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Robinson Resigns as Head of St. Louis Co. Democratic Central Committee"There's some personal things I want to move forward with in my life," Robinson told KMOX.
Clay on Kroenke: "He is a Shrewd Businessman"Clay tells KMOX he was disappointed in what the Rams owner said in his application for re-location to Los Angeles.
Illinois Leaders Report "Minor" Budget ProgressMadigan, Radogno and Durkin described the meeting at Rauner's office in Chicago as cordial and said they will meet again next week.
Former Illinois Lawmaker Sentenced for FraudShe pleaded guilty in July 2013 to soliciting $76,700 for scholarships through a charity golf outing and pocketing about $28,000.
Five-Time Illinois Secretary of State Announces RetirementWhite won his first election in 1998 with 55 percent of the vote, and easily won reelection four times.
Democrats to Propose 1-Month Budget for Essential ServicesThe state's most powerful Democrat says the Illinois House will approve a temporary budget to ensure continued services as a new fiscal year starts Wednesday without a spending agreement.
Clinton Covers Charleston, Education, Confederate Flags During Florissant Campaign StopHillary Clinton addressed about 500 people in the North St. Louis County church, speaking about turning grief and anger into action.
Hillary Clinton Making 1st Campaign Visit to St. Louis-AreaSt. Louis is getting its first visit from the leading Democrat running for President.
Secretary of State Kander to Challenge U.S. Sen. BluntKander is the first Democrat to launch a challenge to Republican Sen. Roy Blunt. He announced his candidacy Thursday with a written statement and a video.
Rep. Keith English Leaves House Democrats to Become Independent"I am still a Democrat at heart and I didn't want to leave," English said. "I'm still voting the same way I did before; my labor-friendly Democrats won't have to worry."
Capitol Perspectives: Missouri's I-70 DemocratsGeography no longer more important than party label in understanding the voting patterns of state lawmakers.
It's Pryor v. Cotton v. Obama In Arkansas Race In a Senate race as pivotal as any in the country, Arkansas Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor is running against Republican Rep. Tom Cotton, who is running against President Barack Obama.

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