Jennifer works as a reporter and producer, and also trains the student reporters at KSMU. She grew up on a farm just outside West Plains, Missouri, and now works for KSMU from her hometown. She spent five years as a freelance journalist in the Persian Gulf, reporting for NPR and producing for CNN International’s program “Inside the Middle East.” Jennifer studied at the American University in Cairo and graduated from the University of Missouri. She participated in the first annual National Day of Listening on Nov 24, 2008. You can hear her interview her grandmother here.
Election Day is six days away, and all Missouri voters will be asked to weigh in on three propositions when they cast their ballots. As part of our special election series, “Know Your Ballot,” KSMU’s Jennifer Moore explains the third of these measures: Proposition C.
One week from Tuesday, about three million Missourians will step into a ballot booth, draw the curtain, and do their part to elect a new president and governor. But also appearing on every ballot will be three propositions which, if passed, will change Missouri law. In our special election series, “Know Your Ballot,” KSMU’s Jennifer Moore explains these initiatives, one by one. Today, we take a look at the “ins” and “outs” of Proposition B.
In just over a week, Missourians will head to the polls in a historic election. On every ballot will be three propositions which, if passed, will change Missouri law. And yet, there still remains a great deal of confusion about what they would mean for the state. In our special election series, “Know Your Ballot,” KSMU’s Jennifer Moore explains these initiatives, beginning with “Proposition A.”
Former United Nations Assistant Secretary General Gillian Sorensen has toured African refugee camps, lived in numerous countries, and worked for two UN secretaries general. Now, she’s on another mission: traveling the United States as an advocate for the UN-US relationship.
On Monday, she took a few minutes to speak with KSMU's Jennifer Moore.
Two Missouri women who come from families entrenched in politics have spent the past two days traveling the Show-Me state stumping for the presidential candidate of their choice. KSMU’s Jennifer Moore reports.