Tag: chairman

Missouri GOP selects Todd Graves as next chairman

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Just two months after a historic election for the Missouri Republican Party, the Missouri Republican State Committee elected its new officers. The GOP swept all seven statewide elections this past November, all while retaining their supermajorities in the House and Senate – a testament to the efforts […]

Senate Leader Names Senate Committee Chairmen

Revamped Committees and Committee Assignments Also Announced for the 2017 Legislative Session JEFFERSON CITY— Senate Leader Ron Richard, R-Joplin, announced today 21 Senate committees that will hold public hearings and draft legislation this session. This year, the committees have been restructured to better hear testimony on the issues that are […]

Hancock not running for MRP party chair in 2017

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – After presiding over one of the most successful election cycles for Republicans in a generation, Missouri Republican Party Chairman John Hancock announced Thursday night that he would not re-election to the position. However, Hancock said he made the decision not to run long ago, just after he was […]

Temple re-elected as Missouri Democratic Party Chair

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Democratic State Committee today re-elected Roy Temple as Chair of the Missouri Democratic Party. He was first elected to the position in 2013. Temple is a veteran political and public affairs strategist based in Kansas City. Highlights from his previous Missouri political experience include serving […]

Krodinger prioritizes efficiency with CON committee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Appointed in 2010, William Krodinger is the current chairman of the Missouri Health Services Review Committee, which oversees the bi-monthly Certificate of Need meetings. Certificates of Need (CON) are an effort to contain costs, improve quality and increase access for many of Missouri’s major health care […]