A law letting political parties know what candidate you vote for in presidential primaries has the renewed attention of a state senator. The law, passed in 1999, allows partisan poll waters to write down who you are and what ballot you select in Presidential primaries. At the time, backers said one of the political parties threatened to refuse certification to the state’s convention delegation if poll watchers were not allowed. Moniteau County senator Larry Rohrbach thinks the threat was ridiculous, and so is the law.