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The Nov. 6 general election is quickly approaching. Here's a list of candidates, reporters and pundits who are important to (and/or simply covering) races in St. Louis, Missouri.
The latest Blue Arch survey of Democratic activists asked about the party's slate of candidates for statewide office November 6.
The campaign hasn't announced when Sen. McCaskill will resume campaigning.
Just more than 7 percent of participants said they had confidence the St. Louis area businessman would win in November.
In this week's roundup of Missouri political stories, Todd Akin says he's confident he can win the U.S. Senate race, Dave Spence wants voters to vote all-Republican and Gov. Jay Nixon jockeys for reelection.
Both campaigns are in full swing as Nov. 6 approaches. Sen. Claire McCaskill remains in St. Louis with her critically ill mother.
Elections, The Neighborhood Files
The Oak Bend branch is slated for $1 million in upgrades. A new Meramec Valley Branch library building would replace the current small rented space.
The district has proposed a $.19 increase on the November ballot to fund technology upgrades, teacher salaries and building improvements.
Campaign confirms the Missouri Senator has called off campaign events for the remainder of the week.
The debate at Lynn University in Florida on Oct. 22, 2012, is behind us. Who do you think won? And what did our audience for our Wehrenberg debate watch parties think?
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