This week, host Scott Faughn is joined by principal of Atlas Strategy Gregg Keller, publisher of St. Louis Magazine Ray Hartmann, candidate for state representative J.P. Johnson, and owner of Olympus Political Consulting Jake Silverman. The panel sits down to talk about the investigations into the Governor, the Mission Continues donor list, special session, and much more
This week Scott Faughn is accompanied on the panel by J.P. Johnson, Gregg Keller, Mark Dalton, and Rep. Phil Christofanelli to talk the U.S. Senate Race, the investigation into the Governor, and more.
UM System President Dr. Mun Choi is This Week’s featured guest, followed by Gregg Keller, David Barklage, John Gaskin of the NAACP, and Senate Minority Caucus Counsel Chris Schappe.
Scott Faughn is joined by Jim Gwinner, Gregg Keller, Jeff Roorda, and David Turner to talk recent polling numbers, developments in the gubernatorial race, and other campaigns.
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. 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…
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 former Sen. Jason Crowell discussing statewide politics and the fall election. On the panel, Faughn is joined by PACE Executive Director and candidate for state representative Byron DeLear, Democratic fundraiser Matt Lieberman, Gregg Keller of Atlas Strategies, and Conservation Federation of Missouri Executive Director Brandon Butler.
On This Week in Missouri Politics, host Scott Faughn welcomes Sen. Kurt Schaefer to discuss the latest developments in the Planned Parenthood subpoena and the state of that investigation. He also talks about the process behind the reproductive health group’s decision to hand over the documents the Senate had requested, his campaign for attorney general,…
Full episode featuring Speaker John Diehl as This Week’s guest and Opinion Makers Patrick Lynn, Sean Nicholson, Rep. Ron Hicks (R-St. Charles), and Gregg Keller.
Gregg Keller is widely regarded as one of the preeminent public affairs professionals in the country. Before founding Atlas Strategy Group, Keller helped lead two national public policy organizations, directed a national coalitions program for a presidential campaign and managed a nationally-watched U.S. Senate campaign. Keller has served as Executive Director of the American Conservative…