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The 55th and current Governor of the U.S. state of Missouri, serving since 2009.
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ENG: Jeremiah Wilson "Jay" Nixon (born February 13, 1956 in De Soto, Missouri) is the 55th and current Governor of the U.S. state of Missouri. A member of the Democratic Party, he previously served as Missouri's Attorney General before his election in 2008. Nixon holds both an undergraduate degree and a law degree from the University of Missouri in Columbia. Political career He made his first bid for statewide office in 1988, an unsuccessful effort to oust incumbent U.S. Senator John Danforth. Nixon was defeated by Danforth, winning 32% of the vote compared to Danforth's 68%. Nixon was first elected as Missouri's Attorney General on November 3, 1992, on a platform of fighting crime, cleaning up government corruption, and protecting consumers and the environment. Nixon followed ...
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Nixon fills circuit court vacancy in central Mo.


COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon has appointed Associate Circuit Judge Christine Carpenter to fill a vacancy at the circuit judge level in Boone and Callaway counties. Carpenter replaces Circuit Judge Gene Hamilton, who retired from the 13th Judicial Circuit last month after 28 years on the bench. Carpenter was sworn in Friday at the Boone County Courthouse. She'll serve the balance of Hamilton's term through 2012 and would have to run for a full term as circuit judge. Carpenter's husband, Joe Bindbeutel (BIHND'-boy-tuhl), worked for Nixon in the Missouri ...


Nixon stays out of political heat


Governor Jay Nixon at a bill signing ceremony in Joplin, MO. (Photo/Eli Yokley) (STARK CITY, Mo.) Governor Jay Nixon is one of the most recent individuals to win state-wide office as a Democrat. His opinion on Democratic performance would be valuable. On a conference call with journalists, Nixon wouldn’t allow himself to get into the politics. Nixon was speaking from a small business in Stark City, right off of a soy bean farm andasked what he thought of the chances of Democrats just 21 days out from the general election. “I’m confident the election is going to ...


Nixon addresses higher ed issues with educators


COLUMBIA -- Gov. Jay Nixon recently provided an update to leaders of Missouri's public four-year colleges and universities on the progress toward the agenda for higher education that he presented in August. The Governor spoke at a statewide workshop on the topics of academic transformation and collaboration that was held in Columbia; the workshop was sponsored by the Council on Public Higher Education (COPHE) and was attended by leaders from the 13 member universities that comprise COPHE. When the Governor met with the presidents and board members of all the state's colleges and ...


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Governor Greitens Takes Action on Remaining Legislation
Governor Greitens Takes Action on Remaining Legislation Today, Governor Eric Greitens signed SB 501, a bill to combat the opioid crisis, and SB 62, a bill that modifies provisions related to pension systems. SB 62 makes a number of changes to benefit dedicated state employees and introduces common-sense cost saving measures.
Governor Greitens Takes Action on Pending Legislation
Today, Governor Eric Greitens signed nine bills into law. SB 503, sponsored by Senator Munzlinger, enhances public safety across the state by giving regional EMS directors the authority to create protocols that allow a local EMT or paramedic to contact a physician for instruction in treating patients with rare conditions.
Governor Greitens announces new website to help Missouri citizens cut government red tape
Today, Governor Greitens announced the launch of a website, www.NoMORedTape.com, for Missourians to submit recommendations for action to cut government red tape. In a statement first posted to his Facebook page, the Governor said: “Earlier this year, a small business owner from Bolivar commented on our Facebook page. He told us about a crazy Missouri regulation that required his business to have a landline phone. It cost him $1,500 a year. 
Governor Greitens Takes Action to Address Opioid Epidemic
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