The Missouri secretary of state’s office officially certified four initiative petitions Tuesday morning, attesting that enough valid signatures of registered Missouri voters were gathered to qualify for the ballot.
The Missouri secretary of state’s office officially certified four initiative petitions Tuesday morning, attesting that enough valid signatures of registered Missouri voters were gathered to qualify for the ballot. File photo by The Star
The Missouri secretary of state’s office officially certified four initiative petitions Tuesday morning, attesting that enough valid signatures of registered Missouri voters were gathered to qualify for the ballot. File photo by The Star
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Contribution limits, tobacco tax increase gain enough signatures to appear on Missouri ballot

August 09, 2016 10:57 AM

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