Kander Wins Secretary of State RaceIt was Democrat Jason Kander who came out on top Tuesday night, beating his fellow Missouri State Representative, Republican Shane Schoeller.
Mark Reardon: Presidential Race, State Rep. Shane Schoeller, & Becky SauerbrunnState Representative Shane Schoeller is the GOP nominee for Secretary of State in Missouri. St. Louis native Becky Sauerbrunn has just completed a national gold medal Olympic women's soccer victory tour.
Missouri's S.O.S. Race Picks Up SteamRepublican Shane Schoeller and Democrat Jason Kander seek to replace outgoing Robin Carnahan.
One Missouri Political Race Going To The DogsThe long-eared, droopy-eyed dog is starring in a campaign commercial.
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.
Hancock and Kelley: Voter ID, United Way, NRA Endorsement, Missouri Ethics Law
Hancock & Kelley - Friday, March 30thMichael Kelley with the STL Post-Dispatch's Tony Messener and St. Chas. County Exec. Steve Ehlmann talk with vacationing Hancock & Kelley co-host John Hancock; talk about the Missouri legislature, TIF money, and smoking bans; talk with Jeff Aboussie of the Building and Construction Trades Council about workers comp; talk with Mo. Hse. Speaker Pro Tem Shane Schoeller about a proposed birther law, which would require presidential and vice presidential candiates to provide birth certificates to be on the ballot; with MSD's Lance Lecomb about $4.7 billion for STL sewers; and with Harry Hamm about the new weekend movies and the Fox's "Bring It On".
The Mark Reardon Show: Voter ID, Valentine's Day Gifts, Baseball Legend
Missouri Republican Proposes Photo ID Requirement for VotersThe measure would requirement voters to show a photo ID at the polls before voting.
Missouri House Leader Joins Secretary of State Race Incumbent Secretary of State Robin Carnahan announced last month she will not seek a third term.
Disaster Tour Plans Stop in St. Louis FridayLawmakers ponder spending money from the state's Rainy Day Fund to deal with a year of disasters.