Rep. Kip Kendrick called on Gov. Mike Parson to expand the call of the special session to allow mail-in ballots delivered late to be counted.
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Jay Ashcroft has served as Missouri’s secretary of state since January 2017.
On Tuesday, Missourians will decide on whether to expand Medicaid coverage after years of debate. Here’s a look at what Amendment 2 would do.
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft stopped by Jefferson City Memorial Airport Tuesday afternoon to talk about new voting options recently signed into law.
Members of Missouri’s Black Caucus are taking the lead in protests around their communities, according to House Minority Leader Crystal Quade.
A pair of lawsuits levied against the Medicaid expansion initiative, set to appear on the August ballot, failed in court Tuesday. And at least one organization plans to appeal the decision.
Following the certification, some raised concerns the governor could place Medicaid expansion on the August ballot instead of November.
Nestled in the elections bill is a provision that gives Missouri’s secretary of state subpoena power when investigating suspected election offenses.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to bring big changes to Missouri — including when it comes to upcoming elections.
This year’s candidate filing is “a slightly different process” than normal in the wake of COVID-19, according to Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft touted an overhaul of Missouri’s initiative petition process before a Senate committee Wednesday afternoon, testifying that he…