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Road To The Capitol

Fresh off a victory in the primary election for the U.S. Senate seat in Missouri, Roy Blunt made a visit to his hometown of Springfield Wednesday to discuss his strategy for the campaign form now until November. KSMU’s Justin Lux has the story.

Less than 24 hours after winning the Democratic Primary for Missouri’s 7th Congressional district, Scott Eckersley is challenging his Republican opponent, Billy Long, to a series of “courthouse debates.” KSMU’s Jennifer Moore reports.

Just as many predicted, two members of high-profile political families will be meeting in the Senate race for a much anticipated showdown in November’s election. KSMU’s Justin Lux has the story.

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In the primary for Missouri’s 7th congressional district seat, Billy Long is the winner of the Republican primary and Scott Eckersley is the winner of the Democratic primary. KSMU’s Adam Murphy reports.

An apparent glitch in at least one of Christian County’s polling places has some voters crying foul: one Libertarian Party candidate says his polling place wasn’t even offering the Libertarian or Constitution Party ballots. KSMU’s Jennifer Moore reports.

Roy Blunt Voting

Congressman Roy Blunt set out this morning with his wife Abigail and son Charlie to cast his vote at his local polling location at Glenstone Baptist Church in Springfield.

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Election day has rolled around again; Tuesday is Missouri’s primary elections. Polls will open at 6 a.m. KSMU’s Adam Murphy reports.

Missouri’s primary elections are Tuesday. This week, Tea Party groups across the Show-Me State voiced their disapproval of a Minnesota Congresswoman who herself associates with the Tea Party movement because she endorsed a candidate in Missouri’s US Senate Race...and they don't agree with her. KSMU’s Jennifer Moore has details.

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You probably know from all the TV ads, radio announcements, and billboards that we’re just days away from the August 3rd Primary. But will all that buzz from the campaigns get voters to the polls? KSMU’s Chasity Mayes reports.