Each candidate was given one minute to respond to a question from the League of Women Voters moderator.
Every challenger promised to do some form of audit of county government.
Democratic Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is facing a steady stream of questions about a now-defunct anti-violence program he started in the run-up to his 2010 election.
An Illinois legislative committee approved rules Tuesday for the state’s medical cannabis program, which means would-be growers and retailers can soon apply for permits.
The governor made an appearance Sunday on behalf of the Illinois Public Safety Act, which was introduced in the spring legislative session but not acted upon.
Facing allegations of nepotism, longtime St. Louis City Recorder of Deeds resigns.
The governor said alcohol sales could have presented a poor image to children and families
“Missourians want meaningful payday lending reform, not a sham effort at reform that allows such predatory practices to continue,” Nixon said
The jumping jack is about to become Missouri’s official state exercise.
Gov. Jay Nixon has put the kibosh on plans to sell beer and wine at the Missouri Capitol.