Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will visit St. Louis on Tuesday to attend a campaign fundraiser. Columnist Dave Helling writes that we don’t know whether Missouri voters will play a significant role in the 2016 presidential campaign, but there are hints that both Democrats and Republicans are keeping an eye on the state, which is an unexpected development.
Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will visit St. Louis on Tuesday to attend a campaign fundraiser. Columnist Dave Helling writes that we don’t know whether Missouri voters will play a significant role in the 2016 presidential campaign, but there are hints that both Democrats and Republicans are keeping an eye on the state, which is an unexpected development. Jim Cole The Associated Press
Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will visit St. Louis on Tuesday to attend a campaign fundraiser. Columnist Dave Helling writes that we don’t know whether Missouri voters will play a significant role in the 2016 presidential campaign, but there are hints that both Democrats and Republicans are keeping an eye on the state, which is an unexpected development. Jim Cole The Associated Press

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