Clayton Police Expected Make Announcement About Schweich's SuicideUMSL Political Science professor Dave Robertson says Conservative Gubernatorial candidate Catherine Hanaway could be hurt if police announce it was negative campaign tactics that pushed Schweich over the edge.
Political Science Professor: Coalition's Strategy Likely Ineffective PunishmentPolitical science professor Dave Robertson says the Fannie Lou Hamer Democratic Coalition's announcement isn't likely to ruin Democrat Steve Stenger's campaign.
Expert: Race Relations Top Issue in St. Louis County Executive RaceUMSL political science professor Dave Robertson says as candidates Rick Stream and Steve Stenger face off, this issue will be paramount.
Political Scientist: Alderman Antonio French is 'Strong Advocate' for People of FergusonRobertson says French has an emerging regional and national reputation.
Republicans Vote Democrat in County Executive PrimaryA lot of red bled over into blue at the polls during Tuesday's primary election for St. Louis County Executive.
St. Louis County Executive Race: Who Has the Edge?The race for St. Louis County Executive has been aggressive. Based on what we've reported who has the edge?
Expert: Primaries Often More Important Than General ElectionsWith a week to go until the primary election, you can expect to be hearing and seeing a lot of ads in key races.
Vote Them Out! But Will Election Day Reflect Public's DisapprovalA NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll indicates people are really serious this time, so will they vote accordingly?
Charlie Brennan – Monday, June 17 — Maestro David Robertson; U.S. Congressman John Shimkus
How Successful Was Mo. Legislative Session?Associated Press reporter asks lawmakers and political scientists.
Expert: Slay Likely Will Win Fourth Term"The odds are in the mayor's favor," said Dave Robertson, a political science professor at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Missouri's Role In The Presidential Election Likely To Be Minimal"We had a reputation as being a bellweather state that would vote for the winner," professor Dave Robertson said.