Republican

Missouri Caucus
10:23 am
Fri March 16, 2012

Missouri Caucuses Muddy The Waters

Votes are tallying as people stand to vote for the Tea Party slate of candidates.
Frank Morris KCUR

The path Missouri Republicans have taken in choosing a presidential nominee has been as twisty as an Ozark mountain road. The caucus phase starts in the Ozark foothills of southwest Missouri.

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Government
3:26 pm
Tue January 3, 2012

Preview: Missouri Legislative Session

Missouri lawmakers return to Jefferson City on Wednesday for the start of this year’s legislative session. 2011 was marked by House and Senate Republicans fighting with each other over tax credits and redistricting, while still managing to take pot shots at Democratic Governor Jay Nixon’s handling of the state budget.

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Politics
6:05 pm
Thu December 8, 2011

Political Pundits: Predictions About The Republican Presidential Pack

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The weather may be frosty, but the search for a Republican presidential nominee is anything but.  We're only weeks away from the Iowa caucuses, yet no one person is leading the pack.

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KCUR News
6:41 am
Wed August 4, 2010

Blunt beats Purgason, prepares to battle Carnahan

In the race to replace retiring Missouri Senator Kit Bond, Roy Blunt, a congressman from southwest Missouri, won a nine-way Republican Senate primary over tea party contender Chuck Purgason. Blunt had 71 percent of the vote to Purgason's 13 percent. But Purgason says the race was worth the effort.

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