Robin Carnahan

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Disclaimer Warns About Missouri Health Measure Lawsuit

The Missouri secretary of state’s office will warn local election officials about a legal dispute surrounding a health care proposal.



Arguments Today in MO Health Care Lawsuit

A Missouri judge is considering a lawsuit challenging the ballot language.


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Two Missouri Initiatives Qualify For November Ballot

Missouri voters will be asked in November to raise the state’s tobacco tax and let St. Louis run its own police department.


Mo. Lt. Governor Peter Kinder greeting seniors in St. Louis County

Kinder Challenging Missouri Ballot Summary

Kinder is scheduled to hold news conferences across the state Tuesday.


Robin Carnahan

Lawmakers Disagree With Summary of Missouri Ballot Issues

“[Carnahan] misuses her power to manipulate the process, and I believe that this is more evidence that she’s been a dishonest broker of partisan politics,” said Jim Lembke, R-St. Louis County.



St. Louis Online Gaming Company Accused of Fraud

Paul Schneider allegedly misrepresented himself and MVP Network, Inc. while offering and selling shares of stock in the company.


Missouri's State Manual

Missouri’s State Manual Now Online

Missouri lawmakers voted in 2010 to stop printing the manual, better known as the Blue Book.


Shane Schoeller

Missouri House Leader Joins Secretary of State Race

Incumbent Secretary of State Robin Carnahan announced last month she will not seek a third term.


Carnahan: Missouri Should Hold Presidential Primary

Missouri GOP recently decided to use a caucus process to pick its delegates to the national nominating convention.


Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan speaks during the 2010 Jefferson-Jackson Dinner in St. Louis on March 19, 2010.  UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Robin Carnahan Will Not Run For Reelection

Carnahan has severed as Missouri’s Secretary of State for the last 8 years.




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