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Missouri will have two constitutional amendments on the Aug. 6 primary ballot, one to grant tax exemptions for child care facilities and another to rerun a 2022 election result on police funding thrown out by the state Supreme Court. more
Three initiative campaigns say they are on track to submit signatures that would put measures to legalize abortion and sports wagering, and to increase the minimum wage, on Missouri’s ballot this year. more
On Tuesday, April 9, Susan Klein, the executive director of Missouri Right to Life, spoke to the Democrat about the controversial "Right to Reproductive Freedom Initiative" petition. more
On Friday, April 5, members of Planned Parenthood, the Missourians for Constitutional Freedom, the Sedalia Democrat Club, and volunteers gathered in front of Bazoo Books to collect signatures for the "Right to Reproductive Freedom Initiative" petition. more
Just shy of 3,500 registered voters cast a ballot in the April 2 municipal election in Pettis County. more
Voters elected an incumbent and a newcomer to the State Fair Community College Board of Trustees in the April 2 municipal election. more
Below are the results of contested races and ballot questions in the April 2 municipal election in Pettis County, according to unofficial results from the Pettis County Clerk’s Office. An asterisk denotes the winners. more
Just shy of 3,500 registered voters cast a ballot in the April 2 municipal election in Pettis County. more
With the Municipal Election coming up Tuesday, April 2, Pettis County Clerk Nick La Strada spoke with the Democrat this week to offer some last-minute reminders for voters. more
This year’s elections will result in some of the biggest changes in Missouri Senate membership since term limits took effect 20 years ago, with at least nine members exiting the chamber and primary challenges that could send four incumbents home. more
Candidate filing ended Tuesday, March 26 for the Aug. 6 primary election in Missouri. more
Missouri House Speaker Dean Plocher, fending off an ethics investigation into allegations of misconduct, announced Tuesday he will drop out of the lieutenant governor’s race and instead seek the GOP nomination for secretary of state. more
President Joe Biden was expected to sweep Missouri Democrats’ presidential primary Saturday, although he already secured enough delegates nationally to receive the Democratic nomination earlier this month. more
On Friday, March 22, three candidates for the State Fair Community College Board of Trustees explained why they should be given one of two six-year terms in the April 2 municipal election. more
In the upcoming April 2 municipal election, voters in the Village of Hughesville will be presented with a ballot question: “Shall the $0.30 tax levy on $100 valuation for general municipal purposes for four years in the Village of Hughesville, Missouri, be approved?” more
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden goes before Missouri primary voters on Saturday, and much has changed since the last time he was on the state's ballot seeking the Democratic presidential nomination. more
Editor's note: This article has been updated to correct the Sedalia City Council ward that Chris Marshall represents. more
Three candidates are running for two seats on the Pettis County R-XII (Dresden) Board of Education, a three-year term, in the April 2 municipal election. more
Five candidates are vying for two seats on the Pettis County R-V (Northwest) Board of Education in the April 2 municipal election. more
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