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We Made it to March (not that the weather shows it)

March 4, 2019Blog Post

Last Day to Update Voter Registration

The final day to register or update registration leading into the April municipal elections is Wednesday, March 6th.  Check if your information is up to date and to view the ballot at http://www.kceb.org or www.jcebmo.org.  Absentee voting has already begun.

 

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Annual Wiggins Event Thursday and other news

February 27, 2019Blog Post
Democratic Legislators Working to Uphold Will of Voters
 
(via Minority Leader Crystal Quade)
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Blue Notes, President's Day Edition

February 18, 2019Blog Post
More of the Same: Your Voice Doesn't Matter to Republicans
(via the Columbia Daily Tribune)
 
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Blue Notes, February 11th. Not Great News.

February 11, 2019Blog Post
Jefferson City May Be Getting More Secretive
(via Rep. Jerome Barnes)
 
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Blue Notes, February 4th

February 4, 2019Blog Post
St. Charles Republican Plays Games with Human Trafficking Bill
 
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Blue Notes, end of January

January 28, 2019Blog Post

Republican Representatives Begin to Reverse Vote of the People

(via Rep. Judy Morgan)

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Mid-January News and Notes

January 14, 2019Blog Post

Outreach and Engagement Top Priorities for 2019

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We Made It To January

January 7, 2019Blog Post

100th Missouri General Assembly Session Begins Wednesday

(preview by Rep. Jerome Barnes)

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News and Holiday Parties for December

December 10, 2018Blog Post

Investigation of Josh Hawley on the Horizon

Late in the campaign cycle, reports came out from the Kansas City Star that political advisers who ran aspects of Attorney General Josh Hawley's US Senate campaign may have used public funds for a political campaign, a serious allegation that could result in criminal charges and jail time. From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch last week:

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News and Notes for Late November

November 27, 2018Blog Post
Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Re-hires Vandeven and Education Commissioner, Erasing Another Part of Greitens' Tainted Legacy
 
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