Associated Press reporter asks lawmakers and political scientists.
“The odds are in the mayor’s favor,” said Dave Robertson, a political science professor at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
“We had a reputation as being a bellweather state that would vote for the winner,” professor Dave Robertson said.
But if he’s elected, it will say a lot both in Missouri and nationally, about the positions he’s taking.
Political scientist says state may have turned “comfortably red.”
John Hancock: Roundtable, Unemployment Numbers, Presidential Endorsement, Local and National Political Update
John Hancock hosts a roundtable discussion with St. Louis Alderman Antonio French, Political reporter Jo Mannies, and the Show Me Institute’s Rick Edlund. How do we interpret the new unemployment numbers and what impact might […]
Our KMOX Voice of Caring partner for August is Call For Help. It’s Executive Director, Cheryl Compton joins the show to talk about how listeners can help. Also, Dave Robertson, UMSL political scientist, talks to Brian and Maria about Missouri LT Governor, Peter Kinder.
Peter Kinder sidesteps questions, while issuing a blanket denial.
Charlie talks with U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, Ken Warren, Dave Robertson, Fred Bronstein of StL Symphony Orchestra, Mike Doyle of WBT Radio in Charlotte, NC, Mike Shannon, Edward Yeranian from Cairo, Egypt, and Phil Brooks.
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–Look for a politcal sword fight, when Missouri’s Republican-controlled legislature redraws the state’s Congressional district maps.
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