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- Ozarks Tonight: John Farmer de la Torre Wants to Represent 'The People'
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- Ozarks Tonight: You're Picking a Party too on Primary Election Day
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- Think About It: Getting Ready for Primary Day, August 7th
- Ozarks Tonight: Commissioner Cirtin, Past Concerns and Future Plans for Greene County
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- Hawley KOLR10 Exclusive: "Way of Life" at Stake
- McCaskill KOLR10 Exclusive: "Proud" to be a Moderate
- Ozarks Tonight: Dixon Wants to tell Greene's Story as Presiding Commissioner
- Ozarks Tonight: Jim Evans, an Eisenhower Republican for Missouri 7th
- Political Analysis - Kavanaugh Nomination and Missouri Politics
- Ozarks Tonight: The Fairbanks at Five
- Ozarks Tonight: Knowing SWMO's Democratic Minority
- Ozarks Tonight: Rep. Curtis Trent on Previous Session and Future Plans at the Capitol
- Ozarks Tonight: Rep. Crystal Quade's Jeff City Goals for 2019
About Brian Calfano
Brian Calfano is KOLR10's political analyst, and hosts KOLR10’s Ozarks Tonight. He appears frequently on our newscasts to offer insights into the political process and analyzes developments on the American political landscape.
Brian also examines how government programs and politics impact life for families in the Ozarks.
Brian Calfano holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of North Texas and teaches in the political science and journalism departments at the University of Cincinnati.
He has published over 50 academic journal articles and other manuscripts on public opinion, religion and politics, media, and related topics.
He currently lives in Cincinnati but is regularly in Springfield to work on projects for KOLR10 News.