9.Nov, 2016 Comments Off on Missouri Passes Constitutional Amendment to Allow Voter ID

Missouri Passes Constitutional Amendment to Allow Voter ID

With 63% voting in favor, voters in Missouri passed a constitutional amendment that will allow the state to enact a law requiring photo ID to vote.  The amendment gives state constitutional approval to a bill passed earlier this year to require a photo ID.  With the passage of the constitutional…

Democrats Threaten to Filibuster Voter ID Bills in Missouri

    Senate Democrats in Missouri have threatened to filibuster a pair of voter ID measures passed by the House if the Senate considers them.

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Missouri House Passes Voter ID Measures

  On Thursday, January 21, the Missouri House of Representatives passed a pair of voter ID measures.  One bill would require a government-issued photo identification to be presented prior to voting.  The other bill was a proposed amendment to the Missouri constitution to allow voter ID; Missouri voters would need…

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Missouri House Committee on Elections Passes Photo Voter ID Bills

On Tuesday, January 12, Missouri took a step towards requiring a photo ID to vote.