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<img src=http://www.kwmu.org/pic/speakersm.gif border=0> VOTE '06: Five Republicans vying for MO Auditor

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Republican candidates Al Hanson (upper left), Jack Jackson (r), John Loudon (lower left), Sandra Thomas, & Mark Wright

By Kevin Lavery, KWMU

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St. Louis, MO – On Tuesday, Missouri voters will choose candidates in two statewide races.

While the U.S. Senate contest may be the summer headline grabber, there's also a crowded field of contenders vying to become Missouri's next state auditor.

There are five Republicans who want to replace Democrat Claire McCaskill in the Auditor's office (McCaskill isn't running again to instead run for Senate).

KWMUs Kevin Lavery has this look at the GOP field.

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