Professor Dave Robertson offers his take on this week’s primary races

by | Aug 1, 2016

The UMSL political scientist has been busy working with area media to help Missouri voters sift fact from fabrication leading up to Aug. 2.
Dave Robertson on "St. Lous on the Air"

UMSL’s David Robertson, chair of the Department of Political Science, joined St. Louis Public Radio political reporters Rachel Lippmann (center) and Jo Mannies (at left) on “St. Louis on the Air” July 26 to help break down what Missouri voters should know before they head to the polls Aug. 2. (Photo by Kelly Moffitt/St. Louis Public Radio)

Guns. Religion. Dirty Money. Missouri politics.

The Aug. 2 Missouri primaries include many contested and highly contentious races – none more so than that of Republican candidates for governor and attorney general. It can be confusing – especially if all you see are the political advertisements.

Leading up to the election, University of Missouri–St. Louis Curators’ Professor of Political Science David Robertson has been working with area media to help Missouri voters sift fact from fabrication.

Hear what the veteran professor and political commentator has to say via the St. Louis Post-DispatchSt. Louis Public Radio | 90.7 KWMU or the Nine Network.

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Bob Samples is associate vice chancellor for university communications at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
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