U.S. Senator — Missouri
Robin Carnahan is Missouri’s Secretary of State. She was first elected to the office in 2004 and re-elected in 2008. Carnahan is a fifth generation Missourian, who grew up in Rolla, Missouri, and graduated from Rolla High School.
In 1984, Roy Blunt was elected Missouri’s 32nd Secretary of State. Then Blunt served as an educator for several years before being elected to Congress in 1996. Blunt has held that position for seven terms. Blunt is a fifth generation Missourian, born in Niangua, Missouri.
Jonathan Dine decided to run for U.S. Senate because he believes the current Senators are to secluded in Washington D.C. and are out of touch with Americans. Dine believes Government’s role must be limited to protection of our lives, liberty, and property.
Jerry Beck served four years as a United States Marine before returning to college and the workforce. Beck is a member of the National Rifle Association and is a firm believer in our gun rights. Beck was born in Novelty, Missouri.
The Carnahan/Blunt Debate
Missouri Congressman Roy Blunt debated Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan in Kansas City. Post Dispatch’s Tony Messenger was on the panel. He joins Mark to tell us what happened.
Local Developer and former Head of the St. Louis Board of Police Commissoners, Chris Goodson, and St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Reporter Jake Wagman, join Michael to talk about the art of the debate, the Robin Carnahan/Roy Blunt race for the Senate seat in Missouri and the current polling numbers.