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David Ferrucci

David Ferrucci pictureBorn and raised in central Pennsylvania, David graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in 2001 with degrees in Philosophy and English.

He is currently entrolled in the graduate program in journalism at the University of Missouri.


Stories by David Ferrucci include:

  • 12/10/2004: Newspaper Story - The reorganization of state legislative offices follows every election year.
  • 12/ 7/2004: Newspaper Story - Governor-elect Matt Blunt has selected his former Sunday school teacher, Ken McClure to be his chief of staff.
  • 12/ 3/2004: Radio Story - Democrats are putting together their own version of tickets to Missouri's Jan. 10 inaguration.
  • 12/ 3/2004: Radio Story - Democrats are putting together their own version of tickets to Missouri's Jan. 10 inaguration.
  • 12/ 3/2004: Radio Story - Democrats are putting together their own version of tickets to Missouri's Jan. 10 inaguration.
  • 11/30/2004: Newspaper Story - Safety and smoothness rather than extended capacity for Missouri's roadways is how MoDot plans to spend its increased revenue from the passage of Amendment 3.
  • 11/30/2004: Newspaper Story - Among Missouri's certified votes, there will be more than 3,000 provisional ballots. However, that's less than half of the more than 8,000 provisional ballots cast.
  • 11/16/2004: Radio Story - The chief spokesperson for the Missouri Department of Transportation said allowing large trucks to travel the same speed as passenger cars does not increase highway fatalities.
  • 11/12/2004: Newspaper Story - Ken McClure, who led Blunt's transition team when he was elected secretary of state in 2000, worked for the state of Missouri for 23 years from 1974 to 1997.
  • 11/ 9/2004: Newspaper Story - Based on estimates from the secretary of state's office, provisional ballots in Missouri will not impact the final outcome of the 2004 statewide office elections.
  • 11/ 9/2004: Newspaper Story - The latest edition of the "Official Manual of the State of Missouri" gives two conflicting birth dates for U.S. Sen. Kit Bond.
  • 11/ 5/2004: Newspaper Story - Columbia Rep. Jeff Harris was named the new House minority floor leader in a close-door caucus Friday.
  • 10/22/2004: Newspaper Story - When Missourians step into the voting booth on Nov. 2, most will be using the same paper ballot they used in 2002.
  • 10/19/2004: Newspaper Story - The office of Missouri state treasurer has become somewhat of a poltitical stepping stone in recent years. This years candidates are State Senator Sarah Steelman and Arnold Mayor Mark Powell.
  • 10/15/2004: Newspaper Story - Mubarak Hamed, an economist for the Department of Natural Resources is the executive director of an Columbia-based charity organization that was raided by the FBI.
  • 10/ 5/2004: Newspaper Story - Political experts offer conflicting thoughts on the effect John Kerry's abandonment of TV advertising in Missouri will have on the state's gubernatorial race.
  • 10/ 5/2004: Newspaper Story - Several Missouri statewide candidates will be avoiding the spotlight of the presidential debate in St. Louis.
  • 9/21/2004: Radio Story - The Missouri state capital police increase presence in the wake of the shooting of Illinois state capital security officer.
  • 9/14/2004: Radio Story - State lawmakers will meet for their annual veto session. Lawmakers expect minimal activity.
  • 9/14/2004: Newspaper Story - There are more women on the statewide ballot than at anytime in the history of Missouri. One campaign is capitalizing on the appeal of female candidates.
  • 9/ 3/2004: Newspaper Story - As many unemployed Missourians are collecting assistance from the state as they seek new jobs, they're putting the state into a debt.
  • 8/27/2004: Newspaper Story - Former Missouri Governor Roger Wilson criticized GOP gubernatorial nonimee Matt Blunt's record on education at a press conference Friday. ML>