Missouri Primary Voter Turnout Lower Than ExpectedAbout 24.8 percent of voters participated, which is lower than expected.
Report: Rauner Campaign Used Gift Cards to Help Get Out VoteIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner's campaign handed out thousands of dollars in gift cards to people who helped get supporters to the polls during the November election, prompting questions about transparency.
Rick Stream Begins Preparing for November ElectionAfter his victory Tuesday in the Republican primary for St. Louis County Exeuctive, Rick Stream is answering questions he's likely to face in the general election.
Stenger Remains Confident in Final Hours Before ElectionThe challenger to St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley in Tuesday's Democratic primary is reacting to accusations of "push polling" by the Dooley campaign. The Missouri Political News Service reported Saturday that it obtained a copy of a script for calls out to county residents that suggests candidate Steve Stenger defends sex trafficking.
High Court Reviews Mo. Ballot Initiatives Initiatives include whether to raise the minimum wage, increase tobacco taxes and limit interest rates on payday loans.
Brunner Picks Up U.S. Chamber Endorsement for SenateThe chamber said Tuesday it's backing Brunner because his private-sector experience in cutting spending and balancing a budget.
Anti Union Business Group Centers on ElectionsThe "Coalition to Protect Missouri Jobs," opposes union organizers access to the phone numbers and email addresses of employees at specific companies
Federal Lawsuit Dropped on Redrawn Senate DistrictsDismissal of the federal lawsuit brings some clarity to a chaotic redistricting process just two weeks before the deadline for candidates to file for this year's elections.
Times Up, But is it for Missouri PoliticansInitially they had decided on bumping term limits up to 12 years in each chamber but decided four more would be better.
McCaskill MIA at Obama FundraiserDoes she stand beside Obama, or does she separate herself on the theory that she stands a better chance of winning on her own?

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