Sign in Welcome! Log into your account your username your password Forgot your password? Get help Create an account Create an account Welcome! Register for an account your email your username A password will be e-mailed to you. Password recovery Recover your password your email A password will be e-mailed to you. Roo Report: “Representation goes a long way” – Dylan, Tom & Connor chat Missouri politics By Roo News March 12, 2021 InMulti-MediaPodcasts Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp You can find the Roo Report on Spotify and on Anchor.fm In this episode of the Roo Report, the guys chat Mayor Quinton Lucas’s possible run for U.S. Senator, the importance of Black voters and representation. Tags:Josh HawleyMayor Quinton LucasMissouri PoliticiansPODCASTPoliticsRoy Blunt Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp 146 Views Must Read Opinion: KC’s violent crime is a symptom of the impoverishment of non-white communities Lawrence Brooks IV - DaBaby’s HIV rant and the repercussions Zackary Zeller - Chiefs season preview Brandon Clark - UMKC theatre department returns to in-person productions Gabe Bartholome - Review: “Any Shape You Take” by Indigo De Souza Caleb Robbins - Previous articleOn the Topic of: Myers-BriggsNext articleRoo News Quick Bites – Episode 2 Related Articles Roo Report: “We have more similarities than we have differences” – Tom, Cristian, Dylan and Lawrence reminisce on their favorite moments from the season Roo Report: “Keep the pressure up” – Dylan, Lawrence, Connor, Cristian & Tom discuss the final Derek Chauvin trial verdict and how to honor... Roo Report: “We’re into guns and racism as a country” – Cristian, Lawrence, Connor, Dylan & Tom discuss Daunte Wright’s murder and police violence Roo Report: “Copaganda” – Cristian, Lawrence, Dylan & Tom talk the Chauvin trials and voting rights LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Comment: Please enter your comment! Name:* Please enter your name here Email:* You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.