Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is touting an endorsement from the National Rifle Association.
“He has offended a lot of women…and I think it’s important for the Republic Party to say ‘that’s not us.’”
Florida U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio was in suburban St. Louis earlier this week. Texas Gov. Rick Perry is coming Monday.
Ed Martin joins Mark in studio. Craig Dellimore is covering the teachers strike in Chicago. Josh Kraushaar talks about the state of the presidential race.
Martin said Tuesday that Koster should have said Carnahan’s ballot summary was misleading.
Personal property taxes typically are due at the end of the calendar year.
Martin, who was chief of staff to former Gov. Matt Blunt, defeated Livingston County prosecutor Adam Warren in Tuesday’s GOP primary.
“The onslaught of regulations coming down the pike from unelected bureaucrats in Washington threatens Missourians’ jobs and pocketbooks,” Senator Bond said.
Koster, a Democrat, reported that his campaign raised $572,000 during the past three months and had nearly $2.4 million in available cash.
Two Missouri Republicans running for state-wide office are backing a lawsuit challenging language on Missouri’s upcoming ballot.