Sunday, February 13, 2022 – Missouri political news headlines

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The Missouri Times: Hartzler nabs Hawley’s endorsement as candidates face off at Lincoln Days; Long comes out swinging at Hartzler following forum

Missouri Independent: Josh Hawley endorses Vicky Hartzler in GOP primary for Missouri U.S. Senate seat

Columbia Missourian: U.S. Senate hopefuls vie for GOP nomination in Lincoln Days debate

KC Star: Hawley endorses Hartzler for U.S. Senate, providing a potential boost to her campaign

St. Louis Public Radio: Missouri’s GOP Senate hopefuls make familiar arguments: experience vs. outsider status

P-D: Four of GOP’s top contenders for Missouri’s open U.S. Senate seat square off in St. Charles

P-D: Photo gallery: Lincoln Day U.S. Senate candidate forum

Columbia Missourian: Republicans at annual gathering promote party unity as lawmakers fight over redistricting

The Missouri Times: Redistricting floor debate tabled as Senate leadership harshly rebukes Conservative Caucus

The Missouri Times: Redistricting Rumble: Updates on the marathon congressional redistricting debate

KRES/KWIX (Moberly): Rep. Louis Riggs (R-Hannibal) says Senate’s “fourth graders” need to stop “jumping up and down throwing hissyfits” and “get over themselves”

Missouri Independent: Tempers fray as Missouri Senate Republicans fight over Congressional map; inside the Cierpiot vs. Eigel/Lembke skirmish

Missourinet: Missouri Senate leadership sidelines congressional redistricting plan

KC Star: MO Senate ends week of filibuster with no redistricting deal

P-D: ‘Hardball politics’ keeps Missouri Senate in futile weekend session

JCNT: Gov. Parson adds millions in budget to feed Missouri’s seniors

JCNT: Mid-Missouri lawmakers expound on state employee raise changes

KRES/KWIX (Moberly): Rep. Danny Busick (R-Newtown) on supplemental budget money for Medicaid providers

JCNT: Third of Missouri’s bridges in poor condition; federal, state infrastructure spending could make substantial progress

Columbia Missourian: Politics in education: Missouri curators have long history of donating campaign money

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