Episode 128: Congressman Eric Burlison on the Border, Oversight, and Countering Corruption

Eric Burlison
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Episode 128: Congressman Eric Burlison on the Border, Oversight, and Countering Corruption
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This week on Breaking Battlegrounds, we are joined by Congressman Eric Burlison was elected to represent Missouri’s 7th Congressional District in 2022. He is a sixth-generation Missourian with 20 years of private sector experience as an investment advisor and software consultant.  

Congressman Burlison is a sixth-generation Missourian with 20 years of private sector experience as an investment advisor and software consultant.  

He is a 1995 graduate from Parkview High School in Springfield, and he received a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a Master of Business Administration from Missouri State University. 

He was elected to represent Missouri’s 7th Congressional District in 2022.

He previously represented the 20th Senatorial District, comprising of Christian County and part of Greene County, from 2019 to 2023. Before his election to the Missouri Senate, he represented the 133rd District in the Missouri House of Representatives. 

In his free time, Sen. Burlison enjoys hunting and fishing in the Ozarks. He and his wife, Angie, are active members of their church and passionate about supporting campus ministries. They live in Battlefield with their two daughters, Reese and Aubrey.

David Catanese is a Washington-based political writer ready to feed your political appetite but also challenge you on some of life’s larger quandaries. He’s written for McClatchy, The Atlantic, U.S. News & World Report & Politico.

Jon Levine is a political reporter for the Sunday New York Post. His work covers city, state and national politics. He has worked on significant continuing stories and investigations, including Hunter Biden and the 2020 presidential election. A native New Yorker, he previously worked as a media reporter for TheWrap and Mediaite. His work has been featured on CNN.com, The Atlantic, and the Chronicle of Higher Education. When he’s not working, he’s thinking about work.

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