BREAKING NEWS – MO Senator Bond will NOT seek re-election
Sorry to push everyone’s hard work down, but I thought everyone would want to know about this. There was no open thread at the time. After 40 Years of Public Service to Missouri Bond Will Not Seek Reelection Senator Calls for Republicans and Democrats to Work Together, Put Missouri First JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Today, in an address before the Missouri General Assembly, U.S. Senator | Read More »
Central MO Young Republicans eNews – Jan. 1, 2009
Central Missouri Young Republicans eNews – Thursday, January 1, 2009 Happy New Year! For all those in the Show-Me State, and beyond, these are some of the items going on in mid-Missouri, specifically Columbia and Jefferson City. More or less a calendar of events and updates on 2009 municipal elections; no great insights from me in this edition. The General Assembly (legislature) gavels back into | Read More »
Central Missouri Young Republicans eNewsletter
I have been a lurker and periodic poster at RedState for a little over one year now, and am very happy that I found this site. I have linked several posts from the CMYRs eNews that I create to posts on this site, including the Fred! video from a couple days ago. As part of my activism for Missouri, espcially the central Missouri area, I | Read More »
All in all, a very mixed bag for Missouri Republicans and conservatives. It looks like Missouri voted for John McCain and Sarah Palin by about 6,000 votes with all precints reporting. If this holds, I believe this will be the first time since 1956 that Missouri did not vote for the presidential winner, and only the 2nd time since 1900.
Missouri Primary Election Report Synopsis
The Missouri Primary Election was held Tuesday, August 5th. As of 11:40PM, only a few precincts had not reported. Congressman Kenny Hulshof defeated State Treasurer Sarah Steelman in a hotly contested Republican primary. Kenny will be facing “Wrong Way” Jay Nixon in the general.