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Today, HRC announced its endorsement of Jason Kander for the Missouri U.S. Senate seat currently held by Roy Blunt. “Jason Kander will continue the critical fight ahead to ensure equal rights and protections for all,” said HRC Senior Vice President of Policy and Political Affairs JoDee Winterhof. Show More Summary
The Missouri Democratic Party wins the coveted press release of the day award with this headline: Notable Georgetown resident and U.S. Senator spotted fundraising at home instead of campaigning in Missouri That would be Roy Blunt, at the George Hotel, on Monday. Show More Summary
Half a century ago, my wife Gloria was attacked by a sexual predator. He was a co-worker, on his last day at work in their office. He had asked Gloria to stay late, and help him pack. "I had my back to him, when he reached around meShow More Summary
Jason Kander is firing up the imagination of the citizens of the Show Me State and hoping to wrest the Senate seat from Republican Roy Blunt. Kander, an army captain who served his country in Afghanistan, is a former union member of the United Transportation Union, where he represented other members hurt on the job. Now he wants to serve all Missourians in the U.S. Senate.
Missouri, the “Show Me” state, wasn’t on my original list of states with close Senate races. But the race has tightened since then, rather surprisingly. It pits incumbent Republican Roy Blunt against Jason Kander, an Afghanistan War veteran who is currently Secretary of State. Kander doesn’t have much of a track record on environmental issues. […]
By the time it dawned on the Senate Democratic leadership that their party had been out-negotiated by Roy Blunt, it was too late. President Barack Obama had requested $1.9 billion … Click to Continue »
A handful of Republican senators—Richard Burr, Roy Blunt, Pat Toomey, Marco Rubio, and Ron Johnson—are still firmly behind their party's groping, racist, misogynist monster of a presidential nominee. But you wouldn't know it from the...Show More Summary
USA TODAY review shows senator has claimed a number of different addresses as his residence.
Hey Richard Burr, Roy Blunt, Pat Toomey, Marco Rubio, and Ron Johnson: How's that Donald Trump support working out for you now? Now that the floodgates have opened on Donald Trump's sordid history of assaulting women, that is. Let's check in. Show More Summary
Leading Off: ? MO-Sen, MO-Gov: There have been lots of rumors floating around of internal polls showing Democratic Secretary of State Jason Kander defeating Republican Sen. Roy Blunt in Missouri's Senate race, but no public poll had shown that, and that's still the case—but that doesn't mean Republicans should relax. Show More Summary
Columbia, Missouri — Republicans are still trying to figure out just what the revelations about Donald Trump over the past five days portend for their other candidates on the ballots in November. But one thing’s for certain: Republican...Show More Summary
Democratic Secretary of State Jason Kander has raised more money recently for his bid for U.S. Senate but incumbent GOP Sen. Roy Blunt has more cash on hand. Kander's campaign … Click to Continue »
U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt’s Democratic challenger out-raised him in the third quarter, raking in $3 million for his insurgent campaign compared to Blunt’s $1.8 million, according to campaign finance information … Click to Continue »
Missouri Democrat Jason Kander has run a disciplined, smart, and engaging campaign for the Senate. Incumbent Republican Roy Blunt has, well, not. Larry Sabato and his University of Virginia Center for Politics has moved Missouri’s Senate...Show More Summary
The list of high-profile Republicans still supporting Donald Trump keeps getting shorter, but he still has his followers, including Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt, currently locked in a close race with Jason Kander. “I am glad to see thatShow More Summary
Few predicted the Missouri battle between GOP incumbent Roy Blunt and challenger Jason Kander would prove pivotal.
Missouri Republican Sen. Roy Blunt is facing a very tough challenge from Democrat Jason Kander. The two had their first debate, in which Kander emerged as a serious, thoughtful challenger. That, in fact, might be on the only debate, because while Kander has agreed to two more, Blunt is so far refusing. Show More Summary
The following stories are examples of this week's Election Roundup of 35 down ticket stories covering Sunday 9/18 through Saturday 9/24. (MO-Sen) Jason Kander (D) blunts Roy Blunt (R), making race close By annieli On election...Show More Summary
It turns out Harry Reid is a sensitive soul. The Senate Minority Leader, a Democrat from Nevada, is insulted that Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt, a Republican, isn’t returning his phone … Click to Continue »