After working on digital media for numerous campaigns, Ashley Aune is ready to start a campaign of her own.
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State Rep. Matt Sain decided to forgo a re-election bid for his Kansas City seat after just one term in the General Assembly.
Here's a running look at how coronavirus concerns and precautions are impacting state and local governments and more.
An offender who was being monitored for a respiratory condition has tested positive for coronavirus, the Missouri Department of Corrections said.
As state Rep. Joe Runions remains hospitalized after testing positive for coronavirus, the Kansas City-area Democrat said his concern is with hospitals and their staff during this time.
As the country continues to grapple with the global pandemic and growing needs for additional medical supplies, Anheuser-Busch has created hand sanitizer for its employees and others across the country.
With Missouri’s presidential primary elections less than one week away — and as the field of Democratic candidates quickly tapers — U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ campaign has opened several new offices in Missouri.
Democratic state Sen. John Rizzo is the newest minority floor leader following the resignation of Sen. Gina Walsh.
Kansas City teacher Maggie Nurrenbern credits her high school students with fueling her decision to jump into the race to represent HD 15 in the General Assembly.
Missouri House leadership immediately condemned Kansas City-area Republican Steve West who entered a state House race this week.