This election cycle finds Missouri with just one statewide elected office on the ballot. Instead, voters are being greeted by a series of ballot questions aimed at specific issues.
The amendment would forgo teacher tenure in favor of performance evaluations. Grades would determine standards for pay and dismissals for Missouri teachers.
Republican Sen. Pat Roberts’ campaign manager is calling the Kansas Supreme Court’s decision to remove his Democratic opponent from the ballot a travesty.
Those who’ve moved or changed names must re-register.
Call cameras a “money grab” that targets those who can least afford or fight tickets.
A Missouri judge is deciding on the wording of a health care proposal appearing on the November ballot.
State elections officials have ruled the measure’s proponents collected too few signatures to get it on the ballot.
Supporters of a petition to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana in Springfield are running out of time to collect enough signatures to get the issue on the November ballot.
Two Missouri Republicans running for state-wide office are backing a lawsuit challenging language on Missouri’s upcoming ballot.
The authority of the Missouri auditor to write financial estimates for ballot initiatives is under scrutiny by the state Supreme Court.