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Twitter Interview: Catherine Hanaway, gubernatorial candidate

Twitter Interview: Catherine Hanaway, gubernatorial candidate

In an effort to provide more in-depth coverage of the ongoing political party conferences, The Missouri Times started conducting interviews on Twitter of prominent party figures. One of the first was an interview with former Missouri House speaker and 2016 Missouri gubernatorial candidate Catherine Hanaway. You can follow her on twitter @HanawayforGov. See the interview below:

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Twitter Interview: John Hancock, MRP Chairman

In an effort to provide more in-depth coverage of the ongoing political party conferences, The Missouri Times started conducting interviews on Twitter of prominent party figures. One of the first was an interview with newly elected Missouri Republican Party Chairman and political consultant John Hancock. You can follow the chairman @johnrhancock on Twitter. See the

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Kander announces United States Senate bid

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Missouri’s Secretary of State and youngest elected statewide official in the country Jason Kander announced today he is running for United States Senate in 2016 against Republican Senator Roy Blunt. The announcement was made in a video on Kander’s political website. The video, which takes viewers through a slightly emotional journey, takes

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2016 Statewide Tip Sheet

JEFFERSON CITY — Now that the 2015 legislative session has started the 2016 announcements are already flying and speculation is ramping up. The Missouri Times decided to update our statewide tip sheet. U.S. Senate Republicans Senator Roy Blunt. Senator Blunt’s team doesn’t make mistakes that make him vulnerable to a serious challenge from either side. He has

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Voters in 2016 could see a long ballot

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – If everyone were to miraculously succeed, the 2016 ballot could be one of the longest seen in Missouri’s history, but the process of getting a measure on the ballot is brutal. Just under 4% of all proposed constitutional measures from either initiative petitions or legislative proposals make it to the ballot.

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Hancock faces new challengers in MRP Chairman race

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Republican Party will need to elect a new chairman in a few short weeks, and front runner John Hancock has two new challengers in the race. Early this week Ed Martin, the current MRP Chair, formally confirmed that he would not seek re-election to the post, opting instead to

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Martin will not seek MRP Chairman post

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Ed Martin, the Chairman of the Missouri Republican Party, will not seek another term in the post, and will become President of the conservative group Eagle Forum. “I have been honored and humbled this weekend to learn that the Board of Eagle Forum and Phyllis Schlafly have asked me to be

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Kraus’ website releases new video on military service

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Sen. Will Kraus released a new video on his campaign website today in which the candidate for Missouri Secretary of State “reflects on his military service.” Kraus, who has already declared his candidacy for 2016, appears to be preparing to face Secretary of State Jason Kander — who frequently touts his

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January ethics reports few and far between

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Former Speaker of the House and U.S. Attorney Catherine Hanaway was eager to release her fundraising numbers -$1.42 million in 2014 – and liberal groups were even more eager to analyze them yesterday. As the 15th of January came and went, many expected to see an influx of campaign reporting, but

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Is Bart Korman running for governor?

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Maybe. According the the Missouri Ethics Committee website, on November 29, 2014 Rep. Bart Korman, R-High Hill, modified his 2016 state representative campaign plans and has put his name in the running for governor. His office presented this statement when addressed about Rep. Korman’s potential in the 2016 governor race: “Representative

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