Secretary of State Jason Kander says about 35.23 percent of eligible Missouri voters participated in this year’s elections.
Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander is predicting a little more than 39 percent of Missouri voters will make it to the polls today. But MU Political Science professor Marvin Overby thinks that estimate is too high.
He says that investments in Internet-based financial products that may not yet be fully vetted or understood can carry significant risk.
Only available online in recent years, the Missouri state manual will have print copies in a few months.
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.
Secretary of State Jason Kander shut down a St. Charles County-based scheme that took in more than $725,000 from 16 Missourians.
Missouri House Republicans are trying again to enact legislation that would require voters to show photo identification before casting ballots.
Missouri’s previous efforts of enacting a law have failed in the courts.
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.
Missourians can now go online to register to vote or change their addresses on file with elections authorities.