Jason Kander


Missouri Manual Will Return to Print

Only available online in recent years, the Missouri state manual will have print copies in a few months.


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Investment Scam Costs Victims Hundreds of Thousands

Sixteen Missourians, looking for a big return on their investment, are now hoping to get their money back from the scammers who have probably already spent it.


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Mo. Secretary of State Cracks Down on Investment Scam

Secretary of State Jason Kander shut down a St. Charles County-based scheme that took in more than $725,000 from 16 Missourians.


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Mo. House Endorses Voter Photo ID Requirement

Missouri House Republicans are trying again to enact legislation that would require voters to show photo identification before casting ballots.


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Mo. Senate Mulls Voter Identification Laws Again

Missouri’s previous efforts of enacting a law have failed in the courts.


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Capitol Perspectives: A Different Perspective on Lobbyists

Secretary of State Jason Kander had an interesting observation when he announced his proposal to restrict special interest money in government and politics. “It’s easy for politicians to vilify lobbyists,” he said.


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Missouri Allows Online Voter Registration

Missourians can now go online to register to vote or change their addresses on file with elections authorities.


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Missouri State Secretary Creates Voting Complaints Group

Secretary of State Jason Kander established a new program he said is meant to protect Missouri elections and Missouri voters’ rights Tuesday.


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Kander Bars St. Louis Attorney from Doing Business in Missouri

Lisa Krempasky’s error was running a real estate investment scheme, even though she’s not registered to sell investments in Missouri.


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Kander To Announce ‘Major Securities Action’

Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander scheduled a news conference Thursday at the Old Post Office in St. Louis.