This is Seth Bachelier for Missouri Capital Caucus.
Opposing candidates for office must keep a close eye on each other, but one candidate for state treasurer says it's gone too far.
Democrat Nancy Farmer says she believes her Republican rival Todd Graves has people stalking her.
She claims men driving cars with Todd Graves bumper stickers follow her around with videocameras.
And she says she has the photos to prove it.
Farmer recently posted the photos on her campaign web site.
Spokesman Chuck Miller says that people have been following her everywhere.
And, Miller says it isn't typical campaign strategy for unknown people to follow Farmer.
But, Graves suspects Farmer of campaign silliness.
He says he believes that publishing the photos is just petty political gamesmanship.
And as for the accusations, Graves only has one response.
Graves insists nobody in his campaign is responsible for the men videotaping his opponent.
But, Graves does admit that his campaign videotapes Farmer at her public campaign events.
He says it's normal practice.
From Jefferson City, I'm Seth Bachelier.