Top Issues to Watch in Missouri Legislative SessionThe 2016 legislative session begins Wednesday.
Kansas Legislators Moving Toward Changing Local ElectionsRepublican legislators in Kansas are moving to shift city and local school board elections to the fall of even-numbered years, saying the change will boost voter turnout.
St. Louis County Returns Mixed; Webster Props FailIn the Mehlville School Board elections, two members were elected: Lisa Dorsey and James Murphy.
Voter Turnout in Missouri Pegged at 35.23 PercentSecretary of State Jason Kander says about 35.23 percent of eligible Missouri voters participated in this year's elections.
The Midterm Elections Are OverHere's Mark Smith.
Mo. Senate Mulls Voter Identification Laws AgainMissouri's previous efforts of enacting a law have failed in the courts.
Anti-Obama Mood Hurts Dems In Arkansas Senate RaceIt's voters like Jammy Turner who give Republicans hope of ending an Arkansas political dynasty and taking control of the U.S. Senate this fall.
Missouri State Secretary Creates Voting Complaints GroupSecretary of State Jason Kander established a new program he said is meant to protect Missouri elections and Missouri voters' rights Tuesday.
Vote Them Out! But Will Election Day Reflect Public's DisapprovalA NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll indicates people are really serious this time, so will they vote accordingly?
Activists Say 5,200 People Are Illegally Registered to Vote in East St. Louis An activist wants a federal judge to order county or state officials to run East St. Louis elections, arguing that more than 5,200 people are illegally registered to vote in the struggling city.
Pew: American Voters Wary Of Candidate Endorsements From ChurchesA poll conducted by the Pew Research Center indicates that most American voters are wary of endorsements of political candidates made by religious institutions.
Illinois Could Expand Early Voting "We should use every opportunity to allow people to vote and I think that is what we need to move towards," Sen. Kwame Raoul said.

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