The candidates for governor in Missouri, Democrat Chris Koster (left) and Republican Eric Greitens, are spending a lot of campaign energy on blistering TV ads but far too little on issues that matter to people in the state — like improving roads and bridges and K-12 public education, The Star's Editorial Board writes.
The candidates for governor in Missouri, Democrat Chris Koster (left) and Republican Eric Greitens, are spending a lot of campaign energy on blistering TV ads but far too little on issues that matter to people in the state — like improving roads and bridges and K-12 public education, The Star's Editorial Board writes. File photos
The candidates for governor in Missouri, Democrat Chris Koster (left) and Republican Eric Greitens, are spending a lot of campaign energy on blistering TV ads but far too little on issues that matter to people in the state — like improving roads and bridges and K-12 public education, The Star's Editorial Board writes. File photos

Chris Koster, Eric Greitens go heavy on attack ads but skimpy on issues in Missouri governor’s race

September 19, 2016 02:30 PM

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