Missouri Governor Jay Nixon was in St. Charles on Wednesday trying to burnish his credentials as chief steward of the state's economy.
It’s an election year, and so the question of who deserves credit or blame for the economy is up for debate.
Nixon toured LMI Aerospace Inc., a maker of airplane parts for the commercial, corporate and military jets.
LMI says it plans to add 100 jobs over the next five years. A move Nixon says is part of a larger story about manufacturing growth in Missouri.
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