Missouri Candidates for Governor, Election Race 2014

Missouri Congress Candidates
Missouri Governor Candidates

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Missouri candidates for governor will be having their Democrat and Republican gubernatorial primaries in 2014:

Primary Date: August 5, 2014

Missouri Governor

Jay Nixon (D) - Next Election is in 2016.

Missouri Candidates for Congress

Missouri Candidates for Governor
Missouri Congressional Candidates

District 1:
Lacy Clay (D)
Martin Baker (R)
Daniel Elder (R)
David Koehr (R)
Robb Cunningham (Libertarian)

District 2:
Ann Wagner (R)
Arthur Lieber (D)
Bill Slantz (Libertarian)

District 3:
Blaine Luetkemeyer (R)
Joe Frost (R)
John Morris (R)
Leonard Steinman (R)
Courtney Denton (D)
Velma Steinman (D)
Steven Hedrick (Libertarian)
Harold Davis (Write-In)

District 4:
Vicky Hartzler (R)
John Webb (R)
Nate Irvin (D)
Randy Langkraehr (Libertarian)
Herschel Young (Libertarian)

District 5:
Emanuel Cleaver (D)
Bob Gough (D)
Eric Holmes (D)
Charles Lindsey (D)
Mark Memoly (D)
Samuel Alao (R)
Mike Burris (R)
Berton Knox (R)
Bill Lindsey (R)
Jacob Turk (R)
Roy Welborn (Libertarian)

District 6:
Sam Graves (R)
Kyle Reid (R)
Christopher Ryan (R)
Brian Tharp (R)
Gary Crose (D)
Edward Fields (D)
Bill Hedge (D)
Russ Monchil (Libertarian)

District 7:
Billy Long (R)
Marshall Works (R)
Jim Evans (D)
Genevieve Williams (D)
Kevin Craig (Libertarian)
Vincent Jennings (Independent)

District 8:
Jason Smith (R)
Barbara Stocker (D)
Doug Enyart (Constitution)
Rick Vandeven (Libertarian)
Terry Hampton (Independent)

Missouri Senator Candidates

Missouri History. What every Missouri Governor Candidate should know:

The University of Missouri was created in 1839. Six years later, St. Louis was connected by telegraph to the east coast. The same year, the first bank west of the Mississippi was established. The business leadership of St. Louis consisted primarily of Yankees from East, along with some Southerners. Much of the working class, especially the craftsman, were German immigrants.

After the California Gold Rush began in 1848, Saint Louis, Independence, Westport and especially Saint Joseph became departure points for those joining wagon trains to the West. They bought supplies and outfits in these cities to make the six-month overland trek to California, earning Missouri the nickname "Gateway to the West". This is memorialized by the Gateway Arch in St. Louis and its associated museum.

In 1848, Kansas City was incorporated on the banks of the Missouri River. In 1860, the Pony Express began its short-lived run from Saint Joseph to Sacramento, California.