Sturtz is creative, understands economic issues, is a strong communicator, easily accessible, and uninfluenced by special interests.
Columbia School Board candidate Gale “Hap” Hairston would bring 27 years of experience in education to the board.
Darin Preis balances family with the his numerous involvements throughout Columbia, including his role as vice president of the Columbia School Board.
Columbia School Board candidate Tom Rose says he wants to help balance the budget and narrow the achievement gap.
Ines Segert would bring energy and open-mindedness to the Columbia School Board.
She decided to seek election because of her concerns over recent decisions made by Columbia Public Schools administration, including the location of the new high school, a tax levy increase being put to voters on the April 8 ballot and curriculum selections, especially integrated math.
To Rosie Tippin, being around children isn’t just something she enjoys — it’s her life.
“It’s kind of in my blood,” said Tippin, who is campaigning for the first time for one of three open seats on the Columbia School Board.
Missouri Democrats from the Ninth Congressional District chose five delegates to vote at the Democratic National Convention at Thursday night’s congressional district caucus.
The Fifth Ward councilwoman tends to support development and objective policy.
The Missourian can help you educate yourself for the municipal election.
The Incumbent First Ward councilwoman has drawn three opponents in her bid for another three-year term.
Paul Sturtz is one of four people running for election for the First Ward council seat.
John Clark is one of four people running for election for the First Ward council seat.
An examination of the four First Ward candidates’ stances on the controversial proposal to add a new layer of zoning and design restrictions to the North-Central Columbia neighborhood.
Read the candidates’ responses to a Missourian questionnaire.
Karen Baxter is one of four people running for election for the First Ward council seat.
The Columbia School District doesn't need more money. It needs better budgeting.
The four First Ward City Council candidates answered questions about relationships with the black community and university students.
KFRU has pulled the plug on Fred Parry, co-host of a popular morning talk show, until after the April 8 election after his challenger for a seat on the Boone Hospital Center Board of Trustees filed an equal-air challenge under FCC rules.
Paul Sturtz would make the voices of First Ward citizens heard if he were elected to City Council.