The sponsor of a bill to get rid of the presidential primary in Missouri says it costs nearly $4-Million of taxpayers’ money every time one is done, very few voters turn out, and delegates are not bound to the decision of the vote when they go to the national convention anyway. That’s why Senator Doyle Childers of Reeds Spring has introduced a bill to eliminate the rarely used Missouri primary. He says the nearly $4-Million price tag for a primary is an expense the state should save.