Quick Summary of Missouri’s Nov. 4th Ballot Constitutional Amendment 10

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On Tuesday, November 4, 2014, Missouri voters will hopefully be heading to the polls to cast their vote. Below is a quick summary of Constitutional Amendment 10 that will appear and links to learn more. Essentially this amendment will limit the Governor’s withholds on line item vetoes from within the budget. The legislative override has to be […]

Top Ten Missouri News Headlines This Week

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1 Minute Read Raise coming for Missouri health care workers Campaign money pours into race for rural Missouri judge Police prepare for Grand Jury decision in Ferguson Kander opposed to early voting measure Missouri Sen. Rob Schaaf fears ISIS could start infecting themselves with ebola, traveling to the U.S. to start an outbreak Missouri, Illinois drop […]

Quick Summary of Missouri’s Nov. 4th Ballot Constitutional Amendment 6

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On Tuesday, November 4, 2014, Missouri voters will hopefully be heading to the polls to cast their vote. Below is a quick summary of Amendment 6 that will appear and links to learn more. There has been a progressive movement for early voting legislation to be put in place, but this amendment would restrict those requests. This […]

Quick Summary of Missouri’s Nov. 4th Ballot Constitutional Amendment 3

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On Tuesday, November 4, 2014, Missouri voters will hopefully be heading to the polls to cast their vote. Below is a quick summary of Amendment 3 that will appear and links to learn more. Missouri’s teachers unions stepped up immediately and organized, training teachers on what this amendment would do in putting their rights to organize at […]

Top Ten Missouri News Headlines This Week

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Top Ten Missouri News Headlines This Week 1 Minute Read Royals head to World Series after sweeping Orioles in ALCS   Clergy go “Toe-to-Toe” with police as Moral Mondays arrive in Missouri   Opponents seek to overturn Right to Farm   Springfield City Council approves comprehensive nondiscrimination ordinance   MO lawmakers may propose bill requiring […]

Quick Summary of Missouri’s Nov. 4th Ballot Constitutional Amendment 2

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On Tuesday, November 4, 2014, Missouri voters will hopefully be heading to the polls to cast their vote. Below is a quick summary of Amendment 2 that will appear and links to learn more.     Click here to read the ballot language and see the full text from our Missouri Secretary of State’s website   […]

Free Online Advertising Tool to Help Win Votes

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2 min read There are multiple ways to use free Internet services to gain support for your campaign, with just a little bit of time. Below are the steps you could consider in order to better message to your voters.  Use YouTube for free advertising.   1. If your campaign has paid for television or radio advertisements, […]

What’s on my Ballot? (For both Missouri & Kansas)

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2 min read As we get closer to the election, naturally I have people reaching out to find where to go and see what will be on their voting ballot. I love this question and felt that maybe putting the link in one place might help for guiding others to where they need to go […]

Top Ten Missouri News Headlines This Week

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Top Ten Missouri News Headlines This Week 1 Minute Read Medicare fines 2,610 hospitals in third round of readmission penalties   Missouri government’s income lags slightly behind what’s needed for budget   Missouri auditor cites issues with closed meetings in local governments   Koster won’t appeal ruling ordering Missouri to recognize out-of-state gay marriages   […]

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