Missouri’s elected officials may be seeing an increase in pay over the next two years after a state commission suggested the raises.
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Jay Ashcroft has served as Missouri’s secretary of state since January 2017.
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft found “no probable cause” Auditor Nicole Galloway violated state law and misused her office during the 2020 campaigns.
Here’s a look at what a presidential recount would look like in Missouri and an overhead view of near-misses for the state.
From campaign trail profiles to finance reports to explainers on just what exactly is on the ballot, here is your one-stop-shop for all things 2020.
Catch up with candidates and Missouri voters alike as we travel around the state ahead of Election Day.
More than 800,000 ballots have already been returned to the state of Missouri, according to the Secretary of State’s Office.
Missouri voters who test positive for COVID-19 — or are otherwise so ill or injured they cannot make it to the polls Tuesday — must rely on local election authorities for emergency voting options, according to the Secretary of State’s Office.
From vegetables to fast food to fried bologna sandwiches, here’s a look at what some 2020 candidates are consuming on the trail this year.
The Missouri Times spoke with election officials from three counties of varying populations facing similar challenges.
Here you can view the total contributions, expenditures, and more for each candidate seeking to represent the state.