Machines Changing Votes, Other Election Day Stories From KMOX CallersVoting machines that were switching Trump votes to Clinton and cell phone problems led the way.
Chance the Rapper Leads Parade to Chicago Polling SiteChance the Rapper has led hundreds of people from a concert he headlined through Chicago's business district and to an early voting site.
U.S. Justice Department to Monitor St. Louis Election ProceedingsWhen you cast your ballot, if there's an issue, the DOJ says it'll have a "robust election monitors program in place."
Voters Remain Undecided Day Before Presidential ElectionVoters say the election has been a "taboo" subject and there is danger in voicing their preferred presidential candidate.
Missouri Democrats Hoping For Big Turnout On TuesdaySen. Claire McCaskill gives pep talk to volunteers headed out to knock on doors
Timberlake's Selfie Snafu Reminds Voters of Polling Place PolicyThe musician got into trouble after he posted an illegal picture of himself at the ballot box.
Top Missouri Politicians React To Trump's "Rigged Election" ClaimRepublican Congresswoman, Democratic Governor say system works.
Election Director: County is as Prepared as Can Be For Nov. 8thDirector Eric Fey is anticipating a county turnout of between 76 to 79 percent of voters.
Early Voting Kicks Off in IllinoisEarly voting locations can be found online at elections.IL.gov.
Hearing Begins for Absentee Voter Fraud AllegationThe hearing before Judge Rex Burlison is scheduled to start at 9 a.m.
Voters Fear Hackers Rigging November ElectionDemocratic Director of Elections Mary Wheeler Jones says vote tallies are not transmitted online or through wireless connections where they would be accessible to hackers.
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.

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