Baker's announcement places her among two Democratic and three Republican candidates running for the seat in Congress.
School board candidate Kevin Horner filed a statement of withdrawal this morning to remove his name from the ballot in April, saying did not think he had the right motivation.
Kelly Schultz, former director of legislation for Rep. Jeff Harris, D-Columbia, has entered the race for the 21st District seat in the Missouri House of Representatives.
Spence said he believes his background in government and business provides him with the knowledge to serve Missouri’s 25th district.
JEFFERSON CITY — Critics of the way some Missouri judges are selected today filed a proposed constitutional amendment to let voters pick a new method.
JEFFERSON CITY — A state audit of the governor’s office released Thursday points out continued problems with political and personal use of state vehicles.
The first round of Democratic caucuses will be Feb. 28 in Boone County. Local party members will gather to select delegates to send to congressional district caucuses to be held in March.
Hickman High School alumnus and Iraq War veteran Stephen Webber has decided to run for the 23rd District seat in the Missouri House of Representatives.
Gov. Matt Blunt isn’t running for re-election this year. But his record in office is.
Experts spoke to an audience at MU Friday night about the history behind U.S.-Iran relations and the need for negotiations.
As Democratic primaries continue across the country and candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama remain in a virtual deadlock, the party’s superdelegates are becoming the focus of increased attention.
Republican Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder dropped out of the Missouri governor's race Friday night barely two weeks after he entered it, declaring he instead will seek re-election.
John McCain effectively sealed the Republican presidential nomination on Thursday as chief rival Mitt Romney suspended his faltering campaign.
A surge of young voters helped propel Democrat Barack Obama to victory in Tuesday’s state primary and may have been a key factor in the high turnout.
This interactive graphic breaks down Missouri's votes from the primary.
Despite Barack Obama’s slight majority in the statewide vote, Obama and Hillary Clinton will end up splitting the Missouri delegates.
Boosted by his big night, John McCain asked his loudest conservative critics Wednesday to “calm down” and support his Republican presidential candidacy, as Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton girded for more rounds of their protracted struggle for the Democratic nomination.
Tuesday's voting for the Republican and Democratic nominees for president showed that the races are far from over. What do you think of the results?
John McCain earned himself a super Wednesday, a day to savor coast-to-coast primary victories that ratified him as the Republican front-runner, while Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama dug in after a night of divided spoils in a Democratic presidential contest that could stretch to the spring.