KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday called his state's ethics laws among the weakest in the nation and urged the Legislature to change that in its next session.
Republicans in Washington are tired of losing otherwise winnable elections, tired of being pushed around by outside conservative groups interested in purity over pragmatism, and tired of poll numbers that show their party is far less popular than ...
Scott Brown appears ready pick up his electoral career in New Hampshire. The notion has been in the air since the spring, but only recently has it begun to seduce the imaginations of local power brokers.
After 2010 and 2012, Republican officials were committed to a smarter approach to winning back the Senate in 2014. It's not going well.
Bay State Republicans have lost 92 contests in a row and picked off just 2 of 294 Democratic-held Massachusetts U.S. House seats since 1944.
Dr. Jill Young, a professor in the Harrison College of Business, has brought electronic voting machines to Southeast Missouri State University.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – As Boeing comes to the state of Missouri seeking up a tax incentive packaged valued at more than $1.7 billion, Missouri lawmakers have likely not forgotten when the company came to their own financial aid in… ...