KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It was a big week for Missouri’s Republican attorney general Josh Hawley, who on Tuesday traveled across the state to kick off his campaign to unseat longtime incumbent senator Claire McCaskill (D.) and then welcomed President Donald Trump to the state for a Wednesday fundraiser for his campaign.
Democratic politicians and aides have joined the media in publicly denouncing two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s comments insulting President Donald Trump’s voters.
Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill (Mo.) used Sunday night’s Academy Awards ceremony to attack her leading Republican challenger, Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley, who is vying to unseat her in November.
A Missouri Democratic state representative said during a town hall on Saturday that Sen. Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.) could not take black voters for granted in her reelection bid this year.
Missouri Attorney General and Republican Senate candidate Josh Hawley has found himself under attack for expressing the belief that the loosening of sexual mores has contributed to sex trafficking.
Senate Democrats from states that Donald Trump won in 2016 were vital on Monday in blocking a bill, supported by the president, that would ban abortion after the mother reaches 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.) is touting a court order criticizing her Republican opponent. But the order was written by a federal judge who was personally recommended for the position by McCaskill and whose husband has contributed thousands to the Missouri Democrat.