A conservative group has spent an estimated $670,000 so far on TV ads encouraging Missouri voters to back a proposed constitutional amendment limiting the governor’s budget-cutting powers.
Struggling to preserve their Senate majority, Democrats are attacking Republicans over Medicare and Social Security in Louisiana, spending cuts in Arkansas, off-shore jobs in New Hampshire and women’s issues in Colorado.
Jefferson City Mayor Eric Struemph announced today that he will not seek re-election in 2015.
Some Republican lawmakers questioned Wednesday whether emergency responders have the training and resources to handle a potential Ebola outbreak in Missouri.
On Friday, the Washington, D.C.-based Republican State Leadership Committee gave another $10,700 to the RSLC-Missouri PAC — bringing its total donation to the Missouri political action committee to $210,700.
Third-quarter finance reports tell story up to end of September
Incumbent state Sen. Mike Kehoe, R-Jefferson City, was the biggest Mid-Missouri fundraiser among candidates filing reports with the Missouri Ethics Commission for the period from July 1 to Sept. 30.
According to a television ad that started airing Tuesday, Cole County Presiding Circuit Judge Pat Joyce is “groovy” for “radical environmentalists.”
Voters could have an extra six days to cast ballots during the 2016 presidential election if a proposal to change the Missouri Constitution gets enough support on Election Day.
The U.S. Army War College revoked Democratic Sen. John Walsh's master's degree after an investigation completed Friday concluded that he plagiarized a research paper required to graduate.
Callaway County Presiding Commissioner Gary Jungermann-R, and his challenger, Janet Gruer-D, debated local issues in the county at Thursday night’s candidate forum at Fulton City Hall.
Incumbent Cole County Circuit Judge Pat Joyce should return any campaign contributions she has received from lawyers who argue cases in her courtroom, a Jefferson City lobbyist said Wednesday.
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The money has an unpleasant aroma. Brian Stumpe, a candidate for Cole County circuit judge, has received a $100,000 campaign contribution from the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC), based in Washington, D.C.
In Cole County judicial race
Republican Brian Stumpe said late Monday his campaign received a $100,000 contribution this weekend because “my conservative record is in line with the type of candidates” the Washington, D.C.-based Republican State Leadership Committee supports.
Report of "Sunshine Law" compliance based on nearly 300 audit reports over two-year period.
Brian Stumpe’s campaign for Cole County circuit judge is $100,000 richer this week, thanks to the Washington, D.C.,-based Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC).