A survey by Monmouth University shows the Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, clinging to a one-point advantage over Hillary Clinton in Missouri. That’s far closer than the race was four years ago, when Mitt Romney hammered Barack Obama in the state.
A survey by Monmouth University shows the Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, clinging to a one-point advantage over Hillary Clinton in Missouri. That’s far closer than the race was four years ago, when Mitt Romney hammered Barack Obama in the state. File photos
A survey by Monmouth University shows the Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, clinging to a one-point advantage over Hillary Clinton in Missouri. That’s far closer than the race was four years ago, when Mitt Romney hammered Barack Obama in the state. File photos
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Missouri may still miss campaign despite narrow gap in Trump-Clinton race

August 23, 2016 12:00 PM

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