Kander Brings Senate Campaign To Cherokee StreetDemocrat talks about bump in polls and his thoughts on student loans
Kander: Time for Legislature to Pass Medical Marijuana LawKander came out in support of medical marijuana in a statement through the secretary of state's office, not his Senate campaign.
Missouri Senate No Slam Dunk as GOP Spends to Save BluntPolls show the race is close, but Democrats argue the momentum is with Missouri's 35-year-old secretary of state, Jason Kander, a former Army intelligence officer in Afghanistan.
Missouri Senate Candidate Assembles Gun Blindfolded in TV Ad``I approved this message,'' Jason Kander says, pausing briefly to rack the slide, figuratively placing a round in the chamber, ```cause I'd like to see Sen. Blunt do this.''
St. Louis Court to Hear Vote Fraud Allegation ConcernsPenny Hubbard's attorneys are asking for the case against her to be thrown out.
Out-of-State Donors Invest in Mo. Senate RaceDonors are expect to shift their resources away from the presidential campaign and towards the Missouri Senate.
Mo. Secretary of State: May Be Time For Elected County ClerkKander suggests the problem may be bigger than just two people who head up the county elections division.
Blunt to Launch Re-Election Campaign in Suburban St. LouisBlunt is seeking his second term in the Senate. He served in Congress representing southwest Missouri from 1997 to 2011.
Charges Filed For Early Voting Petition FraudMissouri Secretary of State Jason Kander says case dates back to 2014 statewide initiative push
State Officials, Missourians Show Support for Fort Leonard Wood“If the proposal went through as it is, I mean, that’s 59 percent of the permanent positions at Fort Leonard Wood,” Kander says.
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.
Fake Signatures Suspected in Early Voting MeasureAn initiative petition that sought to qualify an early voting measure for the Missouri ballot included the supposed signatures of dead people among other potentially fraudulent names, according to a report from state's top election official.