Missouri is one of 24 states to hold a presidential primary election on Super Tuesday on Feb. 5. As a “relentlessly average” state that generally represents the demographics of the rest of the nation, Missouri is in the middle of the road on a big day for politics.
Democrat John Edwards bowed out of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination on Wednesday, saying it was time to step aside "so that history can blaze its path" in a campaign now left to Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama.
U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof, R-Columbia, announced Tuesday that he will join the race for governor. He is the third Republican to enter the race since Gov. Matt Blunt announced last week that he will not seek re-election.
One week before the Missouri primaries, John Edwards stopped in Jefferson City to rally voters and address important issues.
During a campaign stop in Jefferson City, Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards told supporters to “create a tidal wave of change.”
In his speech today in Jefferson City, Huckabee stressed the importance of wins in states holding primaries on Feb. 5.
Republican presidential candidates John McCain and Mitt Romney will make campaign stops Friday and Saturday in Missouri.
Details about his visit are still being worked out, but stops are likely to be scheduled in St. Louis and southwest Missouri.
U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof, who is serving his sixth term for Missouri's 9th Congressional District, announced Tuesday he will run for governor.
Chelsea Clinton spoke, on behalf of her mother, about a path that would allow immigrants to become citizens by paying a fine and paying back taxes as a percentage of their income over a period of time.
Chelsea Clinton, 27, answered questions about Hillary Clinton’s stance on a variety of issues with just more than a week before Missouri’s Feb. 5 primaries.
U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof is expected to announce his gubenatorial candidacy Tuesday. The Columbia resident would be the third Republican candidate.
After some “soul searching,” Rep. Jo Ann Emerson decided against a gubernatorial campaign in favor of remaining in the House.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said she has a breadth and depth of support that can help her win in Missouri.
Chelsea Clinton spoke at a packed student lounge Monday morning about her mother’s bid for the Democratic nomination.
The latest polls are in, showing that McCain and Clinton are the favorites among Missourians who plan to vote in next week’s primary elections.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama will be in St. Louis this weekend. The event is free and open to the public.
Ready to work? In case you’re looking for a way to get involved, here are some contacts for the various presidential campaigns.
With the Missouri primaries less than two weeks away, the amount of time for citizens to apply for absentee ballots and find polling places is running out.
Missouri State Treasurer Sarah Steelman formally announced her candidacy for governor Saturday, making her the second candidate to do so.