St. Louis needs to better document its expenditures
Show-Me Daily calls for greater transparency on spending within the city of St. Louis.
A vote on the judicial selection process during primary season doesn't seem democratic
The Wichita Eagle Blog is frustrated that Republican Senators in Kansas are pushing for a potential public vote on changing the judicial selection process to be during the primaries in August rather than the November general election.
James takes a vocal stance on gun control in KC
Tony's Kansas City notes that Mayor Sly James is taking a strong stance on gun control in Kansas City.
KCK mayoral candidate forum set for February 11
20 Pounds of Headlines writes that the first mayoral candidate forum has been set for February 11. The forum will focus on mass transit.
Thoughts on unlikely arena for progress when it comes to equality for women
MO Rage considers the issue of equality for women in the context of the military and capital punishment.
Taking a closer look at the mayoral race in St. Louis
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix checks in with the latest on the mayoral race in St. Louis.
Nixon keeps getting large campaign contributions even as he seeks a cap
PoliticMo reports that even as Gov. Jay Nixon calls for campaign contribution limits, his campaign is still receiving and accepting five-figure contributions.