Multiple statements were sent today in reaction to the death of Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich due to a reported self-inflicted gunshot wound.
“I was proud to vote to approve Keystone, which passed the Senate with a bipartisan 62-36 vote,” McCaskill said.
Toured Arlington Cemetery and met with Sens. Blunt and McCaskill but the day’s memorable activities weren’t over when they boarded the flight back home.
Maintains that “freaked out” Chinese hold key to preventing all-out war.
McCaskill holds 46% to 40% edge over challenger Akin in U.S. Senate race.
A recent Rasmussen poll is showing McCaskill leading Akin by ten points, but her campaign is questioning the poll.
Polls stay open until 7 pm. Follow results this evening on KMOX.
Senate, Congressional races should lure Missourians to polling places.
Republican Senate primary, Clay-Carnahan showdown may generate localized interest.
Poll by Public Policy Polling