Senator Ken Jacob has a message for the Republicans - with control of both the House and the Senate, it's time for results. Elizabeth Gill has the story in Jefferson City:
Jacob, who democrats have nominated to lead them in the Senate, vows to hold Republicans to their campaign promises:
Republican party spokesperson Scott Baker says the party intends to follow through on their campaign pledges. He says Missourians statewide have shown Republican support at all levels of government. From the State Capitol, I'm Elizabeth Gill, KMOX news. Date: November 7, 2002
By: Elizabeth Gill
State Capital Bureau
One leading Democratic senator reeling from state-wide losses on Election Day attacks Republican campaign financing. Elizabeth Gill has the story in Jefferson City:
Senator Ken Jacob blasted the Republican party for what he calls deceptive ads financed by special interest funds. He says Democratics can't compete with the Republicans from a financial standpoint:
Republican party spokesman Scott Baker says Democrats are looking for excuses. He used the U.S. senate race as a spending example. He says Democratic candidate Jean Carnahan spent 50 percent more on her campaign than Republican challenger Jim Talent. From the State Capitol, I'm Elizabeth Gill.