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August 2, 2019Blog Post
Special Elections Called for Two House Seats in Jackson County
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Round Two of Presidential Debates

August 1, 2019Blog Post
Second Round of Presidential Debates Start Tonight
CNN will be hosting the second round of debates featuring qualified Presidential candidates tonight and tomorrow.  The two night event will again feature 10 candidates on each night.
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Post Fourth of July News and Notes

July 8, 2019Blog Post

Second African American Chief Justice Starts Term for Missouri

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We Made it to July -- Events and Notes to Start the Month

July 1, 2019Blog Post

History From 100 Years Ago

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Presidential Debates This Week

June 24, 2019Blog Post

DNC's First Two Presidential Debates Are This Week

The first Presidential debate, which spans over two nights, this Wednesday and Thursday, featuring the top 20 candidates.  Here is how they will be divided up:

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Mid-June News and Notes; KC Election Tuesday

June 17, 2019Blog Post

Kansas City Residents: Make a Plan to Vote Tomorrow

Tomorrow is election day in Kansas City; make a plan to vote so you can make your voice heard in choosing a new Mayor and City Council. If you are unsure of your registration status, you can check it here (KC south of the river):

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Blue Notes, June 10

June 10, 2019Blog Post

Democrats Continue to Show Strong Presence in Lee's Summit

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Truman Gala This Saturday: What You Need To Know

May 30, 2019Blog Post

Did you reserve your spot for the 32nd annual Truman Gala? We are looking forward to a great crowd and program featuring a panel discussion on the next generation of Democratic ledership with Iowa State Auditor Rob Sand, Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway and Representative Ashley Bland Manlove.

Here's what you need to know for Saturday:

-The evening's events are on the north side of Arrowhead Stadium. Parking is free and suggested for Lot M directly between Arrowhead and Kauffman Stadiums.

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Missouri's Legislative Session Ends With Extreme Loss of Rights

May 21, 2019Blog Post

Dear friends and supporters:


This year saw a historically low number of bills pass through the Missouri General Assembly; maybe that's for the best as much of what has passed has been bad for citizens in all parts of the state.


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Challenges in Jefferson City, Events in May

May 6, 2019Blog Post

House Republicans Don't Care About the Will of Voters

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