Senator Wayne Goode
District 13

Wayne Goode was a member of the Missouri House of Representatives for 22 years before being elected to the Senate in 1984.

He chaired numerous committees, including the Education Committee and Appropriations Committee while a member of the House. Currently, he is Chairman of the Commerce and Environment Committee; Vice-Chairman of the Appropriations Committee; Vice-Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee and a member of the Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence, Education, and Public Health and Welfare Committees.

He has sponsored many bills of statewide importance, including the 1994 Campaign Finance Reform Bill (SB 650), the 1990 Omnibus Solid Waste Bill (SB 530), the hazardous waste law, the Omnibus Mental Health Code, Public Education Funding Formula, first revision of the Guardianship Code since 1821, as well as other legislation in the fields of education, social services, environmental protection and public health, and governmental management. In his first term in the House, in 1963, he sucessfully sponsored the legislation establishing the University of Missouri at St. Louis.