Bev Randles

2016 Campaign
4:19 pm
Tue December 9, 2014

Kinder To Seek A Fourth Term As Lieutenant Governor

Peter Kinder
Credit (file photo: UPI)

Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder appears ready to bolster his standing as the longest-serving person in that office, as his campaign confirms he plans to seek a fourth term in 2016.

“As of right now, he plans to run for re-election in 2016,’’ a spokesman said Tuesday.

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Campaign 2016
12:52 pm
Mon December 8, 2014

Sinquefield Sets Record With $1 Million Donation To Potential 2016 Candidate

Rex Sinquefield
Credit Courtesy of Rex Sinquefield's web site

(Updated 2:50 p.m. Tues., Dec . 9)

Wealthy financier Rex Sinquefield appears to have made his choice for Missouri’s next lieutenant governor:  Bev Randles, chairman of the Missouri Club for Growth.

Sinquefield is backing up his support with a $1 million check into Randles’ newly created exploratory committee, set up Monday. Randles says she will spend months talking to fellow Republicans to decide whether she has adequate support for a 2016 campaign.

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On The Trail
12:22 am
Mon August 11, 2014

Checking The Score: How Well Did Sinquefield-Backed Candidates Fare?

Retired financier Rex Sinquefield made a big play during this year's primary cycle, with mixed results.
Credit Courtesy of Rex Sinquefield's web site

When it comes to donating to Missouri candidates and causes, retired financier Rex Sinquefield may subscribe to the idea of “going big or going home.” 

This past election campaign is no exception. Sinquefield has  given out around $4.4 million so far this year to support ballot initiatives, candidates and friendly political groups. That money has flowed directly -- or through outside groups -- to a host of candidates who competed in last week’s primary elections.

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Tax cuts
7:06 pm
Fri August 23, 2013

Coalition Calling For Override Of Tax Cut Veto Brings Tour To Mo. Capital City

Members of the Grow Missouri Coalition include (l-r) Carl Bearden of United for Missouri, Bev Randles of Missouri Club for Growth, and Dan Mehan of the Mo. Chamber.
Marshall Griffin/St. Louis Public Radio

While Governor Jay Nixon (D) continues touring Missouri to oppose efforts to override his veto of tax cut legislation, a group of business officials and political activists are trying to rally support for the override effort.

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