Here’s a look at Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe’s career so far, from mid-Missouri businessman to a gubernatorial hopeful.
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Roy Blunt has served Missouri in the U.S. Senate since 2011. On March 8, 2021, he announced he would not seek re-election to his seat.
Instead of making a bid for Roy Blunt’s U.S. Senate seat in 2022, Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe said he will run for governor in 2024.
"I think voters should be concerned if you have a robust primary where there’s a whole bunch of disagreement on a whole range of issues but a unanimous opinion on the issue of abortion."
After the announcement that U.S. Senator Roy Blunt will not run for another term, Rep. Phil Christofanelli praised the senator’s career.
Eric Schmitt is expected to officially enter the U.S. Senate race to replace outgoing Senator Roy Blunt, sources close to the attorney general said.
“I very much appreciate and respect the career of Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri.”
After a decades-long career in public service for Missouri, U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt announced Monday he would be leaving his Senate seat in 2022.
After a long career in politics in both the statehouse and on Capitol Hill, U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt will not be seeking re-election next year.
Members of Missouri’s congressional delegation called on the federal government to investigate the energy issues gripping the Midwest.