Sanders Says Clinton Does Not Have 'Insurmountable Lead'Sanders said in the interview he would not seek a recount of results in Tuesday's primary in Missouri, saying it was ``unlikely the results will impact at all the number of delegates the candidate gets and I would prefer to save the taxpayers of Missouri some money.''
Clinton, Trump Squeak By in Missouri PrimariesAccording to the Missouri Secretary of State's unofficial results, Clinton won 49.6 percent (310,602 votes) to Sanders' 49.3 percent (309,071 votes), and Trump won 40.8 percent (382,093 votes) to Cruz's 40.6 percent (380,367 votes).
Moving Missouri's PrimaryHouse approves date change from August to June. Senate gets bill next.
Primary Voting is UnderwayThe top of the ballot features the U.S. Senate race.
A Clay-Carnahan Primary Could Get Ugly "It's going to be hard, it's going to be nasty, it's going to be ugly, everything that people don't like about politics, this race is going to embody that."
Santorum in St. Charles Tonight"For the first time in the state of Missouri we have a head to head match up with Mitt Romney."
Missouri Primary Next WeekThe Secretary of State's office said the primary will cost Missouri taxpayers $7 million for what will be a non-binding vote on the Republican side.
President On the Missouri Primary Ballot Obama filed to run in the Missouri primary this week. Eight Republican candidates also have filed for Missouri's primary so far.
Missouri Moves Forward With Election To Decide Little Missouri taxpayers will pay several million dollars to hold a presidential primary next year, but the outcome is not going to make much difference in picking the president.