Rep. Annie Reinhart, a Republican, represents part of Clay County (District 34) in the Missouri House of Representatives. Rep. Reinhart serves as Majority Caucus Secretary.
Formerly a pharmacy technician with Westowne Pharmacy, Rep. Reinhart is now a full time legislator. Rep. Reinhart previously worked as a book and music buyer, an office manager, a cashier/receptionist, and an executive secretary to a plant manager.
In addition to her legislative duties, she is a member of the St. James Catholic Church where she formerly served as chairperson of the Parish Council and chairperson of the Building Committee. She is a member of the Liberty Chamber of Commerce; former board member, Liberty Symphony; American Legislative Exchange Council; charter member and officer of the Conservative Organization for Women; County Economic Development Council; Rebuilding Together (RTL) Liberty Advisory Committee, and Soroptimist Club. She serves on the advisory board at Shepherd’s Center of the Northland and has served as chaplain for the Liberty Federation of Republican Women, and is a board member of the United Way and Women's Crisis Center in Camden, Arkansas.
Rep. Reinhart has received the Outstanding Republican Freshman Legislator award for Responsible Health Care Reform; the Bishop’s Award for Excellence in Leadership, 1993; Women of Tribute award from Liberty Federated Republican Women, 1998; the Farm Bureau Friend of Agriculture Award, 1998, 2000 & 2002; and the MSTA Election 2000, 2002 Friend of Education award.
A 1961 graduate of Pine Bluff High School in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Rep. Reinhart also attended the Brown School of Business. In addition Rep. Reinhart has completed the Stephen Ministry training and attended the NFWL Leadership College in Washington, D.C.
Born October 29, Mobile, Alabama, Rep. Reinhart currently resides in Liberty with her husband, Mike. She has four children: Angie, Darren, Elana and David along with eight grandchildren.