Automatic Voter Registration Plan Gets House OKSupporters predict expanding the franchise to 2 million people. Republicans fear a ploy to gin up Democrats to flood polling places.
Voter ID Requirement Advancing in Missouri SenateThe measures still need a final vote before going back to the House.
St. Louis County To Launch Probe Into Election FiascoCommittee of the Whole meeting to be held "at the soonest possible time."
NAACP Wants Some St. Louis County Polling Places MovedBeing required to cast ballots in a police station may be causing lower turnout, officials say
Voter ID Proposals Move Forward in Missouri HouseIn a voice vote, lawmakers finalized the language of a bill and a constitutional amendment aimed at requiring a photo ID to vote.
Ethics, Voter ID Among Measures to Watch in Missouri SessionMissouri lawmakers arrived at the Capitol on Wednesday to start the 2016 session.
Midday Check on St. Louis Municipal Primary Shows Few ProblemsSome technical glitches with voting machines reported, and bad weather holds down turnout.
Ferguson Protestors in Running for TIME's Person of the YearFerguson protestors place in the top half of TIME magazine's reader's poll for Person of the Year.
Vote Now – People’s Choice Awards Voting Is Officially OpenThe People's Choice Awards announced that nominee voting is now open.
Early Voting Kicks Off Today in IllinoisFor the first time, you won’t have to show photo identification to vote early, and early voting hours will also be extended in most counties.
Election Official: 'Unusual' Number of People Voting Republican in North CountyRita Heard Days says people who would not normally vote Republican in North St. Louis County are doing so in this election.
Low Voter Turnout in St. Louis CityProblems have been few, Republican Director of Elections Gary Stoff tells KMOX.

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