Senator Jamilah Nasheed Running for Board of AldermenNasheed outlined a number of ideas for the 2019 election.
4 Broadcasters With KMOX Ties Named Ford C. Frick Award FinalistsThe annual award is named in memory of Hall of Famer Ford C. Frick, renowned sportswriter, radio broadcaster, National League president and Baseball Commissioner.
Ill A.G. Not Seeking Re-ElectionIn the statement she says it's time to seek a ``new challenge.''
New Contenders Announce Competition for McCaskill, RaunerTwo new candidates have announced they'll run against the current Missouri Senator and Illinois Governor in 2018
Three Races, Only One Vote in KinochThere were three seats on the Kinloch Fire Board on the ballot on Tuesday, and only vote.
First State Wide Election After Voter ID Law Starts this Morning55 counties in Missouri have something to vote on today, and they'll need an ID
Jeff Co. Executive Won't Run for Re-ElectionKen Waller released a statement yesterday thanking God, his wife and the people in the county for their support.
Jay Ashcroft Explains Why He Will Cooperate with Voter Fraud Investigation 44 states are saying they won't comply; Missouri is one of one three saying it will.
Special Election Puts Voter ID Law to the TestMissouri's new Voter ID law, which is already under court challenge, could get its first real-life test July 11th.
Mayor Krewson Calls Voter ID "Over-Reach"Missouri's new Voter ID Law, which is already under a court challenge, is being called "an over-reach" by St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson.
2 Groups File Lawsuit to Halt Missouri's Voter ID LawThe suit alleges that Missouri has failed to provide funding for voter education, free voter IDs for those who need them, and training for poll workers.
Congressman Clay Speaks Out on Local, National IssuesCongressman Lacy Clay is pitching his own unique plan for dealing with the controversial statue in Forest Park that depicts a Confederate soldier going off to the Civil War.

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