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#BarklageCup 2015 Round 3 Results

#BarklageCup 2015 Round 3 Results

Bandwidth by the Barrel (1) Rosenbaum 52% vs. (13) Charton 48% – This is where the Cinderella story ends for Charton, who has likely raised more money for the Epilepsy Foundation than anyone else in the tourney and made a hell of a run. He has definitely secured a top seed looking ahead to the 2016

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Randles announcement likely coming next quarter

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Bev Randles may not have announced yet, but all signs indicate that the Sikeston-raised Chairwoman of the Missouri Club for Growth intends to become the only statewide-elected African-American Republican woman in the country. In fact, there is only one African-American Democratic woman currently holding a statewide office, and it’s Connecticut’s State

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#BarklageCup Round 2 Results

Bandwidth by the Barrel (1) Rosenbaum 58% vs. (9) Calhoun 42% – Close battle with the public radio grizzled veteran over coming the KMOX rising star. Kinda of reminds you of the battle of the news teams from Anchorman.   (5) Milhaven 48% vs. (13) Charton 52% – The Cinderella run continues for Charton. All


Webber announces Senate bid

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Rep. Stephen Webber (D-Columbia), announced this morning that he is running for State Senate District 19 in 2016 to replace termed candidate for attorney general and Senate Appropriations Chairman Sen. Kurt Schaefer (R-Columbia). Webber is the senior Democrat from Boone County. He is an attorney a former Marine Corps Sergeant who served


Haahr’s bill sparks debate over college campus discrimination

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri lawmakers will have to navigate a touchy debate on discrimination if they want to send HB104 to Gov. Jay Nixon’s desk, as evident by today’s lengthy and contentious hearing in the Senate. Springfield Rep. Elijah Haahr, a Republican, sponsors “The Student Freedom of Association Act.” Haahr and the bill’s supporters

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Grain Belt Express could come through Missouri with PSC approval

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Lawmakers frequently discuss ways to conserve the environment, but in Missouri, little action is taken. But one group is hoping Missouri regulators approve a project that allows them to them expand the state’s transmission grid in order to provide a cleaner, and hopefully cheaper energy to Missouri consumers. The Grain Belt

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#BarklageCup 2015: Round 1 Results

Bandwidth by the Barrel (1) Rosenbaum 53% vs. (16) Lester 47% – Excellent showing by Duane Lester and his growing following at the Missouri Torch. His support warrants a much higher seed in 2016, but Rosenbaum is an old hand at this and came away with a narrow win.   (8) Allman 49% vs. (9)