Tag: Missouri Times

Should Gov. Greitens resign? New polling shows voters think so

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A new set of polling conducted by The Missouri Times shows that roughly half of Missouri’s voters have an unfavorable opinion of Gov. Eric Greitens, and more think he should step down from office. A survey of 868 likely Missouri general election voters in 2018 shows that 27 percent of those polled had a favorable opinion of the embattled Republican Governor, who has been indicted on a charge of felony invasion […]

Curtman announces campaign for auditor

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Rep. Paul Curtman announced late Tuesday morning that he would be running for state auditor. Curtman will be vying for the Republican nomination against David Wasinger, a notable St. Louis accountant and lawyer. “Our state auditor should be an independent-minded leader who is dedicated to accountability,” Curtman said. “I have a proven conservative record of fighting against higher taxes, wasteful spending, and the expansion of government.” Curtman, a former Marine Sergeant, […]

New poll shows Greitens’ approval rating at 49 percent

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A new Missouri Times poll shows some slipping in the approval rating numbers for Governor Eric Greitens. The poll, conducted by Gravis Polling from a field of 1,245 registered Missouri voters, shows the Governor with a 49 percent approval rating and 28 percent of voters saying they disapprove. The numbers show a 4-point drop from polling in August when another Missouri Times poll showed a 53 percent approval rating. However, another […]