This week, Scott Faughn is joined by Senator-elect Brian Williams to talk about the U.S. Senate race, things he wants to work on when he takes office, and more. On the opinion panel, principal for Atlas Strategies Gregg Keller, candidate for House District 61 Aaron Griesheimer, Assistant Political Director for the St. Louis – Kansas City Regional Carpenters…
This week State Senator Dave Schatz and St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger join the first half of the show for a debate based on their positions on Prop A. The second part of the show candidates from SD14 Sharon Pace, Joe Adams, and Brian Williams debate on what makes them the best candidate for…
Senator Rob Schaaf talks Senate business, filibustering, and more with TWMP Host Scott Faughn.
Students from Culver-Stockton sit down to discuss politics with TWMP Host Scott Faughn.
St. Louis Alderwoman Sarah Wood Martin talks #metoo, sexual harassment in the Capitol and more with TWMP Host Scott Faughn.
Host Scott Faughn sits down with Rep. Bruce Franks, Jr. to talk Stockley verdict, protests, rapping, and changes since Ferguson.
St. Louis County NAACP and national NAACP board member John Gaskin joins host Scott Faughn to talk about the Stockley verdict.
Faughn sits down with Alex Rodrigo, vice president of operations for Scottrade and arena general manager, to talk about a bill which seeks to upgrade the Scottrade Center.
On This Week in Missouri Times Overtime, the panel discusses potential candidates to dethrone U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill in 2018 in what is expected to be the most contentious race of the election season. Multiple names are thrown out as potential candidates aside from just Congresswoman Ann Wagner, like Speaker Todd Richardson, Senate Majority Leader…
Sarah Martin, Jane Dueker, David Steelman, and Sen. Bob Onder continue the conversation beyond the November 6, 2016 episode and make their Election Day predictions.
The panel continues the conversation beyond the normally aired show. Catch more discussion from Becky Lohmann, Jennifer Bird, Richard McIntosh, and Aycock below.
The panel, including Tim Jones, Susan Klein, Jeff Mazur, and Lyda Krewson, continues the conversation.