Wisconsin Governor in Town for GOP RallyScott Walker tells crowd the party faithful need to get behind Donald Trump and also vote to keep a Republican majority on Capitol Hill.
Worlds Collide During Annual Midwest US-Japan Association ConferenceMidwestern governors and Japanese government officials are meeting for the 48th annual Midwest US-Japan Association Conference.
Night Vision with Jon Grayson - June 20th, 2014
Mark Reardon: Actor Bob Odenkirk & Wisconsin Governor Scott WalkerActor Bob Odenkirk discusses his role in the new movie "Nebraska" and what it was like playing Saul Goodman in "Breaking Bad."
Spence Says Nixon Is `Tool Of Special Interests' The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry is supporting Spence's campaign for governor. But Spence says he doesn't view that as a special interest.
Wis. Gov. Walker Cancels Spence Campaign Trip Walker had been scheduled to headline a pair of fundraisers Monday in Kansas City and St. Louis for gubernatorial candidate Dave Spence.
Wisconsin Governor Walker To Aid SpenceSpence is running against Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon in the Nov. 6 election.
New Illinois Congressional Map Could Lead to Contested ElectionsKent Redfield, who is a longtime Illinois political observer, says it’s obvious the state will vote for President Obama, but Illinois will be crucial in the makeup of the House.
TIAM Weekend: Wisconsin Decision & Missouri's EconomyIs there any particular reason why the State of Missouri economy is lagging?
Total Information PM: Facebook's age limits & Wisconsin' recallFacebook is looking at ways to allow kids, who under the age of 13, to legitimately use the social networking site.
3 GOP Hopefuls To Appear at NRA Event in St. LouisMore than 60,000 people have registered for the April 13-15 gathering at the America's Center convention center, and that the number is expected to grow with late registrations.
Union Membership Surges Among Illinois State EmployeesIn the past eight years, more than 10,000 state employees have joined unions, a four-fold increase over the previous eight years.

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