Steve Korsmeyer won the three-way Republican race for Cole County clerk in Tuesday’s primary election.
Chamois, St. Elizabeth school districts OK proposals
Russellville and Ashland voters both overwhelmingly approved sewer bond issues Tuesday.
Leonard and Velma Steinman talked about running against each other in November for the right to succeed U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer in Congress.
Five members of Missouri’s congressional delegation tapped enormous advantages in campaign cash and name recognition to easily survive primary election challenges Tuesday.
Republicans regained a two-thirds majority in the Missouri House Tuesday heading into a big showdown with Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon over his vetoes of tax breaks, abortion restrictions and other issues.
Mid-Missouri Republicans have nominated incumbent Tom Hurst for a second two-year term serving the 62nd House District in the state Legislature.
An initiative proposing a new teacher evaluation system will go before Missouri voters in November, after the state’s top election official confirmed Tuesday that it had received enough petition signatures.
Three-term Republican Sen. Pat Roberts edged out Milton Wolf in Kansas’ primary Tuesday night as mainstream conservatives dealt another blow to the tea party movement. A GOP businessman swamped a first-term Michigan congressman, upending his re-election bid.
Highlights from Tuesday’s primary elections in Kansas, Michigan and Washington.
More Veterans Administration employees will be disciplined as the department sorts out a scandal over long waits for health care and falsified data, Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson said Tuesday.
Cole County voters on Tuesday rejected a plan to establish countywide zoning by a vote of 7,391 yes votes and 8,305 no votes.
From voting on Aug. 5, 2014
Results from Aug. 5, 2014 voting on primary contests and ballot issues.
Voters will be heading to the polls today to decide a handful of local races and issues, as well as five state amendments.
By the Associated PressMissouri’s primary ballot Tuesday is heavy on ballot issues and light on contested races for top offices. Here’s a look at some of the choices facing voters.
Tuesday is primary day in Missouri, and while local legislative races abound across the state, there’s only one statewide office up for grabs, and even that one lacks suspense: incumbent State Auditor Tom Schweich has no opposition.