Marcia Fudge: The Cleveland congresswoman wants the Justice Department to investigate photo ID laws like the one planned for Missouri ballots in 2012Next year, Missouri voters will be asked to consider an amendment to the state's constitution, requiring voters to bring an unexpired Missouri or fe ... More >>
A lawsuit filed in Cole County yesterday asks the courts to strike the constitutional amendment known as the "Voter Protection Act" from Missouri ballots in 2012, calling the ballot language approved by legislators "insufficient," "unfair" and "misleading."The amendment stems from a bill that pas ... More >>
Advancement Project, a national voters' rights organization, is asking the St. Louis County Election Board to review the results and circumstances surrounding last week's race for the 24th District of the Missouri State Senate. Republican John Lamping squeaked out a narrow victory over his Democr ... More >>
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