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.
“Hands up, let’s vote,” was the message from the attorney for Michael Brown’s family, Benjamin Crump, during a Monday night vote rally in Ferguson.
In addition to electing candidates, Illinois voters will be weighing in on five ballot questions.
A voter report-card mailer meant to grade Missouri residents on how often they vote compared to their neighbors has some in the state claiming it’s an invasion of privacy.
The Sunset Hills mayor – already charged with assault for allegedly running a cyclist off the road – now faces a council meeting tonight where there will be open talk of his impeachment.
The amendment would forgo teacher tenure in favor of performance evaluations. Grades would determine standards for pay and dismissals for Missouri teachers.
One response to Ferguson unrest from area leaders has been telling people to register to vote, and it appears they have listened.
For the first time in three years, Metro’s bus and train drivers and mechanics could have a new contract by the end of today.
Missouri Southern students voted for a tobacco-free campus, but narrowly rejected a new fee to fund athletics and recreation.
Some teenagers in Illinois can now register to vote in the state’s March primary, even if they’re still 17 when they cast their first ballots.