485K of Illinois' 8M Registered Voters Cast Ballots EarlyIllinois State Board of Elections officials say over 6 percent of Illinois' record 8 million active registered voters have already cast their ballots with a little more than a week to go until Election Day.
St. Louis County Hopes to Avoid Repeat of April Election ProblemsThey are working fervently to avoid a repeat of the April election when voters were turned away because they ran out of paper ballots.
St. Louis County To Launch Probe Into Election FiascoCommittee of the Whole meeting to be held "at the soonest possible time."
Mo. Supreme Court Keeps Farming, Gun Rights MeasuresMissouri's Supreme Court has upheld two constitutional amendments guaranteeing the right to farm and the right to bear arms.
Midday Check on St. Louis Municipal Primary Shows Few ProblemsSome technical glitches with voting machines reported, and bad weather holds down turnout.
Missouri Lawmakers Send 8 Issues to VotersLawmakers have referred an unusually large number of constitutional amendments to the ballot for voters to decide.
Legislators Could Change the Way Missourians VoteA bill that could change the way ballots are cast, awaits one more Senate vote before moving to the house.
Ill. Early Voting Underway, Mo. Gaining MomentumEarly voting for the March 18 primary begins across Illinois on Monday. Meanwhile, supporters of an early voting period in Missouri are gathering petition signatures.
Missouri Senate Panel Considers Paper-Only Ballots The committee heard testimony Monday from some former poll workers who say the machines now used in Missouri malfunction and miscount votes.
Proposition E Puts Health Care Back on Missouri BallotsMissouri voters will get to cast ballots in November on another key component of the health care law -- insurance exchanges.