Senator Doug Beck was elected in 2020 to represent the residents of the 1st Senatorial District in the Missouri Senate. Prior to his election to the Senate, he served two terms in the House of Representatives from 2016-2020. During his time in the House, he was the ranking minority member of the Economic Development and Workforce Development Committees and also served on the Veterans and Children and Families Committees.
Senator Beck defends workers and their rights, promotes public education, encourages job creation and champions affordable health care for all. He is an adamant supporter of public safety and first responders.
Aside from his legislative duties, Sen. Beck enjoys a 34-year career as a proud pipefitter and member of UA Local 562. He served on the Affton School Board for nine years, including two years as president. During his tenure, he expanded early childhood education and increased opportunities for students pursuing STEM careers.
Born and raised in St. Louis County, Sen. Beck graduated from Lindbergh High School in 1983 and attended St. Louis Community College. He has been married for 35 years to his wife, Marilyn, has two children and three grandchildren.
Scott is from from Kansas City, MO. He has been married for 25 years to his wife Jennifer. They have one son, Vincent, who's a senior this year. His family is very important to him and many have been involved in the International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators Union for several generations. He was accepted into the Insulators Local 27 apprenticeship program in 1990 and worked in the field for 22 years before working as the local's organizer. He was elected Business Manager by his membership in 2017. Scott is proud to serve as trustee to the Missouri State Building Trades and support working folks in Missouri.
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Jim is a 35 year member of IBEW Local 1 in St. Louis and is currently serving as president.
His past positions include treasurer as well as executive board member. Jim is also a Tri-County Labor Club member and was greatly involved with the No on Prop A campaign from beginning to the end.