Saturday, July 30, 2022 – Missouri political news headlines

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The Missouri Times: U.S. Senate campaign daily roundup: Where candidates spent Friday, who did TV interviews and where they’re going next

The Missouri Times: Combest: Part 2: How to win an election silver medal (without really trying): Trudy Busch Valentine, Lucas Kunce’s dirty-talk schtick, Eric Greitens and Josh Hawley tension, plus FREE late-summer campaign plan for quixotic vanity #moleg candidates

SNL: Lucas Kunce to Roy Blunt and U.S. Senate Republicans: “F-ck you. Every last one of you.” Show-Me epic Missouri primary breakdown by John Combest

St. Louis Public Radio: Politically Speaking: Jason Rosenbaum’s thoughts on U.S. Senate election Eric Greitens to supporters: “Now, we win.”

The Missouri Times: #F150Campaign Tour Day 3: Scott Faughn’s travelogue of Lincoln Hough vs. Angela Romine, Curtis Trent vs. Brian Gelner, the Elijah Haahr radio show, and who Gov. Parson might appoint as state treasurer and attorney general if Scott Fitzpatrick and Eric Schmitt win

St. Louis Public Radio: Politically Speaking: U.S. Rep. Cori Bush on why she combines activism with legislation

Joplin Globe: 2 veteran state lawmakers in area being challenged: Bill White vs. Jill Carter in SD 32 and Lane Roberts vs. Thomas Ross in HD 161 (get around Joplin Globe paywall here)

Jefferson County Leader: Candidates say they have no control over negative mailers; Mary Elizabeth Coleman, Dan Shaul, Paul Wieland share thoughts on PAC hit pieces

Southeast Missourian: Elaine Edgar leads John Voss and Nate Thomas in fundraising with Missouri House District 147 GOP primary looming; contributions from Catalyst, Missouri NEA, RightPath, others; Thomas’ largest vendor is the marketing company he owns; more (get around Southeast Missourian paywall here)

Missouri Business Alert, via KCUR: Gen Z and the 2022 elections: Thoughts from Democrats Ray Reed and Samantha Deaton, along with Republicans Jasper Logan, Dirk Deaton, Missouri Federation of College Republicans Chairman Carter Fortman

Missouri Independent: Lawsuit alleges Missouri Senate map hurt minority voters, splits too many counties

P-D: Rep. Wiley Price (D-St. Louis City) claims censure will end after election. Not so, Chief Clerk Dana Rademan Miller says. (get around stltoday paywall here)

The Missouri Times: Summer drought spurs decline in Missouri’s agriculture industries

SE Missourian Assistant Publisher Lucas Presson: Josh and Erin Hawley: ‘A post-Roe America is a hopeful America’ (get around Southeast Missourian paywall here)

P-D letter: University City septuagenarian dismayed by Cori Bush’s association with Israel critic Neveen Ayesh (get around stltoday paywall here)

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