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Gov. Eric Greitens announces his pick for the new COO. PHOTO/THE MISSOURI TIMES - BEN PETERS

Greitens found guilty of ethics violation

Greitens found guilty of ethics violation

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Eric Greitens and his campaign committee, Greitens for Missouri, have been fined $1,000 for failing to report the use of a fundraising list. The campaign financial reports have since been updating, showing an in-kind contribution of $600 from Daniel Laub, Greitens’ campaign manager. “No person acting as an agent of

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Greitens refills war chest after contentious primary

ST. LOUIS – After a four-way primary fight, Eric Greitens stood above his opponents victorious, but his win came at a price. Although he has raised a whopping total of $13.4 million, Greitens’ coffers got as low as $628,238 after the election, according to the cash on hand he reported in his “30-Day After Primary Election”

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Blunt and Kander race attracting national attention

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – While most statewide elections are still in primary season, Secretary of State Jason Kander’s bid for Sen. Roy Blunt’s seat in D.C. is in full swing, garnering national attention. After President Barack Obama lost Missouri in each of his two elections to the office of president, the traditional bellwether of Missouri, which

Kinder reports his largest amount raised yet in first quarter

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder filed and released his April quarterly report for Missourians for Peter Kinder on Thursday, showing his largest haul yet in his campaign for governor.. The report showed Kinder raised more than $328,000 during the first quarter of 2016 and has $624,521 in cash on hand. Not only is it the strongest

Eric Greitens speaks at a campaign event at the University of Missouri Oct. 1, 2015. (Travis Zimpfer/THE MISSOURI TIMES)

Greitens shows strong week of Missouri fundraising, but most coming from outside Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Republican candidate for Governor Eric Greitens is having a massive week of fundraising bringing in over $200,000 to his campaign over the last seven days. Greitens stresses his background as a former Navy SEAL in all of his public appearances, but he seems to have relied on his work in the

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100+ List: Part 5

We have compiled our 2015 list of the 100+ people in the Missouri public policy process you need to know. A few changes have been made this year – media and legislative staff are not included, unless they were engaged as a campaign consultant as well. By no means is this the complete list, and

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Kander’s #FergusonRebuild raises over $63k in first 24 hours

FERGUSON, Mo. – Secretary of State Jason Kander announced yesterday a partnership with his office, the Regional Business Council, North County Incorporated with the Reinvest North County Fund to create #FergusonRebuild. The initiative seeks to provide the area with non-governmental grants for businesses in Ferguson and surrounding areas. “Small businesses located in Ferguson, Dellwood and

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October 15 Filing Breakdown

Below find active candidate committees by the numbers, broken down by leadership, competitive campaigns, and the $50k+ Club. HOUSE LEADERSHIP Candidate Name Report District Party MOH Qtr Monetary Receipts Receipt Total MIKE CIERPIOT October Quarterly Report 30 REPUBLICAN $42,171.09 $28,175.00 $136,400.77 ASST MAJ LEADER DENNY HOSKINS October Quarterly Report 54 REPUBLICAN $48,586.57 $33,759.00 $34,159.00 SPEAKER

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Q&A: Emily Clark Parks

This is part of an ongoing series regarding Capitol connections to local politics. Emily Clark Parks won the Republican nomination after the death of the former Butler County Collector.   What is your background? What is your connection to the Capitol? What is your Republican involvement? I am a 6th generation Butler Countian.  I was raised

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