Cathy Richards won the Democratic nomination for Boone County public administrator on Tuesday, setting up a November general election contest against Republican John D. Sullivan.
In November, Zweifel will face state Sen. Brad Lager, of Savannah, who was uncontested in the Republican primary.
Only one of the 134 lawmakers seeking re-election was defeated.
Both easily win their primary elections.
Gwen Ifill of PBS will moderate the vice presidential debate in St. Louis.
Both Hulshof and Steelman have planned final campaign stops that branch away from southwest Missouri.
Some volunteer and others get paid, often working long hours as the November election nears.
The Boone County Clerk's office expects about 32,000 voters to cast the ballots Tuesday that will determine who will move on to November's general election.
Knox County will likely have the highest turnout; Butler County, the lowest.
Sullivan says master plan should be more specific and ensure rural character; Miller says county can't tell developers how to use their land.
Tim Kaine, whose name has made national news this week as a person of interest in Barack Obama's search for a running mate, graduated from MU in 1979 with a bachelor's degree in economics.
Candidates Bob Pund, Sean Spence, Mary Still and Ryan Asbridge discuss their backgrounds and why they're running.
The use of a voluntary questionnaire in setting the appraised values of homes has become a hot issue between the incumbent, Tom Schauwecker, and his challenger, Barbara Bishop.
Days before the Aug. 5 primary, 9th District candidates outlined their views on what immigration policies the United States should have.
Rebecca Bowman Nassikas donated $200,000 to a political committee last week that plans to use the money for TV ads. Missourians for Honest Leadership, formed in Columbia in 2006, has already posted the piece on its Web site, TheFactsOnKoster.com.
The levy would add about $174,000 to district revenue.
Two Democrats are competing for their party's nomination for Boone County public administrator, while Republican John Sullivan is uncontested on the Aug. 5 ballot.
In front of a roaring, standing-room-only crowd at the Missouri University of Science and Technology on Wednesday, Sen. Barack Obama, D—Ill., detailed his economic plan for the nation if he is elected president. The senator stopped in Springfield, Rolla and Union on Wednesday as part of his economic tour through rural Missouri.
Sen. Barack Obama’s rock-star appeal has generated buzz in the media, but many voters are still asking why. About 1,500 came to hear the candidate speak in Rolla on Wednesday.
Five Republicans, four Democrats and one Libertarian hope for their party’s nomination for 9th District Representative to the U.S. Congress.