Congressman Clay Questions Voter ID Effectiveness Clay sent a letter to Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft demanding to know what he is doing to protect Missouri elections from foreign tampering.
Special Election Puts Voter ID Law to the TestMissouri's new Voter ID law, which is already under court challenge, could get its first real-life test July 11th.
Mayor Krewson Calls Voter ID "Over-Reach"Missouri's new Voter ID Law, which is already under a court challenge, is being called "an over-reach" by St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson.
Lawsuit Aims to Block New Voter ID LawA lawsuit filed by the ACLU of Missouri is seeking to block the state's new voter ID law from remaining in effect for that election.
2 Groups File Lawsuit to Halt Missouri's Voter ID LawThe suit alleges that Missouri has failed to provide funding for voter education, free voter IDs for those who need them, and training for poll workers.
Missouri Official: IDs Available for Voters Who Need ThemA constitutional amendment approved by voters last November requires photo IDs for voting, with some exceptions.
Ashcroft Begins Effort to Educate Voters on Missouri ID Law The law doesn't apply to municipal elections on Tuesday and April 4.
Amendment Six: Will This Curb Voter Fraud?American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri says the Show Me State has joined another "list of bad firsts."
Amendment 6 - Voter ID Measure - Passes in MissouriThe amendment supporters say will help prevent voter fraud has passed in Missouri.
Clergy, Unions Oppose Amendment SixMissouri's Voter ID initiative would be too restrictive and costly, they say
The Latest: Missouri Bill for E-Verify Exceptions FailsMissouri lawmakers have failed to enact a bill to allow for exceptions to a requirement that some businesses use the federal E-Verify program to check whether job applicants are authorized to work in the U.S.
Missouri Lawmakers Back Voter Photo ID, Looser Gun LawsMissouri's Republican-led Legislature used its supermajority Wednesday to override a gubernatorial veto of a voter photo ID requirement, then immediately shifted its attention to measure that would significantly relax the state's gun laws.