Medical marijuana, an increasingly higher minimum wage and Josh Hawley’s Senate win are some of the results from the Nov. 6 midterm elections.
Trump spoke about the economy, upcoming midterm elections and encouraged attendees to elect Attorney General Josh Hawley to the U.S Senate.
A day after Trump’s rally in Columbia, Claire McCaskill spoke to voters about the midterm election.
The study, conducted by an MU political organization, found that students who watched the latest U.S. Senate debate in Missouri are more likely to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.
McCaskill’s stop, which marks the fifth in a tour through Missouri colleges, focused on bipartisan efforts in Congress and her thoughts on U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
About 200 students attended the forum, which took place Friday afternoon in Jesse Wrench Auditorium.
Rally organizers and Columbia citizens alike gathered outside Sen. McCaskill’s office to influence her no vote on the bill.
Title IX Administrator Ellen Eardley: “In hookup culture, with a lack of sex education (and) with a lot of alcohol, you may make a really big mistake.”
McCaskill has been serving Missouri in the U.S. Senate since 2006.
Gov. Nixon and several legislators spoke out about Concerned Student 1950.
Senator Claire McCaskill and a team of senators strengthened the Campus Accountability and Safety Act in hopes of moving it through the Senate and the House of Representatives.
McCaskill touched on the Sasha Menu Corey case as well as Dorial Green-Beckman’s dismissal from the Mizzou football team during her keynote speech.
The crowd expressed concerns that students are not aware of resources and procedures for dealing with sexual violence.
McCaskill said she plans to fund organizations that train African Americans to assume leadership roles in their communities.
McCaskill has backed a fully paid for bill to lower loan interest rates.
Missouri’s U.S. Senator applauded Vice President Joe Biden’s support.
he Missouri senator plans to combat the spread of sexual violence on college campuses.
Supporters for the reform believe Article 32 to be biased against the victims of sexual assault.
The president said he would put off a vote on the military strike while working on a diplomatic option.