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With less than a month to go before the August primary elections, tensions in the St. Charles County state Senate race are escalating — with some conservative groups coming to the defense of the incumbent.
“Survivors will no longer have to suffer in silence. They will finally have the resources and support needed to find closure.”
At least 27,890 Missourians have tested positive for coronavirus.
Clem Smith said his focus is on flipping seats from red to blue, aggressively supporting Medicaid expansion efforts, and promoting participation in the U.S. Census.
The race is between state Rep. Elaine Gannon; owner of Scism Ford, Kent Scism; and Joshua Barrett, a veteran who is a part-time employee of the Mineral Area College Police Department.
Auditor Nicole Galloway hauled in more than $1.1 million in the last quarter with no in-person fundraisers amid the global health crisis, her campaign said.
State Sen. Paul Wieland issued a “travel advisory” to his constituents over the weekend, warning them not to travel to or through St. Louis.
Former high school teacher Connor Nowalk is running for a Kansas City-area House seat with a focus on public education.
It turns out any plans to cancel the traditional Governor’s Ham Breakfast at this year’s Missouri State Fair was just some hogwash.