• Why We Should
    Make It In Missouri

Our nation has become too dependent on foreign companies in other nations for critical supplies, medications, and supply chains of raw materials.

The Challenge

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ur nation has become too dependent on foreign companies in other nations for critical supplies, medications, and supply chains of raw materials. This crisis is not a Republican or Democratic problem that should divide us, but a challenge that should unite us.

While we can and should become more educated consumers, insisting on buying items made in the USA., the underlying problem is one of leadership. Those who simply complain about China’s control of global supply chains will never solve the problem. There has to be a real and tangible alternative.

If one state, took it upon themselves, to provide the manufacturing muscle needed to fill this vacuum, then a national movement to only source American made products would be open.

It is for this reason that I am challenging Missouri to take on that responsibility with an aggressive MAKE IT IN MISSOURI project.

Mike Carter
Attorney-At-Law & Municipal Judge


Mike Carter

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ike Carter Is the Municipal Judge of Both Wentzville & New Melle. Both Courts sit within the 11th Circuit Of Missouri’s Court System In St. Charles County. Michael has lived in St Charles County since 1994, first in the City of St. Charles and now in Cottleville. Judge Carter holds a Master’s of Journalism from Mizzou along with his Juris Doctorate.

Carter worked for the Missouri Attorney General's Office in Consumer Protection, clerked for Missouri's Western District Court of Appeals, and clerked for the United States Senate.

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