The primary elections for the Presiding Commissioner of each county are coming up on August 5th. Having County Commissioners that oppose GBE could be very important in stopping them. If we vote together, we can ensure the best candidate gets elected. We have sent surveys to all of the candidates and incumbents to find out their stances on the GBE and which of them would work hardest to deny them access through the county. After carefully studying the returned surveys, our committees have decided to endorse the following candidates.
Chariton - Ea. District
Surveys from Candidates we DO NOT Endorse
William K. (Bill) Jones
Block Grain Belt Express - We Really Need Everyone On Board
Read The Action Alert
"This Is Our Land"
Grain Belt Express Clean Line is a Threat to our Independence and Freedom
Kansas landowner Tammy Hammond shares her very touching story as to why she opposes Grain Belt Express Clean Line
Please read Tammy's story here
Missouri Public Service Commission - Public Hearings *** It's Our Turn To Speak ***
The Missouri Public Service Commission has scheduled public hearings to be held in each of the 8 counties across Missouri directly impacted by the Grain Belt Express HVDC Transmission Line.
These meetings are open to any citizen who wishes to have their voice heard directly by the Missouri PSC. So, now it's our turn to speak.
Click to view the 'amended' official Missouri PSC statement and as well as meeting times and locations
We are challenging all of you to try to get 5 new members to joing the Missouri Landowners Alliance this month.
Missouri Landowners Alliance * * * * * Size matters! * * * * *
The Missouri Landowners Alliance needs 500 more members ASAP! Membership is free! Go online NOW to become a member.
- They had over 3,000 signatures on the petition
- They have 600 members
- Our legal team says we need 1,000 plus members in our fight
Sign up! Sign up a friend or two. Pass this message along. Ask your friends to pass it along. You can make a difference. Thank you!
Recent FERC Ruling:
Clean Line Energy Partners is making a big deal out of FERC's conditional authorization of its proposal to negotiate rates for its Grain Belt Express project. We have heard from several concerned landowners about it.
Our message to you is don't worry about it and do not get discouraged.
FERC only gave them approval to shop for customers. FERC does not have authority to grant them Public Utility Status. It is only the Mo. Public Service Commission that has that authority.
You can read more about it here: