Designates provisions requiring peace officers' employment records to be available to hiring law enforcement agencies as the "Tyrone L. Thompson Law"

  • HB 1037

    Increases the salary for the position of License Collector for the City of St. Louis from $63,120 to $125,000 and requires the same pay for males and females holding certain positions

  • HB 309

    Designates provisions requiring peace officers' employment records to be available to hiring law enforcement agencies as the "Tyrone L. Thompson Law"

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