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New contribution limits affect fundraising quarter ending

New contribution limits affect fundraising quarter ending

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Due to newly implemented campaign contribution laws passed during the November election, fundraising efforts for state candidates adapt to adhere to the new parameters that have been set. On April 3, 2017, the fundraising quarter for candidates will cease as local government prepares for the 2018 election process. According to the


TWMP: Veto session, the gun bill and the 2016 Governor’s race

On This Week in Missouri Politics, host Scott Faughn talks with Sen. Dave Schatz, R-Sullivan, to talk about the passage of the controversial “gun bill,” the agricultural disaster bill, and the photo voter ID bill during Wednesday’s veto session. They also discuss the governor’s race and his thoughts on Eric Greitens’ statements on “corruption” by

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TWMP: John Brunner and transparency

On Sunday’s episode of This Week in Missouri Politics, John Brunner takes the stage as the show continues the series focusing on gubernatorial candidates. Brunner said on the campaign trail, the overwhelming concern Missourians hold is jobs and the economy. Brunner responds to the attack ad which started airing this week, calling for committee transparency.

Bingaman going full-time at Public Eye

ST. LOUIS – Angela Bingaman, an established Democratic fundraiser from St. Louis, will be joining Richard Callow’s St. Louis Public Eye full-time. Bingaman will be maintaining her fundraising clients as she enters her full-time role, which will include public relations. She looks forward to using the position as a creative outlet for her strong creative

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TWMP talks LTG race, Greitens, Right-to-Work

On this weekend’s This Week in Missouri Politics, host Scott Faughn welcomes his featured guest, Bev Randles, a Republican candidate for lieutenant governor and a former chairman on the Missouri Club for Growth. They will talk about why she’s running for lieutenant governor and the value she sees in the office. Later Faughn sits down