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It's a bit early, but Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's name is being bandied about as part of a Democratic ticket in 2016.
During his acceptance speech Tuesday, Nixon said many in Missouri grew up hunting and fishing, enjoying nature. “I’ll be out there with them on the first day of deer season,” he said.
Comment live on 2012 Presidential Debate as it happens Wednesday night on Patch.
The Republican Party candidate dominated the primary election on Tuesday.
Santorum more than doubles Romney's vote total; however primary victory doesn't mean Missouri is his.
UMSL dean emeritus said his organization will turn to statewide ballot in effort to combine the city and county, getting St. Louis the recognition it deserves.
Residents learned about Great Rivers Greenway's large-scale regional bicycle plan at an open house in Webster Groves Tuesday.
The Democrat captured nearly 64 percent of the of the vote in the first assessor election in decades.
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