KANSAS CITY, Missouri (Reuters) – Republican Todd Akin and incumbent Democrat Claire McCaskill debated Medicare, immigration and the national debt on Thursday, but did not discuss Akin’s “legitimate rape” remark that drew national attention to their Missouri U.S. Senate race.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri (Reuters) – Within hours of a deadline to withdraw from the race, Missouri U.S. Senate hopeful Todd Akin appeared determined to stay in and he received a boost with news that some Tea Party-linked conservatives are considering … Continue reading
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri (Reuters) – If anyone in the Republican Party harbors illusions that Todd Akin will bow out of the Missouri U.S. Senate race by a September 25 deadline, he is quite happy to disabuse them.
ST CHARLES, Missouri (Reuters) – Missouri conservatives say they are rallying around U.S. Senate candidate Todd Akin despite his controversial comments about rape because they are outraged that “establishment” Republican Party leaders tried to railroad him out of the race.
KANSAS CITY, MO. — As one of the U.S. Senate’s most endangered Democratic incumbents, Claire McCaskill knows she’s a top target of the new conservative super PACs that have radically reordered the political landscape in 2012. Read full article >>