Cassandra Gould, a reverend at the Quinn Chapel AME Church in Jefferson City and executive director of Missouri Faith Voices, spoke  at a news conference in April for Clean Missouri, a slate of ethics reform proposals that activists want to put on the ballot this fall.
Cassandra Gould, a reverend at the Quinn Chapel AME Church in Jefferson City and executive director of Missouri Faith Voices, spoke at a news conference in April for Clean Missouri, a slate of ethics reform proposals that activists want to put on the ballot this fall. File photo by Allison Kite akite@kcstar.com
Cassandra Gould, a reverend at the Quinn Chapel AME Church in Jefferson City and executive director of Missouri Faith Voices, spoke at a news conference in April for Clean Missouri, a slate of ethics reform proposals that activists want to put on the ballot this fall. File photo by Allison Kite akite@kcstar.com

Activists aim to put slate of progressive initiatives on Missouri voters' ballots

May 04, 2018 06:12 PM