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Wendy Hausman has a well respected reputation of leadership, commitment and devotion to her community.

As a community leader in high school, she received the Leader Among Leaders Community award and went on to serve as a student Senator on the campus of Eastern Illinois University where she studied Political Science and Women's Studies. 

As a member of the Missouri House of Representatives, Hausman serves as vice-chair for Children and Families committee. She also servers on Budget, Economic Development and Subcommittee on Appropriations- Public Safety, Corrections, Transportation and Revenue. Last session Hausman was able to pass her first bill through the house unanimously, the Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act. Unfortunately it was not passed through the Senate. However she was able to assist SB 813 that will make Childcare facility tax exempt if passed by the voters in November 2024. This will bill will allow voters to decide if they want to make child care facilities tax exempt similar to schools. With the high cost of child care, this exemption may help owners of child care facilities to hire more workers, make needed updates and lower costs for consumers. 

In her first year, Hausman has a strong conservative record, while serving and protecting children, working to promote economic growth and lowering taxes for Missourians. She did what she said she would do. 

Hausman's previous position was in marketing and public relations for local businesses in St. Charles County. This gave Hausman first hand relationships with business owners and community leaders throughout her county, always working to make her community better. Hausman works very closely with all four chambers of commerce in St. Charles County and she served on several committees and boards.  These developed relationships within her community has helped guide and assist  Hausman as a legislator to best suit the needs pertaining to St. Charles county residents.

As a mother of five, Hausman has devoted her life to her children. Hausman has served throughout the community in many of her children's extra curricular activities. Having a severely disabled child has also inspired Hausman to make a difference. Hausman worked with her child's schools and administrators in the Ft. Zumwalt School district, to make positive changes for students with disabilities, seeing each student as an individual with unique needs. 

Hausman's first love is her Husband of over thirty years. He has been by her side and encouraging her since her first election their freshman year of high school.  

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