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Missouri's Elections Won't Be Very Competitive

(Washington, DC) -- Labor Day usually marks the race to the finish line for elections, but voters in Missouri don't have much to get fired-up about. The "St. Louis Post-Dispatch" reports none of the eight elections in Missouri for U.S. House are considered even a little competitive by national political experts. There are also no elections for senator or governor in the state. In Illinois, voters are going to have a little more lively election season, as they will choose a U.S. senator and governor, plus winners of two of the most heated U.S. House races in the country this year.

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