The Celock Report

The Celock Report is original reporting and analysis of state politics and government and what is occurring “on the ground” politically around the country. Written by John R.D. Celock, an award winning writer and author with an expertise in politics at all levels, The Celock Report strives to bring reporting and analysis on the political issues important to the daily lives of Americans.

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Missouri Governor Resigns

By John Celock Culminating a political career that shook up Missouri politics and ended in a series of scandals, Missouri…  Read More >


Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor Defeated

By John Celock Pennsylvania’s embattled lieutenant governor has been defeated in his bid for a second term. Returns from Tuesday’s…  Read More >


New York Lawmakers Begin Attorney General Hunt

By John Celock New York lawmakers have begun the search for a new state attorney general with several candidates pointing…  Read More >


Kansas Passes Minimum Age For Governor

By John Celock Kansas is one step closer to requiring a minimum age to run for governor with lawmakers voting…  Read More >


Missouri Senate Race Remains Competitive

By John Celock Missouri voters are in store for another competitive Senate race, as a new poll shows both candidates…  Read More >


Lawmakers Advance Budget

By john Celock The Kansas House of Representatives advanced a budget proposal Friday that lawmakers said would continue reversing budget…  Read More >


New Jersey To Hold Eight Special Legislative Elections This Year

By John Celock Voters in six New Jersey legislative districts will go to the polls this November to elect seven…  Read More >


Longtime New Jersey Legislator Passes

By John Celock New Jersey’s longest serving state Assembly member has passed away. Assembly Speaker Pro Tempore Jerry Green (D-Plainfield)…  Read More >


Lawmakers Advance School Safety Bill

By John Celock Kansas lawmakers advanced legislation that would create new school safety plans and curriculums. The state House of…  Read More >


Congresswoman Louise Slaughter Passes Away

The first woman to chair the U.S. House Rules Committee died Friday at the age of 88. U.S. Rep. Louise…  Read More >


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