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Republican "Leadership" Ignores Democrats Trying to Protect Seniors

(via Rep. Judy Morgan)

Municipal Elections Today; Polls Close at 7pm

Josh Hawley Promptly Ends Investigation Based on Nothing

Eric Greitens Remains Defiant, Who Knows What Happens Next

Thursday's shocking, although not surprising, news that Governor Eric Greitens was indicted on felony invasion of privacy charges in St. Louis is still shaking the Missouri political world.  What will happen next is still a mystery though.  Here's what we know:

Yesterday will be remembered as a dark day in Missouri government history as scandal-ridden Eric Greitens, the Governor elected on a campaign of anti-corruption and ethics reform, has been indicted on a felony invasion of privacy charge stemming from his 2015 affair.  Greitens allegedly bound and photographed a woman while nude without her consent and threatened to use the photo as blackmail against her should she disclose the affair.  The incident took place at Greitens' home in St.

The 1st Quarter Jackson County Democratic Committee meeting scheduled for February 22 is postponed due to weather concerns.  A new meeting date will be announced shortly.

No meeting tonight.

Democrats Flip House District 97

Grand Jury Looking Into Governor Eric Greitens

Embattled Governor Eric Greitens remains a man with very few friends in Jefferson City. After several elected leaders have asked him to step aside citing an inability to lead, Greitens released his proposed budget which included crippling cuts to higher education and a promise of even more tax cuts which would continue Missouri down the disastrous path of Kansas.  To the surprise of no one, it was met with immediate criticism from the Democratic leadership and university leaders.

As some of you already know, we lost longtime committeewoman and neighborhood leader Janet Lillis earlier this week to cancer. 

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