Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft discussed what's next for him on "This Week in Missouri Politics."
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Jay Ashcroft has served as Missouri’s secretary of state since January 2017.
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The governor said the General Assembly had not made such a request, and this was the first one he had received from the secretary of state.
"Residents in the affected districts will be represented only by their state senator as lawmakers take crucial votes on spending, abortion, and congressional redistricting."
"I think it’s improper that the Department of Justice, for partisan, political purposes, is besmirching the election laws that are duly passed and enacted in the state of Texas."
Missouri’s map would likely remain 6-2 favoring Republicans — instead of a rumored 7-1 —if the draft were approved.
Judge Daniel Green certified the secretary of state’s ballot language and said it "fairly and sufficiently summarizes Amendment 1."
“I pray that the U.S. Supreme Court makes the right decision, but while it may decide what is constitutional and what is not, it does not decide what is moral and what is right and what is just."
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