Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has announced plans to speak at an upcoming conference in Kansas City.
The University of Missouri at Kansas City balked at paying Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton $275,000 to speak at the opening of a women’s hall of fame last year, instead shelling out $65,000 for her daughter to speak for 10 minutes.
Hillary Rodham Clinton isn’t expected to show at an annual convention of liberal activists and bloggers often courted by Democratic presidential candidates.
Hillary Clinton addressed about 500 people in the North St. Louis County church, speaking about turning grief and anger into action.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is putting America’s struggle with race relations at the forefront of her presidential campaign, joining with church members near the epicenter of violent protests in Ferguson, Missouri, as the nation grapples with the deadly shootings of nine black church members in South Carolina.
Hancock & Kelley – Monday, November 17 – STL Rams Going to L.A.? Claire McCaskill for Governor? Hillary Clinton for President in 2016? Andre Wilson on Insurance Coverage for Gender Reassignment
John and Michael talk about the long lines at the Rams concessions stands; about whether STL needs to get rid of the Rams or Rams Owner Stan Kroenke; about whether Mo. Sen. Claire McCaskill will be a candidate for Mo. Governor? about whether Missouri is ready to vote for Hillary Clinton as U.S. President; and they talk with Andre Wilson, an inclusive health advocate who believes insurance should cover gender reassignment.
Hillary Rodham Clinton broke nearly three weeks of silence Thursday on the fatal police shooting of an unarmed 18-year-old in Missouri, saying his death and the violent protests that followed resulted from frayed bonds of trust in a racially divided community.
McCaskill became one of Clinton’s earliest backers when she formally announced her support in June. She said Friday that there are some clear advantages to having a female chief executive.
Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) says Hillary Clinton called her, after she endorsed Clinton for president.
“As I look at 2016 and think about who is best to lead this country forward, I’m proud to announce that I am Ready for Hillary”