My name is Michael Sinclair.  I have been living in O’Fallon, Missouri, for about 20 years.  I moved here after completing my Master’s in Business Administration at Eastern Illinois University.  I have worked as a Project Manager and Program Manager for over 20 years with organizations such as Citigroup and Mastercard.  I am also a small business owner in O’Fallon.  I have a real estate company called Grace Real Estate LLC.  I am Christian by faith.  I believe in the teachings of Christ, which are centered around love and compassion for all human beings. 

I am blessed with a wife and two sons.  My wife received her master’s degree from Washington University and currently works as a Program Manager.  Our boys are students at Liberty High School in the Wentzville School District.  They’re involved with track and field and are both on the varsity soccer team.

I’d like to acknowledge some of the good work our current administration is doing.  Our family enjoys going on long walks, hikes and bike rides on the numerous area trails.  The Lewis and Clark trail is one of our favorites.  We try to run at least one half-marathon each year, typically the Go St. Louis.  We love the outdoors.  Our boys have been playing soccer since they were four years old, and we enjoy the soccer fields and other sports facilities in our district.  We are able to enjoy these things due to the good work our current administration is doing.  That said, I believe in continuous improvement.  I know we can do much more for our community and state, and we can do it better.

I love living in Missouri and raising a family here.  I am running for Missouri State Senate so I can give back to the community that has given my family so much. 

I believe in the following:

  • Equal rights and opportunities for all

  • Common sense Gun Law reforms

  • Women’s right to bodily autonomy

  • A healthy balance between generating revenue and improving quality of life 

  • Holding elected representatives accountable for their actions

  • Addressing and resolving small issues before they become big

  • Affordable healthcare for all

  • Defending worker’s rights

  • Job creation for all skill sets

  • Improving relations between the police and public

  • Finding common ground between opposing parties