Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft hopes to see voter ID and hand-marked paper ballots at polling places in the future.
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Jay Ashcroft has served as Missouri’s secretary of state since January 2017.
Here are the third-quarter filing reports for statewide offices in 2021.
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft has earmarked photo ID requirements for voting as one of several legislative priorities for the upcoming session.
The Safe at Home program has now served more than 7,000 people since it was implemented in August 2007.
A campaign to legalize cannabis use in Missouri is emphasizing the use of new revenue to expunge cannabis-related criminal records.
With the State Fair about to begin, Missourians are ready to get back to their favorite fair foods — and elected officials are no exception.
Amendment 1 would give the treasurer more investment options if approved by voters.
An attempt to put the proposed gas tax increase on the ballot was rejected due to a technical error — but the group has already refiled.
“Thank you for praying for us today and every day.”
Bills meant to reform eminent domain policies aimed at the Grain Belt Express project drew a crowd of supporters to the statehouse Wednesday.