Sen. Paul LeVota, an Independence Democrat, said his resignation would take effect Aug. 23 to give him time to coordinate his office’s transition and to allow Gov. Jay Nixon time to call a special election to fill his seat.
Sen. Paul LeVota, an Independence Democrat, said his resignation would take effect Aug. 23 to give him time to coordinate his office’s transition and to allow Gov. Jay Nixon time to call a special election to fill his seat. File photo by Kelley McCall The Associated Press
Sen. Paul LeVota, an Independence Democrat, said his resignation would take effect Aug. 23 to give him time to coordinate his office’s transition and to allow Gov. Jay Nixon time to call a special election to fill his seat. File photo by Kelley McCall The Associated Press

Sen. Paul LeVota of Independence resigns amid sexual harassment accusations

July 24, 2015 07:01 PM

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