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Phil Bredesen, 74, a candidate for U.S. Senate. ... However, neither of those campaigns came close to matching the results of Jason ... When we refuse to consider a new generation of candidates, we get what we've bought: More of the same. ... director of the Harold Ford for U.S. Senate Campaign in 2006.
Eric Greitens' push to oust Missouri's top education official appears to ... But this summer the governor's campaign paid for charter school ... He and Greitens were White House fellows in 2005-2006 under then-President George W. Bush. ... On Monday, the Republican leaders of the Missouri Senate and ...

Now Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, accused of assaulting teenage girls when he was in his 30s, is waving that same alternative ...
Roy Blunt of Missouri is part of an ad-hoc group of senators addressing ... Congress had previously been wracked by allegations that Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama several decades ago ... His accuser said that on a USO trip in 2006, Franken had kissed her against her will. .... campaign finance ...
Missouri politicians weigh in on allegations against Sen. ... Al Franken forcibly kissed her during a 2006 USO tour. ... farther, commenting that the senator should resign from his Senate seat. .... of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions to organizations that supported the senator directly or indirectly.
... getting $30,000 from her - representing the campaign aid she has received ... A Republican challenger for the Senate, Missouri Attorney General Josh ... that Franken groped and kissed her during a 2006 USO tour to the Middle East. ... $10,000 to each of her Senate campaigns, including the current one.
Stassen was best-known for his streak of presidential campaigns and his races ... a wholly unexpected campaign for a vacant Missouri Senate seat. ... On two consecutive Sunday mornings in early 2006, Turk was at his Lee's ...
Justus also appears to be inheriting James' campaign infrastructure. ... The field of candidates is already elbow-to-elbow and likely to grow: Mayor ... former chair of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission. .... was cold calling attorneys, trying to raise money for her first senate campaign.
Meet Alabama's new renegade Republican senate candidate 6:24 ... This year he called it a "false religion" and in 2006 wrote that Rep. ... Senate nominee from Missouri whose "legitimate rape" remark derailed his campaign.
Pro-Trump candidate in Missouri pairs images of a riot with warnings on immigration ... Republican Courtland Sykes' Senate campaign video includes an ... than eight years, including a tour in Iraq in 2006 and 2007, he said.
What's at stake in the battle for Jeff Sessions' old Senate seat ... A first round of voting failed to yield a majority for a single candidate. Now, the top two candidates are competing for the GOP nomination in ... He ran for lieutenant governor in 2006 and won the Republican primary, but lost the general election.
President Trump at a campaign rally in support of Sen. ... Trump's preferred candidate, Sen. ... he even went so far as to challenge the incumbent Republican governor in a 2006 primary. Moore's ... Mo Brooks in the first round.
The prospect of an Upton Senate campaign is already generating interest ... but he sure is beginning to act like a candidate for U.S. Senate, and I'll begin to act ... remains a popular spot for declared and prospective candidates to mingle ... House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California, Missouri Gov.
Republican voters will go to the polls on September 26th to select the state's US Senator to replace Jeff Sessions, who President Trump ...
His campaigns over the last 11 years regularly feature strong .... Strange became a candidate for the job when Pryor became a U.S. Circuit Judge in 2004. But the attorney didn't mount his own campaign until 2006, when he ran for the ... Mo Brooks - who challenged Strange in this year's Senate primary ...

One ad for a 2018 congressional candidate shows him wearing a T-shirt with an ... the party used in 2006 when roughly 50 veterans ran with mixed results. ... Nonetheless, Democrats hope veteran candidates can inoculate themselves against specific GOP attacks. Last year, Missouri Republican Sen.
Asked whether she was excited about Clinton's book tour, Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) ... read an email from Sanders die-hard (and Clinton's 2006 Senate primary ... mass PR campaign in prep for the corporate #Dems next candidate. ... the book tour, eager to tie Democratic candidates to their unpopular ...
Federal Prosecutors alleged Wednesday that Sen. ... doctor's private jet and hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign cash, ... at least as far as 2006, shortly after Menendez entered the Senate. ... Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) ...
Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., speaks to the media following a town hall meeting in ... gears up for a 2018 re-election campaign that national Republicans are saying ... Republicans have chided Democrats for voting in 2006 to back ...
In her two elections, including the big Democratic wave of 2006, .... Each of the three successful GOP presidential campaigns this ... In 2018, Democrats are defending Senate seats in 10 states that Trump won. ... I needed to quit looking at a campaign in Missouri as it occurred only along the I-70 corridor.
2 and 3, 2006, when President George W. Bush arrived in Springfield to campaign for Sen. ... 2, after campaigning earlier in the day for candidates in Nevada and ... Barack Obama never made it to the city during his eight years in office, although Springfield was one of his last stops as a candidate in 2008.
Billy Long, said Long, R-Missouri, asked President Trump to come to southwest Missouri. ... Mike Pence, then a candidate, held a rally in downtown Springfield. .... Trump's last campaign-style rally was earlier this week in Phoenix. ... both visited Springfield in support of Republican Senate candidates.".
All of the 33 Senate incumbents up for reelection next year are running for ... Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, and West Virginia, but otherwise hold .... Corker's first election in 2006, during the Democrats' last good midterm, was ... like the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee likely just won't have ...
Sen. McCaskill reaching out to rural Missouri ahead of election ... as she gears up for a competitive re-election campaign in 2018. ... McCaskill tried to make inroads in rural Missouri during her successful 2006 and 2012 campaigns, too. ... areas, saying she's not the best candidate for voters in those places.
In 2006 he ran for Missouri state representative. In 2008 it was governor ... Blunt" campaign to unseat Senator Roy Blunt. The AP wire picked up ...
The two candidates arrived at this point by finishing in the top two spots in the Aug. ... primary finishers if no candidate wins a majority of the initial vote. ... As Liz Mair, a Republican campaign operative, said on twitter: "Alabama Senate race [is] ... Mo Brooks' (R, AL-5) support during the primary, where the ...
"It's shaping up to be McConnell, the Senate Leadership Fund and the Chamber ... Court, but he also lost two primary campaigns for governor, in 2006 and 2010. ... Mo Brooks, R-Ala., who came in third in the first round of primary voting, ... In a sign of fights to come, the two Republican candidates are now ...
"Now we're in the Trump era, where anything goes," said David Kochel, a Republican strategist from Iowa who helped lead Jeb Bush's presidential campaign. "He's always been consistent with these extreme ... King dropped out of Northwest Missouri State ...
With the US Senate race coming up in 2018, the panel on the last episode of This Week in Missouri politics speculated as to who exactly would run against U.S.
Mr. King dropped out of Northwest Missouri State University to run a construction contracting business, and ran for the State Senate in 1996 when he first cottoned to the idea of an English-only America, something he would push for legislatively ...
The bill cleared the state House of Representatives last week and now heads to the Senate for consideration. The screening would cost $5 to $7 per test, which ... New York launched its program in 2006, and three other states -- Missouri, Kentucky and ...
Casey Cagle is a likely GOP candidate and Ralston also seemed to take a veiled shot at his potential primary rival and his conflict with other members of the state Senate leadership, saying that in the House, "You can't say you have a divided ...
You can try to overstate the dire shape the Democratic party is in, but it's not very easy. Since 2009, the party has lost control of the Senate, House, most governors' mansions, and the presidency. It is about to lose the Supreme Court for a ...
Tom Lopach, who headed up the Senate Democrats' campaign arm in 2016, said that while the map looks tough, "when you look at the particular Democratic candidates, these are people who know their states backwards and forwards and who have run hard and ...
The Conways got to know Donald Trump after they bought a condo in Trump World Tower near the United Nations in New York in 2001 and Kellyanne joined the condo board in 2006. She produced her first ... Todd Akin, the Missouri Senate candidate who lost ...
1997: The Notorious B.I.G., the rapper best known for songs such as "Big Poppa," "Mo money Mo Problems," "Hypnotize" and "One More Chance," is killed by an unidentified assailant in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles.
Braun was one of the "year of the woman" candidates in 1992 who decided to run for higher office after Anita Hill's testimony during Clarence Thomas' confirmation hearings.
In a nutshell, the Electoral College forces candidates to take positions that are less geographically and ideologically narrow than would be the case under the popular vote scenario.
Republicans haven't offered up their candidate yet, but Democrats, who lost every statewide office up for grabs in November's election, are getting a head start.
Since 2006, the bill has passed 35 state legislative chambers in 23 rural, small, medium, large, Democratic, Republican and purple states with 261 electoral votes, including one house in Arizona (11), Arkansas (6), Maine (4), Michigan (16), Nevada (6 ...
Poersch and Schumer know each other well -- Poersch served as executive director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee under then-DSCC Chairman Schumer, helping Democrats take the Senate in 2006 and notch a 60-vote supermajority in 2008. SMP ...
The race has attracted 18 candidates, and if no candidate gets 50 percent of the vote in the April 18 all-party primary - a virtual impossibility - the top two finishers, regardless of party, will advance to a June 20 runoff.
Jason Kander, the liberal former Missouri secretary of state who out-performed Clinton by 8 percentage points on the 2016 ballot and came within inches of ousting Republican Sen. ... Then, rather than using ideological litmus tests, the party recruited ...
In elections in which the winner is the candidate receiving the most votes throughout the entire jurisdiction served by that office, historical evidence shows that there is no massive proliferation of third-party candidates and candidates do not win ...
Republican Wayne Allard, then a U.S. senator from Colorado, left, introduces Neil Gorsuch at a nomination hearing to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit in June 2006. ... President Trump nominated federal Judge Neil M. Gorsuch on Tuesday to ...
In 2009, she co-sponsored the education Begins at Home Act with former Sen. Kit Bond (R-MO) to provide federal funding for home visiting programs.
2006: Actor Don Knotts, best known for his portrayal of Barney Fife on the 1960s sitcom "The Andy Griffith Show" and landlord Ralph Furley on the sitcom "Three's Company," dies of lung cancer at age 81 in Los Angeles, California.
In 2010, he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of entering federal property under false pretenses after trying to tamper with the phones in Louisiana Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu's office. He called that episode a "huge misunderstanding" and defended ...


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