The desire of Sen. Claire McCaskill to separate herself from the longtime leader of her party so publicly is one reason many quickly interpreted her move as yet another sign that she is considering a 2016 run for Missouri governor.
The desire of Sen. Claire McCaskill to separate herself from the longtime leader of her party so publicly is one reason many quickly interpreted her move as yet another sign that she is considering a 2016 run for Missouri governor. Lauren Victoria Burke The Associated Press
The desire of Sen. Claire McCaskill to separate herself from the longtime leader of her party so publicly is one reason many quickly interpreted her move as yet another sign that she is considering a 2016 run for Missouri governor. Lauren Victoria Burke The Associated Press

Sen. Claire McCaskill’s opposition to Harry Reid for Senate Democratic leader hints at gubernatorial ambition

November 13, 2014 06:57 PM

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