|Member of the Missouri Senate|
from the 6th district
elected 1930 – ?
|Attorney General of Missouri|
|Governor||Guy Brasfield Park|
Lloyd C. Stark
Forrest C. Donnell
|Preceded by||Stratton Shartel|
|Succeeded by||Jonathan E. Taylor|
|Born||August 24, 1888|
Guthrie Mill, Chariton County, Missouri
|Died||January 22, 1961 (aged 72)|
|Occupation||politician, prosecuting attorney, lawyer|
Roy McKittrick (August 24, 1888 - January 22, 1961) was an American politician from Salisbury, Missouri, who served as Missouri Attorney General around the time of the World War II from 1933 until 1945. In 1944, he ran for the U.S. Senate, but Forrest C. Donnell won the seat with 49.95% of the vote defeating by McKittrick by less than 2,000 out of over 1.5 million cast. McKittrick also served in the Missouri Senate where he served as chairman of the committee on Banks and Banking. He had previously been elected Chariton County in 1914, 1916, and 1918. McKittrick was educated at the Hale High School and Prairie Hill Academy.
|Party political offices|
Bennett Champ Clark
| Democratic nominee for Senator from Missouri
Thomas C. Hennings Jr.
| Attorney General of Missouri
Jonathan E. "Buck" Taylor
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