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- St. Louis Post-DispatchJun 27 04:34 PM
Man's case in federal court in suburban DC
- St. Louis Post-DispatchJun 27 09:35 AM
Former President George W. Bush shows up to boost Roy Blunt campaign coffers.
- KAIT JonesboroJun 21 11:34 AM
Missouri Senator Roy Blunt visited Three Rivers College to speak about the expanded Pell Grant legislation he will promote in the United States Senate.
- KPLR 11 St. LouisJun 27 07:45 PM
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KPLR) – Former President George W. Bush was in St. Louis Monday night at a fundraiser for Missouri Senator Roy Blunt. President Bush attended the fundraiser at Hunter Farms in West County helping raise campaign cash for Blunt. Blunt is likely to face democrat Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander in […]
- The Kansas City StarJun 17 08:13 PM
The ex-president has largely been out of politics since he left the White House … Click to Continue »
Trailwatch: The week in Missouri and Kansas poli... - The Kansas City Star
- The Kansas City StarJun 20 08:43 PM
The two elbow each other over gun laws and the need to confront radical Islamic terrorism … Click to Continue »
- The Kansas City StarJun 20 07:58 PM
Roy Blunt, Jason Kander argue over terrorism and foreign service The Senate race, relatively quiet, is getting louder Guns may be an issue in November … Click to Continue »
Hancock and Kelley: “Brexit” vote and the U.S., Senate sit-in over gun control, George W. Bush fundraising for Roy BluntFOX 2 News St. LouisJun 26 07:02 AM
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-Political consultants John Hancock, a Republican, and Michael Kelley, a Democrat, present opposing viewpoints on current issues every Sunday morning on FOX 2 at 8:30am. This week, the two discuss how the United Kingdon’s vote to leave the European Union affects the United States, the Supreme Court’s tie vote that blocks President Obama’s immigration plan, a Democratic Senate...
- St. Louis Post-DispatchJun 17 01:20 PM
June 27 fundraiser planned at Hunter Farms.
- KOMU ColumbiaJun 27 08:22 AM
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Former President George W. Bush is coming to Missouri to help raise money for the re-election campaign of Republican U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt.