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RELEASE: U.S. term limits resolution advances in Missouri Legislature

Jefferson City, MO – United for Missouri’s Executive Director Carl Bearden praised the Missouri State Senate’s Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions, and Ethics Committee for recommending passage of Missouri’s U.S. Term Limit concurrent resolution (SCR14). SCR14 applies to Congress for the calling of an Article V convention of states to propose an amendment to the United

GPS Impact gains new managing director

WASHINGTON – Grassroots and media consulting firm GPS Impact has hired a new Brandon Davis to serve as the managing director for their Washington D.C. office. As managing director, Brandon Davis will be managing a national portfolio for the agency, as well as developing new business. Davis served as the chief of staff at the Democratic

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‘Liberal values’ haunting Kander in new attack ad

ST. LOUIS – U.S. Senator Roy Blunt’s campaign for re-election launched a new ad Tuesday critiquing Democratic opponent Secretary of Jason Kander for his “values.” For years, Jason Kander has been trying to make a liberal majority. “They’re going to call you pinkos, commies, lefties, activists, liberals, tree huggers. If you stay true to your values,

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Will Missouri Republicans turn the AG office over to MU?

There are a lot of things going great in the state of Missouri, but one institution that has been struggling by any definition is the University of Missouri – Columbia. If you have to create a committee to whitewash your problems, it’s kind of its own admission that there are major problems to start with.


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


Franklin County lets allegiances be known, although senate race is up in the air

WASHINGTON, Mo – As Franklin County Republicans entered the Washington Knights of Columbus Hall, they were greeted by supporters of both Rep. Dave Schatz, R-Sullivan, and Speaker of the House Tim Jones, R-Eureka. Schatz’s people passed out white stickers. Jones’ people handed out glossy pamphlets. Both Schatz and Jones spoke at the Franklin County Lincoln Day