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.
Following the Supreme Court’s decision on the Arizona immigration law, Mark brings in a number of different guests to break down what this means for immigration going forward.
Illinois State Representative Mike Bost joins Mark to explain his unusual tirade on the House floor yesterday. Ed Martin, Missouri GOP Attorney General hopeful, discusses patronage jobs with Mark. Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson and Missouri […]
Should conservatives want the Supreme Court to uphold Obama Care? Conor Boyack, director of the Utah Tenth Amendment Center, tells us why he thinks it’s a good idea. Politico.com’s Dave Cantanese tells us about some […]
Livingston County Prosecutor Adam Warren joins St. Louis attorney Ed Martin in the GOP field.
Total Information PM: Missouri Attorney General Candidate, St. Louis Auto Show, St. Louis County Layoffs
Ed Martin announces he is running for the republican nomination for Missouri Attorney General. Mark on Money Chris Adelman, executive VP of the Greater St. Louis Auto Association, tells us about the 2011 St. Louis […]
The Mark Reardon Show: Attorney General Candidate, County Budget Cuts, Arizona Standoff, “Your Money, Your Values, Your Vote”, Busch Brewing
Ed Martin announces that he has dropped out of the congressional race and will run for the republican nomination for Missouri Attorney General. St. Louis County Council Chair Steve Stenger on County Executive Charlie Dooley […]