MSU is building upon its foundation and successes to offer its students the best education possible, President Clif Smart said.
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Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft hopes to see voter ID and hand-marked paper ballots at polling places in the future.
In the wake of Senate Republicans’ battle over rules and tradition, Sen. Bill White said he would take the lead on drawing a clear process.
The LGBTQ history display remains absent from the Capitol, a situation Sen. Lincoln Hough said should have been handled very differently.
As he campaigns for U.S. Senate, Attorney General Eric Schmitt said voters want to see an experienced Republican take the spot.
Senate Majority Floor Leader Caleb Rowden said it was important for the fourth congressional district to see someone ready to take the lead.
The General Assembly may need to become involved in school mask mandates in the future, Gov. Mike Parson said.
With several contenders vying for U.S. Senator Roy Blunt’s position, former seat holder Kit Bond said Missouri needed a strong successor.
These projections are subject to change radically after redistricting. However, here's a look at where we stand now.