Missouri General Election 2012
See how much money Chris Kelly, candidate for the Missouri House's 46th District seat, has raised between July 1 and Sept. 30.
This graphic shows the campaign finance report of Caleb Jones, Republican, an incumbent who is running unopposed for the Missouri House's 50th District seat.
Compare how much money Stephen Webber and Fred Berry, candidates for the Missouri House's 46th District seat, have raised up to Sept. 30.
Proposition B seeks to boost the lowest cigarette tax in the nation, but opponents say it's too much.
The ads refer to Todd Akin's August remarks about women having a biological defense against pregnancy in cases of what he called "legitimate rape."
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul will attend events in Springfield and Cape Girardeau on Oct. 29. Paul is a Republican from Kentucky and the son of former GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul.
MU data show increasing student use of federal grants and loans.
Todd Akin acknowledges that he is being outspent substantially by McCaskill on TV ads across Missouri.
Dave Spence's campaign last week reported receiving the money from the state affiliate of the Republican Governors Association. The national organization reported shifting a total of $3 million to its Missouri committee.
The ballot issue would eliminate a board of police commissioners appointed by the governor and give the city of St. Louis local control.
Todd Akin described the lack of information about his pension payments as a mistake that only recently came to his attention.
The Missouri congressman's remarks in a 2008 speech on the House floor that equated abortion providers to terrorists were being recirculated Wednesday.
Although he has a history of supporting bills with earmarks, Rep. Todd Akin is now aligning himself with a group that wants to ban them.
The Senate Conservatives Fund pledged Thursday to direct $290,000 to Republican Todd Akin's campaign.
Former GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum and South Carolina Sen. Jim Demint announced endorsements for Todd Akin's Senate campaign.
Todd Akin, Claire McCaskill and Jonathan Dine shared their views on key issues for November's U.S. Senatorial race.
The Missouri gubernatorial candidates Gov. Jay Nixon, Dave Spence and Jim Higgins debated issues involving the economy, health care reform and education on Friday.
Akin said in a statement Thursday that the fact that the embassy attack occurred on Sept. 11 suggests it was planned and not spontaneous.
About 300 people gathered Tuesday night for an event sponsored by a new group called Women Standing with Todd Akin.
Candidates to represent Missouri in the U.S. Senate are Claire McCaskill (D), Todd Akin (R) and Jonathan Dine (Libertarian).