Missouri

MO Governor: Mike Parson (R)
State News
MO Governor: Mike Parson (R)
2020-11-06 18:17:22
by TWN Staff

About Parson:  Hard work and a commitment to helping others have been the driving force for Gov. Michael L. Parson’s public service. Sworn in as Missouri’s 57th Governor on June 1, 2018, Parson pledged to move Missouri forward with common... Read More

M0-01: Cori Bush (D)
House Watch
M0-01: Cori Bush (D)
2020-11-01 11:44:03
by TWN Staff

About Bush: Cori Bush, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, is the Democratic nominee for Missouri's 1st Congressional District. On Aug. 4, 2020, she defeated 10-term incumbent Lacy Clay in the 2020 U.S. House of Representatives primary election,... Read More

MO-02: Ann Wagner (R)
House Watch
MO-02: Ann Wagner (R)
2020-10-30 22:58:00
by TWN Staff

About Wagner: Ann Wagner has over 25 years of experience in the private sector, local grassroots organizations and public service. She grew up in south St. Louis County. She went to elementary school there, high school at Cor Jesu Academy... Read More

Group Linked to National Democrats Will Spend Millions as Missouri Governor Race Heats Up
2020 Elections
Group Linked to National Democrats Will Spend Millions as Missouri Governor Race Heats Up

WASHINGTON — National Democrats will spend more than $5 million over the next five weeks on TV ads in Missouri to boost Democrat Nicole Galloway’s campaign against Republican Gov. Mike Parson. A Stronger Missouri, an independent expenditure group linked to... Read More

‘There’s No Handbook for This’: Tuesday’s Election in Missouri to Test Voter Safety in Pandemic
State News
‘There’s No Handbook for This’: Tuesday’s Election in Missouri to Test Voter Safety in Pandemic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The day before he buried his wife, Orville Amos limped into the Kansas City Election Board’s office to vote absentee. For 25 years, the 75-year-old Navy veteran was first in line at his precinct’s polling place... Read More

Missouri Ethics Commission Fines Ex-Governor $178,000 for Campaign Finance Violations
State News
Missouri Ethics Commission Fines Ex-Governor $178,000 for Campaign Finance Violations

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — State ethics regulators have fined the campaign of former Gov. Eric Greitens $178,000 over campaign finance violations dating to his upstart, outsider bid to become Missouri’s chief executive. The Missouri Ethics Commission released its long-awaited probe... Read More

Missouri Lawsuit Over Realtor Fees In Home Sales Draws Justice Department’s Interest
Litigation
Missouri Lawsuit Over Realtor Fees In Home Sales Draws Justice Department’s Interest

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Lawyers in the Justice Department’s antitrust division are taking a keen interest in a Missouri class action lawsuit that alleges a conspiracy among national real estate brokers to charge inflated fees, noting in a filing this... Read More

Reps. Davis, Craig Introduce Bipartisan Disaster Loan Program Bill
Litigation
Reps. Davis, Craig Introduce Bipartisan Disaster Loan Program Bill
2019-07-25 21:46:52
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Representatives Rodney Davis, R-Ill., and Angie Craig, D-Minn., proposed Wednesday to create a low-interest loan program administered by FEMA for states to fund projects that reduce the risks and costs of natural disasters. “Helping communities prepare for disasters... Read More

Planned Parenthood in St. Louis Could Stop Performing Abortions as Early as This Week
Missouri
Planned Parenthood in St. Louis Could Stop Performing Abortions as Early as This Week

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri’s only abortion provider could stop performing the procedure as early as this week. Reproductive Health Services of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region runs the state’s only abortion clinic, located in the Central West... Read More

St. Louis Alderman Calls for National Guard After Shooting
Missouri
St. Louis Alderman Calls for National Guard After Shooting

ST. LOUIS — A man was shot in the face twice and left on the edge of death Saturday afternoon after an alleyway confrontation that started when the suspect wouldn’t move his car, police said. The boldness of the crime,... Read More

Hawley Insider Had Seat at Table in Secretary of State Inquiry That Cleared Senator
Missouri
Hawley Insider Had Seat at Table in Secretary of State Inquiry That Cleared Senator

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A top lieutenant and campaign donor to Josh Hawley was allowed to sit in on interviews conducted as part of the investigation into whether the Missouri Republican illegally used government resources to support his successful bid... Read More

Ex-Missouri Governor’s Secretive Nonprofit Raised $6 Million, Spent Big on His Allies
In The News
Ex-Missouri Governor’s Secretive Nonprofit Raised $6 Million, Spent Big on His Allies

The nonprofit allied with former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens raised almost $6.1 million from secret donors in 2017, the year the political outsider took office and rattled the capital city’s establishment, new tax filings show. Read More

MO SENATE: Josh Hawley (R)
Missouri
MO SENATE: Josh Hawley (R)
2018-11-04 18:53:45
by MO SENATE: Josh Hawley (R)

Raised in Lexington, Missouri, Josh Hawley currently serves as the state’s Attorney General. As Missouri’s top prosecutor, Josh has earned a reputation for taking on the big and the powerful to protect Missouri workers and... Read More

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