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Kansas City area State Senate and House Election Suggestions

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MISSOURI STATE SENATE   DISTRICT 8 – Lee’s Summit/Blue Springs/Independence/Eastern Jackson County Mike Cierpiot is our choice over his challenger, Hillary Shields. She is a professional paralegal and is also a community ...

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Choices for Missouri U.S. Senate, Congress, State Auditor

Here are our Metro Voice Editorial Team Recommendations for the Tuesday, November 6th Elections U.S. SENATE Josh Hawley is our choice and the only candidate for the Missouri U.S. Senate race endorsed by ...

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Kansas Gubernatorial Primary Explained

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The gubernatorial races in Kansas are virtual mirror images. On both sides there’s a two way race between a rather mundane establishment candidate and a more unconventional and charismatic opponent. On the ...

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Missouri State House August 7th Primary Preview

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Across the metro, there are several highly contested races for the Missouri Legislature. Below is our first preview article on races south of the river. An additional article will be  posted for ...

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Missouri August 7th State Primary Preview

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On Tuesday, August 7, Missouri primary voters will go to the polls to select who will be on the ballot in the general election on November 6. Missouri U.S. Senate Race The ...

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Bios for Candidates for Missouri U.S. Senate

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Who are the many candidates in the August 7 Primary? Here is the latest information available. Democrat Candidates CARLA (COFFEE) WRIGHT BIO: Graduate of St. Louis Community College at Forest Park;9 no ...

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Where the candidates stand on the important issues

The candidates are Clinton vs. Trump vs. Johnson vs. Stein. It’s the most chaotic election in modern history but when you get past the personalities, faux pas, emails and comments from 11 years ...

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Can a pastor speak out on the election? You’ll be surprised

Every election cycle, confusion abounds about how a church or pastor can be involved in the civic life of their community while not stepping across the lines outlined by the IRS and FEC. This ...

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