The Republican candidate for U.S. representative said his opponent has been "unwilling to debate me on the issues."
Sunday, August 5, 2012
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Republicans met Saturday morning in both cities.
Mitt Romney won caucuses in Richmond Heights and Clayton on Saturday, Maplewood-Brentwood Patch reports. Quoting from the news article: "The Hadley group started with a straw poll to get a sense of where the room stood, then some jockeying for position among delegates took place." Read about the outcome of votes at both locations and get insight from political science professor Charles Hinderliter in the complete article from Maplewood-Brentwood Patch. More about Saturday's caucuses on Patch:
Sunday, March 11, 2012
Clayton resident Tom Schweich, a Republican, serves as Missouri's auditor and has been asked to run for U.S. Senate.
Tom Schweich has no doubt former Gov. Mitt Romney will clinch the Republican presidential nomination. He just hopes it happens sooner rather than later so party leaders can "go against (President) Barack Obama" and not each other. "He's certainly way ahead in delegates," said Schweich, a Clayton resident, on Friday. In 2010, Romney came to St. Louis to support Schweich's campaign for Missouri auditor. It marked the first time the two had met. More than 500 people attended the fundraiser, which drew close to half a million dollars in donations. Schweich won the election. The next day, Romney called to congratulate him. Since that time, Schweich has endorsed Romney in his campaign for president. He accompanied him on a daylong trip through …
Friday, March 9, 2012
Missouri Republicans are asking the Missouri auditor to run against Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
Missouri Republicans want state auditor and Clayton resident Tom Schweich to oppose Claire McCaskill for senate, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Thursday. Quoting from the Post-Dispatch report: "Up to now, Schweich, a St. Louisan elected to state office in 2010, has resisted entreaties to run. But in recent days he took the step of formally organizing a political committee to test the waters for a Senate race." Read about the open letter Republicans have written to him and learn about Schweich's background in the complete Post-Dispatch article.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Plus, get election updates on Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch throughout the day, and preview the coming municipal elections April 3.
Clayton and Richmond Heights residents will select presidential nominees Tuesday as part of Missouri's primary. Look for updates throughout the day, and post your comments to this article to tell us about your experience at the polls. Catch up on the latest primary and election tidbits with our Election 2012 Headquarters page. You'll find polling places, coverage of the primary and April 3 election, and more. Finally, tell us who you think will win the Republican Party race in Missouri by voting in the attached poll.
Monday, February 6, 2012
Here's a how-to guide for finding and visiting your polling Tuesday in Missouri.
Clayton and Richmond Heights residents will have the opportunity to vote Tuesday in the presidential primary. (Bookmark our Election 2012 Headquarters page for complete local coverage.) While the Republican primary is nonbinding, some argue it will be predictive of Missouri's March 17 caucus. WHO ARE THE CANDIDATES? The candidates, by party, are as follows: Democratic Party President Barack Obama Randall Terry Darcy Richardson John Wolfe Republican Party Gary Johnson Herman Cain Mitt Romney Michael Meehan Rick Perry Keith Drummond Jon Huntsman Michele Bachmann Rick Santorum Ron Paul Libertarian Party James Orland Ogle III AT WHAT TIME CAN I VOTE? Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. HOW CAN I FIND MY POLLING PLACE? Go to our Election …
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Sam Fox is providing assistance to Mitt Romney's Republican presidential campaign, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
Monday, September 26, 2011
The fundraiser at which Chris Christie will appear benefits U.S. Congressional candidate Ann Wagner and is scheduled Tuesday morning at the Sheraton Clayton Plaza Hotel St. Louis.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is scheduled to visit a Clayton hotel Tuesday as part of a fundraiser for U.S. congressional candidate Ann Wagner. The private breakfast event runs from 8 to 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Sheraton Clayton Plaza Hotel St. Louis. On Monday, a group of people organized by advocacy group Progress Missouri held a protest against Christie in downtown Clayton. One photo from the event, posted by a Twitter user with the handle @ssnich, shows people holding signs with statements such as, "Stop the same old politics". ABC News reported being kicked out of another Clayton hotel amid tight security surrounding Christie's anticipated arrival. Christie will not hold any media events during his time Monday and Tuesday in St. Louis…