As readers of this column, you will not be surprised that Governor Parson chose fellow Army veteran and his General Counsel Andrew Bailey to be the next Attorney General.
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Scott Faughn is the publisher of The Missouri Times, owner of the Clayton Times in Clayton; SEMO Times in Poplar Bluff; and host of the only statewide political television show, This Week in Missouri Politics.
Rep. Jon Patterson of Lee’s Summit was elected House Floor Leader in a closely fought contest with Rep. Michael Haffner of Cass Coutny.
In the last few days there is a movement afoot to encourage Senator Koenig run for Pro Tem instead of Floor Leader.
Scott Faughn fires up his F-150 and hits the road visiting with candidates, voters, consultants, and bar patrons around the state bringing you the best ground coverage leading up to Election Day.
Before the mid-term election, The Missouri Times Publisher, Scott Faughn takes to the road and visits with candidates, voters, and consultants in Missouri.
My latest This Week in Missouri Politics column: Plocher takes command to pass the agriculture bill.
The State of Missouri has an opening for Attorney General. The job requires experience in prosecution, politics, and government administration. The ideal candidate would commit to serving in the position for a while before seeking promotion, and it would be outstanding if the successful applicant focused more on dragging sex offenders, not school board members into court.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt rolled to a smashing victory in the U.S. Senate race with 45% of the vote. Congresswoman Hartzler came in second with 22%. In a change of pace, it was the woman beating Eric Greitens, instead of the other way around, he came in a distant third with a weak 18%.
To end the #F150CampaignTour I drove by the Jim the Wonder Dog Museum and then dropped into Bud’s Cafe to see what folks in Saline thought about Trump.
Short Sunday in the F150, but we did get to go to one of my favorite places in Missourah, St. Francois County. I used to love how Lt. Governor Kinder used to pronounce it. We pulled up to Kevin Engler Park for a Schmitt rally.