Missouri Republican Party

Ed Martin (edmartinformissouri.com)

New Missouri GOP Chair Aims To Highlight Differences

“Look, the Democrats are very worried because they’re bankrupt. Their vision as a party is a bankrupt party,” Ed Martin said.

01/09/2013

Ed Martin (edmartinformissouri.com)

Ed Martin Takes Reins of Missouri GOP

Former Congressional and attorney general candidate promises to protect and strengthen party’s conservative message.

01/05/2013

KMOX/Tanya Sinkovits

Wagner Wins In Second Congressional District

Wagner cruised to an expected win over Democrat Glenn Koenen after building up a large fundraising advantage in Missouri’s 2nd district.

11/06/2012

Ann Wagner

Wagner Wins Missouri’s Second District Primary

Wagner was favored in the race which had become overshadowed by the hotly-contested 1st District race as well as the equally contentious Republican Senate primary race.

08/07/2012

J.D. Pooley/Getty Images

MO GOP Voting on Delegates Today

24 of the state’s 52 delegates will be selected today.

04/21/2012

A 2012 Republican presidential caucus in St. Louis County. (KMOX/Brad Choat)

Less Than 1% Turnout For Mo. GOP Caucuses

AP analysis shows 17,576 Missourians took part in caucuses; 252,185 voted in an earlier non-binding GOP primary.

04/15/2012

Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul makes a point while addressing a crowd of supporters on the campus of Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri on March 10, 2012. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Paul Wins St. Louis City, Jackson County Caucuses

Delegates picked at local level will go to congressional district meeting in late April.

03/25/2012

(KMOX/Michael Calhoun)

Still No Decision on New St. Charles Caucuses

The meeting was not made public.

03/22/2012

politics

Missouri Republican Primary Adds Three

The three newcomers are Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachman, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman and businessman Keith Drummond, of Katy, Texas.

11/11/2011

GOP Republican Gubernatorial hopeful Bill Randles

Underdog Republican Believes He Can Beat Nixon, Kinder Can’t

Randles argues that to win the GOP needs a candidate who will energize Bible belt voters in southwest Missouri.

09/12/2011

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