The just concluded session of the General Assembly came to an end without passage of an election reform law. Secretary of State Matt Blunt sees the failure as a missed opportunity. Election reform legislation passed the Senate but failed to make it through the House. Despite the setback, Blunt is forging ahead with plans to deal with what he sees as some big problems with Missouri’s voting system. He hopes to meet with legislators to convince them to make election reform a priority of the next session.
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