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Latest Claire Mccaskill Items
Officials in the law enforcement community opposed to legalizing marijuana are urging Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. to speak out before election day against three state ballot initiatives that would do just that.
The Republican Party has been so successful at increasing voter turnout in Missouri over the past 10 years or so that Rep. W. Todd Akin still could win his bid for the Senate, even after his stumbles in his race against Democratic incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill.
Rep. W. Todd Akin, make room on your campaign platform — the Duggar family is on its way.
Sen. Claire McCaskill, Missouri Democrat, once told Fox News that President Obama's $833 billion stimulus was "wildly successful." As the Election Day draws near, it's important to have a clear view of the impact of the president's major legislative achievement second only to Obamacare.
She earned her degrees from a state university and sent her children to Catholic school. He graduated from seminary and a private college and chose to educate his children at home.
Missouri Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill took aim Wednesday at Republican challenger Todd Akin with a new series of TV ads featuring rape survivors outraged by Akin's remark about "legitimate rape" and his opposition to emergency contraception.
Businesses affiliated with the husband of Sen. Claire McCaskill, Missouri Democrat, have received almost $40 million in federal subsidies for low-income housing developments during her first five years in office.
Missouri Rep. W. Todd Akin has backed almost $100 million for pet projects in recent years, including money for home-state military programs and local highway work. During his Republican Senate primary this summer, Mr. Akin even aired a television ad proudly defending his effort to bring home federal dollars for production of military armor in his district.
Republicans fired a vendor who submitted 106 questionable voter registration forms in Florida's Palm Beach County.