Tag: Catherine Hanaway

Austin Chambers: Missouri is the backdrop for another national political star

Missouri has been the backdrop for several of the nation’s leading political figures, from Jack Oliver to Joyce Aboussie to Jeff Roe, and in 2016, Missouri became a big part of the story of a new rising star in national politics: Austin Chambers. Chambers managed the campaign of Gov.-elect Eric […]

What does it take to make a successful transition of government?

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – It’s been one month since the general election in November, and statewide office transition teams have been working tirelessly in their efforts to prepare everything for the takeover in January. Office of Administration Commissioner Doug Nelson says that while this particular transition period comes with its […]

Hanaway joins Trump’s call to investigate Clinton Foundation

ST. LOUIS – Former House Speaker Catherine Hanaway has voiced her support for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s proposed investigation into Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State. Earlier this week, the Associated Press reported that many people who donated to the Clinton Foundation met or had phone calls with […]

Greitens wins Republican nomination for governor

ST. LOUIS – Just a year ago, former Navy SEAL and author Eric Greitens was a virtual unknown on the Missouri political scene. Now he’s the Republican nominee for the state’s highest elected office. Greitens defeated businessman John Brunner, Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder and former House Speaker Catherine Hanaway in […]

At This Week in Missouri Politics debate, candidates make final pitch

ST. LOUIS — Three of the Republican candidates for governor met for a final debate Sunday on This Week in Missouri Politics and they got their last chance to make an impression on television and social media. Businessman John Brunner, former House Speaker Catherine Hanaway and Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder […]

White House logs show five visits from Greitens during Obama administration

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — With visitor logs circulating on Twitter, the White House has become the latest battleground in the Republican primary for governor. This week conservative operatives on social media began distributing White House logs showing that Eric Greitens’ visited the White House multiple times during the Obama Administration, […]