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.
In #TWMPOvertime, the opinion maker panel (publisher Ray Hartman of St. Louis Magazine, St. Louis Treasurer Tishaura Jones, attorney David Wassinger, and Rep. Elaine Gannon, R-DeSoto) discuss The Missouri Times’ poll results which show Koster with a 10-point lead over Eric Greitens. They also discuss the presidential election, how Hillary Clinton matches up with Donald…
Sen. Schmitt hangs out after the show to talk with Scott Faughn about the St. Louis Cardinals…post season.
Catch the panel continue the discussion in Overtime.
Catch St. Louis Building Trades President Pat White, state Rep. Courtney Curtis, former House Speaker Steve Tilley, and state House Republican candidate Mark Milton in #TWMPOvertime, talking right-to-work, campaigns, Amendment 3, and more.
On the panel, Faughn hosts the first College Day with Jimmy Loomis from Washington University and Jake Buxton from Truman State University, as well as veteran politicos Jeff Mazur and Gregg Keller.
Host Scott Faughn is joined by Rep. Andrew Koenig and Bill Eigel, Republican nominees for state senate for the first half of the show, talking campaigns and more.
Stream and Koenig continue the discussion as to why they’re a better candidate for the state senate and what they hope to accomplish.
David Turner, J.P. Johnson, David Barklage, and Rep. John Wiemann continue the discussion with primary predictions.