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.
The state’s Roman Catholic bishops are telling lawmakers and statewide elected officials to stop trying to “vie to see who can be tougher on illegal immigrants.”
Republican Sen. Kevin Engler of Farmington says it costs about a half-million dollars and the information is already available online.
Missouri’s governor and attorney general both support a pending proposal in Congress that would provide up to $600 to working Missourians.
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.
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.
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.
The law, slated for Monday in the state legislature, would impose more severe sentences in extreme parental abduction cases.
Secretary of State Robin Carnahan is thinking of stepping up to the challenge of running for state governor.
Jackson formally announced his candidacy Friday and plans to set up his campaign committee Monday.
The measure will take effect in 60 days, unless a citizen petition, which would extend the ban to bars, tobaccos stores and pool halls, passes on the April 8 ballot.
Another major Missouri Republican has joined the ranks of those confirming an interest in the job that Gov. Matt Blunt announced Tuesday he would not seek to retain. House Speaker Rod Jetton said Thursday he is considering an entrance into the gubernatorial race.
Gov. Blunt’s decision not to seek re-election has left Missouri religious groups looking for a candidate to bear the social conservative standard. Most say the agenda won’t change, no matter who the candidate is.
Kinder’s decision makes him the first to enter in the wake of Blunt’s announcement.
An initiative petition calling for a constitutional amendment that would kill many affirmative action programs is spawning opposition from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
The petition, which is being circulated by the Missouri Civil Rights Initiative, proposes to end discrimination in all state-run institutions based on “race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin” unless such programs are necessary to secure federal money.
Democratic gubenatorial candidate Jay Nixon focused on Democratic unity. Nixon’s statement comes in the wake of Blunt’s announcement that he will not seek re-election.
City employees and residents like what they see in the newly renovated first floor of the Daniel Boone City Building.