Fred Berry is the Republican candidate for the Missouri House of Representatives seat in the 46th District.
Fred Berry, left, and Mike Zweifel work the Republican booth Oct. 14 at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival. Berry and Zweifel handed out signs and candidate information to interested festivalgoers. Berry said he has a hard time getting signs in yards because people are more tight-lipped about their political standings.
Fred Berry makes his speech at the Annual Fall Republican BBQ on Sept. 28. Berry was one of 10 Republican speakers at the barbecue. Berry's platform includes economic freedom, opposition to abortion and support for the Second Amendment. This is Berry’s first race.
Mike Zweifel, left, Bruce Cornett and Fred Berry stare down the fairway at Hunter Kevil’s ball during a charity golf tournament Oct. 1 at Eagle Knoll Golf Course. Berry hosted the tournament as a fundraiser for his campaign. The fundraiser was attended by several Republican candidates, including Caleb Rowden and Caleb Jones.
David B. Clark, left, and Fred Berry look at a map to decide which houses they are going to visit while going door to door Sept. 25 in Columbia. Berry is running for state representative in the 46th District. Berry goes door to door almost every day. He started in the summer and has knocked on more than 500 doors.
Fred Berry waves to drivers as they pass by Oct. 11 near the corner of Nifong and Forum boulevards. Berry frequently hits the street with a group of volunteers to wave at cars to gain support for his campaign.