Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have varying views on the situation in the Middle East.
Barack Obama says he will reduce the deficit by more than $4 trillion over the next 10 years. Mitt Romney says he will cut the deficit and get the national debt under control.
Obama believes the solution to the growing costs of college tuition can be addressed through increased funding for federal programs for college students. Romney believes the decision on how to address education costs should belong to the states.
Obama plans to end government subsidies for oil companies and develop domestic production of natural gas. Romney plans to get "America and North America energy independent" by more oil drilling and permits.
Barack Obama plans to cut $487 billion in defense spending, and Mitt Romney plans to set defense spending at a floor of 4 percent of the nation's GDP.
President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney have opposing visions of federal health policy.
Mitt Romney believes that marriage should be between a man and a woman, and Barack Obama supports same-sex marriage.
Both candidates plan to take action against Iran if necessary to prevent them from acquiring nuclear weapons.
The Columbia Missourian interviewed three of four candidates running for Missouri's lieutenant governor about why they believe they should hold the office.
Sen. Kurt Schaefer and Rep. Mary Still are facing off in their bid to represent the newly redrawn 19th Missouri Senate District.
The two-term state representative knows she's facing an uphill battle against incumbent Kurt Schaefer, but her beliefs about the role of government in society motivates her to take on that challenge.
Senate incumbent Kurt Schaefer is trying to become the first Republican to win consecutive terms in the 19th District.
If you live and vote in the 43rd District, meet your candidates for state representative: Jay D. Houghton and Ed Lockwood.
A Missourian photographer shot these unique pictures of third-party candidates in mid-Missouri using a camera that was first produced in the '50s.
All cowboy hats and country music, the Republican candidate for Boone County Northern District Commissioner wants to streamline county government.
The Democrat says her background as a lawyer and public defender has prepared her well for representing Boone County's Northern District.
Two candidates are vying to represent the 60th District in the Missouri House of Representatives. This district encompasses a portion of Cole County, including most of Jefferson City.
Two candidates are on the ballot to represent the 59th District in the Missouri House of Representatives, though one of the candidates has said the governor would make a special appointment to fill the vacancy since she would be unable to fill the position if she's elected.
Three candidates are seeking the Missouri Senate seat for District 21.