Tuesday, July 9, 2024 – Missouri political news headlines

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KZRG (Joplin): U.S. Rep. Eric Burlison on Panama and immigration (2:00); age caps and 25th Amendment (4:00); Kamala Harris and “the Coconut Pill” (5:55); two most likely scenarios for Biden campaign (8:30)

St. Louis Public Radio: Trump backs Onder in GOP primary for Missouri’s 3rd District congressional seat

P-D’s Joe Holleman: Trump backs Bob Onder in GOP race for Missouri’s 3rd Congressional District (avoid stltoday paywall by reading free Combest-archived version here)

Missouri Independent: Donald Trump endorses Bob Onder over GOP rivals in Missouri’s 3rd Congressional District primary

NY Times: If Trump wins, these Republican senators may take vice president and cabinet posts; Missouri’s Eric Schmitt among names bandied about

Brad & John Show, Monday morning: Who’s telling the truth about Missouri’s Republican National Convetion delegate selection process? (link opens at 10:40 mark)

Missouri Independent: Primary preview: Crystal Quade vs. Mike Hamra

KC Star’s Kacen Bayless: Jay Ashcroft says he’s an engineer. Why doesn’t he have a license? (avoid KC Star paywall by reading free syndicated version on Yahoo! News here)

Brad (Hildebrand) & John (Combest) Show on 104.5 FM (WashMo), Monday morning: The Jay Ashcroft “engineer” certification controversy (link opens at 4:15 mark)

Brad & John Show, Monday morning: The two (2!) places you’d expect to see a Crystal Quade billboard (link opens at 9:15 mark)

KSDK (St. Louis): The Record with Mark Maxwell: Initiative petition process (0:20); opponents’ desire for “de facto” IP changes (2:20); evolution away from “pro-choice” label (3:00); concerns about pro-choice ballot initiative (3:45); most extreme pro-abortion proposal (6:15); making it easier to vote (8:00); Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) (9:35); paper ballots, hand-counting processes and electronic voting machines (11:30); business services division of secretary of state’s office and being “a workhorse, not a show horse” (13:15)

Brad & John Show, Monday morning: Quick promo for Jamie Corley interview with Rosenbaum (link opens at 7:25 mark)

97.1 FM (St. Louis): House Speaker Dean Plocher talks with guest host Mike Elam about liberal media bias and legislative highlights (3:05); action on illegal immigrants in Missouri (4:30); response to liberal argument about illegal alien crimes (7:15); election integrity (9:00); support for Gov. Parson’s budget vetoes (14:45)

This Week in Missouri Politics Mid-Week Update: Scott Faughn talks with Senate District 11 candidate David Martin (R) about primary race and Jackson County GOP toiletgate; Faughn on most likely scenario of what really happened (27:00); most important travel tip for veto session (28:45); Trump merch store at LOZ (30:00); first review of Hulk Hogan “Real American Beer” (31:00); tease of today’s 11 a.m. unveiling of candidate’s “ugliest logo in the history of Missouri politics” (32:20); handicapping the Senate Floor Leader race (34:00); cops (35:15); advice for Palestinian activists and “Queers for Palestine” (36:00); Bob Onder vs. Kurt Schaefer (42:00); soliciting viewer feedback and demand for a primary election night live show (43:20); Taco Tuesday with potential appearance by lawman Jeff Roorda (47:30)

P-D’s Joe Holleman: Rep. Chantelle Nickson-Clark (D-Florissant) gets big donations, faces lawsuits (avoid stltoday paywall by reading free Combest-archived version here) Pat Contreras drops campaign clip blitz

SNL: GOP candidates Bernadean McAfee and Stephanos Freeman, running for Crystal Quade’s open seat, to take part in forum

Southeast Missourian: Receiving unwanted political text messages? Law loophole explained; Reader annoyed by Mike Carter texts; Senate District 27 candidate Chris Dinkins (R) says text messages are effective, fill information void (avoid Southeast Missourian paywall by reading free Combest-archived version here)

Missouri Independent: Gov. Parson signs tax break for Kansas City nuclear weapons parts manufacturer

Missouri Independent: Governor on Kansas City Chiefs: ‘I’m not too worried about Kansas at this point’ Missouri Guv Parson skips DeValkenaere pardon for now

Missouri Independent: Judge rules Missouri AG has no right to medical records of transgender minors at Wash U

Missourinet: Looking for a job this August? Try the Missouri State Fair

SNL: Public asked to provide I-44 concerns, observations as part of study

SNL: Stone County Collector’s Office to be audited by state for possible missing money St. Louis Post-Dispatch seeks Public Safety Editor: “There is no shortage of crime, police and other public safety news. There are also critical stories about our criminal justice system that demand to be told.”

Brad & John Show, Monday morning: When will we get elderly Asian females under control? (link opens at 15:00 mark)

St. Louis Public Radio: Foster care advocate encourages youth to ‘accept the challenge’ and move beyond adversity

Southeast Missourian letter: Jackson woman applauds SB 727, wishes she had school choice option when son was young (avoid Southeast Missourian paywall by reading free Combest-archived version here) John Combest: Stalking, Harassment, Internet Trolling: A Guide to Recovering and Rebuilding After Online Attacks – available in paperback and Amazon Kindle

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