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About the Show: Each week, Politically Speaking takes an in-depth look at the local, state and national issues impacting Michiana. Legislators, reporters and.
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She ended up winning that race by over 70 percentage points — which was tantamount to election in the heavily Democratic district. Politically Speaking: Rep. Share Tweet Email. State Rep. LaDonna Appelbaum, D, St. Louis County, poses for a portrait in the St. Louis Public Radio studios. Jason Rosenbaum I St.
Louis Public Radio. In the middle of the decade, Appelbaum was diagnosed with breast cancer — and noted how obtaining insurance on the Affordable Care Act exchange was crucial for her health. Matt Blunt.
Bruce Franks returns for his third appearance on Politically Speaking, where the St. Franks first burst on the Missouri political scene in , when he defeated after a high-profile redo election incumbent Penny Hubbard. He was elected to another term last year without opposition, getting another two years to represent a part of eastern St. Dean Plocher is the latest guest on Politically Speaking, where the Des Peres Republican primarily talked about a potential merger between St.
Plocher, an attorney by trade, is the chairman of the influential House General Laws Committee. As speaker pro tem, Wiemann often presides over the Missouri House — and is part of some key policy discussions among the Republican supermajority. On the latest edition of Politically Speaking, St. Josh Hawley about his first few months in the U. The Republican senator was elected to a six-year term last November.
Wiley Price is the latest guest on the Politically Speaking podcast. It includes largely African American neighborhoods in north St. Louis as well as primarily white parts of south St.
Mike Kehoe joins Politically Speaking to talk about his first few months in office — and some of the issues that his Republican legislative colleagues are dealing with during the session. Kehoe spent nearly eight years as a state senator representing several mid-Missouri counties, including Cole. After he became chief executive last year, Gov. Mike Parson appointed Kehoe as lieutenant governor.
Kevin Windham is the latest guest on the Politically Speaking podcast, where the Hillsdale Democrat talked about his first few months as a member of the Missouri House. Windham represents the 85th District, which takes in roughly 20 municipalities in central and north St. Hoskins was elected to the 21st Senatorial district in Members of the House easily approved the St.
Phil Christofanelli joins Politically Speaking for the first time to talk about some of his key priorities for the legislative session. Charles County. Between October and April , Green ran in three elections to secure a full term representing the ward, which covers parts of the Tower Grove South and Tower Grove East neighborhoods. Pretty soon after that last election, she set her sights on higher office. In the race for president, her main opponents are incumbent Lewis Reed and State Sen.
Jamilah Nasheed , D-St. Raychel Proudie is the latest guest on Politically Speaking, where she talked with St. Proudie represents the 73rd district, which takes in St. Ann and Hazelwood. She joined St.
Green has recorded an episode that will air later this month. The Columbia Republican talked with St. Rowden was first elected to the Senate in , winning one of the most expensive legislative races in history against Democratic Rep. Stephen Webber. He represents Boone and Cooper counties in the Missouri Senate. He joined St. Reed is squaring off against three other Democratic candidates in the March 5 primary, including state Sen.
Nasheed and Green have recorded Politically Speaking episodes that will air later this month. Butler was elected to the citywide office in November after defeating longtime incumbent Sharon Carpenter in a Democratic primary. His office is responsible for issuing birth and death certificates, as well as filing real estate deeds. Louis on the Air St.
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