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The Nov. 6 general election is quickly approaching. Here's a list of candidates, reporters and pundits who are important to (and/or simply covering) races in St. Louis, Missouri.
MoDOT is alerting drivers not to be alarmed if they see snow plows on the roads Wednesday. Severe weather is not on the way, MoDOT is performing a winter weather drill.
The Election Authority anticipates little voter fraud, thanks to poll training and systems put in place.
The latest Blue Arch survey of Democratic activists asked about the party's slate of candidates for statewide office November 6.
The campaign hasn't announced when Sen. McCaskill will resume campaigning.
Tom Sullivan's complaint accuses the St. Louis County Library of violating campaign laws by spending public money and using its staff to promote a tax increase referendum .
Just more than 7 percent of participants said they had confidence the St. Louis area businessman would win in November.
Washington University in St. Louis professors discuss politics, issues and theatrics of the 2012 presidential debates.
The candidates, incumbents and issues that will affect University City and St. Louis County.
In this week's roundup of Missouri political stories, Todd Akin says he's confident he can win the U.S. Senate race, Dave Spence wants voters to vote all-Republican and Gov. Jay Nixon jockeys for reelection.
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