gubernatorial campaign

Another Republican is jumping into next year’s race for Missouri governor.

Bob Dixon currently represents Springfield and parts of Green County in the Missouri Senate, having first been elected to the 30th District seat in 2010 and re-elected last year. Before that he served four terms in the Missouri House.

Attorney General's Office

  Missouri's Democratic Attorney General Chris Koster has more money for a gubernatorial campaign than all of his Republican rivals combined.

Former Missouri House Speaker and U.S. Attorney Catherine Hanaway says she has about $1.5 million to spend on a campaign for governor.

Hanaway on Monday said her campaign received about $360,000 in donations from 200 contributors during the past three months. She spent about $105,000.

That brings her up to roughly $1.5 million when combined with previous donations.

Hanaway was the only woman to have served as Missouri House speaker.

Peter Kinder

Missouri Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder has announced his candidacy for governor near the scene of last year's protests in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.

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It's barely 2014. Candidates haven't even officially begun filing for this year's elections. Yet Missouri's 2016 gubernatorial campaign is in full swing.

Dave Spence

Republican businessman Dave Spence has chipped in another half-million dollars to his Missouri gubernatorial campaign.