We are living in one of the most unusual and challenging times in human history. As we began 2020, no one could have ever seen what we are currently facing. America has been through many difficult things in her history, and together, we will rise, but it appears we will have to endure some challenges for a little while.
And so continues the pandemic.
Over the last several weeks, there have been numerous developments related to the coronavirus, including an uptick in confirmed U.S. cases and unsettling swings in the stock market. As we navigate each day, it’s important to remember that we are still in the early stages of combating a mysterious virus that we didn’t even know existed until earlier this year. Despite the unknowns, we should all rest a little easier knowing that our country’s preparation has been years in the making, and - from day one - our readiness tools have been deployed swiftly and decisively well to protect American lives.
Friday, March 13, 2020 is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the April 7, 2020 Board of Education General Election, McClain County Election Board Secretary Karen Haley said today.
Session is moving right along. Five weeks down, eleven to go! We have around 200 more Senate bills to hear on the floor before Thursday’s deadline. We’ll then return to our committees to begin work on House bills reported out of that chamber.