Sunday, on NBC’s Meet the Press, Gingrich said Todd Akin is the choice of the people of Missouri.
The bureau’s political action committee backed Akin over Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill by a 99 percent vote just three weeks ago.
The Farm Bureau’s Estil Fretwell says a majority of county Farm Bureau leaders want to reconsider the endorsement.
There have been no public calls for embattled Missouri U.S. Senate candidate Todd Akin to leave the race. But Akin faces a tight deadline if he decides to do so.
Millions of dollars have been spent in campaign ads linking McCaskill to President Obama’s policies.
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.
The contest is considered crucial to the GOP’s efforts to regain control of the U.S. Senate.
Former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin is starring in a new Missouri ad promoting the U.S. Senate campaign of Sarah Steelman.
The Fontbonne University KMOX Charlie Brennan Book Club meeting for May 2012 featured former U.S. Senator Bill Bradley.
“The House Republican transportation bill, which has failed three times to pass, would cut federal aid for highways to Illinois by 15 percent over the next five years.