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|Lieutenant Governor of Missouri|
|Profession||Retired federal employee|
Kullman was born in St. Louis, MO. He is a retired federal employee, having worked 50 years as an executive in the government. He holds a J.D., earned eight college degrees, and taught night college courses in business and finance for 48 years.
Kullmann sought the Republican nomination for Lieutenant Governor of Missouri in 2012. He ran on the basis of "faith and family values." but fell to incumbent Peter Kinder in the August 7th primary election.
|Missouri Lieutenant Governor Republican Primary, 2012|
|Peter Kinder Incumbent||43.8%||255,064|
|Charles W. Kullmann||6.9%||39,940|
|Election Results via Missouri Secretary of State.|
In a candidate questionnaire submitted to The Southeast Missourian, Kullmann answered the following questions:
- What can the lieutenant governor do to attract more jobs and economic development to Missouri?
- A: "Cut out unnecessary red-tape. Assist returning Veterans to obtain employment. Seek help from commercial organizations and faith groups."
- The current lieutenant governor has made clear his personal opposition to health care reform. What do you think of the law?
- A: "Law should be amended to eliminate contraceptives and abortion inducing drugs. Basic support should be given for people in need."
- How can the lieutenant governor best serve the state of Missouri?
- A: "Experienced handling of Veteran's Affairs. Assisting Senior Citizens with paperwork and government regulations."
- Closing Remarks:
- A: I'm campaigning on the basis of faith and family values. Recommend a 5% pay increase for all Missouri State employees earning less than $40,000 per year."
Kullman was married to the late Bernice Kullman. He has six children.
- Missouri lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2012
- Missouri gubernatorial election, 2012
- Lieutenant Governor of Missouri