African-American Voters Changing Allegiances as Republican Leadership RisesSome in the Republican party in the city of St. Louis are hoping the candidacy of Andrew Jones, an African-American utility company executive, will cause other African Americans to rethink their allegiance to the Democratic party.
Tim Kaine References Midwestern Roots at Clinton UnveilingU.S. Senator quotes Truman in speech on why he wants to be next vice president
Presidential Candidate Visits FergusonBusinessman Willie Wilson of Chicago says he offers an alternative to Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders
Daley Drops Out of Ill. Gubernatorial RaceWilliam Daley has pulled out of the race, saying that even though he had been around politics all his life, he didn’t realize how big a task being a candidate would be.
Roy Temple to Lead Missouri Democrats Lee's Summit man formerly served as chief of staff for Gov. Mel Carnahan & Sen. Jean Carnahan
Mass. Gov. Headed to St. LouisDeval Patrick will be keynote speaker at Democrats annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner.
Slay Defeats Reed, Matthews In Bid For Fourth TermThe decisive Democratic primary was marred by accusations of bribery and bitter racial divides.
George McGovern Had St. Louis TiesFormer South Dakota Senator who died Sunday was a friend of Tom Eagleton's, member of Stan Musial Society.
Cardinal Dolan Will Give Benediction at Republican National Convention"When did the government get in the business of defining for us the extent of our ministry?" Dolan asked earlier this year.
Missouri Dems Look West For New Party ChairJackson County Executive Mike Sanders picked to lead in 2012.
Ethics Commission After T.D. El-Amin The commission found El-Amin didn't properly account for tens of thousands of dollars in contributions and expenses and treated campaign accounts like a cash machine.
Another Emerging Political Dynasty? Son of southern Illinois congressman, Jerry Costello II was sworn in Monday to fill a vacant seat in the Illinois House.