AGO responds, again, to allegation that Hawley misused public funds

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Attorney General’s Office has again responded to the allegation that Josh Hawley used public resources to aid his successful...

Sifton making moves to become the Democratic frontrunner for governor

As the 2018 campaign wore on, there were rumblings that state Senator Scott Sifton was looking ahead to a potential 2020 campaign for governor....

30 day post 2018 general filings: PACs and campaign committees

Here are the 30 day after 2018 general filing reports for political action and campaign committees. You can scroll across the tables to see...

30 day post 2018 general filings: State Auditor

Here are the 30 day after 2018 general filing reports for those seeking election as Missouri’s Auditor. You can scroll across the tables to...

30 day post 2018 general filings: Missouri House

Here are the 30 day after 2018 general filing reports for those seeking election to Missouri’s House. You can scroll across the tables to...

30 day post 2018 general filings: Missouri Senate

Here are the 30 day after 2018 general filing reports for those seeking election to Missouri’s Senate. You can scroll across the tables to...

How Parson helped turn the tide by November

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — One of the first among many challenges for Governor Mike Parson, when he took office in June, was to change...
Raise up Missouri turns in signatures for initiative petition (ALISHA SHURR/THE MISSOURI TIMES).

More proposed initiative petitions filed with Secretary of State’s Office

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — One initiative petition filed in Missouri for the 2020 general election wants women to be advised they have the right...

Nasheed to run for Board of Aldermen president

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Sen. Jamilah Nasheed announced on Monday that she has filed to run for Board of Aldermen president for the City...
Clean Missouri turns in signatures for initiative petition (ALISHA SHURR/THE MISSOURI TIMES).

What voter-approved Clean Missouri changes and does not change

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — At the start of November, Missourians overwhelming decided to overhaul the current ethics system in the General Assembly and replace it...

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