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Former Gov. Jay Nixon selected Great Rivers Greenway Board

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) -St. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page has tapped a former Missouri governor to oversee a board that aims to bring together St. Louisans. Former Jay Nixon will join 11 others on the Great River Greenway board. The members will oversee the upcoming 20-mile trail district which will become a haven for cyclists, runners, and walkers.
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Former Gov. Jay Nixon joins Great Rivers Greenway Board

ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KMOV.com) – St. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page has tapped a former Missouri governor to oversee a board that aims to bring St. Louisans together. Former Gov. Jay Nixon will join 11 others on the Great River Greenway board. The members will oversee the upcoming 20-mile trail district which will become a haven for cyclists, runners, and walkers.
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Jay Nixon says he won't run for Senate in 2022

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Former Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon will not run for the U.S. Senate in 2022, dashing hopes of some Democrats who thought Nixon had the best chance to beat a Republican in the increasingly conservative state. Nixon said in a statement that he believes he "will be...
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Former Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says he won’t run for US Senate following months of speculation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Former Gov. Jay Nixon will not run for U.S. Senate, removing the possibility that one of Missouri’s most prominent Democrats would enter the 2022 race. Nixon, 65, an attorney at the St. Louis firm Dowd Bennett, said Thursday he will keep practicing law in an “impactful way” and teaching at Washington University Law School.
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