The Missouri House’s newest representative-elect, Sara Walsh, joins Scott Faughn to talk about her campaign and legislative outlook, followed by Ray Hartmann, Sarah Martin, Carl Bearden, and Robert Knodell on the panel.
Host Scott Faughn recaps the remake of the U.S. Senate 2018 landscape and more with Rep. Phil Christofanelli, Joe Lakin, Jane Dueker and Steve Roberts.
Host Scott Faughn is joined by St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger to talk merger, business and more. On the panel, Stenger is followed by more merger talk from Missouri Times editor Rachael Herndon Dunn, state Rep. Tracy McCreery, Erica Engelby, and Jeff Shawan. The panel also talks abortion, legislative priorities, and special session.
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.
Host Scott Faughn is joined by Sen. Doug Libla – finally – to talk ethics, education and more. On the panel, Faughn hosts Mike Louis of AFL-CIO, Jane Dueker, Rep. Paul Curtman, and David Barklage.
Host Scott Faughn is joined by St. Louis Alderwoman Lyda Krewson, newly minted Democratic nominee for the next mayor of St. Louis. On the opinion maker panel, Faughn is joined by Husch Blackwell’s Jay Atkins, Remington Research’s Titus Bond and Reps. Donna Baringer and Paul Curtman.
On a special episode of This Week in Missouri Politics celebrating Women’s History Month, host Scott Faughn welcomes Wendy Doyle, the president and CEO of the Women’s Foundation, to discuss the role of the foundation and how their work is advancing progress for women in the state. “Everything we focus on is economic development, not…
TWMP kicks off December with a full panel episode featuring David Sweeney, Jane Dueker, David Barklage and Commissioner Ken Waller!
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.
Russ Carnahan, Democratic nominee for lt. governor, joins the show to talk about the end of the campaign and upcoming elections. On the panel, catch Sarah Martin, Jane Dueker, David Steelman, and state Sen. Bob Onder discuss the 2016 campaigns, elections, amendments, and polling.
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.
The panel, including Tim Jones, Susan Klein, Jeff Mazur, and Lyda Krewson, continues the conversation.