Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt on Thursday celebrated the end of a months-long stalemate in Congress over legislation to fund the fight against Zika, saying the deal would provide “urgently needed” … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Capitol workers have started to build the presidential inauguration platform, with an assist from congressional leaders. Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., the chairman of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies,...Show More Summary
Leading Off: ? MO-Sen: Last week, the DSCC made their first ad reservations in Missouri's Senate race, committing $3.5 million to help Jason Kander. Now, Politico reports that the NRSC is about to jump in to defend Republican Sen. Roy Blunt. Show More Summary
Last week, Missouri Senate candidate Jason Kander’s campaign ad showing him putting together a large automatic weapon went viral, and this week Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) is trying to respond. In an ad that dropped Tuesday, a voice says, “Some people can put together a gun blindfolded. Some do it...
Missouri Republican Sen. Roy Blunt is the largest recipient of campaign contributions from employees of Koch Industries, according to federal data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics. Blunt, who’s … Click to Continue »
Leading Off: ? MO-Sen: Democrats must like what they're seeing in the Show Me State. On Tuesday, the DSCC reserved $1.5 million to help Jason Kander against Republican Sen. Roy Blunt, making this the first major ad buy from an outside Democratic group. Show More Summary
Jason Kander, Missouri’s Democratic secretary of state who is running to take Republican Roy Blunt’s U.S. senate seat, released a new ad this week calling for background checks while protecting the basis of the Second Amendment. The Washington Post and others are ranking the new 30-second spot among the best commercials of this election season.... Show More Summary
For an article about the Senate race involving Roy Blunt, you'd think this piece would have a lot more weed jokes.
Jason Kander, a Democrat, is challenging Republican Roy Blunt for his U.S. Senate seat in Missouri. And Kander will be getting plenty of attention for his cause thanks to this remarkable new campaign ad he just released in response to Blunt attacking him on the issue of guns. read more
Army veteran Jason Kander is running for the US Senate to unseat Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), and he just dropped an incredibly effective ad pushing back on criticism of his gun rights positions. He assembles an AR-15 blindfolded while simultaneously...Show More Summary
In what might be the best 30 seconds of a political ad of the year, Jason Kander puts his opponent, Republican Sen. Roy Blunt to shame on attacks Blunt has made over terrorism and guns. The ad shows Kander in a blindfold, with a rifle on a table in front of him. Show More Summary
Heizer Defense was recently visited by Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri, a Republican Senator with an A rating from the NRA. Joining Senator Blunt was a number of state and county executives, as..... This post Heizer Defense Receives Visit from Missouri Senator Roy Blunt appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
By Don C. Reed What if there was a cure for a terrible disease you or a loved one suffered from--but a politician passed a law against that cure? Sound ridiculous? Maybe not. Consider Missouri Senator Roy Blunt (66), Republican, whoShow More Summary
In Missouri, the choice is clear. Roy Blunt should be supported by law-abiding gun owners to continue his work on our behalf in the U.S. Senate. This post NRA A Rated Sen. Roy Blunt Needs Your Vote in November appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Missouri Republican Sen. Roy Blunt had no qualms about sending America's sons and daughters into President George W. Bush's war of choice in Iraq. In fact, he was one of those Republicans bashing President Obama for not keeping them there. Show More Summary
Leading Off: ? MO-Sen, MO-Gov: Monmouth takes a look at Missouri's Senate and gubernatorial contests and finds a wide gap between the two. Republican Sen. Roy Blunt leads his Democratic opponent, Secretary of State Jason Kander, by a...Show More Summary
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Ask Republican Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri about his party's presidential nominee and you'll likely get a polite but weary response. From Trump's feud with the parents of a Muslim U.S. Army captain killed in Iraq, toShow More Summary
Missouri Republican Sen. Roy Blunt talked to the Missouri Farm Bureau last Friday, and was asked why he is underwater in his approval ratings with voters in the state. His answer? It's the voters' fault. I guarantee you if you knew what...Show More Summary
The money the Obama administration has managed to cobble together to fight Zika is about to run out, while the Republican Congress yawns. One of the biggest yawners is Missouri Republican Sen. Roy Blunt, chair of the Senate Appropriations...Show More Summary
Khan may yet address these claims in coming interviews or he might take the advice Roy Blunt gave Donald Trump about the whole situation and "stop responding to every criticism."