Missouri Election Code

Chapter 115 – Election Authorities and Conduct of Elections

Intent of Act and Definitions

115.001.  (Repealed L. 2018 S.B. 592 merged with S.B. 975 & 1024 Revision, effective 8-28-18 (S.B. 975 & 1024 Revision); 11-07-18 (S.B. 592))

115.002.  (Repealed L. 2018 S.B. 592 merged with S.B. 975 & 1024 Revision, effective 8-28-18 (S.B. 975 & 1024 Revision); 11-07-18 (S.B. 592))

115.003.  Purpose clause. — The purpose of this chapter is to simplify, clarify and harmonize the laws governing elections.  It shall be construed and applied so as to accomplish its purpose.

115.005.  Scope of act. — Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, the provisions of this chapter shall apply to all public elections in the state, except elections for which ownership of real property is required by law for voting.

115.007.  Presumption against implied repealer. — No provision of this chapter shall be construed as impliedly amended or repealed by subsequent legislation if such construction can be reasonably avoided.

115.009.  (Repealed L. 2018 S.B. 592 merged with S.B. 975 & 1024 Revision, effective 8-28-18 (S.B. 975 & 1024 Revision); 11-07-18 (S.B. 592))

115.012.  Rules, promulgation, procedure. — No rule or portion of a rule promulgated under the authority of this chapter shall become effective unless it has been promulgated pursuant to the provisions of section 536.024.

115.013.  Definitions. — As used in this chapter, unless the context clearly implies otherwise, the following terms mean:

(1)  “Automatic tabulating equipment”, the apparatus necessary to examine and automatically count votes, and the data processing machines which are used for counting votes and tabulating results;

(2)  “Ballot”, the ballot card, paper ballot, or ballot designed for use with an electronic voting system on which each voter may cast all votes to which he or she is entitled at an election;

(3)  “Ballot card”, a ballot which is voted by making a mark which can be tabulated by automatic tabulating equipment;

(4)  “Ballot label”, the card, paper, booklet, page, or other material containing the names of all offices and candidates and statements of all questions to be voted on;

(5)  “Counting location”, a location selected by the election authority for the automatic processing or counting, or both, of ballots;

(6)  “County”, any county in this state or any city not within a county;

(7)  “Disqualified”, a determination made by a court of competent jurisdiction, the Missouri ethics commission, an election authority or any other body authorized by law to make such a determination that a candidate is ineligible to hold office or not entitled to be voted on for office;

(8)  “District”, an area within the state or within a political subdivision of the state from which a person is elected to represent the area on a policy-making body with representatives of other areas in the state or political subdivision;

(9)  “Electronic voting machine”, any part of an electronic voting system on which a voter is able to cast a ballot under this chapter;

(10)  “Electronic voting system”, a system of casting votes by use of marking devices, and counting votes by use of automatic tabulating or data processing equipment, including computerized voting systems;

(11)  “Established political party” for the state, a political party which, at either of the last two general elections, polled for its candidate for any statewide office more than two percent of the entire vote cast for the office.  “Established political party” for any district or political subdivision shall mean a political party which polled more than two percent of the entire vote cast at either of the last two elections in which the district or political subdivision voted as a unit for the election of officers or representatives to serve its area;

(12)  “Federal office”, the office of presidential elector, United States senator, or representative in Congress;

(13)  “Independent”, a candidate who is not a candidate of any political party and who is running for an office for which political party candidates may run;

(14)  “Major political party”, the political party whose candidates received the highest or second highest number of votes at the last general election;

(15)  “Marking device”, any approved device which will enable the votes to be counted by automatic tabulating equipment;

(16)  “Municipal” or “municipality”, a city, village, or incorporated town of this state;

(17)  “New party”, any political group which has filed a valid petition and is entitled to place its list of candidates on the ballot at the next general or special election;

(18)  “Nonpartisan”, a candidate who is not a candidate of any political party and who is running for an office for which party candidates may not run;

(19)  “Political party”, any established political party and any new party;

(20)  “Political subdivision”, a county, city, town, village, or township of a township organization county;

(21)  “Polling place”, the voting place designated for all voters residing in one or more precincts for any election;

(22)  “Precincts”, the geographical areas into which the election authority divides its jurisdiction for the purpose of conducting elections;

(23)  “Public office”, any office established by constitution, statute or charter and any employment under the United States, the state of Missouri, or any political subdivision or special district thereof, but does not include any office in the Missouri state defense force or the National Guard or the office of notary public or city attorney in cities of the third classification or cities of the fourth classification;

(24)  “Question”, any measure on the ballot which can be voted “YES” or “NO”;

(25)  “Relative within the second degree by consanguinity or affinity”, a spouse, parent, child, grandparent, brother, sister, grandchild, mother-in-law, father-in-law, daughter-in-law, or son-in-law;

(26)  “Special district”, any school district, water district, fire protection district, hospital district, health center, nursing district, or other districts with taxing authority, or other district formed pursuant to the laws of Missouri to provide limited, specific services;

(27)  “Special election”, elections called by any school district, water district, fire protection district, or other district formed pursuant to the laws of Missouri to provide limited, specific services; and

(28)  “Voting district”, the one or more precincts within which all voters vote at a single polling place for any election.

Election Authorities

115.015.  Election authority established and defined. — The county clerk shall be the election authority, except that in a city or county having a board of election commissioners, the board of election commissioners shall be the election authority.

115.017.  Election commissioners, where. — There shall be a board of election commissioners:

(1)  In each county which has or hereafter has over nine hundred thousand inhabitants;

(2)  In each city not situated in a county;

(3)  In each city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants on January 1, 1978, and is situated in more than one county;

(4)  In each county of the first classification containing any part of a city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants; provided that the county commission of a county which becomes a county of the first classification after December 31, 1998, may, prior to such date, adopt an order retaining the county clerk as the election authority.  The county may subsequently establish a board of election commissioners as provided in subdivision (5) of this section;

(5)  In each county of the first class which elects to have such a board through procedures provided in section 115.019.

115.019.  Voters may petition to establish a board of election commissioners, procedure — form of petition. —

1.  Any group of registered voters from any county of the first classification not having a board of election commissioners may circulate a petition for the formation of a board.

2. The petition shall be signed by the number of registered voters in the county equal to at least fifteen percent of the total votes cast in the county for governor at the last gubernatorial election.

3. Petitions proposing the formation of a board of election commissioners in any county of the first classification shall be filed with the election authority of the county not later than 5:00 p.m. on the thirteenth Tuesday preceding a general election.

4. Each petition for the formation of a board of election commissioners shall consist of sheets of uniform size.  The space for signatures on either side of a petition page shall be no larger than eight and one-half by fourteen inches, and each page shall contain signatures of registered voters from only one county.  Each page of each petition for the formation of a board of election commissioners shall be in substantially the following form:

To the Honorable ______, county clerk of ______ County:

We, the undersigned, citizens and registered voters of ______ County, respectfully order that the following question be placed on the official ballot, for acceptance or rejection, at the next general election to be held on the ______ day of ______, ______:

Should a board of election commissioners be established in ______ County to assume responsibility for the registration of voters and the conduct of elections?;

and each for himself or herself says: I have personally signed this petition; I am a registered voter of the state of Missouri and ______ County; my registered voting address and the name of the city, town or village in which I live are correctly written after my name.

CIRCULATOR’S AFFIDAVIT

STATE OF MISSOURI, COUNTY OF ______

I, ______, a resident of the state of Missouri, being first duly sworn, say (print or type names of signers)

REGISTERED

VOTING

NAME                  DATE                  ADDRESS               ZIP CODE             CONG DIST.        NAME (Printed

(Signature)          SIGNED              (Street)                                                                               or

(City,                                                                                  Typed)

Town or

Village)

(Here follow numbered lines for signers)

signed this page of the foregoing petition, and each of them signed his or her name thereto in my presence; I believe that each has stated his or her name, registered voting address and city, town or village correctly, and that each signer is a registered voter of the state of Missouri and ______ County.

__________________

Signature of Affiant

(Person obtaining signatures)

__________________

Address of Affiant

Subscribed and sworn to before me this ____ day of ____, A.D. ____

__________________

Signature of Notary

Notary Public (Seal)

My commission expires ______

If this form is followed substantially, it shall be sufficient, disregarding clerical and merely technical errors.

5. The validity of each petition filed pursuant to provisions of this section shall be determined in the manner provided for new party and independent candidate petitions in sections 115.333, 115.335 and 115.337.

6. Upon the filing of a valid petition for the formation of a board of election commissioners or upon a majority vote of the county commission in any county of the first classification with more than eighty-two thousand but fewer than eighty-two thousand one hundred inhabitants, it shall be the duty of the election authority to have the following question placed on the official ballot, in the same manner other questions are placed, at the next general election:

“Should a board of election commissioners be established in ______ County to assume responsibility for the registration of voters and the conduct of elections?”

7. The votes for and against the question shall be counted and certified in the same manner as votes on other questions.

8. If the question is approved by a majority of the voters at the election, a board of election commissioners shall be appointed as provided in this subchapter and shall have the same rights and responsibilities provided by law for all boards of election commissioners.

9. Any person who is a registered voter of a county of the first classification not having a board of election commissioners may sign a petition for the formation of a board in the county.  Any person who signs a name other than the person’s own to any petition or knowingly signs the person’s name more than once to the same petition or who knows the person is not a registered voter at the time of signing such petition, or any officer or person willfully violating any provision of this section shall be guilty of a class two election offense.

115.021.  Jurisdiction of election boards. —

1.  In each city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants on January 1, 1978, and is situated in more than one county, the board of election commissioners for the city shall have jurisdiction in that part of the city situated in the county containing the major portion of the city.

2. In each county of the first class containing the major portion of a city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants, the board of election commissioners shall have jurisdiction in that part of the county outside the city.

3. In each city not situated in a county, the board of election commissioners shall have jurisdiction throughout the city.

4. In all other counties, the election authority shall have jurisdiction throughout the county.

115.023.  Election authority to conduct all elections — which authority, how determined. —

1.  Except as provided in subsections 2 and 3 of this section, each election authority shall conduct all public elections within its jurisdiction.

2. When an election is to be conducted for a political subdivision or special district, and the political subdivision or special district is located within the jurisdiction of more than one election authority, the election authority of the jurisdiction with the greatest proportion of the political subdivision’s or special district’s registered voters shall be responsible for publishing any legal notice required in this chapter.

3. When an election is to be conducted for a political subdivision or special district, and the political subdivision or special district is located within the jurisdiction of more than one election authority, the affected election authorities may, by contract, authorize one of their number to conduct the election for all or any part of the political subdivision or special district.  In any election conducted pursuant to this subsection, the election authority conducting part of an election in an area outside its jurisdiction may consolidate precincts across jurisdiction lines and shall have all powers and duties granted pursuant to this chapter, except the provisions of sections 115.133 to 115.221 and sections 115.279 and 115.297, in the area outside its jurisdiction.

4. Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 493.025 and 493.027 to the contrary, whenever the publication of a legal advertisement, legal notice, order of court or public notice of any kind is allowed or required pursuant to this chapter, a newspaper publishing such notice shall charge and receive not more than its regular local classified advertising rate.  The regular local classified advertising rate is that rate shown by the newspaper’s rate schedule as offered to the public, and shall have been in effect for at least thirty days preceding publication of the particular notice to which it is applied.

115.024.  Elections rescheduled or relocated due to disaster, definition — election panel established — petition to reschedule or relocate, contents — order — notice, contents — ballots — procedures — appeal. —

1.  As used in this section, “disaster” means any catastrophic or natural disaster, statewide or nationwide emergency, man-made disaster, civil disorder, insurgency, bioterrorism attack, terrorist attack, or enemy attack.

2. The supreme court shall by rule establish a panel in each district of each court of appeals of the state to consider petitions filed under this section.  Each panel shall consist of three court of appeals judges from such district, and shall be known as the “election panel” of the district in which it is established.

3. In the event that any disaster prohibits any election from occurring on the day the election is required to be held under this chapter, the election authority of the city or county in which the election was to be held may petition the election panel of the district in which the city or county is located for the election panel to authorize a relocation of the polling places affected by such disaster, or to schedule a new date upon which the election authority may conduct the election.  The petition shall include the following:

(1)  A description of the event prohibiting the election from occurring;

(2)  A statement of the reasons the election cannot be held on the day required by law;

(3)  The election authority’s recommendation for relocation of the polling places or the new date upon which the election shall be held;

(4)  A statement of the plan for providing notice to voters of the new location or new date of the election;

(5)  A statement that the election authority will be able to conduct the election at the recommended location or on the recommended new date in the same manner as the election would have been conducted had the disaster not occurred.

4. If satisfied that the election authority will be unable to conduct the election as required by this chapter and that the recommended relocation of the polling places or new date of the election will allow voters to vote as provided by law, the election panel shall issue an order to the election authority to relocate the polling places or to conduct the election on the new date as set by the election panel.

5. The election authority shall provide notice to all voters in the election authority’s jurisdiction in the same manner as required for elections by this chapter, provided that the requirements for the date and time of providing such notice in this chapter shall not apply.  Notice of the election shall include a copy of the order issued by the election panel.

6. The election authority may use the same ballots that were printed for the election that was relocated or rescheduled under this section, unless such ballots were damaged, destroyed, lost, or spoiled by the disaster.

7. All procedures for voting, counting of votes, and contesting elections required under this section shall apply to any election relocated or rescheduled under this section, provided that any requirements for deadlines under this chapter that cannot be met because of the relocation or rescheduling of the election shall be rescheduled by the election panel.

8. The election authority may appeal any order issued by the election panel under this section to the supreme court, and the supreme court shall hear such appeal immediately.

 

115.027.  Election commissioners, how appointed. —

1.  Each board of election commissioners shall be composed of four members, appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the senate.  Two commissioners on each board shall be members of one major political party, and two commissioners on each board shall be members of the other major political party.  In no case shall more than two commissioners on a board be members of the same political party.  When appointing commissioners, the governor shall designate one commissioner on each board to be chairman of the board and one commissioner on each board to be secretary of the board.  The chairman and secretary of a board shall not be members of the same political party.

2. In jurisdictions with boards of election commissioners as the election authority, the governor may appoint to the board one representative from each established political party.  The representative shall not be a member of the board for purposes of subsection 1 of this section.  The state chair of each established political party shall submit a list of no more than four names from which the governor shall select the representative for that party.  The representative shall not have voting status, and shall not be compensated, but shall be allowed to participate in discussions and be informed of any meeting of the board.

115.029.  Election commissioners, when appointed, term of office. —

1.  In each county of the first class containing the major portion of a city which has more than three hundred thousand inhabitants, each election commissioner shall be appointed on April 21, 1982, for a term of four years and until his successor is appointed, confirmed and sworn.  Successors shall be appointed in like manner for a term of four years and until their successors are appointed, confirmed and sworn.

2. In each county containing a portion but not the major portion of a city which has more than three hundred thousand inhabitants, each election commissioner shall be appointed on June 15, 1981, for a term of four years and until his successor is appointed, confirmed and sworn.  Successors shall be appointed in like manner for a term of four years and until their successors are appointed, confirmed and sworn.  The first two election commissioners appointed after May 10, 1994, shall be appointed for terms of two years and until their successors are appointed, confirmed and sworn.  One of those appointed to a two-year term shall be a member of one major political party and one shall be a member of the other major political party.  The next two election commissioners appointed, and all successors, shall be appointed for terms of four years and until their successors are appointed, confirmed and sworn.

3. In all other cities and counties which have or hereafter have a board of election commissioners, each commissioner’s term of office shall coincide with the term of the governor who appoints him and until the commissioner’s successor is appointed, confirmed and sworn.

115.031.  Election commissioner, qualifications of. — Each election commissioner shall be a registered voter and a resident of the jurisdiction for which he is appointed for at least one year preceding his appointment.  During his term of office, no commissioner shall hold any statutory position within a political party or on a political committee, be a candidate for political office or hold any other public office.

115.033.  Oath of office, bond, election commissioners. — Before entering upon his duties, each commissioner shall take and subscribe an oath to support the Constitution of the United States and of this state and to demean himself faithfully and impartially in office.  Before entering upon his duties, each commissioner shall give bond to the state in the sum of ten thousand dollars, with security to be approved by the governor, conditioned for the faithful and honest performance of his duties and the care and preservation of the board’s property.  Not later than thirty days after a commissioner is sworn, his oath and bond shall be filed with the secretary of state.

115.035.  Compensation of election commissioners. —

1.  In each county which has over nine hundred thousand inhabitants, each election commissioner shall receive a salary of seven thousand two hundred dollars per year, payable from the county revenue.

2. In each city not situated in a county, each election commissioner shall receive a salary of six thousand dollars per year, except the chairman and the secretary of the board, who shall each receive a salary of seven thousand five hundred dollars per year, payable from the city revenue.

3. In each county of the first class containing the major portion of a city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants, each election commissioner shall receive a salary of five thousand two hundred dollars per year, payable from the county revenue.

4. In each city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants on January 1, 1978, and is situated in more than one county, each election commissioner shall receive a salary of five thousand two hundred dollars per year, payable one-half from the city revenue and one-half from the revenue of the county containing the major portion of the city.

5. In each county containing a portion but not the major portion of a city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants, each election commissioner shall receive a salary of four thousand eight hundred dollars per year, paid proportionally from the city revenue and the county revenue.  The city shall pay such proportion as its population within the county is to the total population of the county as determined by the last preceding federal decennial census.

6. In all other counties which now or hereafter have a board of election commissioners, each election commissioner shall receive a salary of two thousand six hundred dollars per year, payable from the county revenue.

115.037.  Removal of commissioner, when. — Any commissioner may be removed by the governor for misconduct in office.  Before removing a commissioner, the governor shall notify the commissioner in writing of all charges against him.  Not less than ten days after so notifying a commissioner, the governor shall give the commissioner an opportunity to be publicly heard in person or by counsel in his defense.  If a vacancy on any board occurs for any reason, the governor shall, with the advice and consent of the senate, appoint a new commissioner to serve the unexpired term.  The new commissioner shall be a member of the same political party as the commissioner he is appointed to replace.

115.039.  New board to receive records and property. — Upon the swearing in of a new board of election commissioners, the election authority or other custodian shall, upon demand, turn over to the new board all records, supplies and property relating in any way to the registration of voters and the conduct of elections within its jurisdiction.

115.041.  Commissioners in office to complete term. — Nothing in this subchapter shall be construed in any way as interfering with or discontinuing the term of office of any person now serving as an election commissioner until the term for which he was appointed has expired, or until he has been removed as provided in section 115.037.

115.043.  Rules and regulations, powers of election authorities. — Each election authority may make all rules and regulations, not inconsistent with statutory provisions, necessary for the registration of voters and the conduct of elections.

115.045.  Boards may employ staff. — Each election authority shall have the authority to employ such attorneys and other employees as may be necessary to promptly and correctly perform the duties of the election authority.  Where an electronic voting system or voting machines are used, the election authority shall designate competent employees to have custody of and supervise maintenance of the voting equipment.  Board of election commissioners’ employees shall be subject to the same restrictions and subscribe the same oath as members of the board of election commissioners, except that no employee of a board of election commissioners shall be required to post bond unless directed to do so by the board.  Employee oaths and any bonds shall be filed and preserved in the office of the board.

115.047.  Employees of board to be bipartisan. — Employees of each board shall be selected in equal numbers from the two major political parties.  Each board shall adopt regulations to govern the hiring, probationary period, tenure, discipline, discharge and retirement of its employees.

115.049.  Number of employees and salaries authorized — salary adjustments, when. —

1.  Each board of election commissioners in existence on January 1, 1978, shall set the salaries of its employees.  Except as provided in subsection 3 of this section, the number of employees of each board and the total yearly amount of all salaries paid to the board’s employees shall not exceed the number of employees and the total yearly amount of all salaries authorized on January 1, 1982; except that, in any city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants and is located in more than one county, the board of election commissioners having jurisdiction in the part of the city situated in the county containing the major portion of the city may set the number of its employees and the total yearly amount of all salaries authorized by ordinance.

2. Each board of election commissioners established after January 1, 1978, shall set the salaries of its employees.  Except as provided in subsection 3 of this section, the number of employees of each board and the total yearly amount of all salaries paid to the board’s employees shall not exceed the number of employees and the total yearly amount of all salaries authorized on December 31, 1977, for counties of the first class not having a charter form of government.

3. If any board of election commissioners wishes to increase the number of its employees or the total yearly amount of all salaries paid to its employees, the board shall deliver a notice of the fact to the presiding officer of the local legislative body or bodies responsible for providing payment of the election commissioners’ salaries.  The notice shall specify the number of additional employees requested and the additional yearly amount requested by the board and shall include a justification of the increase and a day, not less than ninety days after the notice is delivered, on which the increase is to take effect.  Unless any legislative body responsible for approving payment of the election commissioners’ salaries adopts a resolution disapproving the increase, the increase shall take effect on the day specified.  Any board of election commissioners may implement salary adjustments, after notice to the presiding officer of the local legislative body or bodies responsible for providing payment of the election commissioners’ salaries, equal to, but not more than, those adjustments granted to the employees of the local legislative body or bodies without prior legislative approval.

115.051.  County clerk may employ election staff and fix compensation. —

1.  In each county which does not have a board of election commissioners, the county clerk shall have the right to employ such deputies and assistants as are necessary to promptly and correctly register voters and conduct elections.  Where an electronic voting system or voting machines are used, the county clerk shall designate competent employees to have custody of and supervise maintenance of the voting equipment.  Each deputy shall be subject to the same restrictions and subscribe the same oath as the county clerk, except that no employee shall be required to post bond unless directed to do so by the clerk.  Employee oaths and any bonds shall be filed and preserved in the office of the county clerk.

2.Within the total amount for deputies and assistants approved by the county commission, the salary of each deputy and assistant shall be set by the county clerk.

115.053.  Election authority deputies — bipartisan requirement — duties, compensation. —

1.  Each election authority may appoint such even number of additional deputies as it deems necessary to carry out the provisions of subsection 3 of this section.  One-half of the deputies shall be members of one major political party, and one-half of the deputies shall be members of the other major political party.

2. Each deputy appointed under the provisions of this section shall be a registered voter of the jurisdiction for which he is appointed.  No such deputy shall be a candidate for any office in an election at which he serves or a relative within the third degree, by consanguinity or affinity, to any person whose name appears on the ballot in an election at which he serves.

3. At the direction of the election authority, such deputies may investigate the facts and conditions relating to the residence and voting rights of any person.  Upon direction by the election authority, such deputies may attend and be present at any polling place, witness and report to the election authority any failure of duty, fraud or irregularity, instruct election judges, supervise voting procedures and perform any other lawful function prescribed by the election authority.

4. The deputies shall be paid an amount determined by the election authority, subject to approval of the legislative body or bodies responsible for providing the salaries of other election authority employees and payable from the same source as the salary of the election authority.

5. Deputies shall serve for such time as the election authority determines and may be dismissed summarily by the election authority.  At no time, however, shall more deputies from one major political party serve than deputies from the other major political party.

115.055.  Who may administer oaths. — Each election authority and its designated employees may administer oaths and perform all other duties necessary to register voters and conduct elections.

115.057.  Offices may be maintained, to be open, when. — Each election authority shall maintain an office or offices sufficient for its purposes.  The offices of each election authority shall be kept open during regular business hours on all election days and on all other weekdays, except legal holidays.  The offices of each election authority shall also be kept open for four hours on the Saturday preceding each election and may be kept open at other times as determined by the election authority.

115.059.  Peace officers to assist election authority or election officials, when requested. — It shall be the duty of the police, the sheriff and all other peace officers to give any assistance or protection required by the election authority, any employee of the election authority, any election judge, any registration officer or any canvasser in the performance of his duties and to comply with all lawful requests and directions of the election authority relating to such assistance.

115.061.  (Repealed L. 2018 S.B. 592, effective 1-01-19)

115.063.  Political subdivision or special district, cost of elections — state to share proportionately, when. —

1. When any question or candidate is submitted to a vote by any political subdivision or special district and no other question or candidate is submitted at the same election, all costs of the election shall be paid from the general revenue of the political subdivision or special district submitting a question or candidate at the election.

2. All costs of elections involving a statewide candidate or statewide issue and all costs of elections involving candidates for state senator or state representative shall be paid by the state, except that if a political subdivision or special district holds an election on the same day, the costs shall be shared proportionately by the state and the political subdivisions and special districts affected in the manner provided in section 115.065.

3. When a proposed political subdivision submits a petition requesting an election as part of the formation thereof, the petitioners shall submit together with the petition sufficient security to pay all costs of the election. If such proposition is successful, the political subdivision thereby created shall reimburse those persons advancing funds to pay the costs of the election.

115.065.  Proportion of cost for two or more political subdivisions or special districts, how computed — exceptions — definitions — election services fund, when used. —

1.  Except as provided in sections 115.069, 115.071, 115.073 and 115.077, when any question or candidate is submitted to a vote by two or more political subdivisions or special districts, or by the state and one or more political subdivisions or special districts at the same election, all costs of the election shall be paid proportionally from the general revenues of the state and all political subdivisions and special districts submitting a question or candidate at the election, except that costs of publications of legal notice of elections shall not be paid proportionally.  The state and each political subdivision and each special district shall pay for publication of its legal notice of election.  At the discretion of the election authority, ballot printing costs, if any, may be paid proportionally or the state and each political subdivision and each special district may pay for such ballot printing costs, if any.

2. Except as provided in sections 115.069, 115.071 and 115.073, when any question or candidate is submitted to a vote by two or more political subdivisions or special districts at the same election, all costs of the election shall be paid proportionally from the general revenues of all political subdivisions and special districts submitting a question or candidate at the election.

3. Proportional election costs paid under the provisions of subsection 2 of this section shall be assessed by charging each political subdivision and special district the same percentage of the total cost of the election as the number of registered voters of the political subdivision or special district on the day of the election is to the total number of registered voters on the day of the election, derived by adding together the number of registered voters in each political subdivision and special district submitting a question or candidate at the election.

4. “Proportional costs” and “election costs”, as used in this chapter, are defined as those costs that require additional out-of-pocket expense by the election authority in conducting an election.  It may include reimbursement to county general revenue for the salaries of employees of the election authority for the hours worked to conduct an election, the rental of any electronic voting machine or electronic poll book, any indirect expenses identified under an independent cost allocation study and an amount not to exceed five percent of the total cost of election to be credited to the election services fund of the county.  The election services fund shall be budgeted and expended at the direction of the election authority and shall not be used to substitute for or subsidize any allocation of general revenue for the operation of the election authority’s office without the express consent of the election authority.  The election services fund may be audited by the appropriate auditing agency, and any unexpended balance shall be left in the fund to accumulate from year to year with interest.  The election services fund shall be used by the election authority for training programs and purchase of additional supplies or equipment to improve the conduct of elections, including anything necessarily pertaining thereto.  In addition to these costs, the state shall, subject to appropriation, compensate the election services fund for transactions submitted pursuant to the provisions of section 115.157.

115.069.  Election judges paid by whom (Jackson County). — In any county of the first class containing the major portion of a city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants, the salaries of election judges at all county and state primary, general and special elections shall be paid from the general revenue of the county, unless the city submits a question or candidate at the election, in which case the salaries of election judges shall be paid one-half from the general revenue of the city and one-half from the general revenue of the county.

115.071.  Election costs, how paid (Kansas City). —

1.  In any city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants and is located in more than one county, all general expenses related to the conduct of elections and the registration of voters in the part of the city situated in the county containing the major portion of the city shall be paid one-half from the general revenue of the city and one-half from the general revenue of the county in which the major portion of the city is located.

2. Except as provided in section 115.067, in any city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants and is located in more than one county, the salaries of election judges at all city primary, general and special elections shall be paid from the general revenue of the city, even if a candidate or question other than a city candidate or question is submitted at the same election.

115.073.  Election costs, how paid (Clay, Platte and Jackson counties). —

1.  In any county containing a portion but not the major portion of a city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants, all general expenses related to the conduct of elections and the registration of voters shall be paid proportionally from the general revenue of the city and the general revenue of the county.  The city shall pay such proportion as its population within the county is to the total population of the county as determined by the last preceding federal decennial census.  The annual general operating expenditures from the general revenue funds of the city and any county of the first classification with more than seventy-three thousand seven hundred but less than seventy-three thousand eight hundred inhabitants or any city located within such county shall be subject to the budgeting approval of the governing body of the county.

2. In any county containing a portion but not the major portion of a city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants, the salaries of election judges at all county and state primary, general and special elections shall be paid from the general revenue of the county, unless the city submits a question or candidate at the election, in which case the salaries of election judges shall be paid proportionally from the general revenue of the city and the general revenue of the county as provided in subsection 1 of this section.

115.074.  Voting process and equipment, grants to upgrade or improve, award procedure — rulemaking authority. —

1.  Subject to appropriation from federal funds, the secretary of state shall administer a grant, loan, or other aid program for the purposes of providing funds to election authorities to upgrade or improve the voting process or equipment.  Such funding may be in the form of matching grants.  The secretary of state when awarding grants shall give priority to jurisdictions which have the highest number of residents according to the most recent federal census, with an income below the federal poverty level as established by the federal department of health and human services or its successor agency.  The secretary of state may promulgate rules to effectuate the provisions of this section.

2. Any rule or portion of a rule, as that term is defined in section 536.010, that is created under the authority delegated in this section shall become effective only if it complies with and is subject to all of the provisions of chapter 536 and, if applicable, section 536.028.  This section and chapter 536 are nonseverable and if any of the powers vested with the general assembly pursuant to chapter 536 to review, to delay the effective date or to disapprove and annul a rule are subsequently held unconstitutional, then the grant of rulemaking authority and any rule proposed or adopted after August 28, 2002, shall be invalid and void.

115.075.  County’s election expenses to be paid from county general revenue, exception. — Except as otherwise provided in this subchapter, all costs and expenses relating to the conduct of elections and the registration of voters in each county shall be paid from the general revenue of the county.

115.076.  Administration of grant, loan, or other aid program — rulemaking authority. —

1.  Subject to appropriation of federal funds, the secretary of state shall administer a grant, loan, or other aid program for the purpose of providing funds to election authorities:

(1)  To purchase electronic voting machines that are accessible to all individuals with disabilities, including people who are blind or visually impaired;

(2)  To make polling places, including path of travel, entrances, exits and voting areas of each polling facility accessible to individuals with disabilities, including the blind and visually impaired, in a manner that provides the same opportunity for access and secret, independent and verifiable participation, including privacy and independence, as for other voters;

(3)  To provide individuals with disabilities and individuals who are blind and visually impaired with information about the accessibility of polling places, including outreach programs to inform individuals about the availability of accessible polling places and to train election officials, poll workers, and election volunteers on how to best promote the access and participation of individuals in elections, and to provide assistance in all accommodations needed by voters with disabilities.

Such funding may be in the form of matching grants.  The secretary of state when awarding grants shall give priority to jurisdictions which have the highest number of residents, according to the most recent federal census, with an income below the federal poverty level as established by the federal Department of Health and Human Services or its successor agency.  The secretary of state may promulgate rules to effectuate the provisions of this section.

2. Any rule or portion of a rule, as that term is defined in section 536.010, that is created under the authority delegated in this section shall become effective only if it complies with and is subject to all of the provisions of chapter 536 and, if applicable, section 536.028.  This section and chapter 536 are nonseverable and if any of the powers vested with the general assembly pursuant to chapter 536 to review, to delay the effective date or to disapprove and annul a rule are subsequently held unconstitutional, then the grant of rulemaking authority and any rule proposed or adopted after August 28, 2002, shall be invalid and void.

115.077.  Election costs to be paid to election authority, by whom, when, procedure — failure to pay costs, penalty — state payments, fund for, transfers from general revenue — rental or lease of voting machines. —

1.  Special districts, cities, townships in township organization counties, villages and the state shall pay the election costs required by sections 115.063 to 115.077 to each election authority conducting its elections.

2. If the state is required to pay election costs pursuant to sections 115.063 to 115.065, the state shall, not later than the seventh Tuesday prior to any such election, pay each election authority conducting its elections an amount determined by the office of the secretary of state, in consultation with the election authority, to be a reasonable estimate of the cost of conducting such election, using a method developed by the secretary of state, in consultation with election authority, that is reviewed at least every two years.

3. Not later than the fifth Tuesday prior to any election to be conducted for a special district or political subdivision, the election authority shall submit the estimated cost of conducting the election for each political subdivision and special district submitting a candidate or question at the election.  Not later than the third Tuesday prior to the election, each special district and political subdivision submitting a candidate or question at the election, except the county, shall deposit with the election authority an amount equal to the estimated cost of conducting the election for the political subdivision or special district.

4. All payments of election costs received by an election authority under the provisions of this section shall be placed by the election authority in a special account and used by the election authority only to pay the costs incurred in conducting the election.  Not later than the tenth Tuesday following an election, if the amount paid to an election authority by the state or any political subdivision or special district exceeds the cost of conducting the election for the state, political subdivision or special district, the election authority shall refund to the state, political subdivision or special district the difference between the amount deposited with it and the cost of conducting the election.  Not later than the tenth Tuesday following an election, if the amount deposited with an election authority by the state or any political subdivision or special district is less than the cost of conducting the election, the election authority shall submit a request to the state and each political subdivision and special district for the difference between the amount deposited and the cost of conducting the election.

5.

(1)  Within two weeks of receipt of actual cost and required documentation of actual expenses from the election authority, the state, political subdivision, or special district shall approve for payment the difference between the amount deposited and the cost of conducting the election.

(2)  For the purposes of this section, the term “required documentation” shall mean a detailed list of expenses that the secretary of state intends to reimburse the election authority for and a detailed description of the documentation that the election authority shall produce following the election.  For any election in which the state is required to pay all or a proportion of the cost, the secretary of state shall, not later than the eleventh Tuesday prior to the election or, in case of a special election, no later than five business days following the issuance of a writ of election by the governor, transmit to the election authority the detailed list and description described above.

6. Except as provided in sections 115.063 to 115.072*, all payments of election costs received by an election authority under the provisions of this section shall be placed by the election authority in a special account and used by the election authority only to pay the costs incurred in conducting elections.

7. When the state or any political subdivision or special district willfully fails to make payment of an election cost required by this subchapter by the time provided in this subchapter, it shall pay a penalty of fifty dollars for each day after the time provided in this subchapter proper payment is not made.  Any such penalty shall be payable to the election authority authorized to receive payment of the election cost and shall be deposited in the general revenue fund of such election authority’s city or county.  For purposes of this subsection, the state shall not be considered to have willfully failed to make payment of an election cost if there is not sufficient cash or appropriation authority to make such a payment.

8.

(1)  There is hereby created the “State Election Subsidy Fund” in the state treasury.

(2)  All unobligated funds in the state election subsidy fund on January 1, 2019, shall be transferred to the elections administration improvements fund authorized pursuant to section 115.078.  To meet the state’s funding obligation to maintain expenditures pursuant to Section 254(a)(7) of the Help America Vote Act of 2002, the commissioner of the office of administration shall annually transfer from general revenue to the election administration improvements fund, established pursuant to section 115.078, an amount not less than the amount expended in the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2000.  Any other law to the contrary notwithstanding, the funds received pursuant to Sections 251 and 252 of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 shall be expended according to the state plan developed pursuant to the provisions of Section 254 of said act.  The secretary of state shall develop the state plan through the committee appointed by the secretary of state under the provisions of Section 255 of the Help America Vote Act of 2002.

9. An election authority may rent or lease out any electronic voting machine purchased by such election authority.

115.078.  Election administration improvements fund created, use of moneys — elections improvements revolving loan fund created, use of moneys. —

1.  There is hereby created in the state treasury the “Election Administration Improvements Fund”, which shall consist of appropriations from the general assembly, any gifts, contributions, grants, or bequests received from federal, private, or other sources for the purpose of improving the administration of elections within Missouri, including making payments of election costs as required under sections 115.065 and 115.077.  The state treasurer shall be custodian of the fund and shall make disbursements from the fund in accordance with sections 30.170 and 30.180.  Money in the fund shall be used exclusively for election administration improvements as directed by the secretary of state, and to meet the state’s obligations under sections 115.065 and 115.077.  No moneys obtained through the provisions of this section shall be made a part of the general operating budget of an election authority, or used to supplant other federal, state, or local funds expended for elections.  The secretary of state may transfer moneys from the fund to the election improvements revolving loan fund as the secretary deems necessary to facilitate compliance with the Help America Vote Act of 2002.  Notwithstanding section 33.080 to the contrary, any moneys remaining in the fund at the end of any biennium shall not revert to the credit of the general revenue fund.  All yield, interest, income, increment, or gain received from time deposit of moneys in the state treasury to the credit of the fund shall be credited to the fund.  Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, no amount of moneys in the fund shall be transferred from the fund or charged for purposes of the administration of central services for the state of Missouri.

2. There is hereby created in the state treasury the “Election Improvements Revolving Loan Fund”, which shall consist of all moneys appropriated to it by the general assembly, all repayment of moneys from eligible lenders and any moneys deposited or transferred to the fund for the purpose of improving the administration of elections through loans.  The state treasurer shall be custodian of the fund and shall make disbursements from the fund in accordance with sections 30.170 and 30.180.  Money in the fund shall be used solely for improving the administration of elections through loans.  Notwithstanding section 33.080 to the contrary, any moneys remaining in the fund shall not revert to the credit of the general revenue fund.  All yield, interest, income, increment, or gain received from time deposit of moneys in the state treasury to the credit of the fund shall be credited to the fund.  Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, no amount of moneys in the fund shall be transferred from the fund or charged for purposes of the administration of central services for the state of Missouri.  The secretary of state is authorized to administer the fund in accordance with this section and the Help America Vote Act of 2002, and to promulgate rules to execute this section. No rule or portion of a rule promulgated pursuant to the authority of this section shall become effective unless it has been promulgated pursuant to chapter 536.

Election Judges

115.079.  Election judges, how appointed. — All election judges in each jurisdiction shall be appointed by the election authority.

115.081.  Number of judges to be appointed, supervisory judges, duties of. —

1.  Each election authority shall appoint election judges for each polling place within its jurisdiction in accordance with the provisions of this section.

2. In all primary and general elections, the election authority shall appoint at least two judges from each major political party to serve at each polling place.  No major political party shall have a majority of the judges at any polling place.  No established party shall have a greater number of judges at any polling place than any major political party.

3. In any election that is not a primary or general election, the election authority shall appoint at least one judge from each major political party to serve at each polling place.  No major political party shall have a majority of the judges at any polling place.  No established party shall have a greater number of judges at any polling place than any major political party.

4. The election authority shall designate two of the judges appointed for each polling place, one from each major political party, as supervisory judges.  Supervisory judges shall be responsible for the return of election supplies from the polling place to the election authority and shall have any additional duties prescribed by the election authority.

5. Election judges may be employed to serve for the first half or last half of any election day.  Such judges shall be paid one-half the regular rate of pay.  If part-time judges are employed, the election authority shall employ such judges and shall see that a sufficient number for each period are present at all times so as to have the proper total number of judges present at each polling place throughout each election day.  The election authority shall require that at each polling place at least one election judge from each political party serve a full day and that at all times during the day there be an equal number of election judges from each political party.

6. An election authority may appoint additional election judges representing other established political parties and additional election judges who do not claim a political affiliation.  Any question which requires a decision by the majority of judges shall only be made by the judges from the major political parties.

115.085.  Qualifications of election judges. — No person shall be appointed to serve as an election judge who is not a registered voter in this state; provided that, before any election authority may appoint judges who are registered voters of another election authority’s jurisdiction, the election authority shall obtain the written consent of the election authority for the jurisdiction where the prospective judges are registered to vote.  Each election judge shall be a person of good repute and character who can speak, read, and write the English language.  No person shall serve as an election judge at any polling place in which his or her name or the name of a relative within the second degree, by consanguinity or affinity, appears on the ballot.  However, no relative of any unopposed candidate shall be disqualified from serving as an election judge in any election jurisdiction of the state.  No election judge shall, during his or her term of office, hold any other elective public office, other than as a member of a political party committee or township office, except any person who is elected to a board or commission of a political subdivision or special district may serve as an election judge except at a polling place where such political subdivision or special district has an issue or candidate on the ballot.  In any county having a population of less than two hundred fifty thousand inhabitants, any candidate for the county committee of a political party who is not a candidate for any other office and who is unopposed for election as a member of the committee shall not be disqualified from serving as an election judge.

115.087.  Selection of judges in counties not having a board of election commissioners. —

1.  In each county which does not have a board of election commissioners, the election judges shall be selected from lists provided by the county committee of each major political party or as authorized pursuant to section 115.081.  Not later than December tenth in each year in which county committeemen are elected, the county committee of each major political party shall submit to the election authority a list of persons qualified to serve as election judges in double the number required to hold a general election in the county.  For each election, the election authority shall select and appoint the number of judges required to hold the election.  If a county committee fails to present the prescribed number of names of qualified persons by the time prescribed, the election authority may select and appoint the number of judges provided by law for the county committee’s party.  If the election authority deems any person on a list to be unqualified, the election authority may request the county committee which submitted the list to furnish another name.

2. The state chairperson of each established political party may, in jurisdictions where no county committee exists and where the county clerk is the election authority, submit a list of persons qualified to serve as election judges to the county clerk.  The county clerk may select and appoint additional judges from such list pursuant to section 115.081.

3. County clerks may compile a list of persons who claim no political affiliation and who volunteer to be election judges.  A county clerk may select and appoint additional judges from such list pursuant to section 115.081.

115.089.  Terms of election judges appointed by board. — Each board of election commissioners shall have authority to appoint election judges for individual elections, or for a term coincident with the term of the board and until the judges’ successors are appointed and qualified.  The board may ask the county committee of each major political party to submit a list of persons qualified to serve as election judges and may select and appoint judges from the lists.  The board may compile a list of persons who claim no political affiliation and who volunteer to be election judges and may select and appoint judges from the list.

115.091.  Oath of election judge. — On commissioning or before entering upon his duties, each election judge shall take and subscribe the following oath:

I solemnly swear that I will impartially discharge the duties of judge according to law, to the best of my ability and that I will not disclose how any voter has voted unless I am required to do so as a witness in a proper judicial proceeding. I also affirm that I will not allow any person to vote who is not entitled to vote and that I will make no statement nor give any information of any kind tending in any way to show the state of the count prior to the close of the polls on election day.

Sworn and subscribed to before me

this ______ day of ______, 20______

__________________

Judge of Election

__________________

Election Authority (Judge of Election)

witnessing oath

115.093.  Vacancy, how filled. — If an election judge dies, resigns, becomes incapacitated, becomes disqualified, is removed pursuant to section 115.099, or is otherwise unable or unwilling to serve during his term, the election authority shall appoint another qualified person from the same political party as the unable or unwilling judge to serve as a temporary judge or for the unexpired term.

115.095.  Judge failing to appear, temporary judge to be appointed, how. — If any judge fails to act or to appear by the time fixed by law for the opening of the polls, the election authority shall be notified immediately by an election judge.  The election authority or the election judges present in the polling place shall appoint another judge from the same political party as the judge failing to act or to appear.  If the election judges elect a qualified temporary judge, such judge shall have full authority to act as judge for the election, except that such judge may be removed at any time by the election authority and replaced with another qualified judge from the same political party as the removed judge.  Any judge selected pursuant to this section shall be selected to ensure that no political party shall have a majority of judges at any polling place and that each major political party has at least one judge serving at the polling place.

115.097.  Judge not to be absent from polls more than one hour — not more than one judge from the same party to be absent at the same time. — No election judge shall be absent from the polls for more than one hour during the hours the polls are open on election day.  No election judge shall be absent from the polls before 9:00 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m. on election day.  No more than one judge from the same major political party shall be absent from the polls at the same time on election day.

115.098.  Election judges, grant, loan, or other aid program to increase compensation, requirements — rulemaking authority. —

1.  Subject to appropriation from federal funds, the secretary of state shall administer a grant, loan, or other aid program for the purpose of increasing the compensation of election judges.  Such funding shall be made available to election authorities contingent upon the election authority increasing the compensation of election judges to an amount not less than seven dollars per hour.  Such funding may be in the form of matching grants.  The secretary of state when awarding grants shall give priority to jurisdictions which have the highest number of residents according to the most recent federal census, with an income below the federal poverty level as established by the federal Department of Health and Human Services or its successor agency.  The secretary of state may promulgate rules to effectuate the provisions of this section.

2. Any rule or portion of a rule, as that term is defined in section 536.010, that is created under the authority delegated in this section shall become effective only if it complies with and is subject to all of the provisions of chapter 536 and, if applicable, section 536.028.  This section and chapter 536 are nonseverable and if any of the powers vested with the general assembly pursuant to chapter 536 to review, to delay the effective date or to disapprove and annul a rule are subsequently held unconstitutional, then the grant of rulemaking authority and any rule proposed or adopted after August 28, 2002, shall be invalid and void.

115.099.  Authority to supervise judges. — Each election authority shall have authority to direct judges in their duties and to compel compliance with the law.  Each election authority may substitute judges at his discretion on election day.  Each election authority shall also have authority at any time to remove any judge for good cause and to replace the judge with a qualified person from the same political party as the removed judge.  Any judge selected pursuant to this section shall be selected to ensure that no political party shall have a majority of judges at any polling place and that each major political party has at least one judge serving at the polling place.

115.101.  Judges’ compensation, how set — not employees of election authority. — For service in conducting elections and house-to-house canvasses, each election judge shall be paid an amount established by the election authority.  For purposes of this section, and the Constitution of Missouri, election judges appointed by the election authority shall not be considered employees of the election authority.

115.102.  Election judge, service as, employer not to discriminate against — violation, penalty. —

1.  An employer shall not terminate, discipline, threaten or take adverse actions against an employee based on the employee’s service as an election judge.

2. An employee who is appointed to serve as an election judge may, on election day, be absent from his or her employment for the period of time that the election authority requires the employee to serve as election judge.  Employees must notify employers at least seven days prior to an election that they will be absent from work on election day due to service as an election judge.

3. An employee discharged in violation of this section may bring a civil action against the employer within ninety days of discharge for recovery of lost wages and other damages caused by the violation and for an order directing reinstatement of the employee.  If the employee prevails, the employee shall be entitled to receive reasonable attorney’s fees and costs.

115.103.  Training courses required, compensation while in training authorized. — All election authorities shall establish training courses for election judges.  Such courses shall include substantially the curriculum developed by the secretary of state’s office in accordance with the Help America Vote Act of 2002.  Election authorities may compensate judges for attendance at the rate set for election service subject to the approval of the governing body of a county not having a board of election commissioners, or the political subdivision or special district.

Challengers and Watchers

115.104.  Youth election participant — oath — nomination procedure — qualifications — election authorities and judges to direct, powers and duties — high schools may offer preparatory courses. —

1.  As used in this section, the term “participant” means a Missouri youth election participant.

2. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, any person more than fifteen years of age but less than eighteen years of age who is in full-time attendance in a school of this state may aid and assist any election judge or election authority authorized or appointed pursuant to this chapter.  Such person shall be known as “Missouri Youth Election Participants” and shall, before entering upon the duties related to an election conducted pursuant to this chapter, take and subscribe the following oath, which shall be signed by the participant and an original copy thereof delivered to the election authority:

I solemnly swear or affirm that I will impartially discharge the duties of a Missouri youth election participant by following to the best of my ability the instructions of any election judge, election authority, or teacher of my school. I also swear or affirm that I will not disclose how any voter has voted unless I am told to do so by an election judge, election authority, or a court of law in a proper judicial proceeding. I also swear or affirm that I will make no statement nor give any information of any kind tending in any way to show the state of the count of votes prior to the close of the polls on election day, nor will I make any statement during the conduct of my duties which tends to show my preferences for any issue or candidate involved in the election.

__________________

Signature of Missouri Youth

Election Participant

3. If, in the opinion of the chief administrative officer of any high school of this state, the appointment of students in the tenth, eleventh or twelfth grade as Missouri youth election participants would benefit those persons involved and the election process, the officer may nominate such persons as participants.  The chief administrative officer shall establish the academic and behavioral standards for qualification, but persons nominated shall, at a minimum:

(1)  Have demonstrated age-appropriate academic ability and demeanor;

(2)  Be a person of good repute who can speak, read and write the English language; and

(3)  Not be related within the second degree of consanguinity or affinity to any person whose name appears on the ballot, except that no participant shall be disqualified if related within such degree to an unopposed candidate.

4. The chief administrative officer of the school shall transmit a written list of nominees to the election authority of the jurisdiction at least sixty days prior to the election.  If, in the opinion of the election authority, the appointment of participants nominated pursuant to this section would not be disruptive to the election process, the election authority may appoint any number of participants for each polling place or place where votes are to be counted within its jurisdiction.  Such appointment shall include a schedule of the time during which the participant is expected to serve.  Nothing in this section shall be construed to mandate the appointment of any participant if, in the sole discretion of the election authority, the presence of such participants in any polling place or place where votes are counted would be disruptive to the orderly election process.

5. Subject to the provisions of this section and under the direct supervision of the election authority or election judges, each participant may assist in the administration of the polling place, assist in the counting of votes, assist in the execution of any administrative duty of any election authority or election judge, and perform any other election-day-related duty as instructed.

6. Each election authority and election judge appointed pursuant to this chapter shall have the authority to direct any Missouri youth election participant in his duties and to compel compliance with law.  Each election authority may, in its sole discretion, substitute participants on or before election day.  Each election authority or election judge shall have the authority at any time to take any action necessary to remove any participant from any polling place or place where votes are being counted.  It shall be the duty of any law enforcement officer, if requested by the election authority or judges of election, to exclude any participant from the polling place or place where votes are being counted.

7. In order to best prepare students for duty as Missouri youth election participants pursuant to this section, each high school of this state may offer a course of instruction in the democratic electoral process which concentrates upon the election law of this state.  The high school may require successful completion of such a course prior to qualification for nomination as a Missouri youth election participant.

115.105.  Challengers, how selected, qualifications — challenges, when made — challengers may collect certain information at presidential primary elections — challenges, how made. —

1.  The chair of the county committee of each political party named on the ballot shall have the right to designate a challenger for each polling place, who may be present until all ballots are cast on the day of election, and a challenger for each location at which absentee ballots are counted, who may be present while the ballots are being prepared for counting and counted.  No later than four business days before the election, the chair of each county committee of each political party named on the ballot shall provide signed official designation forms with the names of the designated challengers and substitutes to the local election authority for confirmation of eligibility to serve as a challenger.  The local election authority, after verifying the eligibility of each designated and substitute challenger, shall sign off on the official designation forms, unless the challenger is found not to have the qualifications established by subsection 5 of this section.  If the election authority determines that a challenger does not meet the qualifications of subsection 5 of this section, the designating party chair may designate a replacement challenger and provide the local election authority with the name of the replacement challenger before 5:00 p.m. of the Monday preceding the election.  The designating chair may substitute challengers at his or her discretion during such hours.

2. Challenges may only be made when the challenger believes the election laws of this state have been or will be violated, and each challenger shall report any such belief to the election judges, or to the election authority if not satisfied with the decision of the election judges.

3. Prior to the close of the polls, challengers may list and give out the names of those who have voted.  The listing and giving out of names of those who have voted by a challenger shall not be considered giving information tending to show the state of the count.

4. In a presidential primary election, challengers may collect information about the party ballot selected by the voter and may disclose party affiliation information after the polls close.

5. All persons selected as challengers shall have the same qualifications required by section 115.085 for election judges, except that such challenger shall be a registered voter in the jurisdiction of the election authority for which the challenger is designated as a challenger.

6.Any challenge by a challenger to a voter’s identification for validity shall be made only to the election judges or other election authority.  If the poll challenger is not satisfied with the decision of the election judges, then he or she may report his or her belief that the election laws of this state have been or will be violated to the election authority as allowed under this section.

115.106.  Persons administering youth election admitted to polling place — oath — misconduct, removal for. —

1.  Before being permitted to enter the polling place, each person designated by the election authority to administer a simulated youth election shall take the following oath:

I do solemnly swear that I will make no statement nor give any information of any kind tending in any way to show the state of the count prior to the close of the polls on election day.

Sworn and subscribed to before me this _________ day of _________, 20_________

__________________

Simulated Youth Election Administrator

__________________

Judge of Election

2. If any person admitted to the polling place to administer or participate in a simulated youth election interferes with the orderly process of voting, or is guilty of misconduct or any law violation, the election judges shall ask the person to leave the polling place or cease the interference.  If the interference continues, the election judges shall notify the election authority, which shall take such action as it deems necessary.  It shall be the duty of the police, if requested by the election authority or judges of election, to exclude any such person from the polling place or the place where votes are being counted.

115.107.  Watchers, how selected, qualifications, duties. —

1.  At every election, the chairman of the county committee of each political party named on the ballot shall have the right to designate a watcher for each place votes are counted.

2. Watchers are to observe the counting of the votes and present any complaint of irregularity or law violation to the election judges, or to the election authority if not satisfied with the decision of the election judges.  No watcher may be substituted for another on election day.

3. No watcher shall report to anyone the name of any person who has or has not voted.

4. A watcher may remain present until all closing certification forms are completed, all equipment is closed and taken down, the transportation case for the ballots is sealed, election materials are returned to the election authority or to the designated collection place for a polling place, and any other duties or procedures required under sections 115.447 to 115.491 are completed.  A watcher may also remain present at each location at which absentee ballots are counted and may remain present while such ballots are being prepared for counting and counted.

5. All persons selected as watchers shall have the same qualifications required by section 115.085 for election judges, except that such watcher shall be a registered voter in the jurisdiction of the election authority for which the watcher is designated as a watcher.

115.109.  Oath of challengers and watchers. — Before entering upon his duties, each challenger and watcher shall take the following oath:

I do solemnly swear that I will make no statement nor give any information of any kind tending in any way to show the state of the count prior to the close of the polls on election day.

Sworn and subscribed to before me

this _________ day of _________, 20_________

__________________

Challenger or Watcher

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Judge of Election

115.111.  Improper conduct of challenger or watcher, how handled. — If any watcher or challenger interferes with the orderly process of voting, or is guilty of misconduct or any law violation, the election judges shall ask the watcher or challenger to leave the polling place or cease the interference.  If the interference continues, the election judges shall notify the election authority, which shall take such action as it deems necessary.  It shall be the duty of the police, if requested by the election authority or judges of election, to exclude any watcher or challenger from the polling place or the place where votes are being counted.  If any challenger is excluded, another may be substituted by the designating committee chairman.

Precincts and Polling Places

115.113.  Precincts, how established — new political subdivisions, duty to identify voters of. —

1.  The basic election district shall be the precinct.  In each jurisdiction, precinct boundaries shall be established by the election authority.  Every effort shall be made by the election authority to establish precinct lines which do not cross political subdivision or special district boundaries.  Upon mail notification of each voter affected by the change, or publication of the new boundaries in a newspaper of general circulation in its jurisdiction, the election authority may change precinct boundaries from time to time as convenience may require.

2. When a political subdivision is formed, the political subdivision shall assist the election authority in determining the identity of all registered voters residing in each precinct eligible to vote in elections

115.115.  Polling places, how designated, exception — notice to voters — voters not required to go to more than one polling place — elderly and handicapped polling places, common sites — plan for increased accessibility, contents. —

1.  Except as provided in subsection 2 of this section or in section 115.436, for each election within its jurisdiction, the election authority shall designate a polling place for each precinct within which any voter is entitled to vote at the election.

2. For any election, the election authority shall have the right to consolidate two or more adjoining precincts for voting at a single polling place and to designate one set of judges to conduct the election for such precincts.  Voters shall be notified of the place for voting in the manner provided in section 115.127 or 115.129.

3. No person shall be required to go to more than one polling place to vote on the same day.

4. Prior to the opening of the polling places on any election day, if candidates or issues for more than one political subdivision or district are to be voted for at one precinct, the election authority for that precinct shall provide color-coded ballots, or ballots with other distinguishing codes, to show what candidates and issues the voter is eligible to vote, based on the voter’s place of residence, so that on election day no voter will have an opportunity to vote for candidates or issues for which the voter is not entitled to vote.  If such ballots are not available, the election authority shall be notified and voting at that precinct shall not begin until appropriate ballots are available.

5. Each local election authority shall designate one common site and may designate up to four additional common sites as election day central polling places designed for accessibility to voters who have physical disabilities, the elderly, and any other registered voter authorized by law to vote at a central polling place.  Such sites shall conform to nationally accepted accessibility standards.  In addition to being able to supply such voters with their appropriate ballots, and being open during regular voting hours, such a polling place shall otherwise be staffed and operated in accordance with law, especially as provided in subsection 3 of section 115.436 and subsection 3 of section 115.445, and like any other polling place, insofar as possible.

6.Subject to receipt of sufficient Section 261 funds authorized by the Help America Vote Act of 2002, the secretary of state shall develop a comprehensive plan for increased polling place accessibility.  The secretary of state shall apply for funds pursuant to Section 261 of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 and may allocate Section 101 of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 funding after reaching full compliance of Title III of the Help America Vote Act of 2002.  Any funds received pursuant to Section 291 of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 may be used for provisions of this section.  The plan shall include:

(1)  Completion of a comprehensive audit of current polling place accessibility using nationally accepted standards for architectural accessibility such as the Federal Election Commission Polling Place Accessibility Survey or other survey developed using the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines.  Audits shall be completed no later than twelve months after receipt of Section 261 of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 funds.  The audit shall include recommendations and cost estimates for each polling place to achieve accessibility and shall be procured in accordance with chapter 34;

(2)  Development of the plan, including time lines for barrier removal and funding needed to achieve one hundred percent polling place accessibility within twenty-four months after the completion of the audit.  The implementation plan may be used by local election authorities in applying for any available federal and state funds available to improve polling place accessibility and shall be submitted to the general assembly by the secretary of state for use in determining future requirements and funding needs for polling place accessibility;

(3)  Establishment of an oversight committee made up of individuals with disabilities, disability organizations, advocates, and election officials to assist the activities pursuant to this section.

Nothing in this section shall be construed to limit the ability of local election authorities to apply for and receive grants for polling place accessibility pursuant to Section 261 of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 prior to the completion of the survey authorized pursuant to this section.  Improvements to polling places made with grants received pursuant to Section 261 of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 shall be used to meet standards as outlined in this section unless the requirements of the grant exceed these requirements.

115.117.  Tax-supported buildings must be made available as polling places — may rent private polling place, when. —

1.  The election authority may designate tax-supported public buildings or buildings owned by any political subdivision or special district to be used as polling places for any election, and no official in charge or control of any such public building shall refuse to permit the use of the building for election purposes.  The election authority shall have the right to choose the location of the polling place within such buildings.

2. If an election authority determines there is no public building convenient for a polling place in any voting district, the authority shall first attempt to secure the use of a privately owned tax-exempt building, and in the event no such building is available, it may contract for the rental of a suitable polling place in the district.

3. In selecting polling places, the election authority shall consider parking areas which may be available and shall give priority to those places which have adequate parking areas for use by poll workers and voters.

115.119.  Polling place to be marked. — Each polling place shall be plainly marked with a sign posted in a place and manner sufficient to notify voters of the location of the polling place.

Elections, when Held — Notice, How Given

115.121.  General election, when held — primary election, when held — general municipal election day, when held. —

1.  The general election day shall be the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of even-numbered years.

2. The primary election day shall be the first Tuesday after the first Monday in August of even-numbered years.

3. The election day for the election of political subdivision and special district officers shall be the first Tuesday after the first Monday in April each year, and shall be known as the general municipal election day.

115.123.  Public elections to be held on certain Tuesdays, exceptions — presidential primary, when held — exemptions. —

1.  All public elections shall be held on Tuesday.  Except as provided in subsections 2 and 3 of this section, and section 247.180, all public elections shall be held on the general election day, the primary election day, the general municipal election day, the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, or on another day expressly provided by city or county charter, and in nonprimary years on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in August.  Bond elections may be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in February but no other issue shall be included on the ballot for such election.

2. Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection 1 of this section, an election for a presidential primary held pursuant to sections 115.755 to 115.785 shall be held on the second Tuesday after the first Monday in March of each presidential election year.

3. The following elections shall be exempt from the provisions of subsection 1 of this section:

(1)  Bond elections necessitated by fire, vandalism or natural disaster;

(2)  Elections for which ownership of real property is required by law for voting;

(3)  Special elections to fill vacancies and to decide tie votes or election contests; and

(4)  Tax elections necessitated by a financial hardship due to a five percent or greater decline in per-pupil state revenue to a school district from the previous year.

4. Nothing in this section prohibits a charter city or county from having its primary election in March if the charter provided for a March primary before August 28, 1999.

5. Nothing in this section shall prohibit elections held pursuant to section 65.600, but no other issues shall be on the March ballot except pursuant to this chapter.

115.124.  Nonpartisan election in political subdivision or special district, no election required if number of candidates filing is same as number of positions to be filled — exceptions — random drawing filing procedure followed when election is required — municipal elections, certain municipalities may submit requirements of subsection 1 to voters. —

1.  Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, in a nonpartisan election in any political subdivision or special district including municipal elections in any city, town, or village with two thousand or fewer inhabitants that have adopted a proposal pursuant to subsection 3 of this section but excluding municipal elections in any city, town, or village with more than two thousand inhabitants, if the notice provided for in subsection 5 of section 115.127 has been published in at least one newspaper of general circulation as defined in section 493.050 in the district, and if the number of candidates for each office in a particular political subdivision, special district, or municipality is equal to the number of positions for each office within the political subdivision, special district, or municipality to be filled by the election and no ballot measure is placed on the ballot such that a particular political subdivision will owe no proportional elections costs if an election is not held, no election shall be held, and the candidates shall assume the responsibilities of their offices at the same time and in the same manner as if they had been elected.  If no election is held for a particular political subdivision, special district, or municipality as provided in this section, the election authority shall publish a notice containing the names of the candidates that shall assume the responsibilities of office under this section.  Such notice shall be published in at least one newspaper of general circulation as defined in section 493.050 in such political subdivision or district by the first of the month in which the election would have occurred, had it been contested.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, if at any election the number of candidates filing for a particular office exceeds the number of positions to be filled at such election, the election authority shall hold the election as scheduled, even if a sufficient number of candidates withdraw from such contest for that office so that the number of candidates remaining after the filing deadline is equal to the number of positions to be filled.

2. The election authority or political subdivision responsible for the oversight of the filing of candidates in any nonpartisan election in any political subdivision or special district shall clearly designate where candidates shall form a line to effectuate such filings and determine the order of such filings; except that, in the case of candidates who file a declaration of candidacy with the election authority or political subdivision prior to 5:00 p.m. on the first day for filing, the election authority or political subdivision may determine by random drawing the order in which such candidates’ names shall appear on the ballot.  If a drawing is conducted pursuant to this subsection, it shall be conducted so that each candidate, or candidate’s representative if the candidate filed under subsection 2 of section 115.355, may draw a number at random at the time of filing.  If such drawing is conducted, the election authority or political subdivision shall record the number drawn with the candidate’s declaration of candidacy.  If such drawing is conducted, the names of candidates filing on the first day of filing for each office on each ballot shall be listed in ascending order of the numbers so drawn.

3. The governing body of any city, town, or village with two thousand or fewer inhabitants may submit to the voters at any available election, a question to adopt the provisions of subsection 1 of this section for municipal elections.  If a majority of the votes cast by the qualified voters voting thereon are in favor of the question, then the city, town, or village shall conduct nonpartisan municipal elections as provided in subsection 1 of this section for all nonpartisan elections remaining in the year in which the proposal was adopted and for the six calendar years immediately following such approval.  At the end of such six-year period, each such city, town, or village shall be prohibited from conducting such elections in such a manner unless such a question is again adopted by the majority of qualified voters as provided in this subsection.

115.125.  Notice of election, when given — facsimile transmission used when, exceptions — late notification, procedure. —

1.  Not later than 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to any election, except a special election to decide an election contest, tie vote or an election to elect seven members to serve on a school board of a district pursuant to section 162.241, or a delay in notification pursuant to subsection 3 of this section, or pursuant to the provisions of section 115.399, the officer or agency calling the election shall notify the election authorities responsible for conducting the election.  The notice shall be in writing, shall specify the name of the officer or agency calling the election and shall include a certified copy of the legal notice to be published pursuant to subsection 2 of section 115.127.  The notice and any other information required by this section may, with the prior notification to the election authority receiving the notice, be accepted by facsimile transmission prior to 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to the election, provided that the original copy of the notice and a certified copy of the legal notice to be published shall be received in the office of the election authority within three business days from the date of the facsimile transmission.

2. In lieu of a certified copy of the legal notice to be published pursuant to subsection 2 of section 115.127, each notice of a special election to fill a vacancy shall include the name of the office to be filled, the date of the election and the date by which candidates must be selected or filed for the office.  Not later than the sixth Tuesday prior to any special election to fill a vacancy called by a political subdivision or special district, the officer or agency calling the election shall certify a sample ballot to the election authorities responsible for conducting the election.

3. Except as provided for in sections 115.247 and 115.359, if there is no additional cost for the printing or reprinting of ballots or if the political subdivision or special district calling for the election agrees to pay any printing or reprinting costs, a political subdivision or special district may, at any time after certification of the notice of election required in subsection 1 of this section, but no later than 5:00 p.m. on the eighth Tuesday before the election, be permitted to make late notification to the election authority pursuant to court order, which, except for good cause shown by the election authority in opposition thereto, shall be freely given upon application by the political subdivision or special district to the circuit court of the area of such subdivision or district.  No court shall have the authority to order an individual or issue be placed on the ballot less than eight weeks before the date of the election.

115.127.  Notice of election, how, when given — striking names or issues from ballot, requirements — declaration of candidacy, officers for political subdivisions or special elections, filing date, when, notice requirements, exceptions for certain home rule cities — candidate withdrawing, ballot reprinting, cost, how paid. —

1.  Except as provided in subsection 4 of this section, upon receipt of notice of a special election to fill a vacancy submitted pursuant to subsection 2 of section 115.125, the election authority shall cause legal notice of the special election to be published in a newspaper of general circulation in its jurisdiction.  The notice shall include the name of the officer or agency calling the election, the date and time of the election, the name of the office to be filled and the date by which candidates must be selected or filed for the office.  Within one week prior to each special election to fill a vacancy held in its jurisdiction, the election authority shall cause legal notice of the election to be published in two newspapers of different political faith and general circulation in the jurisdiction.  The legal notice shall include the date and time of the election, the name of the officer or agency calling the election and a sample ballot.  If there is only one newspaper of general circulation in the jurisdiction, the notice shall be published in the newspaper within one week prior to the election.  If there are two or more newspapers of general circulation in the jurisdiction, but no two of opposite political faith, the notice shall be published in any two of the newspapers within one week prior to the election.

2. Except as provided in subsections 1 and 4 of this section and in sections 115.521, 115.549 and 115.593, the election authority shall cause legal notice of each election held in its jurisdiction to be published.  The notice shall be published in two newspapers of different political faith and qualified pursuant to chapter 493 which are published within the bounds of the area holding the election.  If there is only one so-qualified newspaper, then notice shall be published in only one newspaper.  If there is no newspaper published within the bounds of the election area, then the notice shall be published in two qualified newspapers of different political faith serving the area.  Notice shall be published twice, the first publication occurring in the second week prior to the election, and the second publication occurring within one week prior to the election.  Each such legal notice shall include the date and time of the election, the name of the officer or agency calling the election and a sample ballot; and, unless notice has been given as provided by section 115.129, the second publication of notice of the election shall include the location of polling places.  The election authority may provide any additional notice of the election it deems desirable.

3.The election authority shall print the official ballot as the same appears on the sample ballot, and no candidate’s name or ballot issue which appears on the sample ballot or official printed ballot shall be stricken or removed from the ballot except on death of a candidate or by court order, but in no event shall a candidate or issue be stricken or removed from the ballot less than eight weeks before the date of the election.

4. In lieu of causing legal notice to be published in accordance with any of the provisions of this chapter, the election authority in jurisdictions which have less than seven hundred fifty registered voters and in which no newspaper qualified pursuant to chapter 493 is published, may cause legal notice to be mailed during the second week prior to the election, by first class mail, to each registered voter at the voter’s voting address.  All such legal notices shall include the date and time of the election, the location of the polling place, the name of the officer or agency calling the election and a sample ballot.

5. If the opening date for filing a declaration of candidacy for any office in a political subdivision or special district is not required by law or charter, the opening filing date shall be 8:00 a.m., the sixteenth Tuesday prior to the election, except that for any home rule city with more than four hundred thousand inhabitants and located in more than one county and any political subdivision or special district located in such city, the opening filing date shall be 8:00 a.m., the fifteenth Tuesday prior to the election.  If the closing date for filing a declaration of candidacy for any office in a political subdivision or special district is not required by law or charter, the closing filing date shall be 5:00 p.m., the eleventh Tuesday prior to the election.  The political subdivision or special district calling an election shall, before the sixteenth Tuesday, or the fifteenth Tuesday for any home rule city with more than four hundred thousand inhabitants and located in more than one county or any political subdivision or special district located in such city, prior to any election at which offices are to be filled, notify the general public of the opening filing date, the office or offices to be filled, the proper place for filing and the closing filing date of the election.  Such notification may be accomplished by legal notice published in at least one newspaper of general circulation in the political subdivision or special district.

6. Except as provided for in sections 115.247 and 115.359, if there is no additional cost for the printing or reprinting of ballots or if the candidate agrees to pay any printing or reprinting costs, a candidate who has filed for an office or who has been duly nominated for an office may, at any time after the certification of the notice of election required in subsection 1 of section 115.125 but no later than 5:00 p.m. on the eighth Tuesday before the election, withdraw as a candidate pursuant to a court order, which, except for good cause shown by the election authority in opposition thereto, shall be freely given upon application by the candidate to the circuit court of the area of such candidate’s residence.

115.129.  Notice of election by mail authorized, contents of. —

Not later than the fifth day prior to any election, the election authority may mail to each registered voter in the area of its jurisdiction in which the election is to be held, a notice of election which shall include the date and time of the election, the location of the voter’s polling place and the name of the agency calling the election.  The notice may also include a sample ballot.  The election authority may provide any additional notice of the election it deems desirable.

Qualifications of Voters and Registration

115.133.  Qualifications of voters. —

1.  Except as provided in subsection 2 of this section, any citizen of the United States who is a resident of the state of Missouri and seventeen years and six months of age or older shall be entitled to register and to vote in any election which is held on or after his eighteenth birthday.

2. No person who is adjudged incapacitated shall be entitled to register or vote.  No person shall be entitled to vote:

(1)  While confined under a sentence of imprisonment;

(2)  While on probation or parole after conviction of a felony, until finally discharged from such probation or parole; or

(3)  After conviction of a felony or misdemeanor connected with the right of suffrage.

3. Except as provided in federal law or federal elections and in section 115.277, no person shall be entitled to vote if the person has not registered to vote in the jurisdiction of his or her residence prior to the deadline to register to vote.

115.135.  Persons entitled to register, when — identification required — military service, registration, when. —

1.  Any person who is qualified to vote, or who shall become qualified to vote on or before the day of election, shall be entitled to register in the jurisdiction within which he or she resides.  In order to vote in any election for which registration is required, a person must be registered to vote in the jurisdiction of his or her residence no later than 5:00 p.m., or the normal closing time of any public building where the registration is being held if such time is later than 5:00 p.m., on the fourth Wednesday prior to the election, unless the voter is an interstate former resident, an intrastate new resident, a new resident, or a covered voter, as defined in section 115.275.   Except as provided in subsection 4 of this section, in no case shall registration for an election extend beyond 10:00 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday prior to the election.  Any person registering after such date shall be eligible to vote in subsequent elections.

2. A person applying to register with an election authority or a deputy registration official shall identify himself or herself by presenting a copy of a birth certificate, a Native American tribal document, other proof of United States citizenship, a valid Missouri drivers license or other form of personal identification at the time of registration.

3. Except as provided in federal law or federal elections and in section 115.277, no person shall be entitled to vote if the person has not registered to vote in the jurisdiction of his or her residence prior to the deadline to register to vote.

4. A covered voter as defined in section 115.275 who has been discharged from military service, has returned from a military deployment or activation, or has separated from employment outside the territorial limits of the United States after the deadline to register to vote, and who is otherwise qualified to register to vote, may register to vote in an election in person before the election authority until 5:00 p.m. on the Friday before such election.  Such persons shall produce sufficient documentation showing evidence of qualifying for late registration pursuant to this section.

115.136.  Secretary of state, duties pursuant to National Voter Registration Act — list of voter registration sites — further duties of secretary of state — rules — civil action, notice. —

1.  The secretary of state shall be the chief state election official responsible for the coordination of state responsibilities under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993.

2. The secretary of state shall be responsible for the transmission of requested data from the election authorities to the Federal Election Commission.

3. The secretary of state shall supply each election authority with a list of all public assistance agencies and Armed Forces recruitment offices that are designated as voter registration sites within the jurisdiction of the election authority.

4. The secretary of state shall consult with the Federal Election Commission in the formation of a national mail voter registration application form.

5. The secretary of state shall be responsible for the transmission to the appropriate election authority of the notification by the United States attorney of the conviction of a Missouri citizen for a federal felony offense.

6. The secretary of state may promulgate rules only to ensure state compliance with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993.

7. Any person who is aggrieved by a violation of the National Voter Registration Act may provide written notice of the violation to the secretary of state and may bring a civil action pursuant to the process prescribed by section 11 of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993.

115.137.  Registered voters may vote in all elections — exception. —

1.  Except as provided in subsection 2 of this section, any citizen who is entitled to register and vote shall be entitled to register for and vote pursuant to the provisions of this chapter in all statewide public elections and all public elections held for districts and political subdivisions within which he resides.

2. Any person who and only persons who fulfill the ownership requirements shall be entitled to vote in elections for which ownership of real property is required by law for voting.

115.139.  Unregistered voter may not vote — exception. —

Except as provided in subsection 2 of section 115.137 and section 115.277, no person shall be permitted to vote in any election unless the person is duly registered in accordance with this chapter.

115.140.  Handicapped and hearing-impaired persons, provision for. —

At least one-half of the voter registration sites provided by each election authority shall be accessible to handicapped persons.  Each election authority shall also provide interpreter services upon request for persons with hearing impairments who wish to register.

115.141.  Registration to be supervised by election authority. —

Each election authority shall supervise the registration of voters within its jurisdiction in accordance with this subchapter and shall direct the activities of all deputy registration officials.

115.143.  Deputy registration officials, qualifications of, persons eligible to serve as. —

1.  Each election authority may appoint persons regularly employed in the office of the clerk of any city, town or village, any department of revenue fee office, or any school, library or other tax-supported public agency in its jurisdiction as deputy registration officials.

2. Each election authority may appoint any number of additional persons to serve as deputy registration officials.  Each such deputy shall be a registered voter in the jurisdiction of the appointing election authority.

3. Each election authority may appoint, with the concurrence of the top administrator of each school, at least one staff person or instructor as a deputy registration official in each school that chooses to participate in voter registration.  As used in this subsection, the term “school” means any school building in this state in which grades nine through twelve or grades ten through twelve are taught, including public, nonpublic, vocational and vocational-technical school buildings.

115.145.  Registration duties of election authority. —

Each election authority shall have the following duties with respect to registration:

(1)  To conduct registration at its office or offices throughout the entire year, including any four-week period prior to an election for the purpose of registration of persons for subsequent elections, on all usual business days and during its regular office hours in the manner required by this chapter;

(2)  To instruct and direct each deputy registration official in the performance of his or her duties including those agencies mandated and optional, including as optional any institution of higher education located in the state, under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 and to supply each deputy with the proper registration forms and other necessary supplies;

(3)  To designate the times, dates and places or areas for additional voter registration by any deputy appointed pursuant to subsection 2 of section 115.143, and to publicize the times, dates and places or areas of such registration in any manner reasonably calculated to inform the public; provided, that the place or area for voter registration by deputies appointed under subsection 3 of section 115.143 shall be located in the school for which the deputy has been appointed;

(4)  Retain all voter registration records and registration list maintenance records for a minimum of two years.  The election authority shall compile data from the records as may be necessary for compliance with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993;

(5)  Number or use another system of identifying the original agency of the voter registration application.

115.147.  Deputy registration officials, duties of. —

Each deputy registration official shall have the following duties:

(1)  To comply with all reasonable instruction and direction by the election authority which is not inconsistent with this subchapter; and

(2)  To conduct registration at his regular place of business throughout the entire year on all usual business days and at the usual office hours in the manner required by this subchapter, unless he has been appointed pursuant to subsection 2 or 3 of section 115.143, in which case he shall conduct registration during the dates and times and at the places or areas designated by the election authority in the manner required by this subchapter.

115.149.  Election authorities’ registration jurisdictions. —

1.  Within its jurisdiction, each election authority may register any person who is qualified to register in the jurisdiction.  Each election authority may issue information cards to registered voters.

2. Upon agreement with another election authority, any election authority may register any person qualified to register in its jurisdiction in the jurisdiction of the other election authority.

115.151.  Registration complete, when. —

1.  Each qualified applicant who appears before the election authority shall be deemed registered as of the time the applicant’s completed, signed and sworn registration application is witnessed by the election authority or deputy registration official.

2. Each applicant who registers by mail shall be deemed to be registered as of the date the application is postmarked, if such application is accepted and not rejected by the election authority and the verification notice required pursuant to section 115.155 is not returned as undeliverable by the postal service.

3. Each applicant who registers at a voter registration agency or the division of motor vehicle and drivers licensing of the department of revenue shall be deemed to be registered as of the date the application is signed by the applicant, if such application is accepted and not rejected by the election authority and the verification notice required pursuant to section 115.155 is not returned as undeliverable by the postal service.  Voter registration agencies and the division of motor vehicle and drivers licensing of the department of revenue shall transmit voter registration application forms to the appropriate election authority not later than five business days after the form is completed by the applicant.

115.155.  Registration — oath. —

1.  The election authority shall provide for the registration of each voter.  Each application shall be in substantially the following form:

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION

Are you a citizen of the United States?

☐ YES    ☐ NO

Will you be 18 years of age on or before election day?

☐ YES    ☐ NO

IF YOU CHECKED “NO” IN RESPONSE TO EITHER OF THESE QUESTIONS, DO NOT COMPLETE THIS FORM.

IF YOU ARE SUBMITTING THIS FORM BY MAIL AND ARE REGISTERING FOR THE FIRST TIME, PLEASE SUBMIT A COPY OF A CURRENT, VALID PHOTO IDENTIFICATION. IF YOU DO NOT SUBMIT SUCH INFORMATION, YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO PRESENT ADDITIONAL IDENTIFICATION UPON VOTING FOR THE FIRST TIME SUCH AS A BIRTH CERTIFICATE, A NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBAL DOCUMENT, OTHER PROOF OF UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP, A VALID MISSOURI DRIVERS LICENSE OR OTHER FORM OF PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION.

__________________

Township (or Ward)

__________________                    __________________

Name                   Precinct

__________________                    __________________

Home Address                   Required Personal

Identification

Information

__________________

City ZIP

__________________                    __________________

Date of Birth                      Place of Birth

(Optional)

__________________                    __________________

Telephone Number                        Mother’s Maiden

(Optional)                           Name (Optional)

__________________                    __________________

Occupation (Optional)                   Last Place Previously

Registered

__________________                    __________________

Last four digits of                            Under What Name

Social Security Number (Required for registration unless no Social Security number exists for Applicant)

Remarks:                            __________________

When

I am a citizen of the United States and a resident of the state of Missouri. I have not been adjudged incapacitated by any court of law. If I have been convicted of a felony or of a misdemeanor connected with the right of suffrage, I have had the voting disabilities resulting from such conviction removed pursuant to law. I do solemnly swear that all statements made on this card are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

I UNDERSTAND THAT IF I REGISTER TO VOTE KNOWING THAT I AM NOT LEGALLY ENTITLED TO REGISTER, I AM COMMITTING A CLASS ONE ELECTION OFFENSE AND MAY BE PUNISHED BY IMPRISONMENT OF NOT MORE THAN FIVE YEARS OR BY A FINE OF BETWEEN TWO THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS AND TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS OR BY BOTH SUCH IMPRISONMENT AND FINE.

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Signature of Voter                          Date

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Signature of Election Official

2. After supplying all information necessary for the registration records, each applicant who appears in person before the election authority shall swear or affirm the statements on the registration application by signing his or her full name, witnessed by the signature of the election authority or such authority’s deputy registration official.  Each applicant who applies to register by mail pursuant to section 115.159, or pursuant to section 115.160 or 115.162, shall attest to the statements on the application by his or her signature.

3. Upon receipt by mail of a completed and signed voter registration application, a voter registration application forwarded by the division of motor vehicle and drivers licensing of the department of revenue pursuant to section 115.160, or a voter registration agency pursuant to section 115.162, the election authority shall, if satisfied that the applicant is entitled to register, transfer all data necessary for the registration records from the application to its registration system.  Within seven business days after receiving the application, the election authority shall send the applicant a verification notice.  If such notice is returned as undeliverable by the postal service within the time established by the election authority, the election authority shall not place the applicant’s name on the voter registration file.

4. If, upon receipt by mail of a voter registration application or a voter registration application forwarded pursuant to section 115.160 or 115.162, the election authority determines that the applicant is not entitled to register, such authority shall, within seven business days after receiving the application, so notify the applicant by mail and state the reason such authority has determined the applicant is not qualified.  The applicant may file a complaint with the elections division of the secretary of state’s office under and pursuant to section 115.219.  If an applicant for voter registration fails to answer the question on the application concerning United States citizenship, the election authority shall notify the applicant of the failure and provide the applicant with an opportunity to complete the form in a timely manner to allow for the completion of the registration form before the next election.

5. The secretary of state shall prescribe specifications for voter registration documents so that they are uniform throughout the state of Missouri and comply with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, including the reporting requirements, and so that registrations, name changes and transfers of registrations within the state may take place as allowed by law.

6. All voter registration applications shall be preserved in the office of the election authority.

115.157.  Registration information may be computerized, information required — voter lists may be sold — candidates may receive list for reasonable fee — computerized registration system, requirements — voter history and information, how entered, when released — records closed, when. —

1.  The election authority may place all information on any registration cards in computerized form in accordance with section 115.158.  No election authority or secretary of state shall furnish to any member of the public electronic media or printout showing any registration information, except as provided in this section.  Except as provided in subsection 2 of this section, the election authority or secretary of state shall make available electronic media or printouts showing unique voter identification numbers, voters’ names, dates of birth, addresses, townships or wards, and precincts.  Electronic data shall be maintained in at least the following separate fields:

(1)  Voter identification number;

(2)  First name;

(3)  Middle initial;

(4)  Last name;

(5)  Suffix;

(6)  Street number;

(7)  Street direction;

(8)  Street name;

(9)  Street suffix;

(10)  Apartment number;

(11)  City;

(12)  State;

(13)  Zip code;

(14)  Township;

(15)  Ward;

(16)  Precinct;

(17)  Senatorial district;

(18)  Representative district;

(19)  Congressional district.

2. All election authorities shall enter voter history in their computerized registration systems and shall, not more than six months after the election, forward such data to the Missouri voter registration system established in section 115.158.  In addition, election authorities shall forward registration and other data in a manner prescribed by the secretary of state to comply with the Help America Vote Act of 2002.

3. Except as provided in subsection 6 of this section, the election authority shall furnish, for a fee, electronic media or a printout showing the names, dates of birth and addresses of voters, or any part thereof, within the jurisdiction of the election authority who voted in any specific election, including primary elections, by township, ward or precinct, provided that nothing in this chapter shall require such voter information to be released to the public over the internet.

4. Except as provided in subsection 6 of this section, upon a request by a candidate, a duly authorized representative of a campaign committee, or a political party committee, the secretary of state shall furnish, for a fee determined by the secretary of state and in compliance with section 610.026, media in an electronic format or, if so requested, in a printed format, showing the names, addresses, and voter identification numbers of voters within the jurisdiction of a specific election authority who applied for an absentee ballot under section 115.279 for any specific election involving a ballot measure or an office for which the declaration of candidacy is required to be filed with the secretary of state pursuant to section 115.353, including primary elections, by township, ward, or precinct.  Nothing in this section shall require such voter information to be released to the public over the internet.  For purposes of this section, the terms “candidate”, “campaign committee”, and “political party committee” shall have the same meaning given to such terms in section 130.011.

5. The amount of fees charged for information provided in this section shall be established pursuant to chapter 610.  All revenues collected by the secretary of state pursuant to this section shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the secretary of state’s technology trust fund account established pursuant to section 28.160.  In even-numbered years, each election authority shall, upon request, supply the voter registration list for its jurisdiction to all candidates and party committees for a charge established pursuant to chapter 610.  Except as provided in subsection 6 of this section, all election authorities shall make the information described in this section available pursuant to chapter 610.  Any election authority who fails to comply with the requirements of this section shall be subject to the provisions of chapter 610.

6. Any person working as an undercover officer of a local, state or federal law enforcement agency, persons in witness protection programs, and victims of domestic violence and abuse who have received orders of protection pursuant to chapter 455 shall be entitled to apply to the circuit court having jurisdiction in his or her county of residence to have the residential address on his or her voter registration records closed to the public if the release of such information could endanger the safety of the person.  Any person working as an undercover agent or in a witness protection program shall also submit a statement from the chief executive officer of the agency under whose direction he or she is serving.  The petition to close the residential address shall be incorporated into any petition for protective order provided by circuit clerks pursuant to chapter 455.  If satisfied that the person filing the petition meets the qualifications of this subsection, the circuit court shall issue an order to the election authority to keep the residential address of the voter a closed record and the address may be used only for the purposes of administering elections pursuant to this chapter.  The election authority may require the voter who has a closed residential address record to verify that his or her residential address has not changed or to file a change of address and to affirm that the reasons contained in the original petition are still accurate prior to receiving a ballot.  A change of address within an election authority’s jurisdiction shall not require that the voter file a new petition.  Any voter who no longer qualifies pursuant to this subsection to have his or her residential address as a closed record shall notify the circuit court.  Upon such notification, the circuit court shall void the order closing the residential address and so notify the election authority.

115.158.  Missouri voter registration system authorized, functions — system maintenance performed — security measures implemented — verification of information — use of system for election results — information not to be used for commercial purposes, penalty — advisory committee established, duties — rulemaking authority. —

1.  The secretary of state shall implement a centralized, interactive computerized statewide voter registration list.  This computerized list shall be known as the “Missouri Voter Registration System”.  The system shall be implemented by January 1, 2004, unless a waiver is obtained pursuant to the Help America Vote Act of 2002.  If a waiver is obtained, the system shall be implemented by January 1, 2006.  The system shall be maintained and administered by the secretary of state and contain the name and registration information of every legally registered voter in Missouri.  In addition, the system shall:

(1)  Assign a unique identifier to each legally registered voter in Missouri;

(2)  Serve as the single system for storing and managing the official list of registered voters throughout Missouri;

(3)  Be coordinated with other agency databases in Missouri;

(4)  Allow any election official in Missouri, including local election authorities, immediate electronic access to the information contained in the system;

(5)  Allow all voter registration information obtained by any local election official in Missouri to be electronically entered into the system on an expedited basis at the time the information is provided to the local official.  The secretary of state, as the chief state election official, shall provide such support as may be required so that local election officials are able to enter the registration information; and

(6)  Serve as the official voter registration list for the conduct of all elections in Missouri.

2. The secretary of state and local election authorities shall perform system maintenance on a regular basis, which shall include:

(1)  Removing names in accordance with the provisions and procedures of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 and coordinating system maintenance activities with state agency records on death and felony status;

(2)  Requiring the name of each registered voter to appear in the system;

(3)  Removing only voters who are not registered or who are not eligible to vote; and

(4)  Eliminating duplicate names from the system.

3. The secretary of state shall provide adequate technological security measures to prevent the unauthorized access to the system established pursuant to this section.

4. The secretary of state shall develop procedures to ensure that voter registration records within the system are accurate and updated regularly.  At a minimum, the procedures shall include:

(1)  A system of file maintenance that makes a reasonable effort to remove registrants who are ineligible to vote.  Consistent with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, registrants who have not responded to a notice and who have not voted in two consecutive general elections for federal office shall be removed from the official list of eligible voters, except that no registrant may be removed solely by reason of a failure to vote; and

(2)  Safeguards to ensure that eligible voters are not removed in error.

5. Voter registration information shall be verified in accordance with the Help America Vote Act of 2002.

(1)  Except as provided in subdivision (2) of this subsection, an application for voter registration may not be accepted or processed unless the application includes:

(a)  In the case of an applicant who has been issued a current and valid driver’s license, the applicant’s driver’s license number; or

(b)  In the case of any other applicant, other than an applicant to whom subdivision (2) applies, the last four digits of the applicant’s Social Security number.

(2)  If an applicant for voter registration has not been issued a current and valid driver’s license or a Social Security number, the applicant shall be assigned a number which will serve to identify the applicant for voter registration purposes.  The number assigned under this subdivision shall be used as the unique identifying number within the system.

(3)  The secretary of state and the director of the department of revenue shall enter into an agreement to match information in the database of the voter registration system with information in the database of the motor vehicle system to enable the secretary to verify the accuracy of information provided on applications for voter registration.

(4)  The director of the department of revenue shall enter into an agreement with the commissioner of Social Security and comply with the Help America Vote Act of 2002.

6. In addition to using the system for voter registration, the election authorities and secretary of state may use the system for the collection and dissemination of election results and other pertinent information.  Any information contained in any state or local voter registration system, limited to the master voter registration list or any other list generated from the information, subject to chapter 610, shall not be used for commercial purposes; provided, however, that the information may be used for elections, for candidates, or for ballot measures, furnished at a reasonable fee.  Violation of this section shall be a class B misdemeanor.  For purposes of this section, “commercial purposes” means the use of a public record for the purpose of sale or resale or for the purpose of producing a document containing all or part of the copy, printout, or photograph for sale or the obtaining of names and addresses from public records for the purpose of solicitation or the sale of names and addresses to another for the purpose of solicitation or for any purpose in which the purchaser can reasonably anticipate the receipt of monetary gain from the direct or indirect use of the public record.

7. The secretary of state shall establish an advisory committee to assist in the establishment and maintenance of the Missouri voter registration system.

8. The secretary of state may promulgate rules to execute this section. No rule or portion of a rule promulgated pursuant to the authority of this section shall become effective unless it has been promulgated pursuant to chapter 536.

9. Election authorities and any agency required under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 to accept voter registration applications shall forward registration and other data in a manner prescribed by the secretary of state to assist with administering and maintaining the Missouri voter registration system in accordance with the Help America Vote Act of 2002.

115.159.  Registration by mail — delivery of absentee ballots, when — provisional ballot by mail permitted, when. —

1.  Any person who is qualified to register in Missouri shall, upon application, be entitled to register by mail.  Upon request, application forms shall be furnished by the election authority or the secretary of state.

2. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the election authority shall not deliver any absentee ballot to any person who registers to vote by mail until after such person has:

(1)  Voted, in person, after presentation of a proper form of identification set out in section 115.427, for the first time following registration; or

(2)  Provided a copy of identification set out in section 115.427 to the election authority.

This subsection shall not apply to those persons identified in section 115.283 who are exempted from obtaining a notary seal or signature on their absentee ballots.  An individual who has registered to vote by mail but who does not meet the requirements of this subsection may cast a provisional ballot by mail.  Such ballot shall not be counted pursuant to this chapter, and the individual shall be notified of the reason for not counting the ballot.

3. Subsection 2 of this section shall not apply in the case of a person:

(1)  Who registers to vote by mail pursuant to Section 6 of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 and submits a copy of a current and valid photo identification as part of such registration;

(2)  Who registers to vote by mail pursuant to Section 6 of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 and:

(a)  Submits with such registration either a driver’s license number, or at least the last four digits of the individual’s Social Security number; and

(b)  With respect to whom the secretary of state matches the information submitted pursuant to paragraph (a) of this subdivision with an existing state identification record bearing the same number, name, and date of birth as provided in such registration;

(3)  Who is:

(a)  A covered voter defined in section 115.902;

(b)  Provided the right to vote otherwise than in person pursuant to Section 3(b)(2)(B)(ii) of the Voting Accessibility for the Elderly and Handicapped Act; or

(c)  Entitled to vote otherwise than in person pursuant to any other federal law.

115.160.  Driver’s license applicants to receive voter registration application, contents — rules — forwarding of application to election authority, when — documentation required. —

1.  All Missouri driver’s license applicants shall receive a voter registration application form as a simultaneous part of the application for a driver’s license, renewal of driver’s license, change of address, duplicate request and a nondriver’s license.

2. If a single application form is used, the voter registration application portion of any application described in subsection 1 of this section may not require any information that duplicates information required in the driver’s license portion of the form, except a second signature or other information required by law.

3. After conferring with the secretary of state as the chief state election official responsible for overseeing of the voter registration process, the director of revenue shall adopt rules and regulations pertaining to the format of the voter registration application used by the department.

4. No information relating to the failure of an applicant for a driver’s license or nondriver’s license to sign a voter registration application may be used for any purpose other than voter registration.

5. Any voter registration application received pursuant to the provisions of this section shall be forwarded to the election authority located within that county or any city not within a county, or if there is more than one election authority within the county, then to the election authority located nearest to the location where the driver’s license application was received.  The election authority receiving the application forms shall review the applications and forward any applications pertaining to a different election authority to that election authority.

6. A completed voter registration application accepted in the driver’s licensing process shall be transmitted to the election authority described in subsection 5 of this section not later than five business days after the form is completed by the applicant.

7. Any person registering to vote when applying for or renewing a Missouri driver’s license shall submit with the application form a copy of a birth certificate, a Native American tribal document, or other proof of United States citizenship, a valid Missouri driver’s license, or other form of personal identification.

115.161.  Registration of persons unable to write. —

If any person applying to register in person pursuant to this subchapter is unable to write, the election official shall fill in the registration cards, and the applicant shall sign by mark, witnessed by the election official.  The election official shall note the applicant’s height in feet and inches, weight, color of eyes and other distinguishing features under the title “Remarks” on the registration cards.

115.162.  Secretary of state to provide voter registration applications at certain public offices — duties of voter registration agency — declination of registration. —

1.  A voter registration application shall be provided by the secretary of state in all offices of the state that provide public assistance, all offices that provide state-funded programs primarily engaged in providing services to persons with disabilities, and other offices as directed by the governor.  In addition all Armed Forces recruitment offices shall be considered a voter registration agency.

2. At each voter registration agency, the following services shall be made available:

(1)  Assistance to applicants in completing voter registration application forms, unless the applicant refuses such assistance;

(2)  Acceptance of completed voter registration application forms for transmittal to the election authority located in the same county or any city not within a county, or if there is more than one election authority within the county, to the election authority nearest to the office of the agency.  The election authority receiving the application forms shall review the applications and forward any applications pertaining to a different election authority to that election authority;

(3)  Voter registration sites shall transmit voter registration application forms to the appropriate election authority not later than five business days after the form is completed by the applicant;

(4)  If a voter registration agency provides services to a person with a disability at the person’s home, the agency shall provide the services provided in this section at the person’s home.

3. An applicant declining to register in any agency shall be noted in a declination section incorporated into the voter registration form used by the agency.  No information relating to a declination to register to vote in connection with an application made at a voter registration agency may be used for any purpose other than voter registration.

115.163.  Precinct register required — voter identification cards, procedures and uses — list of registered voters available, fee. —

1.  Each election authority shall use the Missouri voter registration system established by section 115.158 to prepare a list of legally registered voters for each precinct.  The list shall be arranged alphabetically or by street address as the election authority determines and shall be known as the precinct register.  The precinct registers shall be kept by the election authority in a secure place, except when given to election judges for use at an election.  Except as provided in subsection 6 of section 115.157, all registration records shall be open to inspection by the public at all reasonable times.

2. A new precinct register shall be prepared by the election authority prior to each election.

3. The election authority shall send to each voter, except those who registered by mail and have not voted, a voter identification card no later than ninety days prior to the date of a primary or general election for federal office, unless the voter has received such a card during the preceding six months.  The election authority shall send to each voter who registered by mail and has not voted the verification notice required under section 115.155 no later than ninety days prior to the date of a primary or general election for federal office.  The voter identification card shall contain the voter’s name, address, and precinct.  The card also shall inform the voter of the personal identification requirement in section 115.427 and may also contain other voting information at the discretion of the election authority.The voter identification card shall be sent to a voter, except those who registered by mail and have not voted, after a new registration or a change of address.  If any voter, except those who registered by mail and have not voted, shall lose his voter identification card, he may request a new one from the election authority.  The voter identification card authorized pursuant to this section may be used as a canvass of voters in lieu of the provisions set out in sections 115.179 to 115.193.  Except as provided in subsection 2 of section 115.157, anyone, upon request and payment of a reasonable fee, may obtain a printout, list and/or computer tape of those newly registered voters or voters deleted from the voting rolls, since the last canvass or updating of the rolls.  The election authority may authorize the use of the postal service contractors under the federal National Change of Address program to identify those voters whose address is not correct on the voter registration records.  The election authority shall not be required to mail a voter registration card to those voters whose addresses are incorrect.  Confirmation notices to such voters required by section 115.193 shall be sent to the corrected address provided by the National Change of Address program.

115.165.  Transfer of registration, how, when — procedure. —

1.  If the voter files a change of address application in person at the office of the election authority, at the polling place, or pursuant to section 115.159, 115.160, 115.162 or 115.193, or otherwise provides signed written notice of the move, including notice by facsimile transmission, an election authority may change the address on a voter registration record for a voter who moves within the election authority’s jurisdiction after comparing and verifying the signature.  Before changing the address on a voter record, the election authority shall be satisfied that the record is that of the person providing the change of address information.

2. A registered voter who has changed his or her residence within an election authority’s jurisdiction and has not been removed from the list of registered voters pursuant to this chapter shall be permitted to file a change of address with the election authority or before an election judge at a polling place and vote at a central polling place or at the polling place that serves his or her new address upon written or oral affirmation by the voter of the new address.

3. If the applicant for registration was last registered in another jurisdiction within this state or another state, the election authority shall send notice of the registration to the election authority where the applicant was previously registered.  The election authority sending the notice shall provide identifying information to assist the election authority receiving the notice to determine whether the person named was previously registered in such jurisdiction and whether, based on the identifying information provided, the application can be removed from the voting record in the former jurisdiction.

4. Upon receipt of a notice from another election authority that a voter has registered in another jurisdiction in this state or another state, the election authority shall determine whether sufficient information is provided in the notice to identify the person named in such notice as previously registered in the election authority’s jurisdiction and presently removable from the voting records in the election authority’s jurisdiction.  Every election authority is authorized to examine the information provided in a notice of duplicate registration provided by the Missouri voter registration system authorized pursuant to section 115.158 to determine if a voter in one election authority’s voter registration records has subsequently registered in another jurisdiction.  If, after reviewing the information provided, the election authority is satisfied that the person identified in the notice is listed as a registered voter in the election authority’s jurisdiction but has subsequently registered in another jurisdiction, the election authority may remove the person’s registration from the list of registered voters.

115.167.  Change of name of registered voter, procedure for. —

If a registered voter obtains a lawful name change, including a change because of marriage, the voter shall notify the election authority of such change and the election authority shall, upon notification, enter the change on the voter’s registration cards.  After filling in the voter’s new name and transferring other necessary information from the voter’s previous registration cards to a new set of cards, the election authority may send new cards to the voter for signature or may require the voter to sign new cards at the polls.  If the election authority does require the voter to sign new cards, the new cards shall become the voter’s official registration cards.  A registered voter who obtains a lawful name change may, after notifying the election judges of the name change, vote at one election under the previous name.  The election judges shall notify the election authority of the voter’s name change and the election authority shall enter the change on the voter’s registration cards as provided for in this section.

115.169.  Register delivered to polls, when. —

Before the time fixed by law for the opening of the polls on election day, the election authority shall deliver the proper precinct registers to each polling place and shall make a record of the delivery.

115.171.  Error in precinct record, corrected when. —

If the election authority learns on election day that a registration record has been placed in the wrong precinct register, the election authority shall immediately have the error corrected.

115.173.  Applications and affidavits, where stored. —

All applications and affidavits required by this chapter shall be preserved in the office of the election authority.

115.175.  Class one election offense defined. —

Any person who knowingly or willfully gives any false information for the purpose of establishing his eligibility to register to vote or who conspires with another person for the purpose of encouraging his false registration or illegal vote, or who pays or offers to pay, accepts or offers to accept payment for registering to vote or for voting, or who otherwise willfully and fraudulently furnishes false information to a registration official for the purpose of causing a false or fictitious registration, or who registers to vote with the intention of voting more than once in the same election shall be guilty of a class one election offense.

115.177.  Registrations in effect January 1, 1978, to remain valid, exception. —

Nothing in this chapter shall be construed in any way as interfering with or discontinuing any person’s valid registration which is in effect on January 1, 1978, until such time as the person is required to transfer his or her registration or to reregister under the provisions of this chapter.

115.179.  Registration records to be canvassed, when. —

1.  The election authority shall have the registration records of all precincts in its jurisdiction canvassed every two years in accordance with subsection 3 of section 115.163 and that it be completed no later than ninety days prior to the date of a primary or general election for federal office.  The election authority may utilize postal service contractors under the federal National Change of Address program to canvass the records.

2. In each jurisdiction without a board of election commissioners, the county clerk shall have the registration records of all precincts in its jurisdiction canvassed every two years in accordance with subsection 3 of section 115.163 and that it be completed no later than ninety days prior to the date of a primary or general election for federal office.

115.181.  Canvass, how conducted. —

1.  In its discretion, the election authority may order all or any part of a canvass to be made house-to-house, through the United States Postal Service, or by both methods.

2. At the discretion of the election authority, the canvass may be made by including only those voters who did not vote at the last general election and those voters who registered since the last general election.

115.183.  Verification list defined. —

As used in this subchapter, the term “verification list” shall mean a list prepared under the supervision of the election authority which contains the name and address of each registered voter within a precinct.

115.185.  Canvassers, how selected — voter not at address, procedure followed — police protection, when. —

1.  Immediately before a house-to-house canvass, the election authority shall prepare two verification lists for each precinct to be canvassed.

2. For each precinct to be canvassed, the election authority shall appoint two registered voters from its jurisdiction, one from each major political party, to serve as canvassers of the precinct.  The two canvassers, each having one of the verification lists, shall together call at each dwelling place in the precinct which is shown on the verification lists.

3. If the canvassers find that any registered voter does not live at the address shown on the verification lists, they shall immediately notify the election authority.

4. Whenever it deems necessary, the election authority may request that police protection be furnished canvassers while they perform their official duties.  Such protection shall be promptly furnished by the appropriate authorities.

115.187.  Canvassers report to election authority — notice, form. —

Immediately after calling at all dwelling places shown on the verification lists, the house-to-house canvassers shall report with the verification lists to the office of the election authority.  The election authority shall as soon as possible prepare and mail a notice to each person who was not found to reside at the address shown on the verification lists.  The election authority shall send notice by postage prepaid and preaddressed return card, sent by forwardable mail, on which the registered voter may state his or her current address together with a notice as prescribed by section 115.193.

115.189.  Information supplied by postal service in lieu of house-to-house canvass. —

In lieu of a house-to-house canvass or postal service canvass, the election authority may establish a program by which change of address information is supplied by the postal service.

115.191.  Investigative authorization of election authority. —

The election authority may investigate the residence or other qualifications of any voter at any time it deems necessary.  The election authority shall investigate material affecting any voter’s qualifications brought to its attention from any source, and such investigations shall be conducted in the manner it directs.  The election authority may defer investigation of material brought to its attention within ten days of an election until after the election if it determines time does not permit an earlier investigation.

115.193.  Name stricken from register, conditions — notice, method, contents — improper removal from records, may be permitted to vote — inactive voter designation. —

1.  Upon completion of a canvass as provided for in this chapter, a registered voter’s name shall not be removed from the list of registered voters on the ground that the voter has changed residence unless:

(1) The voter confirms in writing that the voter has changed residence to a place outside the election authority’s jurisdiction in which the voter is registered; or

(2)  The voter fails to respond to a notice described in this section and has not voted in an election during the period beginning on the date of the notice and ending on the day after the date of the second general election that occurs after the date of the notice.

2. The notice referred to in subsection 1, subdivision (2) of this section shall contain a postage prepaid and preaddressed return card, sent by forwardable mail, on which the voter may state the voter’s current address.

3. The notice shall also contain the following statements:

“(1)  Any voter who has not changed his or her residence, or has changed residence but remained in the same election authority’s jurisdiction, shall return the card not later than the fourth Wednesday prior to the next election.  If the card is not returned by this date, oral or written affirmation of the voter’s address may be required at the polling place before the voter will be permitted to vote in an election during the period beginning on the date of the notice and ending on the day after the date of the second general election that occurs after the date of the notice.  Any voter who does not vote in an election during that period, will have his or her name removed from the list of eligible voters;

(2)  For additional information on registering to vote, contact the election authority located in the county of your current residence.  If you reside in the City of St. Louis, contact the St. Louis City election board.”

4. If the election authority believes that the name of any voter was improperly removed from the registration records, it may, by telephone or in writing on election day, authorize election judges to permit the voter to vote.  The voter may be required to execute an affidavit of qualification on a form prescribed by the election authority before being permitted to vote.

5.An election authority may designate any voter as an inactive voter if the election authority receives from the United States Postal Service notification that the voter no longer resides at the address last known to the election authority and no forwarding address is available, or the voter fails to respond to the notice authorized in subdivision (2) of subsection 1 of this section within thirty days after the election authority sends such notice.  Such voter may be designated as an inactive voter only until:

(1)  The voter returns such notice to the election authority;

(2)  The voter provides the election authority with his or her new address pursuant to the provisions of this chapter;

(3)  The voter provides a written affirmation that the voter has not changed residence; or

(4)  The election authority receives sufficient information to remove the voter from the list of registered voters pursuant to this section or section 115.165, or return the voter to the active list of registered voters in the jurisdiction.

6. An election authority may exclude inactive voters to determine only:

(1)  The number of ballots to be printed pursuant to section 115.247;

(2)  The proportional costs of elections; or

(3)  Mailing information to registered voters.

115.195.  Death, felony, and misdemeanor convictions, persons adjudged incapacitated — records, when obtained. —

1.  At least once each month, the state or local registrar of vital statistics shall provide to the election authority a list of the name and address, if known, of each person over eighteen years of age in its jurisdiction whose death has been reported to him or her and provide a copy of the list of any death reported in the state to the secretary of state.  The secretary of state shall notify the election authority of the jurisdiction in which the deceased resided of the information received pursuant to this subsection.

2. At least once each month, the clerk of the circuit court of each county and city not within a county shall provide to the election authority a list of the name and address, if known, of each person over eighteen years of age in the court’s jurisdiction who has been convicted of any felony, or of a misdemeanor connected with the right of suffrage.  A copy of the list shall also be submitted to the secretary of state.  The secretary of state shall notify the election authority of the jurisdiction in which an offender resides of the information received pursuant to this subsection.

3. At least once each month, the clerk of the probate division of the circuit court of each county and city not within a county shall provide to the election authority a list of the name and address, if known, of each person over eighteen years of age in the court’s jurisdiction who has been adjudged incapacitated and has not been restored to capacity.  A copy of the list shall also be submitted to the secretary of state.  The secretary of state shall notify the election authority of the jurisdiction in which such person resides of the information received pursuant to this subsection.

4. All state and local registrars and all clerks of probate divisions of the circuit courts and circuit courts shall provide the information specified in this section, without charge, to the election authority or the secretary of state.

115.197.  Governor to furnish list of persons pardoned. —

Not later than October tenth each year, the governor of this state shall provide to each election authority in the state, without charge, the name and address, if known, of each person pardoned by him during the preceding calendar year.

115.199.  Deceased and incompetents removed from register, when — persons convicted and pardoned, how handled. —

Each election authority shall remove from its registration records the names of voters reported dead or adjudged incapacitated and shall determine the voting qualifications of those reported convicted or pardoned.

115.203.  Prohibitions and requirements governing voter registration applications — penalty. —

1.  No person shall pay or otherwise compensate any other person for registering voters based on the number of:

(1)  Voters registered by the other person;

(2)  Voter registration applications collected by the other person; or

(3)  Voter registration applications submitted to election officials by the other person.

2. No person shall receive or accept payment or any other compensation from any other person for registering voters based on the number of:

(1)  Voters registered by the person receiving or accepting payment or other compensation;

(2)  Voter registration applications collected by the person receiving or accepting payment or other compensation;

(3)  Voter registration applications submitted to election officials by the person receiving or accepting payment or other compensation.

3. No person who agrees or offers to submit a voter registration application for another person shall knowingly destroy, deface, or conceal such voter registration application.

4. Any person who accepts or receives a voter registration application from another person and agrees or offers to submit such application to the election authority for the registrant shall deliver the application to the election authority within seven days of accepting or receiving the application.

5. A violation of this section is a class four election offense.

115.205.  Voter registration solicitors, registration — required information — oath — penalty, acceptance of applications. —

1.  Any person who is paid or otherwise compensated for soliciting more than ten voter registration applications, other than a governmental entity or a person who is paid or compensated by a governmental entity for such solicitation, shall be registered with the secretary of state as a voter registration solicitor.  A voter registration solicitor shall register for every election cycle that begins on the day after the general election and ends on the day of the general election two years later.  A voter registration solicitor shall be at least eighteen years of age and shall be a registered voter in the state of Missouri.

2. Each voter registration solicitor shall provide the following information in writing to the secretary of state’s office:

(1)  The name of the voter registration solicitor;

(2)  The residential address, including street number, city, state, and zip code;

(3)  The mailing address, if different from the residential address;

(4)  Whether the voter registration solicitor expects to be paid for soliciting voter registrations;

(5)  If the voter registration solicitor expects to be paid, the identity of the payor; or

(6)  The signature of the voter registration solicitor.

3. The solicitor information required in subsection 2 of this section shall be submitted to the secretary of state’s office with the following oath and affirmation:

“I HEREBY SWEAR OR AFFIRM UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY THAT ALL STATEMENTS MADE BY ME ARE TRUE AND CORRECT.”.

4. Any voter registration solicitor who knowingly fails to register with the secretary of state is guilty of a class three election offense.  Voter registration applications shall be accepted by the election authority if such applications are otherwise valid, even if the voter registration solicitor who procured the applications fails to register with or submits false information to the secretary of state.

115.219.  Complaints of certain elections violations — procedure, contents — copy of complaint — consolidation of complaints — investigation and hearing — report — contents of report — remedy. —

1.  Any person who believes a violation of any provision of Title III of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA), 42 U.S.C. Sections 15481 to 15485, as amended, has occurred, is occurring, or is about to occur may file a complaint with the elections division of the secretary of state’s office.

2. Any complaint filed under this section shall:

(1)  Be in writing, signed, and sworn to before a notary public commissioned by the state of Missouri;

(2)  Be filed within thirty days of the certification of the election in which the violation is alleged to have occurred and state the following:

(a)  The name and mailing address of the person or persons alleged to have committed the violation of Title III of HAVA described in the complaint;

(b)  A description of the act or acts that the person filing the complaint believes is a violation of Title III of HAVA; and

(c)  The nature of the injury suffered or about to be suffered by the person filing the complaint.

3. The elections division shall promptly provide a copy of the complaint by certified mail to:

(1)  All persons identified in the complaint as possible violators of Title III of HAVA; and

(2)  The election authority in whose jurisdiction the violation is alleged to have occurred or is about to occur.

4. The elections division may consolidate complaints filed under this section.

5. Upon the proper filing of a complaint under this section, the secretary of state shall appoint a presiding officer who shall conduct an investigation of the complaint.

6. At the request of the person filing the complaint or if the presiding officer believes that the circumstances so dictate, the presiding officer shall conduct a hearing on the complaint and prepare a record on the hearing, such hearing to be conducted within ten days of the request of the person filing the complaint.

7. Upon completion of the investigation, the presiding officer shall submit the results to the elections division, which shall then issue a written report.  The elections division shall provide a copy of the report by certified mail to:

(1)  The person who filed the complaint;

(2)  The person or persons alleged to have committed the violation; and

(3)  The election authority in whose jurisdiction the violation is alleged to have occurred.

8. The report described in subsection 7 of this section shall:

(1)  Indicate the date when the complaint was received by the elections division;

(2)  Contain findings of fact regarding the alleged violation and state whether a violation of Title III of HAVA has occurred;

(3)  State what steps, if any, the person or persons alleged to have committed a violation have taken to correct or prevent any recurrence;

(4)  Suggest any additional measures that could be taken to correct the violation;

(5)  Indicate the date a violation was corrected or is expected to be corrected;

(6)  Provide any additional information or recommendations useful in resolving the complaint.

9. If the elections division determines that there is a violation of Title III of HAVA, the elections division shall determine and provide the appropriate remedy, as authorized by law to do so.  If the elections division determines that it is not authorized by law to provide an appropriate remedy, the elections division shall, if possible, refer the matter to the appropriate agency or office that has jurisdiction.

115.221.  Voting records to be inspected annually. —

Notwithstanding any other provisions of law to the contrary, each election authority may have the voting records inspected and may investigate the qualifications of any person who has not voted or transferred his registration within the four preceding calendar years.

Automated Voting Equipment

115.225.  Automated equipment to be approved by secretary of state — standards to be met — rules, promulgation, procedure. —

1.  Before use by election authorities in this state, the secretary of state shall approve the marking devices and the automatic tabulating equipment used in electronic voting systems and may promulgate rules and regulations to implement the intent of sections 115.225 to 115.235.

2. No electronic voting system shall be approved unless it:

(1)  Permits voting in absolute secrecy;

(2)  Permits each voter to vote for as many candidates for each office as a voter is lawfully entitled to vote for;

(3)  Permits each voter to vote for or against as many questions as a voter is lawfully entitled to vote on, and no more;

(4)  Provides facilities for each voter to cast as many write-in votes for each office as a voter is lawfully entitled to cast;

(5)  Permits each voter in a primary election to vote for the candidates of only one party announced by the voter in advance;

(6)  Permits each voter at a presidential election to vote by use of a single mark for the candidates of one party or group of petitioners for president, vice president and their presidential electors;

(7)  Accurately counts all proper votes cast for each candidate and for and against each question;

(8)  Is set to reject all votes, except write-in votes, for any office and on any question when the number of votes exceeds the number a voter is lawfully entitled to cast;

(9)  Permits each voter, while voting, to clearly see the ballot label;

(10)  Has been tested and is certified by an independent authority that meets the voting system standards developed by the Federal Election Commission or its successor agency.  The provisions of this subdivision shall not be required for any system purchased prior to August 28, 2002.

3. The secretary of state shall promulgate rules and regulations to allow the use of a computerized voting system.  The procedures shall provide for the use of a computerized voting system with the ability to provide a paper audit trail.  Notwithstanding any provisions of this chapter to the contrary, such a system may allow for the storage of processed ballot materials in an electronic form.

4. Any rule or portion of a rule, as that term is defined in section 536.010, that is created under the authority delegated in this section shall become effective only if it complies with and is subject to all of the provisions of chapter 536 and, if applicable, section 536.028.  This section and chapter 536 are nonseverable and if any of the powers vested with the general assembly pursuant to chapter 536 to review, to delay the effective date or to disapprove and annul a rule are subsequently held unconstitutional, then the grant of rulemaking authority and any rule proposed or adopted after August 28, 2002, shall be invalid and void.

115.227.  Consistent provisions of general law to apply to electronic voting systems. —

All provisions of law not inconsistent with sections 115.225 to 115.235 shall apply with full force and effect to elections in each jurisdiction using an electronic voting system.

115.229.  Electronic voting system may be used, when. —

1.  An electronic voting system may be used at any primary election if it has been approved by the secretary of state, complies with the provisions of section 115.225, and if the automatic tabulating equipment will reject each vote on which a voter has voted for candidates of more than one party.

2. An electronic voting system may be used at any other election if it has been approved by the secretary of state and complies with the provisions of section 115.225.

115.230.  Voter verification, electronic system or pad authorized. —

Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, any election authority may use an electronic voter identification system or an electronic signature pad to verify a voter’s address, registration status, and signature information at any polling place.  Any such system or pad shall be able to read identifying information from an official Missouri driver’s license or nondriver’s license issued by the department of revenue, and shall be capable of allowing an election authority to manually enter the voter’s information from a valid form of personal identification containing the voter’s signature.

115.233.  Testing of automatic tabulating equipment, when done, procedure. —

Within fourteen days prior to an election at which an electronic voting system is to be used, the election authority shall have the automatic tabulating equipment tested to ascertain that the equipment is in compliance with the law and that it will correctly count the votes cast for all offices and on all questions.  At least forty-eight hours prior to the test, notice of the time and place of the test shall be mailed to each independent and new party candidate and the chairman of the county committee of each established political party named on the ballot.  The test shall be observed by at least two persons designated by the election authority, one from each major political party, and shall be open to representatives of the political parties, candidates, the news media and the public.  The test shall be conducted by processing a preaudited group of ballots.  If any error is detected, the cause shall be ascertained and corrected, and an errorless count shall be made before the tabulating equipment is approved.

115.235.  Preparation of marking devices required. —

In jurisdictions where electronic voting systems are used, the election authority shall cause the marking devices to be put in order, set, adjusted and made ready for voting, before they are delivered to polling places on election day.

115.237.  Ballots, contents of — straight political party ticket voting prohibited — rulemaking authority. —

1.  Each ballot printed or designed for use with an electronic voting system for any election pursuant to this chapter shall contain all questions and the names of all offices and candidates certified or filed pursuant to this chapter and no other.  As far as practicable, all questions and the names of all offices and candidates for which each voter is entitled to vote shall be printed on one page except for the ballot for political party committee persons in polling places not utilizing an electronic voting system which may be printed separately and in conformity with the requirements contained in this section.  As far as practicable, ballots containing only questions and the names of nonpartisan offices and candidates shall be printed in accordance with the provisions of this section, except that the ballot information may be listed in vertical or horizontal rows.  The names of candidates for each office shall be listed in the order in which they are filed.

2. In polling places using electronic voting systems, the ballot information may be arranged in vertical or horizontal rows or on a number of separate pages or screens.  In any event, the name of each candidate, the candidate’s party, the office for which he or she is a candidate, and each question shall be indicated clearly on the ballot.

3. Nothing in this subchapter shall be construed as prohibiting the use of a separate paper ballot for questions or for the presidential preference primary in any polling place using an electronic voting system.

4. Where electronic voting systems are used and when write-in votes are authorized by law, a write-in ballot, which may be in the form of a separate paper ballot, card, or envelope, may be provided by the election authority to permit each voter to write in the names of persons whose names do not appear on the ballot.

5. No ballot printed or designed for use with an electronic voting system for any partisan election held under this chapter shall allow a person to vote a straight political party ticket.  For purposes of this subsection, a “straight political party ticket” means voting for all of the candidates for elective office who are on the ballot representing a single political party by a single selection on the ballot.

7. The secretary of state shall promulgate rules that specify uniform standards for ballot layout for each electronic or computerized ballot counting system approved under the provisions of section 115.225 so that the ballot used with any counting system is, where possible, consistent with the intent of this section.  Nothing in this section shall be construed to require the format specified in this section if it does not meet the requirements of the ballot counting system used by the election authority.

8. Any rule or portion of a rule, as that term is defined in section 536.010, that is created under the authority delegated in this section shall become effective only if it complies with and is subject to all of the provisions of chapter 536 and, if applicable, section 536.028.  This section and chapter 536 are nonseverable and if any of the powers vested with the general assembly pursuant to chapter 536 to review, to delay the effective date or to disapprove and annul a rule are subsequently held unconstitutional, then the grant of rulemaking authority and any rule proposed or adopted after August 28, 2002, shall be invalid and void.

115.239.  Placement of party candidates on ballot, how determined. —

1.  The party casting the highest number of votes for governor at the last gubernatorial election shall be placed in the first or left-hand column on the ballot.  The party casting the next highest number of votes for the same office shall be placed in the next column to the right, and so on until all established parties have been placed.  In order of the date their petitions were filed, new parties shall then be placed in columns to the right of the established party receiving the smallest vote for governor.  If there is no more than one independent candidate for any office, all independent candidates shall be placed in one column to the right of the new party filing the latest petition.  If there is more than one independent candidate for any office, the candidate filing the earliest petition shall be placed in the column to the right of the new party filing the latest petition.  The independent candidate filing the next earliest petition shall be placed in the next column to the right, and so on until all independent candidates for the office have been placed.

2. The name of each candidate shall be placed in the appropriate column by the election authority.

115.243.  President and vice president to be considered one candidate — ballot, how printed, contents of. —

1.  For the purposes of this chapter, the candidates for president and vice president of the United States from any political party or group of petitioners shall be considered one candidate.  The names of the candidates for president and vice president from each political party or group of petitioners shall be enclosed in a brace directly to the left of the names in the appropriate column on the official ballot.  Directly to the left of each brace shall be printed one square, the sides of which are not less than one-fourth inch in length.  The names of candidates for presidential electors shall not be printed on the ballot but shall be filed with the secretary of state in the manner provided in section 115.399.

2. A vote for any candidate for president and vice president shall be a vote for their electors.

3. When presidential and vice-presidential candidates are to be elected, the following instruction shall be printed on the official ballot:  “A vote for candidates for President and Vice President is a vote for their electors.”.

115.245.  Exact wording of the question certified by secretary of state to appear on ballot — all questions to require a “YES” or “NO” response. —

1.  All questions printed on the official ballot shall be phrased in such a manner that the required response is a “YES” or a “NO”.  Immediately beside or below each question, a “YES” and a “NO” shall be printed, immediately followed by a square, the sides of which are not less than one-fourth inch in length.  Beneath the question and the “YES” and “NO” the following instruction shall be printed:  “If you are in favor of the question, place an X in the box opposite ‘YES’.  If you are opposed to the question, place an X in the box opposite ‘NO’.”

2. When the secretary of state certifies a question to be submitted to a vote of the people, he shall include in his certification the exact wording of the question and the instructions.  The wording certified by the secretary of state shall be printed on the official ballot, and no other wording shall be used to submit the question.

115.247.  Election authority to provide all ballots — error in ballot, procedure to correct — number of ballots provided — return of unused ballots — all ballots printed at public expense. —

1.  Each election authority shall provide all ballots for every election within its jurisdiction.  Ballots other than those printed by the election authority in accordance with the provisions of this chapter shall not be cast or counted at any election.

2. Whenever it appears that an error has occurred in any publication required by the provisions of this chapter, or in the printing of any ballot, any circuit court may, upon the application of any voter, order the appropriate election authorities to correct the error or to show cause why the error should not be corrected.

3. For each election held in a county with a charter form of government and with more than two hundred fifty thousand but fewer than three hundred fifty thousand inhabitants, the election authority may provide for each polling place in its jurisdiction fifty-five ballots for each fifty and fraction of fifty voters registered in the voting district at the time of the election.  For each election, except a general election, held in any county other than a county with a charter form of government and with more than two hundred fifty thousand but fewer than three hundred fifty thousand inhabitants, the election authority shall provide for each polling place in its jurisdiction a number of ballots equal to at least one and one-third times the number of ballots cast in the voting district served by such polling place at the election held two years before at that polling place or at the polling place that served the voting district in the previous election.  For each general election held in any county other than a county with a charter form of government and with more than two hundred fifty thousand but fewer than three hundred fifty thousand inhabitants, the election authority shall provide for each polling place in its jurisdiction a number of ballots equal to one and one-third times the number of ballots cast in the voting district served by such polling place or at the polling place that served the voting district in the general election held four years prior.  When determining the number of ballots to provide for each polling place, the election authority shall consider any factors that would affect the turnout at such polling place.  The election authority shall keep a record of the exact number of ballots delivered to each polling place.  For purposes of this subsection, the election authority shall not be required to count registered voters designated as inactive pursuant to section 115.193.

4. After the polls have closed on every election day, the election judges shall return all unused ballots to the election authority with the other election supplies.

5. All ballots cast in public elections shall be printed and distributed at public expense, payable as provided in sections 115.063 to 115.077.

115.249.  Standards required of voting machines. —

No voting machine shall be used unless it:

(1)  Permits voting in absolute secrecy;

(2)  Permits each voter to vote for as many candidates for each office as he is lawfully entitled to vote for, and no other;

(3)  Permits each voter to vote for or against as many questions as he is lawfully entitled to vote on, and no more;

(4)  Provides facilities for each voter to cast as many write-in votes for each office as he is lawfully entitled to cast;

(5)  Permits each voter in a primary election to vote for the candidates of only one party announced by the voter in advance;

(6)  Correctly registers or records and accurately counts all votes cast for each candidate and for and against each question;

(7)  Is provided with a lock or locks which prevent any movement of the voting or registering mechanism and any tampering with the mechanism;

(8)  Is provided with a protective counter or other device whereby any operation of the machine before or after an election will be detected;

(9)  Is provided with a counter which shows at all times during the election how many people have voted on the machine;

(10)  Is provided with a proper light which enables each voter, while voting, to clearly see the ballot labels.

115.255.  Electronic voting machines used, paper ballots permitted, when. —

The use of separate paper ballots for questions and candidates in polling places shall not be prohibited where electronic voting machines are used.

115.257.  Electronic voting machines to be put in order, procedure to be followed — absentee ballots, procedure — on-site storage of voting machines permitted. —

1.  In jurisdictions where electronic voting machines are used, the election authority shall cause the voting machines to be put in order, set, adjusted and made ready for voting before they are delivered to polling places.

2. At least five days before preparing electronic voting machines for any election, notice of the time and place of such preparation shall be mailed to each independent candidate and the chairman of the county committee of each established political party named on the ballot.  The preparation shall be watched by two observers designated by the election authority, one from each major political party, and shall be open to representatives of the political parties, candidates, the news media and the public.

3. When an electronic voting machine has been examined by such observers and shown to be in good working order, the machine shall be locked against voting.  The observers shall certify the vote count on each machine is set at zero.

4. After an electronic voting machine has been properly prepared and locked, its keys shall be retained by the election authority and delivered to the election judges along with the other election supplies.

5. For the purpose of processing absentee ballots, cast by voters in person in the office of the election authority, the election authority may cause voting machines to be put in order, set, adjusted, tested, and made ready for voting within one business day of the printing of absentee ballots as provided in section 115.281.  The election authority shall have the recording counter except for the protective counter on the voting machine set to zero (000).  After the voting machines have been made ready for voting, the election authority shall not permit any person to handle any voting machine, except voters while they are voting and others expressly authorized by the election authority.  The election authority shall neither be nor permit any other person to be in any position or near any position that enables the authority or person to see how any absentee voter votes or has voted.

6. Nothing in this section shall prohibit the on-site storage of electronic voting machines and the preparation of the electronic machines for voting, provided the electronic voting machines are put in order, set, adjusted and made ready for voting as provided in subsections 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of this section.

115.259.  Voting machines to be visible to election judges at polls. —

At each polling place using voting machines, the exterior of the voting machines shall be in plain view of the election judges.  The election judges shall not be nor permit any other person to be in any position, or near any position, that enables them to see how any voter votes or has voted.  The election judges may inspect any machine as necessary to make sure the ballot label is in its proper place and that the machine has not been damaged.

115.261.  Voting machine not to be unlocked or opened during election, exception. —

During an election, no door, compartment, or lock shall be unlocked or opened, except by direction of the election authority, and then only for good and sufficient reason.  If the door, compartment, or lock on any machine is opened by the election authority or his representative, the reason for such opening shall be stated in writing, signed by the election authority or his representative and attached to one statement of returns.

115.263.  No persons except voters to handle electronic voting machine during election, exception. —

After the opening of the polls, the election judges shall not permit any person to handle any electronic voting machine, except voters while they are voting and others expressly authorized by the election authority or state law.

115.265.  Inoperative electronic voting machine, procedure to follow. —

If any electronic voting machine at a polling place becomes inoperative, the election judges shall immediately notify the election authority.  If possible, the election authority shall repair or replace the machine.  If an electronic voting machine is replaced with another machine, the votes on both machines shall be recorded at the close of the polls and shall be added together in determining the results of the election.  If the inoperative machine cannot be repaired, and no other machine is available for use, paper ballots made as nearly as practicable to the official ballot may be used.  At the close of the polls, the votes on paper ballots and the votes on the electronic voting machines shall be recorded and shall be added together in determining the results of the election.  All paper ballots used pursuant to this section shall be used in accordance with the laws affecting paper ballots and shall be returned to the election authority as paper ballots are returned with a statement describing how and why the paper ballots were voted.

115.267.  Experimental use, adoption of or abandonment of electronic voting equipment authorized. —

Any election authority may adopt, experiment with or abandon any electronic voting system approved for use in the state, or may lease one or more electronic voting machines or other equipment, either with or without option to purchase, and may use any authorized electronic voting equipment at any polling place in its jurisdiction.

115.269.  Exhibition, demonstration and instruction on electronic voting machines authorized. —

For the purpose of giving instructions on their use, any election authority may designate suitable times and places for the exhibition and demonstration of its electronic voting machines.  During such instructions, the electronic voting machines may contain sample ballot labels which show the names of offices and fictitious candidates.  No electronic voting machine shall be used for instruction after it has been prepared for use at an election, unless it is prepared again prior to the election.

115.271.  Electronic voting machines may be rented out or loaned to civic or educational organizations, when, procedure. —

1.  While its electronic voting machines are not in use, the election authority may permit civic or educational organizations to use the machines for the purpose of giving instructions on their use.

2. Any election authority may rent its electronic voting machines to any other group for use in its elections.

3. At the discretion of the election authority, the machines may be transported at the expense of the organizations using them.  The president or secretary of each organization using such machines shall sign a receipt therefor and shall agree in writing that the organization assumes liability for any damage or loss occurring to the machines up to the time they are returned to the election authority and will return the machines by a designated time.

115.273.  Consistent general law to apply in jurisdictions using electronic voting machines. —

All provisions of law not inconsistent with the provisions of sections 115.249 to 115.271 shall apply with full force and effect to elections in jurisdictions using electronic voting machines.

Absentee Voting

115.275.  Definitions relative to absentee ballots. —

As used in sections 115.275 to 115.304, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise, the following terms shall mean:

(1)  “Absentee ballot”, any of the ballots a person is authorized to cast away from a polling place pursuant to the provisions of sections 115.275 to 115.304;

(2)  “Covered voter”:

(a)  A uniformed services voter who is registered to vote in this state;

(b)  A uniformed services voter defined in this section whose voting residence is in this state and who otherwise satisfies this state’s voter eligibility requirements;

(c)  An overseas voter;

(d)  Civilian employees of the United States government working outside the boundaries of the United States, and their spouses and dependents;

(e)  Active members of religious or welfare organizations assisting servicemen, and their spouses and dependents; or

(f)  Persons who have been honorably discharged from the Armed Forces or who have terminated their service or employment in any group mentioned in this section within sixty days of an election, and their spouses and dependents;

(3)  “Interstate former resident”, a former resident and registered voter in this state who moves from Missouri to another state after the deadline to register to vote in any presidential election in the new state and who otherwise possesses the qualifications to register and vote in such state;

(4)  “Intrastate new resident”, a registered voter of this state who moves from one election authority’s jurisdiction in the state to another election authority’s jurisdiction in the state after the last day authorized in this chapter to register to vote in an election and otherwise possesses the qualifications to vote;

(5)  “New resident”, a person who moves to this state after the last date authorized in this chapter to register to vote in any presidential election;

(6)  “Overseas voter”:

(a)  A person who resides outside the United States and is qualified to vote in the last place in which the person was domiciled before leaving the United States; or

(b)  A person who resides outside the United States and, but for such residence, would be qualified to vote in the last place in which the person was domiciled before leaving the United States;

(7)  “Uniformed services”:

(a)  Active and reserve components of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard of the United States;

(b)  The Merchant Marine, the commissioned corps of the Public Health Service, or the commissioned corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the United States; or

(c)  The Missouri National Guard;

(8)  “Uniformed services voter”, an individual who is qualified to vote and is:

(a)  A member of the active or reserve components of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard of the United States who is on active duty;

(b)  A member of the Merchant Marine, the commissioned corps of the Public Health Service, or the commissioned corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the United States;

(c)  A member on activated status of the National Guard; or

(d)  A spouse or dependent of a member referred to in this subdivision;

(9)  “United States”, used in the territorial sense, the several states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, and any territory or insular possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States.

115.277.  Persons eligible to vote absentee. —

1.  Except as provided in subsections 2, 3, 4, and 5 of this section, any registered voter of this state may vote by absentee ballot for all candidates and issues for which such voter would be eligible to vote at the polling place if such voter expects to be prevented from going to the polls to vote on election day due to:

(1)  Absence on election day from the jurisdiction of the election authority in which such voter is registered to vote;

(2)  Incapacity or confinement due to illness or physical disability, including a person who is primarily responsible for the physical care of a person who is incapacitated or confined due to illness or disability;

(3)  Religious belief or practice;

(4)  Employment as an election authority, as a member of an election authority, or by an election authority at a location other than such voter’s polling place;

(5)  Incarceration, provided all qualifications for voting are retained;

(6)  Certified participation in the address confidentiality program established under sections 589.660 to 589.681 because of safety concerns.

2. Any covered voter, as defined in section 115.275, who is eligible to register and vote in this state may vote in any election for federal office, statewide office, state legislative office, or statewide ballot initiatives by submitting a federal postcard application to apply to vote by absentee ballot or by submitting a federal postcard application at the polling place even though the person is not registered.  A federal postcard application submitted by a covered voter pursuant to this subsection shall also serve as a voter registration application under section 115.908 and the election authority shall, if satisfied that the applicant is entitled to register, place the voter’s name on the voter registration file.  Each covered voter may vote by absentee ballot or, upon submitting an affidavit that the person is qualified to vote in the election, may vote at the person’s polling place.

3. Any interstate former resident, as defined in section 115.275, may vote by absentee ballot for presidential and vice presidential electors.

4. Any intrastate new resident, as defined in section 115.275, may vote by absentee ballot at the election for presidential and vice presidential electors, United States senator, representative in Congress, statewide elected officials and statewide questions, propositions and amendments from such resident’s new jurisdiction of residence after registering to vote in such resident’s new jurisdiction of residence.

5. Any new resident, as defined in section 115.275, may vote by absentee ballot for presidential and vice presidential electors after registering to vote in such resident’s new jurisdiction of residence.

115.279.  Application for absentee ballot, how made. —

1.  Application for an absentee ballot may be made by the applicant in person, or by mail, or for the applicant, in person, by his or her guardian or a relative within the second degree by consanguinity or affinity.  The election authority shall accept applications by facsimile transmission and by electronic mail within the limits of its telecommunications capacity.

2. Each application shall be made to the election authority of the jurisdiction in which the person is or would be registered.  Each application shall be in writing and shall state the applicant’s name, address at which he or she is or would be registered, his or her reason for voting an absentee ballot, the address to which the ballot is to be mailed, if mailing is requested, and for absent uniformed services and overseas applicants, the applicant’s email address if electronic transmission is requested.  If the reason for the applicant voting absentee is due to the reasons established under subdivision (6) of subsection 1 of section 115.277, the applicant shall state the voter’s identification information provided by the address confidentiality program in lieu of the applicant’s name, address at which he or she is or would be registered, and address to which the ballot is to be mailed, if mailing is requested.  Each application to vote in a primary election shall also state which ballot the applicant wishes to receive.  If any application fails to designate a ballot, the election authority shall, within three working days after receiving the application, notify the applicant by mail that it will be unable to deliver an absentee ballot until the applicant designates which political party ballot he or she wishes to receive.  If the applicant does not respond to the request for political party designation, the election authority is authorized to provide the voter with that part of the ballot for which no political party designation is required.

3. Except as provided in subsection 3 of section 115.281, all applications for absentee ballots received prior to the sixth Tuesday before an election shall be stored at the office of the election authority until such time as the applications are processed in accordance with section 115.281.  No application for an absentee ballot received in the office of the election authority by mail, by facsimile transmission, by electronic mail, or by a guardian or relative after 5:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday immediately prior to the election shall be accepted by any election authority.  No application for an absentee ballot submitted by the applicant in person after 5:00 p.m. on the day before the election shall be accepted by any election authority, except as provided in subsections 6, 8 and 9 of this section.

4. Each application for an absentee ballot shall be signed by the applicant or, if the application is made by a guardian or relative pursuant to this section, the application shall be signed by the guardian or relative, who shall note on the application his or her relationship to the applicant.  If an applicant, guardian or relative is blind, unable to read or write the English language or physically incapable of signing the application, he or she shall sign by mark, witnessed by the signature of an election official or person of his or her own choosing.  Any person who knowingly makes, delivers or mails a fraudulent absentee ballot application shall be guilty of a class one election offense.

5.

(1)  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, any resident of the state of Missouri who resides outside the boundaries of the United States or who is on active duty with the Armed Forces of the United States or members of their immediate family living with them may request an absentee ballot for both the primary and subsequent general election with one application.

(2)  The election authority shall provide each absent uniformed services voter and each overseas voter who submits a voter registration application or an absentee ballot request, if the election authority rejects the application or request, with the reasons for the rejection.

(3)  Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, if a standard oath regarding material misstatements of fact is adopted for uniformed and overseas voters pursuant to the Help America Vote Act of 2002, the election authority shall accept such oath for voter registration, absentee ballot, or other election-related materials.

(4)  Not later than sixty days after the date of each regularly scheduled general election for federal office, each election authority which administered the election shall submit to the secretary of state in a format prescribed by the secretary a report on the combined number of absentee ballots transmitted to, and returned by, absent uniformed services voters and overseas voters for the election.  The secretary shall submit to the Election Assistance Commission a combined report of such information not later than ninety days after the date of each regularly scheduled general election for federal office and in a standardized format developed by the commission pursuant to the Help America Vote Act of 2002.  The secretary shall make the report available to the general public.

(5)  As used in this section, the terms “absent uniformed services voter” and “overseas voter” shall have the meaning prescribed in 52 U.S.C. Section 20310.

6. An application for an absentee ballot by a new resident shall be submitted in person by the applicant in the office of the election authority in the election jurisdiction in which such applicant resides.  The application shall be received by the election authority no later than 7:00 p.m. on the day of the election.  Such application shall be in the form of an affidavit, executed in duplicate in the presence of the election authority or any authorized officer of the election authority, and in substantially the following form:

“STATE OF ______

COUNTY OF ______, ss.

I, ______, do solemnly swear that:

(1)          Before becoming a resident of this state, I resided at ______ (residence address) in ______ (town, township, village or city) of ______ County in the state of ______;

(2)          I moved to this state after the last day to register to vote in such general presidential election and I am now residing in the county of ______, state of Missouri;

(3)          I believe I am entitled pursuant to the laws of this state to vote in the presidential election to be held November ______, ______ (year);

(4)          I hereby make application for a presidential and vice presidential ballot. I have not voted and shall not vote other than by this ballot at such election.

Signed __________________

(Applicant)

__________________

(Residence Address)

Subscribed and sworn to before me this ______ day of ______, ______

Signed __________________

(Title and name of officer authorized to administer oaths)”

7. The election authority in whose office an application is filed pursuant to subsection 6 of this section shall immediately send a duplicate of such application to the appropriate official of the state in which the new resident applicant last resided and shall file the original of such application in its office.

8. An application for an absentee ballot by an intrastate new resident shall be made in person by the applicant in the office of the election authority in the election jurisdiction in which such applicant resides.   The application shall be received by the election authority no later than 7:00 p.m. on the day of the election.  Such application shall be in the form of an affidavit, executed in duplicate in the presence of the election authority or an authorized officer of the election authority, and in substantially the following form:

“STATE OF ______

COUNTY OF ______, ss.

I, ______, do solemnly swear that:

(1)          Before becoming a resident of this election jurisdiction, I resided at ______ (residence address) in ______ (town, township, village or city) of ______ county in the state of ______;

(2)          I moved to this election jurisdiction after the last day to register to vote in such election;

(3)          I believe I am entitled pursuant to the laws of this state to vote in the election to be held ______ (date);

(4)          I hereby make application for an absentee ballot for candidates and issues on which I am entitled to vote pursuant to the laws of this state. I have not voted and shall not vote other than by this ballot at such election.

Signed __________________

(Applicant)

__________________

(Residence Address)

Subscribed and sworn to before me this ______ day of ______, ______

Signed __________________

(Title and name of officer authorized to administer oaths)”

9. An application for an absentee ballot by an interstate former resident shall be received in the office of the election authority where the applicant was formerly registered by 5:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday immediately prior to the election, unless the application is made in person by the applicant in the office of the election authority, in which case such application shall be made no later than 7:00 p.m. on the day of the election.

115.281.  Absentee ballots to be printed, when. —

1.  Except as provided in section 115.914, not later than the sixth Tuesday prior to each election, or within fourteen days after candidates’ names or questions are certified pursuant to section 115.125, the election authority shall cause to have printed and made available a sufficient quantity of absentee ballots, ballot envelopes and mailing envelopes.  As soon as possible after the proper officer calls a special state or county election, the election authority shall cause to have printed and made available a sufficient quantity of absentee ballots, ballot envelopes and mailing envelopes.

2. All absentee ballots for an election shall be in the same form as the official ballots for the election.

115.283.  Statements of absentee voters or persons providing assistance to absentee voters — forms — notary seal not required, when — charges by notaries, limitations. —

1.  Each ballot envelope shall bear a statement on which the voter shall state the voter’s name, the voter’s voting address, the voter’s mailing address and the voter’s reason for voting an absentee ballot.  If the reason for the voter voting absentee is due to the reasons established under subdivision (6) of subsection 1 of section 115.277, the voter shall state the voter’s identification information provided by the address confidentiality program in lieu of the applicant’s name, voting address, and mailing address.  On the form, the voter shall also state under penalties of perjury that the voter is qualified to vote in the election, that the voter has not previously voted and will not vote again in the election, that the voter has personally marked the voter’s ballot in secret or supervised the marking of the voter’s ballot if the voter is unable to mark it, that the ballot has been placed in the ballot envelope and sealed by the voter or under the voter’s supervision if the voter is unable to seal it, and that all information contained in the statement is true.  In addition, any person providing assistance to the absentee voter shall include a statement on the envelope identifying the person providing assistance under penalties of perjury.  Persons authorized to vote only for federal and statewide officers shall also state their former Missouri residence.

2. The statement for persons voting absentee ballots who are registered voters shall be in substantially the following form:

State of Missouri

County (City) of ______

I, ______ (print name), a registered voter of ______ County (City of St. Louis, Kansas City), declare under the penalties of perjury that I expect to be prevented from going to the polls on election day due to (check one):

______  absence on election day from the jurisdiction of the election authority in which I am registered;

______  incapacity or confinement due to illness or physical disability, including caring for a person who is incapacitated or confined due to illness or disability;

______  religious belief or practice;

______  employment as an election authority or by an election authority at a location other than my polling place;

______  incarceration, although I have retained all the necessary qualifications for voting;

______  certified participation in the address confidentiality program established under sections 589.660 to 589.681 because of safety concerns.

I hereby state under penalties of perjury that I am qualified to vote at this election; I have not voted and will not vote other than by this ballot at this election. I further state that I marked the enclosed ballot in secret or that I am blind, unable to read or write English, or physically incapable of marking the ballot, and the person of my choosing indicated below marked the ballot at my direction; all of the information on this statement is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true.

__________________                    __________________

Signature of Voter                          Signature of Person

Assisting Voter

(if applicable)

Signed ______                  Subscribed and sworn

Signed ______                  to before me this

Address of Voter                             ______day of ______, ______

__________________                    __________________

__________________                    __________________

Mailing addresses                           Signature of notary or

(if different)                       other officer

authorized to

administer oaths

3. The statement for persons voting absentee ballots pursuant to the provisions of subsection 2, 3, 4, or 5 of section 115.277 without being registered shall be in substantially the following form:

State of Missouri

County (City) of ______

I, ______ (print name), declare under the penalties of perjury that I am a citizen of the United States and eighteen years of age or older. I am not adjudged incapacitated by any court of law, and if I have been convicted of a felony or of a misdemeanor connected with the right of suffrage, I have had the voting disabilities resulting from such conviction removed pursuant to law. I hereby state under penalties of perjury that I am qualified to vote at this election.

I am (check one):

______  a resident of the state of Missouri and a registered voter in ______ County and moved from that county to ______ County, Missouri, after the last day to register to vote in this election.

______  an interstate former resident of Missouri and authorized to vote for presidential and vice presidential electors.

I further state under penalties of perjury that I have not voted and will not vote other than by this ballot at this election; I marked the enclosed ballot in secret or am blind, unable to read or write English, or physically incapable of marking the ballot, and the person of my choosing indicated below marked the ballot at my direction; all of the information on this statement is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true.

__________________                    Subscribed to and

sworn before me this

Signature of Voter                          ______ day of

______, ______

__________________

__________________                    __________________

Address of Voter                             Signature of notary or

other officer

authorized to

administer oaths

__________________                    __________________

Mailing Address (if different)       __________________

__________________

__________________                    __________________

Signature of Person                        Address of Last

Assisting Voter                  Missouri Residence

(if applicable)

4. The statement for persons voting absentee ballots who are entitled to vote at the election pursuant to the provisions of subsection 2 of section 115.137 shall be in substantially the following form:

State of Missouri

County (City) of ______

I, ______ (print name), declare under the penalties of perjury that I expect to be prevented from going to the polls on election day due to (check one):

______  absence on election day from the jurisdiction of the election authority in which I am directed to vote;

______  incapacity or confinement due to illness or physical disability, including caring for a person who is incapacitated or confined due to illness or disability;

______  religious belief or practice;

______  employment as an election authority or by an election authority at a location other than my polling place;

______  incarceration, although I have retained all the necessary qualifications of voting;

______  certified participation in the address confidentiality program established under sections 589.660 to 589.681 because of safety concerns.

I hereby state under penalties of perjury that I own property in the ______ district and am qualified to vote at this election; I have not voted and will not vote other than by this ballot at this election. I further state that I marked the enclosed ballot in secret or that I am blind, unable to read and write English, or physically incapable of marking the ballot, and the person of my choosing indicated below marked the ballot at my direction; all of the information on this statement is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true.

__________________                    Subscribed and sworn

to before me this

Signature of Voter                          ______ day of

______, ______

__________________

__________________                    __________________

Address                Signature of notary or

other officer

authorized to

administer oaths

__________________

Signature of Person

Assisting Voter

(if applicable)

  1. The statement for persons providing assistance to absentee voters shall be in substantially the following form:

The voter needed assistance in marking the ballot and signing above, because of blindness, other physical disability, or inability to read or to read English. I marked the ballot enclosed in this envelope at the voter’s direction, when I was alone with the voter, and I had no other communication with the voter as to how he or she was to vote. The voter swore or affirmed the voter affidavit above and I then signed the voter’s name and completed the other voter information above. Signed under the penalties of perjury.

Reason why voter needed assistance: ______

ASSISTING PERSON SIGN HERE

______ (signature of assisting person)

______ (assisting person’s name printed)

______ (assisting person’s residence)

______ (assisting person’s home city or town).

Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, any covered voter as defined in section 115.902 or persons who have declared themselves to be permanently disabled pursuant to section 115.284, otherwise entitled to vote, shall not be required to obtain a notary seal or signature on his or her absentee ballot.

Notwithstanding any other provision of this section or section 115.291 to the contrary, the subscription, signature and seal of a notary or other officer authorized to administer oaths shall not be required on any ballot, ballot envelope, or statement required by this section if the reason for the voter voting absentee is due to the reasons established pursuant to subdivision (2) of subsection 1 of section 115.277.

No notary shall charge or collect a fee for notarizing the signature on any absentee ballot or absentee voter registration.

A notary public who charges more than the maximum fee specified or who charges or collects a fee for notarizing the signature on any absentee ballot or absentee voter registration is guilty of official misconduct.

115.284.  Absentee voting process for permanently disabled persons established — election authority, duties — application, form — list of qualified voters established. —

1.  There is hereby established an absentee voting process to assist persons with permanent disabilities in the exercise of their voting rights.

2. The local election authority shall send an application to participate in the absentee voting process set out in this section to any registered voter residing within the election authority’s jurisdiction upon request.

3. Upon receipt of a properly completed application, the election authority shall enter the voter’s name on a list of voters qualified to participate as absentee voters pursuant to this section.

4. The application to participate in the absentee voting process shall be in substantially the following form:

State of ______

County (City) of ______

I, ______ (print applicant’s name), declare that I am a resident and registered voter of ______ County, Missouri, and am permanently disabled. I hereby request that my name be placed on the election authority’s list of voters qualified to participate as absentee voters pursuant to section 115.284, and that I be delivered an absentee ballot application for each election in which I am eligible to vote.

__________________

Signature of Voter

__________________

__________________

Voter’s Address

5. Not earlier than ten weeks before an election but prior to the fourth Tuesday prior to an election, the election authority shall deliver to each voter qualified to participate as absentee voters pursuant to this section an absentee ballot application if the voter is eligible to vote in that election.  If the voter returns the absentee request application to the election authority not later than 5:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday before an election and has retained the necessary qualifications to vote, the election authority shall provide the voter with an absentee ballot pursuant to this chapter.

6. The election authority shall remove from the list of voters qualified to participate as absentee voters pursuant to this section any voter who:

(1)  Asks to be removed from the list;

(2)  Dies;

(3)  Becomes disqualified from voting pursuant to this chapter; or

(4)  No longer resides at the address of his or her voter registration.

115.285.  Secretary of state may prescribe regulations as to printing absentee ballot and mailing envelopes, no cost to voter. —

The secretary of state may prescribe uniform regulations with respect to the printing of ballot envelopes and mailing envelopes, which shall comply with standards established by federal law or postal regulations.  Mailing envelopes for use in returning ballots shall be printed with business reply permits so that any ballot returned by mail does not require postage.  All fees and costs for establishing and maintaining the business reply and postage-free mail for all ballots cast shall be paid by the secretary of state through state appropriations.

115.287.  Absentee ballot, how delivered. —

1.  Upon receipt of a signed application for an absentee ballot and if satisfied the applicant is entitled to vote by absentee ballot, the election authority shall, within three working days after receiving the application, or if absentee ballots are not available at the time the application is received, within five working days after they become available, deliver to the voter an absentee ballot, ballot envelope and such instructions as are necessary for the applicant to vote.  Delivery shall be made to the voter personally in the office of the election authority or by bipartisan teams appointed by the election authority, or by first class, registered, or certified mail at the discretion of the election authority, or in the case of a covered voter as defined in section 115.902, the method of transmission prescribed in section 115.914.  Where the election authority is a county clerk, the members of bipartisan teams representing the political party other than that of county clerk shall be selected from a list of persons submitted to the county clerk by the county chairman of that party.  If no list is provided by the time that absentee ballots are to be made available, the county clerk may select a person or persons from lists provided in accordance with section 115.087.  If the election authority is not satisfied that any applicant is entitled to vote by absentee ballot, it shall not deliver an absentee ballot to the applicant.  Within three working days of receiving such an application, the election authority shall notify the applicant and state the reason he or she is not entitled to vote by absentee ballot.  The applicant may file a complaint with the elections division of the secretary of state’s office under and pursuant to section 115.219.

2. If, after 5:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday before an election, any voter from the jurisdiction has become hospitalized, becomes confined due to illness or injury, or is confined in an intermediate care facility, residential care facility, or skilled nursing facility, as such terms are defined in section 198.006, in the county in which the jurisdiction is located or in the jurisdiction of an adjacent election authority within the same county, the election authority shall appoint a team to deliver, witness the signing of and return the voter’s application and deliver, witness the voting of and return the voter’s absentee ballot.  In counties with a charter form of government and in cities not within a county, and in each city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants, and is situated in more than one county, if the election authority receives ten or more applications for absentee ballots from the same address it may appoint a team to deliver and witness the voting and return of absentee ballots by voters residing at that address, except when such addresses are for an apartment building or other structure wherein individual living units are located, each of which has its own separate cooking facilities.  Each team appointed pursuant to this subsection shall consist of two registered voters, one from each major political party.  Both members of any team appointed pursuant to this subsection shall be present during the delivery, signing or voting and return of any application or absentee ballot signed or voted pursuant to this subsection.

3. On the mailing and ballot envelopes for each covered voter, the election authority shall stamp prominently in black the words “FEDERAL BALLOT, STATE OF MISSOURI” and “U.S. Postage Paid, 39 U.S.C. Section 3406”.

4. No information which encourages a vote for or against a candidate or issue shall be provided to any voter with an absentee ballot.

115.289.  Confidentiality of applications for absentee ballots, list available to authorized persons free — certain cities and counties, special provision, violation, penalty. —

1.  Except as provided in subsection 3 of this section, as applications for absentee ballots are received, the election authority shall list the name, voting address and mailing address, if different, of each applicant.  Any person authorized under subsection 2 of this section may copy the list, and the election authority may make copies of the list available to such persons for a reasonable fee determined by the election authority.

2. Except as provided in subsection 4 of this section, all lists of applications for absentee ballots shall be kept confidential to the extent that such lists of applications shall not be posted or displayed in any area open to the general public, nor shall such lists of applications be shown to any person who is not entitled to see such lists of applications, either pursuant to the provisions of this chapter or any other provisions of law.  Persons entitled to see such lists shall include a candidate or a duly authorized representative of a campaign committee as defined in section 130.011, or any person with written authorization from a candidate, or any person that has applied for an absentee ballot.

3. In each city not within a county, in each county of the first classification having a population of more than nine hundred thousand inhabitants, in each county of the first classification containing the major portion of a city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants, and in that portion of each city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants and located in more than one county, situated in the county containing the major portion of the city, as applications for absentee ballots are received, the election authority shall list the name, voting address and mailing address, if different, of each applicant.  Prior to 8:00 a.m. on the Friday before an election all absentee ballot applications, lists of absentee ballot applications, or any information contained on the absentee ballot applications shall be kept confidential.  Use of the applications, lists or information contained thereon by the election authority prior to 8:00 a.m. on the Friday before an election for purposes other than processing absentee ballots shall be deemed a class one election offense.  After 8:00 a.m. on the Friday before an election any person authorized under subsection 4 of this section may copy the list, and the election authority may make copies of the list available to such persons for a reasonable fee determined by the election authority.

4. In each city not within a county, in each county of the first classification having a population of more than nine hundred thousand inhabitants, in each county of the first classification containing the major portion of a city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants, and in that portion of each city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants and located in more than one county, situated in the county containing the major portion of the city, after 8:00 a.m. on the Friday before an election, all lists of applications for absentee ballots shall be kept confidential to the extent that such lists of applications shall not be posted or displayed in any area open to the general public, nor shall such lists of applications be shown to any person who is not entitled to see such lists of applications, either pursuant to the provisions of this chapter or any other provisions of law.  Persons entitled to see such lists shall include a candidate or a duly authorized representative of a campaign committee as defined in section 130.011, or any person with written authorization from a candidate, or any person that has applied for an absentee ballot.

115.290.  Registering by mail and voting absentee ballot to provide sworn affidavit, exception. —

Any person registered by mail under the provisions of section 115.159 and voting by absentee ballot shall provide an affidavit subscribed and sworn to as provided in section 115.291 regardless of the cause for requesting such ballot unless the voter is exempt from such requirement under section 115.284 or section 1973ee-3, title 42, United States Code.

115.291.  Procedure for absentee ballots — declared emergencies, delivery and return of ballots — envelopes, refusal to accept ballot prohibited when. —

1.  Upon receiving an absentee ballot by mail, the voter shall mark the ballot in secret, place the ballot in the ballot envelope, seal the envelope and fill out the statement on the ballot envelope.  The affidavit of each person voting an absentee ballot shall be subscribed and sworn to before the election official receiving the ballot, a notary public or other officer authorized by law to administer oaths, unless the voter is voting absentee due to incapacity or confinement due to the provisions of section 115.284, illness or physical disability, or the voter is a covered voter as defined in section 115.902.  If the voter is blind, unable to read or write the English language, or physically incapable of voting the ballot, the voter may be assisted by a person of the voter’s own choosing.  Any person assisting a voter who is not entitled to such assistance, and any person who assists a voter and in any manner coerces or initiates a request or a suggestion that the voter vote for or against or refrain from voting on any question, ticket or candidate, shall be guilty of a class one election offense.  If, upon counting, challenge or election contest, it is ascertained that any absentee ballot was voted with unlawful assistance, the ballot shall be rejected.

2. Except as provided in subsection 4 of this section, each absentee ballot that is not cast by the voter in person in the office of the election authority shall be returned to the election authority in the ballot envelope and shall only be returned by the voter in person, or in person by a relative of the voter who is within the second degree of consanguinity or affinity, by mail or registered carrier or by a team of deputy election authorities; except that covered voters, when sent from a location determined by the secretary of state to be inaccessible on election day, shall be allowed to return their absentee ballots cast by use of facsimile transmission or under a program approved by the Department of Defense for electronic transmission of election materials.

3. In cases of an emergency declared by the President of the United States or the governor of this state where the conduct of an election may be affected, the secretary of state may provide for the delivery and return of absentee ballots by use of a facsimile transmission device or system.  Any rule promulgated pursuant to this subsection shall apply to a class or classes of voters as provided for by the secretary of state.

4. No election authority shall refuse to accept and process any otherwise valid marked absentee ballot submitted in any manner by a covered voter solely on the basis of restrictions on envelope type.

115.293.  Absentee ballots not eligible to be counted, when, procedure. —

1.  All proper votes on each absentee ballot received by an election authority at or before the time fixed by law for the closing of the polls on election day shall be counted.  Except as provided in section 115.920, no votes on any absentee ballot received by an election authority after the time fixed by law for the closing of the polls on election day shall be counted.

2. If sufficient evidence is shown to an election authority that any absentee voter has died prior to the opening of the polls on election day, the ballot of the deceased voter shall be rejected if it is still sealed in the ballot envelope.  Any ballot so rejected, still sealed in its ballot envelope, shall be sealed with the application and any other papers connected therewith in an envelope marked “Rejected ballot of ______, an absentee voter of ______ voting district”.  The reason for rejection shall be noted on the envelope, which shall be kept by the election authority with the other ballots from the election until the ballots are destroyed according to law.

115.294.  Reason for voting absentee not stated on ballot envelope, effect. —

Other provisions of law to the contrary notwithstanding, no absentee ballot shall be rejected for failure of the voter to state on the ballot envelope his reason for voting an absentee ballot.

115.295.  Faulty statement, effect of. —

1.  As each absentee ballot is received by the election authority, the election authority shall indicate its receipt on the list.

2. If the statements on any ballot envelope have not been completed, the absentee ballot in the envelope shall be rejected.

3. All ballot envelopes received by the election authority shall be kept together in a safe place and shall not be opened except as provided in this subchapter.

115.297.  Precinct registers to show absentee ballots received — judges to be notified of late absentee ballots received — voting absentee and at polls, procedure for. —

Before the precinct registers are delivered to the polling places for an election, the election authority shall record in the precinct registers those voters who have submitted an absentee ballot and are ineligible to vote at the polls.  On election day, the election authority shall notify the appropriate election judges of any absentee ballot received by the election authority not previously recorded in a precinct register.  The election authority shall record the fact in the appropriate precinct register and shall not allow any person who has voted an absentee ballot in the election to vote at the polls on election day.  After the election and before convening the verification board, the election authority shall record in the precinct registers those voters whose absentee ballots were received too late to permit previous recording in the precinct registers.  If it is determined that any voter submitted an absentee ballot and voted at the polls on election day, the election authority shall certify the fact and the name of the voter to the verification board.  Such certificate shall be included with the abstracts drawn by the verification board.

115.299.  Absentee ballots, how counted. —

1.  To count absentee votes on election day, the election authority shall appoint a sufficient number of teams of election judges comprised of an equal number of judges from each major political party.

2. The teams so appointed shall meet on election day after the time fixed by law for the opening of the polls at a central location designated by the election authority.  The election authority shall deliver the absentee ballots to the teams, and shall maintain a record of the delivery.  The record shall include the number of ballots delivered to each team and shall include a signed receipt from two judges, one from each major political party.  The election authority shall provide each team with a ballot box, tally sheets and statements of returns as are provided to a polling place.

3. Each team shall count votes on all absentee ballots designated by the election authority.

4. To process absentee ballots in envelopes, one member of each team, closely observed by another member of the team from a different political party, shall open each envelope and call the voter’s name in a clear voice.  Without unfolding the ballot, two team members, one from each major political party, shall initial the ballot, and an election judge shall place the ballot, still folded, in a ballot box.  No ballot box shall be opened until all of the ballots a team is counting have been placed in the box.  The votes shall be tallied and the returns made as provided in sections 115.447 to 115.525 for paper ballots.  After the votes on all ballots assigned to a team have been counted, the ballots and ballot envelopes shall be enclosed in sealed containers marked “voted absentee ballots and ballot envelopes from the election held ____, 20___”.  All rejected absentee ballots and envelopes shall be enclosed and sealed in a separate container marked “rejected absentee ballots and envelopes from the election held ____, 20 ____”.  On the outside of each voted ballot and rejected ballot container, each member of the team shall write his or her name, and all such containers shall be returned to the election authority.  Upon receipt of the returns and ballots, the election authority shall tabulate the absentee vote along with the votes certified from each polling place in its jurisdiction.

115.300.  Preparation of absentee ballot envelopes, when, by whom. —

In each jurisdiction, the election authority may start, not earlier than the fifth day prior to the election, the preparation of absentee ballots for tabulation on the election day.  The election authority shall give notice to the county chairman of each major political party forty-eight hours prior to beginning preparation of absentee ballot envelopes.  Absentee ballot preparation shall be completed by teams of election authority employees or teams of election judges, with each team consisting of one member from each major political party.

115.303.  Absentee ballot, how challenged. —

Any absentee ballot or any vote on an absentee ballot may be challenged by the same persons and in the same manner as provided in section 115.429.  Each challenge shall be decided in the manner provided in the same section.

115.304.  Absentee voting violations, class one election offense. —

Notwithstanding the provisions of any law to the contrary, any violation of sections 115.275 to 115.303 shall be a class one election offense.

Political Parties and Nomination of Candidates

115.306.  Disqualification as candidate for elective public office, when — filing of affidavit, contents — tax delinquency, effect of. —

1.  No person shall qualify as a candidate for elective public office in the state of Missouri who has been found guilty of or pled guilty to a felony under the federal laws of the United States of America or to a felony under the laws of this state or an offense committed in another state that would be considered a felony in this state.

(1)  Any person who files as a candidate for election to a public office shall be disqualified from participation in the election for which the candidate has filed if such person is delinquent in the payment of any state income taxes, personal property taxes, municipal taxes, real property taxes on the place of residence, as stated on the declaration of candidacy, or if the person is a past or present corporate officer of any fee office that owes any taxes to the state.

(2)  Each potential candidate for election to a public office, except candidates for a county or city committee of a political party, shall file an affidavit with the department of revenue and include a copy of the affidavit with the declaration of candidacy required under section 115.349.  Such affidavit shall be in substantially the following form:

AFFIRMATION OF TAX PAYMENTS AND BONDING REQUIREMENTS:

I hereby declare under penalties of perjury that I am not currently aware of any delinquency in the filing or payment of any state income taxes, personal property taxes, municipal taxes, real property taxes on the place of residence, as stated on the declaration of candidacy, or that I am a past or present corporate officer of any fee office that owes any taxes to the state, other than those taxes which may be in dispute.  I declare under penalties of perjury that I am not aware of any information that would prohibit me from fulfilling any bonding requirements for the office for which I am filing.

__________________     Candidate’s Signature

__________________     Printed Name of Candidate

(3)  Upon receipt of a complaint alleging a delinquency of the candidate in the filing or payment of any state income taxes, personal property taxes, municipal taxes, real property taxes on the place of residence, as stated on the declaration of candidacy, or if the person is a past or present corporate officer of any fee office that owes any taxes to the state, the department of revenue shall investigate such potential candidate to verify the claim contained in the complaint.  If the department of revenue finds a positive affirmation to be false, the department shall contact the secretary of state, or the election official who accepted such candidate’s declaration of candidacy, and the potential candidate.  The department shall notify the candidate of the outstanding tax owed and give the candidate thirty days to remit any such outstanding taxes owed which are not the subject of dispute between the department and the candidate.  If the candidate fails to remit such amounts in full within thirty days, the candidate shall be disqualified from participating in the current election and barred from refiling for an entire election cycle even if the individual pays all of the outstanding taxes that were the subject of the complaint.

115.307.  Nominations, how made. —

Political parties and groups of voters may nominate candidates in the manner provided by this subchapter and in no other manner.

115.308.  Inapplicability of sections 115.307 to 115.405, when. —

Sections 115.307 to 115.405 shall not apply to candidates for special district offices; township offices in township organization counties; or city, town, and village offices.

115.309.  New parties, names of. —

1.  Except as provided in subsections 2 and 3 of this section, no political party hereafter organized and no persons hereafter seeking to nominate any candidate by petition shall use any portion of the name of any existing political party.

2. If a new party is formed for more than one district or county at the same time and with the same provisional party chairman, the same name may be used for the party in each such district or county.

3. Any political party established in a district or county may, by a majority vote of its committee members, authorize the use of its name in other districts and counties, and in the state as a whole.

115.311.  Consistent general law to apply to primary elections. —

All provisions of law not inconsistent with this subchapter shall apply with full force and effect to primary elections.

115.313.  Petitions to form new party or nominate independent candidates, who may sign. —

Any person who is a registered voter of the state of Missouri may sign a petition for the formation of a new political party or for the nomination of an independent candidate for office.  Any person who signs a name other than his own to any petition or knowingly signs his name more than once to the same petition or who knows he is not a registered voter at the time of signing such petition, or any officer or person willfully violating any provision of this subchapter, shall be guilty of a class two election offense.

115.315.  New political party, how formed — citation of law. —

1.  Sections 115.315 to 115.327 shall be known and may be cited as the “Fair Ballot Access Act”.

2. Any group of persons desiring to form a new political party throughout the state, or for any congressional district, state senate district, state representative district or circuit judge district, shall file a petition with the secretary of state.  Any group of persons desiring to form a new party for any county shall file a petition with the election authority of the county.

3. Each page or a sheet attached to each page of each petition for the formation of a new political party shall:

(1)  Declare concisely the intention to form a new political party in the state, district or county;

(2)  State in not more than five words the name of the proposed party;

(3)  Give a complete list of the names and addresses, including the street and number, of the chairman and treasurer of the party.

4. When submitted for filing, each petition shall contain the names and addresses of two people, not candidates, to serve as provisional chairman and treasurer for the party in the event the party becomes a new political party.

5. If the new party is to be formed for the entire state, which shall include being formed for all districts and counties in which the party has nominations so listed on its certified list of candidates required pursuant to section 115.327, then this statewide petition shall be signed by at least ten thousand registered voters of the state obtained at large.

6. If the new party is to be formed for any district or county, but not by the statewide method set out in subsection 5 of this section, then the petition shall be signed by the number of registered voters in the district or county which is equal to at least two percent of the total number of voters who voted at the last election for candidates for the office being sought or is equal to ten thousand voters, whichever is less.

115.317.  Filing valid petition, effect — new party — failure in two consecutive elections to provide candidates, effect. —

1.  The filing of a valid statewide petition shall constitute the political group a new party for the purpose of placing its name and the names of its statewide and district and county candidates which are submitted pursuant to section 115.327 on the ballot at the next general election or the special election if the petition nominates a candidate to fill a vacancy which is to be filled at a special election.  The filing of a valid countywide or district wide petition shall constitute the political party a new party for the purpose of placing its name and the names of its county and district candidates on the ballot at the next general election or the special election if the petition nominates a candidate to fill a vacancy which is to be filled at a special election.  If presidential electors are nominated by the petition, the names of the candidates for elector shall not be placed on the official ballot, but the name of their candidate for president and the name of their candidate for vice president shall be placed on the official ballot at the next presidential election.

2. If, at an election in which the new party’s candidates first appear, any of its candidates for a statewide office receives more than two percent of all votes cast for the office, the new party shall become an established political party for the state.  If, at the election in which the new party’s candidates first appear, any of its candidates for an office receives more than two percent of the votes cast for the office in any district or county, the new party shall become an established political party only for the district or county.

3. If, after becoming an established political party for the state, at any two consecutive elections a party fails to have a statewide candidate or fails to poll for a candidate for any statewide office more than two percent of the entire vote cast for the office, a party shall no longer be deemed an established political party.  If, after becoming an established political party for a district or county, at any two consecutive elections a party fails to have a candidate in the district or county, as the case may be, or fails to poll more than two percent of the entire vote cast at either of the last two elections in which the district or political subdivision voted as a unit for the election of officers or representatives to serve its areas, the party shall no longer be deemed an established political party.

115.319.  New party committeemen and committeewomen, how selected. —

1.  If any new party becomes an established political party, the new party candidates whose names first appeared on the ballot shall have authority to select all committeemen and committeewomen necessary for a provisional party organization in the area in which the party has become established.

2. The provisional party organization shall be subject to the same laws which apply to other established political party organizations.

3. The provisional party organization shall manage and control the affairs of the party until the next primary election at which the party shall nominate and elect party committeemen and committeewomen in the area it has become established under the laws governing other established political parties.

115.321.  Independent candidate, how nominated. —

1.  Any person desiring to be an independent candidate for any office to be filled by voters throughout the state, or for any congressional district, state senate district, state representative district, or circuit judge district, shall file a petition with the secretary of state.  Any person desiring to be an independent candidate for any county office shall file a petition with the election authority of the county.

2. Each page or a sheet attached to each page of each petition for the nomination of an independent candidate shall:

(1)  Declare concisely the intention to nominate an independent candidate;

(2)  State the name and address, including street and number, of the independent candidate.  If independent candidates for presidential elector are to be nominated, a number of independent candidates for presidential elector equal to the number of electors to which the state is entitled shall be nominated by one petition, and the name of their candidate for president and the name of their candidate for vice president shall be printed on each page or a sheet attached to each page of the petition.  At least one qualified resident of each congressional district shall be named as a nominee for presidential elector, and the name and address of each candidate shall be printed on each page or a sheet attached to each page of the petition.  The names of the candidates for president and vice president shall not be printed on the official ballot without the written consent of such persons.  Their written consent shall accompany and be deemed part of the petition;

(3)  State the office for which candidate is to be nominated.

3. If an independent candidate is to be nominated for a statewide office, the petition shall be signed by at least ten thousand registered voters of the state.

4. If the independent candidate is to be nominated for a district or county office, the petition shall be signed by the number of registered voters in the district or county which is equal to at least two percent of the total number of voters who voted at the last election for candidates for the office being sought or is equal to ten thousand voters, whichever is less.

5. The name of each person who files a valid petition for nomination as an independent candidate shall be placed on the official ballot as an independent candidate for the office at the next general election or the special election if the petition nominates a candidate to fill a vacancy which is to be filled at a special election.  If presidential electors are nominated by the petition, the names of the candidates for elector shall not be placed on the official ballot, but the name of their candidate for president and the name of their candidate for vice president shall be placed on the official ballot at the next presidential election.

115.323.  Limitation on voter’s signing of nominating petition. —

No voter may subscribe to more than one nomination for one office at any election.

115.325.  Form of petition — signing petition, voting for candidate or party not required. —

1.  Each petition filed pursuant to sections 115.307 to 115.405 shall consist of pages of uniform size.  The space for signatures on either side of a petition page shall be no larger than eight and one-half by fourteen inches, and each page shall contain signatures of registered voters from only one county.  When submitted for filing, the pages of each petition shall be numbered in sequence for each county.

2. Each page of each petition for the formation of a new party shall be in substantially the following form:

It is a felony for anyone to sign any petition for the formation of a new party with any name other than his or her own, or knowingly to sign his or her name more than once to the same petition, or to sign a petition when he or she knows he or she is not a registered voter. Signing this petition does not obligate you to vote for any candidate or party.

PETITION FOR PLACING A

NEW PARTY ON THE BALLOT

To the Honorable ______ (title of official with whom petition is to be filed) for ______ (the state of Missouri or appropriate county):

We, the undersigned, citizens and registered voters of the state of Missouri, ______ County and ______ (district if appropriate), respectfully order that the ______ (name of new political party) and its candidates be placed on the ballot, for election or rejection to such public offices at the next election, to be held on the ______ day of ______, ______, and each for himself or herself says: I have personally signed this petition; I am a registered voter of the state of Missouri, ______ County and ______ (district if appropriate); my registered voting address and the name of the city, town or village in which I live are correctly written after my name.

CIRCULATOR’S AFFIDAVIT

STATE OF MISSOURI,

COUNTY OF ______

I, ______, a resident of the state of Missouri, being first duly sworn, say (print or type names of signers)

REGISTERED

VOTING

NAME    DATE     ADDRESS             ZIP          CONGR. NAME

(Signature)          SIGNED (Street)(City,       CODE     DIST.      (Printed

Town or Village)                                             or Typed)

(Here follow numbered lines for signers)

signed this page of the foregoing petition, and each of them signed his or her name thereto in my presence; I believe that each has stated his or her name, registered voting address and city, town or village correctly, and that each signer is a registered voter of the state of Missouri and ______ County.

__________________

Signature of Affiant

(Person obtaining signatures)

__________________

Address of Affiant

Subscribed and sworn to before me this ______ day of ______, A.D.______

__________________

Signature of Notary

Notary Public (Seal)

My commission expires ______

If this form is followed substantially, it shall be sufficient, disregarding clerical and merely technical errors.

3. Each sheet of each petition for nomination of an independent candidate for public office shall be in substantially the following form:

It is a felony for anyone to sign any petition for the nomination of an independent candidate with any name other than his or her own, or knowingly to sign his or her name more than once to the same petition, or to sign a petition when he or she knows he or she is not a registered voter.

PETITION FOR THE NOMINATION OF AN

INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE

To the Honorable ______ (title of official with whom petition is to be filed) for ______ (the state of Missouri or appropriate county):

We, the undersigned, citizens and registered voters of the state of Missouri, ______ County and ______ (district if appropriate), nominate ______ (name of independent candidate), residing at ______ (address of candidate), as an independent candidate for ______ (name of public office for which candidate is to be nominated) and respectfully order that the name of ______ (name of candidate) be placed on the ballot, for election or rejection to such office at the next election, to be held on the ______ day of ______, ______, and each for himself or herself says: I have personally signed this petition; I am a registered voter of the state of Missouri, ______ County and ______ (district if appropriate); my registered voting address and the name of the city, town or village in which I live are correctly written after my name.

CIRCULATOR’S AFFIDAVIT

STATE OF MISSOURI,

COUNTY OF ______

I, ______, a resident of the state of Missouri, being first duly sworn, say (print or type names of signers)

REGISTERED

VOTING

NAME    DATE     ADDRESS             ZIP          CONGR. NAME

(Signature)          SIGNED (Street)(City,       CODE     DIST.      (Printed

Town or Village)                                             or Typed)

(Here follow numbered lines for signers)

signed this page of the foregoing petition, and each of them signed his or her name thereto in my presence; I believe that each has stated his or her name, registered voting address and city, town or village correctly, and that each signer is a registered voter of the state of Missouri and ______ County.

__________________

Signature of Affiant

(Person obtaining signatures)

__________________

Address of Affiant

Subscribed and sworn to before me this ______ day of ______, A.D.______

__________________

Signature of Notary

Notary Public (Seal)

My commission expires ______

If this form is followed substantially, it shall be sufficient, disregarding clerical and merely technical errors.

4. When any registered voter wishes to sign a petition for the formation of a new party or nomination of an independent candidate and is unable to sign his or her name, the required information shall be printed on the petition by the circulator of the petition page.  The voter shall then sign the petition by making his or her mark, witnessed by the signature of the circulator.  For purposes of this subchapter, all marks made and witnessed in accordance with this subsection shall be considered signatures.

115.327.  Declaration for nomination of independent candidate or formation of new party when required, form, content. —

When submitted for filing, each petition for the nomination of an independent candidate or for the formation of a new political party shall be accompanied by a declaration of candidacy for each candidate to be nominated by the petition or by the party, respectively.  The party’s duly authorized chairman and treasurer shall also submit a certified complete list of the names and addresses of all their candidates and the office for which each seeks.  The party shall nominate its candidates in the manner prescribed in the party’s bylaws.  If presidential electors are to be nominated, at least one qualified resident of each congressional district shall be named as a nominee for presidential elector.  The number of candidates to be nominated shall equal the number of electors to which the state is entitled.  Each declaration of candidacy for the office of presidential elector shall be in the form provided in section 115.399.  Each declaration of candidacy for an office other than presidential elector shall state the candidate’s full name, residence address, office for which he proposes to be a candidate, the party, if any, upon whose ticket he is to be a candidate and that if nominated and elected he will qualify.  Each such declaration shall be in substantially the following form:

I, ______, a resident and registered voter of the ______ precinct of the town of ______ or the ______ precinct of the ______ ward of the city of ______, or the ______ precinct of ______ township of the county of ______ and the state of Missouri, do announce myself a candidate for the office of ______ on the ______ ticket, to be voted for at the general (special) election to be held on the ______ day of ______, 20______, and I further declare that if nominated and elected I will qualify.

__________________                    Subscribed and sworn

Signature of candidate                  to before me this

______ day of

______, 20______

__________________                    __________________

Residence address                          Signature of election

official or officer

authorized to

administer oaths

 

 

Each such declaration shall be subscribed and sworn to by the candidate before the election official accepting the candidate’s petition, a notary public or other officer authorized by law to administer oaths.

115.329.  Time for filing of petitions. —

1.  The secretary of state or any election authority shall not accept for filing any petition for the formation of a new party or for the nomination of an independent candidate which is submitted prior to 8:00 a.m. on the day immediately following the general election next preceding the general election for which the petition is submitted or which is submitted after 5:00 p.m. on the fifteenth Monday immediately preceding the general election for which the petition is submitted.

2. When a special election to fill a vacancy is called, no election authority shall accept for filing any petition for the formation of a new party or for the nomination of an independent candidate which is submitted after 5:00 p.m. on the day which is midway between the day the election is called and the election day.

3. When a special election to fill a vacancy is called to fill an unexpired term for state representative or state senator, the secretary of state shall not accept for filing any petition for the formation of a new party or for the nomination of an independent candidate which is submitted after 5:00 p.m. on the twenty-first day after the writ of election is issued by the governor pursuant to Article III, Section 14 of the Missouri Constitution, calculated by excluding the day the writ is issued.

115.331.  Receipt to be given for filed petition. —

When any petition is offered for filing with the secretary of state or an election authority under the provisions of this chapter, the officer receiving the petition shall prepare and issue to the person submitting the petition a receipt indicating the number of petition pages presented from each county.  The receipt shall be evidence of the filing of the petition pages subject to the determination that the petition complies with the provisions of this chapter.

115.333.  Determination of validity or invalidity, when made — refusal to file, procedure to have court determine validity. —

1.  When any petition is filed with the secretary of state or an election authority under the provisions of this subchapter, the secretary of state or the election authority shall determine whether or not it complies with the provisions of this subchapter.  When any petition is filed with the secretary of state or an election authority under the provisions of this subchapter, the secretary of state or the election authority shall, not later than the eleventh Tuesday prior to the general election, issue a statement setting forth such person’s determination.  When a petition for the formation of a new party or nomination of an independent candidate for a special election is filed with the secretary of state or an election authority, the secretary of state or the election authority shall issue a statement setting forth its determination as soon as possible but in no case too late to permit placement of the party or candidate on the ballot.  If the secretary of state or the election authority determines that a petition does not comply with the provisions of this subchapter, such person shall state the reason for such person’s determination in the statement.

2. If the secretary of state or the election authority refuses to file a petition for the formation of a new party or the nomination of an independent candidate or refuses to issue a statement setting forth such person’s determination within the time prescribed, any registered voter may apply, within ten days after the refusal, to the circuit court for a writ of mandamus to compel such person to file the petition or issue the statement.  Within ten days after the secretary of state or the election authority issues a statement setting forth such person’s determination, any registered voter may apply to the circuit court to compel the secretary of state or the election authority to reverse such person’s determination.  If it is decided by the court that the petition is legally sufficient, the secretary of state or the election authority shall file it, with a certified copy of the judgment attached thereto, as of the date it was originally offered for filing in such person’s office.  On showing that any petition filed is not legally sufficient, the court may enjoin all election officials from certifying or printing the name of the independent candidate or new party and its candidates on the official ballot.  All such suits shall be advanced on the court docket and heard and decided by the court as quickly as possible.  Either party to the suit may appeal to the supreme court within ten days after a circuit court decision is rendered.  The circuit court of Cole County shall have jurisdiction if the secretary of state is a party, and otherwise, the circuit court of the county in which the election authority is located shall have jurisdiction.

115.335.  Validity of signatures, who shall determine — verification of signatures, procedures — rules authorized. —

1.  The secretary of state or the election authority shall have specific authority to determine the validity of signatures on petitions filed with his or her office and shall have authority not to count those which are, in his or her opinion, forged or fraudulent or the signatures of persons who are not registered voters.

2. For the purpose of verifying signatures on any new party or independent candidate petition filed with his or her office, the secretary of state may send copies of petition pages to the appropriate election authorities for registration verification.  Each election authority receiving a copy of petition pages shall check any signature indicated by the secretary of state against the registration records and return all such copies to the secretary of state no later than the day designated by the secretary of state.  The secretary of state shall not designate any deadline for returning copies and certifications which is less than seven days after the copies have been received by the election authority.  If the secretary of state or an election authority determines the congressional district number written after the signature of any registered voter is not the congressional district in which the voter resides, the secretary of state or the election authority shall correct the congressional district number on the petition page.  Failure of a voter to give his or her correct congressional district number shall not alone be sufficient reason to disqualify his or her signature.  Only valid signatures from the county named in the circulator’s affidavit shall be counted on any petition page.

3. The secretary of state or election authority shall have authority to verify the signatures on petitions filed with his or her office by use of random sampling.  Random sampling may be used on any petition on which five hundred or more signatures are required.  Petitions requiring fewer than five hundred signatures shall have each signature checked and random sampling shall not be used.  The random sample of signatures to be verified shall be drawn in such a manner that every signature contained on the filed petition shall be given an equal opportunity to be included in the sample.  Such a random sampling shall include an examination of not less than five percent of the signatures so filed.

4. If the random sample verification establishes that the number of valid signatures is less than ninety-five percent of the number of qualified voters needed to find the petition sufficient, the petition shall be deemed to have failed to qualify.

5. If the random sample verification establishes that the number of valid signatures total more than one hundred five percent of the number of qualified voters needed to find the petition sufficient, the petition shall be deemed to qualify in that district.

6. If the random sample verification establishes that the number of valid signatures is more than ninety-five percent but less than one hundred five percent of the number of qualified voters needed to find the petition sufficient, each signature filed shall be examined and verified.

7. The secretary of state is authorized to adopt rules to ensure uniform, complete and accurate checking of petition signatures either by actual counting or random sampling.

8. If copies of petition pages are sent to any local election authority for registration verification under the provisions of this subchapter, the secretary of state’s final determination on the number of valid signatures submitted on the petition from the election authority’s jurisdiction shall be based on the certification made by the election authority.

115.337.  City election authority to assist county election authority, verify signatures, when. —

1.  When an election authority for a county and an election authority for a city have jurisdiction within the same county, the county election authority may, for the purpose of verifying signatures on any new party or independent candidate petition filed with its office, deliver copies of petition pages to the city election authority for registration verification.  The city election authority receiving a copy of petition pages shall check each signature indicated by the county election authority against its registration records and return all such copies to the county election authority no later than the day designated by the county election authority.  At the same time the copies are returned, the city election authority shall certify to the county election authority the page number of each page it received and the total number of valid signatures from the city on the pages.  The county election authority shall not designate any deadline for returning copies and certifications which is less than six or more than twelve working days after the copies have been received by the city election authority.

2. If copies of petition pages are sent to a city election authority for registration verification under the provisions of this section, the county election authority’s final determination on the number of valid signatures submitted on the petition from the city shall be based on the certification made by the city election authority.

115.339.  Nominations, how made. —

Except as otherwise provided in this subchapter, all candidates for elective office shall be nominated at a primary election in accordance with the provisions of sections 115.339 through 115.405 of this subchapter.

115.341.  Primary elections, when held. —

For the nomination of candidates to be elected at the next general election, a primary election shall be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in August of even-numbered years.

115.343.  Winner of primary to be only candidate of that party for that office — write-in in general election deemed independent. —

The person receiving the greatest number of votes at a primary election as a party candidate for an office shall be the only candidate of that party for the office at the general election.  The name of such candidate shall be placed on the official ballot at the general election unless he is removed or replaced as provided by law.  Write-in candidates at a general election shall be considered to be independent candidates and may only be voted for if written on the ballot as an independent.

115.345.  Notice of offices for which candidates are to be nominated, when sent — election authority to publish notice with filing date. —

1.  Not later than the third Monday in December immediately preceding the primary election, the secretary of state shall prepare and transmit to each election authority a notice, in writing, designating the offices for which candidates are to be nominated at the primary election.

2. Upon receipt of notice, the election authority shall publish the notice and the date by which candidates must file for such offices in a newspaper of general circulation in its jurisdiction.

115.347.  Declaration of candidacy required prior to name appearing on ballot — fraudulent declaration a class one offense. —

1.  No candidate’s name shall be printed on any official ballot unless his written, signed and sworn declaration of candidacy has been filed in the office of the appropriate election official as provided in this subchapter.

2. Any person filing a declaration of candidacy containing a false or forged signature or containing the name of a nonexistent or fictitious person shall be guilty of a class one election offense.

115.349.  Time for filing of a declaration of candidacy — form of declaration. —

1.  Except as otherwise provided in sections 115.361 to 115.383 or sections 115.755 to 115.785, no candidate’s name shall be printed on any official primary ballot unless the candidate has filed a written declaration of candidacy in the office of the appropriate election official by 5:00 p.m. on the last Tuesday in March immediately preceding the primary election.

2. No declaration of candidacy for nomination in a primary election shall be accepted for filing prior to 8:00 a.m. on the last Tuesday in February immediately preceding the primary election.

3. Each declaration of candidacy for nomination in a primary election shall state the candidate’s full name, residence address, office for which such candidate proposes to be a candidate, the party ticket on which he or she wishes to be a candidate and that if nominated and elected he or she will qualify.  The declaration shall be in substantially the following form:

I, ______, a resident and registered voter of the county of ______ and the state of Missouri, residing at ______, do announce myself a candidate for the office of ______ on the ______ party ticket, to be voted for at the primary election to be held on the ______ day of ______, ______, and I further declare that if nominated and elected to such office I will qualify.

__________________                    Subscribed and sworn

Signature of candidate                  to before me this

______ day of

______, ______

__________________                    __________________

Residence address                          Signature of election

official or other officer

authorized to

administer oaths

__________________

Mailing address (if different)

__________________

Telephone Number (Optional)

If the declaration is to be filed in person, it shall be subscribed and sworn to by the candidate before an official authorized to accept his or her declaration of candidacy.  If the declaration is to be filed by certified mail pursuant to the provisions of subsection 2 of section 115.355, it shall be subscribed and sworn to by the candidate before a notary public or other officer authorized by law to administer oaths.

115.351.  Candidate may not file for more than one office, exception, presidential primary, also prohibited from filing for the same office on more than one ticket at the same election. —

No person who files as a party candidate for nomination or election to an office shall, without withdrawing, file as another party’s candidate or an independent candidate for nomination or election to the office for the same term.  No person who files as an independent candidate for election to an office shall, without withdrawing, file as a party candidate for nomination or election to the office for the same term.  No person shall file for one office and, without withdrawing, file for another office to be filled at the same election.  A person who files a request to be included on the presidential primary ballot is not prohibited by this section from filing or appearing on any ballot as a party candidate for nomination to another office.  Receipt by the secretary of state of proper certification of nomination pursuant to subsection 1 of section 115.399 constitutes withdrawal by operation of law pursuant to subsection 1 of section 115.359 of any presidential or vice presidential nominee from any other office for which such nominee is a candidate at the same election.  Any person violating any provision of this section shall be disqualified from running for nomination or election to any office at the primary and general election next succeeding the violation.

115.353.  Declarations of candidacy, where filed. —

All declarations of candidacy shall be filed as follows:

(1)  For presidential elector, United States senator, representative in Congress, statewide office, circuit judge not subject to the provisions of Article V, Section 25 of the Missouri Constitution, state senator and state representative, in the office of the secretary of state;

(2)  For all county offices which for the purpose of election procedures shall include associate circuit judges not subject to the provisions of Article V, Section 25 of the Missouri Constitution, in the office of the county election authority;

(3)  For all county offices, in the office of the county election authority.  In any county in which there are two boards of election commissioners, the county clerk shall be deemed to be the election authority for purposes of this section.

115.355.  Declarations of candidacy to be filed in person by candidate, exceptions. —

1.  Except as provided in subsections 2 and 5 of this section and in section 115.377, each declaration of candidacy for nomination in a primary election shall be filed by the candidate in person in the office of the appropriate election official.

2. A candidate may file his declaration of candidacy by certified mail if he is:

(1)  Unable to appear in person because of physical disability, and the declaration is accompanied by a sworn statement of a licensed physician so stating; or

(2)  A member of the Armed Forces of the United States on active duty, and the declaration is accompanied by a sworn statement of the candidate’s commanding officer so stating.

3. Except as provided in section 115.377, no election official shall accept for filing any declaration of candidacy for nomination in a primary election not presented to him by the candidate in person or which, if sent by certified mail pursuant to subsection 2 of this section, is not accompanied by the statement required in the same subsection.

4. Election officials shall require proof of identity of persons when filing declarations of candidacy in person and when filing by mail as provided in subsection 2 or 5 of this section.

5. Any judge seeking retention under Sections 25(a) to 25(g) of Article V of the Missouri Constitution may file his declaration of candidacy for election to succeed himself by certified mail.

115.357.  Filing fees — declaration of inability to pay, form of. —

1.  Except as provided in subsections 3 and 4 of this section, each candidate for federal, state or county office shall, before filing his declaration of candidacy, pay to the treasurer of the state or county committee of the political party upon whose ticket he seeks nomination a certain sum of money as follows:

(1)  To the treasurer of the state central committee, two hundred dollars if he or she is a candidate for statewide office or for United States senator, one hundred dollars if he or she is a candidate for representative in Congress, circuit judge or state senator, and fifty dollars if he or she is a candidate for state representative;

(2)  To the treasurer of the county central committee, fifty dollars if he or she is a candidate for county office.

2. The required sum may be submitted by the candidate to the official accepting his declaration of candidacy.  All sums so submitted shall be forwarded promptly by the official to the treasurer of the appropriate party committee.

3. Any person who cannot pay the fee required to file as a candidate may have the fee waived by filing a declaration of inability to pay and a petition with his declaration of candidacy.  Each such declaration shall be in substantially the following form:

DECLARATION OF INABILITY TO PAY FILING FEE

I, ______, do hereby swear that I am financially unable to pay the fee of ______ (amount of fee) to file as a candidate for nomination to the office of ______ at the primary election to be held on the ______ day of ______, 20______.

__________________                    Subscribed and sworn

Signature of candidate                  to before me this

______ day of

______, 20______.

__________________                    __________________

Residence address                          Signature of election

official or officer

authorized to

administer oaths

If the candidate’s declaration of candidacy is to be filed in person, the declaration of inability to pay shall be subscribed and sworn to by the candidate before the election official who witnesses the candidate’s declaration of candidacy.  If his declaration of candidacy is to be filed by certified mail pursuant to subsection 2 of section 115.355, the declaration of inability to pay shall be subscribed and sworn to by the candidate before the notary or other officer who witnesses the candidate’s declaration of candidacy.  With his declaration of inability to pay, the candidate shall submit a petition endorsing his candidacy.  Except for the number of signatures required, each such petition shall, insofar as practicable, be in the form provided in sections 115.321 and 115.325. If the person filing declaration of indigence is to be a candidate for statewide office, his petition shall be signed by the number of registered voters in the state equal to at least one-half of one percent of the total number of votes cast in the state for the office at the last election in which a candidate ran for the office.  If the person filing a declaration of indigence is to be a candidate for any other office, the petition shall be signed by the number of registered voters in the district or political subdivision which is equal to at least one percent of the total number of votes cast for the office at the last election in which a candidate ran for the office.  The candidate’s declaration of inability to pay and the petition shall be filed at the same time and in the same manner as his declaration of candidacy is filed.  The petition shall be checked and its sufficiency determined in the same manner as new party and independent candidate petitions.

4. No filing fee shall be required of any person who proposes to be an independent candidate, the candidate of a new party or a candidate for presidential elector.

5. Except as provided in subsections 3 and 4 of this section, no candidate’s name shall be printed on any official ballot until the required fee has been paid.

115.359.  Withdrawal of candidacy, deadline for, how made. —

1.  Any person who has filed a declaration of candidacy for nomination and who wishes to withdraw as a candidate shall, not later than the eleventh Tuesday prior to the primary election, file a written, sworn statement of withdrawal in the office of the official who accepted such candidate’s declaration of candidacy.  Any person nominated for an office who wishes to withdraw as a candidate shall, not later than the eleventh Tuesday prior to the general election, file a written, sworn statement of withdrawal in the office of the official who accepted such candidate’s declaration of candidacy.  In addition, any person who has filed a declaration of candidacy for nomination or who is nominated for an office who wishes to withdraw as a candidate due to being named as the party candidate for a different office by a party nominating committee pursuant to sections 115.363 to 115.377 may withdraw as a candidate no later than 5:00 p.m. on the fifth day after being named as the party candidate for a different office by the party nominating committee.

2. Except as provided for in section 115.247, if there is no additional cost for the printing or reprinting of ballots, or if the candidate agrees to pay any printing or reprinting costs, a candidate who has filed or is nominated for an office may, at any time after the time limits set forth in subsection 1 of this section but no later than 5:00 p.m. on the eighth Tuesday before the election, withdraw as a candidate pursuant to a court order, which, except for good cause shown by the election authority in opposition thereto, shall be freely given upon application by the candidate to the circuit court in the county of such candidate’s residence.  No withdrawal pursuant to this subsection shall be effective until such candidate files a copy of the court’s order in the office of the official who accepted such candidate’s declaration of candidacy.

3. The name of a person who has properly filed a declaration of candidacy, or of a person nominated for office, who has not given notice of withdrawal as provided in subsection 1 or 2 of this section shall, except in case of death or disqualification, be printed on the official primary or general election ballot, as the case may be.

115.361.  Filing to be reopened, when — death or withdrawal of only candidate to create vacancy on ballot, when — removal of name from ballot, when. —

1.  Except as provided in subsections 2 and 3 of this section, if a candidate for nomination to an office in which the candidate is the incumbent or the only candidate dies, withdraws as provided in subsection 1 or 2 of section 115.359, or is disqualified after 5:00 p.m. on the last day in which a person may file as a candidate for nomination, and at or before 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to any primary election, or if any candidate for the position of political party committeeman or committeewoman dies or withdraws as provided in subsection 1 or 2 of section 115.359, or is disqualified after 5:00 p.m. on the last day in which a person may file as a candidate for nomination, and at or before 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to any primary election, leaving less candidates for the available committee positions than the number of available committee positions, filing for the office or position shall be reopened for a period of five working days, excluding holidays and weekends, following the death, withdrawal or disqualification during which period new candidates may file declarations of candidacy.

2. If a candidate for nomination to an office in which the candidate is the only candidate dies, withdraws as provided in subsection 1 or 2 of section 115.359, or is disqualified after 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to the primary election, the election and canvass shall not proceed, and a vacancy shall exist on the general election ballot to be filled in the manner provided in sections 115.363 to 115.377.

3. If a candidate for the position of political party committeeman or committeewoman becomes disqualified after the tenth Tuesday prior to the primary election, the election and canvass shall proceed, and the disqualified candidate’s name shall be physically eradicated from the ballot so that no vote may be cast for that candidate.

4. If after filing a declaration of candidacy, a candidate files a statement of withdrawal within two working days prior to the deadline for the close of filing set forth in section 115.349, the time of filing for that office shall cease at said deadline.  There shall be a reopening of filing on the first Tuesday after the deadline for the close of filing set forth in section 115.349 which shall last until 5:00 p.m. on the Friday immediately following the first Tuesday after said deadline.

115.363.  Party nominating committee to select candidate, when. —

1.  Except as provided in section 115.361, a party nominating committee of a political party may select a party candidate for nomination to an office on the primary election ballot in the following cases:

(1)  If there are no candidates for nomination as the party candidate due to death of all the party’s candidates after 5:00 p.m. on the last day in which a person may file as a candidate for nomination and at or before 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to the primary election;

(2)  If there are no candidates for nomination as the party candidate due to withdrawal after 5:00 p.m. on the last day in which a person may file as a candidate for nomination and at or before 5:00 p.m. on whatever day may be fixed by law as the final date for withdrawing as a candidate for the office;

(3)  If there are no candidates for nomination as the party candidate due to death or disqualification of all candidates within seven days prior to the filing deadline and if no person has filed for the party nomination within that time;

(4)  If there are no candidates for nomination as the party candidate due to disqualification of all party candidates after 5:00 p.m. on the last day on which a person may file as a candidate for nomination, and at or before 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to the primary election; or

(5)  If a candidate for the position of political party committeeman or committeewoman dies or withdraws as provided in subsection 1 or 2 of section 115.359 after the tenth Tuesday prior to the primary election, leaving no candidate.

2. Any established political party may select a candidate for nomination, if a candidate who is the incumbent or only candidate dies, is disqualified or withdraws pursuant to subsection 1 or 2 of section 115.359 after 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to the primary election, and at or before 5:00 p.m. on whatever day is fixed by law as the final date for withdrawing as a candidate for the office.

3. A party nominating committee may select a party candidate for election to an office on the general election ballot in the following cases:

(1)  If the person nominated as the party candidate shall die at or before 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to the general election;

(2)  If the person nominated as the party candidate is disqualified at or before 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to the general election;

(3)  If the person nominated as the party candidate shall withdraw at or before 5:00 p.m. on whatever day may be fixed by law as the final date for withdrawing as a candidate for the office;

(4)  If a candidate for nomination to an office in which the person is the party’s only candidate dies after 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to any primary election, withdraws as provided in subsection 1 of section 115.359 after 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to any primary election, or is disqualified after 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday before any primary election.

4. If a person nominated as a party’s candidate who is unopposed shall die at or before 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to the general election, is disqualified at or before 5:00 p.m. on the tenth Tuesday prior to the general election, or shall withdraw at or before 5:00 p.m. on whatever day may be fixed by law as the final date for withdrawing as a candidate for the office, the party nominating committee for any established political party may select a party candidate.

5. A party nominating committee may select a party candidate for election to an office in the following cases:

(1)  For an election called to fill a vacancy in an office;

(2)  For an election held pursuant to the provisions of section 105.030 to fill an unexpired term resulting from a vacancy in an office that occurs within fourteen days prior to the filing deadline for the primary election and not later than the tenth Tuesday prior to the general election.  If such vacancy occurs prior to the fourteenth day before the filing deadline for a primary election, filing for the office shall be as provided for in sections 115.307 to 115.359.

115.364.  Previously disqualified candidate not eligible for selection by party nominating committee. —

If a candidate has been previously disqualified as a candidate for an office on the primary election ballot, that individual shall not be selected by a party nominating committee as a candidate for nomination to the same office on the same primary election ballot or as a candidate for the same office on the corresponding general election ballot.  If a candidate has been previously disqualified as a candidate for an office on the general election ballot, that individual shall not be selected by a party nominating committee as a candidate for the same office on the same general election ballot.

115.365.  Nominating committee designated as to certain offices. —

1.  The nominating committee authorized to select a candidate for nomination or election to office pursuant to section 115.363 shall be one of the following:

(1)  To select a candidate for county office, the nominating committee shall be the county committee of the party;

(2)  To select a candidate for state representative, the nominating committee shall be the legislative district committee of the party;

(3)  To select a candidate for state senator, the nominating committee shall be the senatorial district committee of the party;

(4)  To select a candidate for circuit court judge not subject to the provisions of Article V, Section 25 of the State Constitution, the nominating committee shall be the judicial district committee of the party;

(5)  To select a candidate for representative in Congress, the nominating committee shall be the congressional district committee of the party;

(6)  To select a candidate for statewide office, the nominating committee shall be the state committee of the party.

2. After any decennial redistricting, the nominating committee shall be composed from the new districts, and the new district lines shall be used in the selection of a candidate; provided, however, that members of nominating committees for candidates for special elections to fill vacancies conducted pursuant to section 21.130 shall be from the old districts.

115.367.  Change of district boundaries, effect on nominating committee. —

1.  In the event that the boundaries of a district have been altered, or a new district established for a candidate to be selected by a party committee since the last election in which a party candidate ran for such office, the members of the nominating committee shall be the members of the various nominating committees for that office, as provided in section 115.365 who reside within the altered or new district; provided, however, that members of nominating committees for candidates for special elections to fill vacancies conducted pursuant to section 21.130 shall be from the old districts.  The chairman of the nominating committee shall be the committee chairman of the county which polled the highest vote for the party candidate for governor within the area to be represented at the last gubernatorial election.

2. In the event that a candidate is to be selected by a party committee of a new political party which has not yet elected committeemen and committeewomen in the manner provided by law, the chairman of the nominating committee shall be the provisional chairman of the party for the state, or if the political party is formed for a district or political subdivision less than the state, the chairman of the nominating committee shall be the provisional chairman of the party for such district or political subdivision.  The chairman of the nominating committee shall appoint additional members of the nominating committee, not less than four in number.

3. In the event that a candidate is to be selected for nomination or election to an office by a new political party which has elected committeemen and committeewomen in the manner provided for established political parties, the members of the nominating committee shall be the same as provided in section 115.365.

115.369.  Notice of vacancy, when given to nominating committee or county committee. —

Upon notification of a vacancy authorized to be filled by a nominating committee pursuant to section 115.363, the secretary of state or the election authority shall, not later than twenty-four hours after receiving such notification, notify the chair of the appropriate nominating committee.  If it is impossible to notify the chair of the nominating committee, the secretary of state or the election authority shall notify the vice chair of the appropriate nominating committee.  If it is impossible to notify the vice chair, the secretary of state or the election authority shall notify any member of the nominating committee or the chair of the county committee.  The chair of the nominating committee shall, as soon as possible, but in no case later than two weeks after being notified of the vacancy, call a meeting of the nominating committee for the purpose of selecting a candidate to fill the vacancy.  The meeting shall be called at a place located in the area the candidate is to represent.  If the chair does not call a meeting within the time specified, any member of the nominating committee may do so.  The person calling the meeting shall notify each member of the nominating committee of the time and place of the meeting.

115.371.  Majority of committee present required to nominate, exception. —

1.  To select a candidate under the provisions of section 115.363, a majority of the members of the nominating committee must be present.  Except as provided in subsection 2 of this section, a member must be present in person to vote, and a majority vote of the members present shall be sufficient to nominate a candidate.  In accordance with section 115.627, a party state committee may provide for weighted or fractional voting.  The committee shall have no power to delegate its authority to any other person or group.

2. If a member of one nominating committee is a member of one or more additional nominating committees meeting on the same day, the member may, if he or she attends one of the meetings, select a person to participate and vote at each additional meeting in his or her stead.

115.373.  Candidates selected by committee to be filed with election authority, when — death of candidate selected by committee, effect of. —

1.  The name of a candidate selected by a party nominating committee for a primary or general election to fill a vacancy created by death, withdrawal or disqualification shall be filed with the secretary of state or proper election authority no later than 5:00 p.m. on the twenty-eighth day after the vacancy occurs or no later than 5:00 p.m. on the eighth Friday prior to the election, whichever occurs sooner.

2. The name of a person selected by a party nominating committee as a candidate to fill an unexpired term shall be filed with the proper election authority no later than 5:00 p.m. on the day which is midway between the day the election is called and election day.

3. The name of a person selected by a party nominating committee as a candidate to fill an unexpired term for state representative or state senator in a special election shall be filed with the secretary of state no later than 5:00 p.m. on the twenty-first day after the writ of election is issued by the governor pursuant to Article III, Section 14 of the Missouri Constitution, calculated by excluding the day the writ is issued.

4. If the candidate selected by a party nominating committee for a primary, general or special election ballot dies prior to the election, the vacancy created by such death may be filled in the manner provided for filling vacancies created by death on the primary and general election ballots.

115.377.  Certification of nomination by committee or committee chairman, form of — candidate’s declaration, form of. —

1.  Each selection of a candidate made by a party nominating committee pursuant to section 115.363 shall be certified by the chair or acting chair of the nominating committee and filed with the election official authorized to receive declarations of candidacy for the office, provided that no committee member may act as chair for purposes of certifying his or her own selection as candidate.  Each such certification shall be subscribed and sworn to by the chair or acting chair before the election official accepting the certification or a notary public and shall be in substantially the following form:

I, ______, Chair (Acting Chair) of the ______ party nominating committee duly authorized to nominate a candidate to fill the vacancy created by the death (withdrawal, disqualification, resignation) of ______, do hereby certify that on the ______ day of ______, ______, the nominating committee met and duly selected ______ as the ______ party candidate for nomination (election) to (fill the unexpired term in) the office of ______, district ______, at the primary (general, special) election to be held on the ______ day of ______, ______.

I further certify that before the meeting, each member of the nominating committee was properly notified of the time and place of the meeting, a majority vote of the members of the nominating committee were present at the meeting, and ______ was duly selected by a majority of the members present at the meeting.

__________________                    Subscribed and sworn

Signature of chair                           to before me this

or acting chair                   ______ day of

______, ______

__________________

Signature of election

official or notary

public

2. Each selection of a candidate made by the chair of a party nominating committee pursuant to section 115.375 shall be certified by the chair of the nominating committee and filed in the office of the election official authorized to receive declarations of candidacy for the office.  Each such certification shall be subscribed and sworn to by the chair before the election official accepting the certification or a notary public and shall be as far as practicable in the form provided in subsection 1 of this section.

3. When submitted for filing, each certification made by the chair or acting chair of a party nominating committee pursuant to this section shall be accompanied by a declaration of candidacy and any filing fee required for the candidate selected by the nominating committee or its chair.  The declaration candidacy shall state the candidate’s full name, residence address, office for which such candidate proposes to be a candidate, the party upon whose ticket he or she is to be a candidate and that if nominated and elected he or she will qualify.  Each such declaration shall be in substantially the form set forth in section 115.349.  Each such declaration shall be subscribed and sworn to by the candidate before the election official accepting the certification, a notary public or other officer authorized by law to administer oaths.

4. Neither the secretary of state nor any election authority shall accept any certification, declaration of candidacy or filing fee submitted by the chair or acting chair of a party nominating committee after the deadline provided for submitting such certification in section 115.373 or 115.375.  Any selection made by a party nominating committee or by the chair of a party committee which is not made in accordance with the provisions of sections 115.363 to 115.377 shall be null and void.

115.379.  Death of candidate after filing deadline and before election, procedure to be followed. —

1.  Whenever the only candidate of a party for nomination or election to an office at a primary election, general election or special election to fill a vacancy dies after the filing deadline and before the election, his or her name shall be printed on the primary, general or special election ballot, as the case may be, unless another candidate has filed for the office pursuant to the provisions of section 115.361 or a new candidate has been selected pursuant to the provisions of sections 115.363 to 115.377.  Whenever any other candidate for nomination or election to an office at a primary election, general election or special election to fill a vacancy dies after 5:00 p.m. on the eighth Tuesday prior to the election, his or her name shall be printed on the primary, general or special election ballot, as the case may be.  The election and canvass shall proceed, and, if a sufficient number of votes are cast for the deceased candidate to entitle the candidate to nomination or election had the candidate not died, a vacancy shall exist on the general election ballot or in the office to be filled in the manner provided by law.

2. Whenever a candidate for nomination or election to an office is disqualified after 5:00 p.m. on the eighth Tuesday prior to a primary election, general election or special election to fill a vacancy, his or her name shall be printed on the primary, general or special election ballot, as the case may be.  The election and canvass shall proceed, and, if a sufficient number of votes are cast for the disqualified candidate to entitle him or her to nomination or election had the candidate not become disqualified, a vacancy shall exist on the general election ballot or in the office to be filled in the manner provided by law.

3. Except as provided in subsection 3 of section 115.359, subsection 2 of section 115.361 and subsections 1 and 2 of this section, whenever a candidate for nomination or election to an office dies, withdraws or is disqualified prior to a primary election, general election or special election to fill a vacancy, all appropriate election authorities shall see that such candidate’s name is removed from the primary, general or special election ballot, as the case may be.

115.381.  Secretary of state to notify appropriate election authorities of nomination, when. —

Whenever the selections are properly certified to the secretary of state by the chair or acting chair of the party nominating committees for a special election or after the secretary of state has certified the names of candidates pursuant to section 115.387 or 115.401, the secretary of state shall notify all appropriate election authorities of the selections in a timely fashion.

115.383.  Name changes on ballot, how made. —

Any election authority duly notified that a name is to be removed from the ballot or that a new candidate has been selected shall have the proper corrections made on the ballot before the ballot is delivered to or while it is in the hands of the printer.

115.385.  Party emblem, when submitted to secretary of state. —

1.  Not later than the twelfth Tuesday before an election at which the party’s name will appear on the ballot, the state committee of each established statewide political party, the chairman of the county or district committee of each political party established for a county or district, and the provisional party chairman of each new party and group of petitioners shall select a party emblem and submit it in writing to the secretary of state.  No party shall submit the American flag as an emblem. Except as provided in subsections 2 and 3 of this section, no party shall submit any emblem deceptively similar to an emblem which has been used by any other party in the past five years or is the subject of a pending certification.

2. If a new party is formed for more than one district or county at the same time, with the same name and the same provisional party chairman, the same party emblem may be submitted for the party in each such district or county.

3. Any political party established in a district or county may, by a majority vote of its committee members, authorize the use of its emblem in other districts and counties, and in the state as a whole.

4. When a party emblem is properly submitted to the secretary of state, the secretary of state shall certify the emblem to the appropriate election authorities when the secretary of state certifies the names of candidates pursuant to sections 115.387 and 115.401.

115.387.  Secretary of state to furnish each election authority a list of candidates for each office and the order of their filing — list, when due. —

Not later than the tenth Tuesday before each primary election, the secretary of state shall transmit to each election authority a certified list containing the name and address of each person who has filed a declaration of candidacy in the secretary’s office and is entitled to be voted for at the primary election, together with a designation of the office for which the person is a candidate and the party the person represents.  In the person’s certification, the secretary of state shall also include the order in which the candidates for each office are to be listed on the official ballot.

115.389.  Election authority to publish list of candidates, date of election and hours the polls will open. —

Upon receipt of the certified list from the secretary of state, each election authority shall publish, under the proper party designations, the title of each office, the name and address of each candidate for each office to be voted on within its jurisdiction, the date of the primary election and the hours the polls will be open.  The notice shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation within the jurisdiction of the election authority.  The election authority shall include in the notice the names and addresses of all candidates for political party committees who will be elected pursuant to the provisions of subsection 4 of section 115.613.

115.391.  Sample ballots, when and how distributed. —

Not later than the fourth Tuesday prior to the primary election, each election authority shall prepare sample official ballots.  The sample ballots shall contain, under the appropriate offices and party designations, the names of all candidates to be voted on in its jurisdiction in the order they will appear on the ballot.  Each sample ballot shall be printed upon tinted or colored paper, of a different tint or color from the official primary ballot, and shall contain no endorsements.  Immediately after having the sample ballots prepared, each election authority shall mail to the chairman of each county committee in its jurisdiction and to each candidate named on the ballot, a copy of the sample ballot for his party.  The election authority shall also post a copy of each sample ballot in a conspicuous place in its office.

115.393.  Election authority to deliver official ballots to polls — number of ballots, how determined. —

Prior to the primary election, each election authority shall correct any errors or omissions on the sample ballots and cause official ballots to be printed.  For each party having a ballot at the primary election, the election authority shall deliver to each polling place a number of ballots equal to at least one and a half times the number of ballots cast in the voting district for the party at the next to last primary election.  If no ballots were cast for a party in a voting district at the last primary election, the election authority shall deliver to the polling place a number of ballots estimated to be sufficient for the party.

115.395.  Ballot for each party at primary — candidates, how listed — ballot information, how shown. —

1.  At each primary election, there shall be as many separate ballots as there are parties entitled to participate in the election.

2. The names of the candidates for each office on each party ballot shall be listed in the order in which they are filed, except that, in the case of candidates who file a declaration of candidacy with the secretary of state prior to 5:00 p.m. on the first day for filing, the secretary of state shall determine by random drawing the order in which such candidates’ names shall appear on the ballot.  The drawing shall be conducted so that each candidate, or candidate’s representative if the candidate filed under subsection 2 of section 115.355, may draw a number at random at the time of filing.  The secretary of state shall record the number drawn with the candidate’s declaration of candidacy.  The names of candidates filing on the first day for filing for each office on each party ballot shall be listed in ascending order of the numbers so drawn.  For the purposes of this subsection, the election authority responsible for oversight of the filing of candidates, other than candidates that file with the secretary of state, shall clearly designate where candidates, or a candidate’s representative if the candidate filed under subsection 2 of section 115.355, shall form a line to effectuate such filings and determine the order of such filings; except that, in the case of candidates who file a declaration of candidacy with the election authority prior to 5:00 p.m. on the first day for filing, the election authority may determine by random drawing the order in which such candidates’ names shall appear on the ballot.  If a drawing is conducted pursuant to this subsection, it shall be conducted so that each candidate, or candidate’s representative if the candidate filed under subsection 2 of section 115.355, may draw a number at random at the time of filing.  If such drawing is conducted, the election authority shall record the number drawn with the candidate’s declaration of candidacy.  If such drawing is conducted, the names of candidates filing on the first day for filing for each office on each party ballot shall be listed in ascending order of the numbers so drawn.

3. Insofar as applicable, the provisions of sections 115.237 and 115.245 shall apply to each ballot prepared for a primary election, except that the ballot information may be placed in vertical or horizontal rows, no circle shall appear under any party name and no write-in lines shall appear under the name of any office for which a candidate is to be nominated at the primary.  At a primary election, write-in votes shall be counted only for persons who can be elected to an office at the primary.

115.397.  Voter may receive only one party ballot — voters not wishing a party ballot may vote for independents and on all propositions and questions. —

In each primary election, each voter shall be entitled to receive the ballot of one and only one political party, designated by the voter before receiving his ballot.  Each voter who participates in a party primary shall be entitled to vote on all questions and for any nonpartisan candidates submitted by political subdivisions and special districts at the primary election.  Each voter who does not wish to participate in a party primary may vote on all questions and for any nonpartisan candidates submitted by a political subdivision or special district at the primary election.

115.399.  Presidential and vice-presidential candidates, when certified to secretary of state — declaration of candidacy of presidential electors, form of. —

1.  Not later than the twelfth Tuesday prior to each presidential election, or notwithstanding any prior laws to the contrary, in the year 1996 and thereafter, within seven working days after choosing its nominees for president and vice president of the United States, whichever is later, the state committee of each established political party shall certify in writing to the secretary of state the names of its nominees for president and vice president of the United States.

2. Not later than the third Tuesday prior to each presidential election, the state committee of each established political party shall certify in writing to the secretary of state the names of its nominees for presidential elector.  At least one qualified resident of each congressional district shall be named as a nominee for presidential elector by each state committee, and the number of nominees for presidential elector named by each state committee shall equal the number to which the state is entitled.

3. When submitted for filing, each certification made by a state committee pursuant to the provisions of subsection 2 of this section shall be accompanied by a declaration of candidacy for each candidate for presidential elector.  Each declaration of candidacy shall state the candidate’s full name, residence address, office for which such person proposes to be a candidate and that if elected the person will qualify.  Each such declaration shall be in substantially the following form:

I, ______, a resident of the ______ congressional district and the state of Missouri do announce myself a candidate for the office of presidential elector from the ______ congressional district (state at large) on the ______ ticket, to be voted for at the presidential election to be held on the ______ day of ______, 20______, and I further declare that if nominated and elected to such office I will qualify.

__________________                    Subscribed and sworn

Signature of candidate                  to before me this

______ day of

______, 20______.

__________________                    __________________

Residence address                          Signature of election

official or officer

authorized to

administer oaths

Each such declaration shall be subscribed and sworn to by the candidate before the election official receiving the certification, a notary public or other officer authorized by law to administer oaths.

115.401.  General election candidates, list to be sent to election authorities, when. —

Not later than the tenth Tuesday prior to each general election, the secretary of state shall send to each election authority a certified list containing the name and address of each person who has filed a declaration of candidacy in the secretary of state’s office and is entitled to be voted for at the general election, together with a statement of the office for which such person is a candidate and the party such person represents or that such person is an independent candidate.

115.403.  Forms to be prepared by secretary of state, when. —

Not later than May first prior to each primary election, the secretary of state shall prepare all forms necessary to carry out the provisions of this subchapter.  The forms shall be substantially followed in all primary elections.

115.405.  False swearing a class one offense. —

Any person making a sworn statement, affidavit or declaration of candidacy required by this subchapter who swears falsely or signs such document knowing the statements therein are untrue shall be deemed guilty of a class one election offense.

Polling Places and Voting Procedures

115.407.  Polls, hours to be open. —

The election judges shall open the polls at six o’clock in the morning and keep them open until seven o’clock in the evening.  At seven o’clock in the evening, all voters at the polls, including any in line to vote, shall be permitted to vote.

115.409.  Who may be admitted to polling place. —

Except election authority personnel, election judges, watchers and challengers appointed pursuant to section 115.105 or 115.107, law enforcement officials at the request of election officials or in the line of duty, minor children under the age of eighteen accompanying an adult who is in the process of voting, international observers who have registered as such with the election authority, persons designated by the election authority to administer a simulated youth election for persons ineligible to vote because of their age, members of the news media who present identification satisfactory to the election judges and who are present only for the purpose of bona fide news coverage except as provided in subdivision (18) of section 115.637, provided that such coverage does not disclose how any voter cast the voter’s ballot on any question or candidate or in the case of a primary election on which party ballot they voted or does not interfere with the general conduct of the election as determined by the election judges or election authority, and registered voters who are eligible to vote at the polling place, no person shall be admitted to a polling place.

115.411.  Election authority to provide polling booths. —

For each polling place in its jurisdiction, the election authority shall provide a sufficient number of voting booths, equipped and supplied so voters can vote conveniently and in secret.

115.413.  Secretary of state to furnish election authorities election laws pamphlets, each polling place to have a copy — instructions to election judges may be furnished. —

1.  Not later than the tenth day prior to each presidential election, and more often if necessary, the secretary of state shall furnish to each election authority a sufficient number of printed pamphlets containing the provisions of the constitution and laws of the state relating to elections.  Each election authority shall carefully preserve the pamphlets in its office.  At least one copy shall be provided by each election authority to each polling place in its jurisdiction at each election.  After each election, all such pamphlets shall be returned to the office of the election authority with the election supplies.

2. The secretary of state may also publish instructions to election judges for distribution by election authorities to election judges.

115.415.  Necessary equipment to be delivered to polls by election authority. —

Before the time fixed by law for the opening of the polls, the election authority shall deliver to the authorized election officials or to the polling place the appropriate ballots, ballot boxes, precinct registers, voting booths, voting machines and all other supplies, material and equipment necessary and appropriate for the polling place.  The election authority shall make and preserve a record of each delivery.

115.417.  Voter instruction cards to be delivered to polls — instructions and sample ballot to be posted, how. —

1.  Before the time fixed by law for the opening of the polls, the election authority shall deliver to each polling place a sufficient number of voter instruction cards which include the following information:  if paper ballots or an electronic voting system is used, the instructions shall inform the voter on how to obtain a ballot for voting, how to vote and prepare the ballot for deposit in the ballot box and how to obtain a new ballot to replace one accidentally spoiled.

2. The election authority at each polling place shall post in a conspicuous place voting instructions on a poster no smaller than twenty-four inches by thirty inches.  Such instructions shall also inform the voter that the electronic voting equipment can be demonstrated upon request of the voter.  The election authority shall also publicly post during the period of time in which a person may cast an absentee ballot and on election day a sample version of the ballot that will be used for that election, the date of the election, the hours during which the polling place will be open, instructions for mail-in registrants and first-time voters, general information on voting rights in accordance with the state plan filed by the secretary of state pursuant to the Help America Vote Act of 2002, general information on the right to cast a provisional ballot and instructions for provisional ballots, how to contact appropriate authorities if voting rights have been violated, and general information on federal and Missouri law regarding prohibitions on acts of fraud and misrepresentation.  The secretary of state may promulgate rules to execute this section.  No rule or portion of a rule promulgated pursuant to the authority of this section shall become effective unless it has been promulgated pursuant to chapter 536.

3. The secretary of state may develop multilingual voting instructions to be made available to election authorities.

115.419.  Sample ballots, cards to be delivered to the polls, when. —

Before the time fixed by law for the opening of the polls, the election authority shall deliver to each polling place a sufficient number of sample ballots and ballot cards which shall be a different color but otherwise exact copies of the official ballot.  The samples shall be printed in the form of a diagram, showing the form of the ballot or the front of the marking device or voting machine as it will appear on election day.  The secretary of state may develop multilingual sample ballots to be made available to election authorities.

115.420.  Butterfly ballot prohibited, exceptions. —

1.  An election authority shall not use a butterfly ballot unless the secretary of state provides written approval to the election authority for the use of a butterfly ballot in the particular election.

2. For purposes of this section, “butterfly ballot” means a ballot where two ballot pages are used side by side and where voters must vote on candidates or issues on both sides of the pages.

115.421.  Duties of election judges to be performed prior to opening of the polls. —

Before the time fixed by law for the opening of the polls, the election judges shall:

(1)  Set up the voting equipment, arrange the furniture, supplies and records and make all other arrangements necessary to open the polls at the time fixed by law;

(2)  Post a voter instruction card in each voting booth or machine and in at least one other conspicuous place within the polling place and post a sample ballot in a conspicuous place near the voting booths;

(3)  Certify the number of ballots received at each polling place.  In each polling place using voting machines, the election judges shall, in lieu of certifying the number of ballots received, certify the number on each voting machine received at the polling place, the number on the seal of each voting machine, the number on the protective counter of each voting machine and that all recording counters on all voting machines at the polling place are set at zero.  If a recording counter on any voting machine is not set at zero, the election judges shall immediately notify the election authority and proceed as it directs;

(4)  Compare the ballot, ballot label or ballot card and ballot label with the sample ballots, see that the names, numbers and letters agree and certify thereto in the tally book.  If the names, numbers or letters do not agree, the election judges shall immediately notify the election authority and proceed as it directs; and

(5)  Sign the tally book in the manner provided in the form for tally books in section 115.461 or 115.473.  If any election judge, challenger or watcher has not been previously sworn as the law directs, he or she shall take and subscribe the oath of his or her office as provided in section 115.091 or 115.109, and the oath shall be returned to the election authority with the tally book.

115.423.  Ballot box, procedure for handling. —

Not more than one hour before the voting begins, the election judges shall open the ballot box and show to all present that it is empty.  The ballot box shall then be locked and the key kept by one of the election judges.  The ballot box shall not be opened or removed from public view from the time it is shown to be empty until the polls close or until the ballot box is delivered for counting pursuant to section 115.451.  If voting machines are used, the election judges shall call attention to the counter on the face of each voting machine and show to all present that it is set at zero.

115.425.  Name must be on precinct register to be eligible to vote, exception. —

Except as provided in subsection 2 of section 115.277, the election judges shall allow no person to vote whose name does not appear in the precinct register without the express sanction of the election authority.

115.427.  Personal identification, requirements–statement for voters without required personal identification, procedure–provisional ballot, when–form of statement–notice of requirements–report–precinct register requirements–mark in lieu of signature, when–contingent effective date. —

1.  Persons seeking to vote in a public election shall establish their identity and eligibility to vote at the polling place by presenting a form of personal identification to election officials. No form of personal identification other than the forms listed in this section shall be accepted to establish a voter’s qualifications to vote.  Forms of personal identification that satisfy the requirements of this section are any one of the following:

(1)  Nonexpired Missouri driver’s license;

(2)  Nonexpired or nonexpiring Missouri nondriver’s license;

(3)  A document that satisfies all of the following requirements:

(a)  The document contains the name of the individual to whom the document was issued, and the name substantially conforms to the most recent signature in the individual’s voter registration record;

(b)  The document shows a photograph of the individual;

(c)  The document includes an expiration date, and the document is not expired, or, if expired, the document expired after the date of the most recent general election; and

(d)  The document was issued by the United States or the state of Missouri; or

(4)  Any identification containing a photograph of the individual which is issued by the Missouri National Guard, the United States Armed Forces, or the United States Department of Veteran Affairs to a member or former member of the Missouri National Guard or the United States Armed Forces and that is not expired or does not have an expiration date.

2.

(1)  An individual who appears at a polling place without a form of personal identification described in subsection 1 of this section and who is otherwise qualified to vote at that polling place may execute a statement, under penalty of perjury, averring that the individual is the person listed in the precinct register; averring that the individual does not possess a form of personal identification described in subsection 1 of this section; acknowledging that the individual is eligible to receive a Missouri nondriver’s license free of charge if desiring it in order to vote; and acknowledging that the individual is required to present a form of personal identification, as described in subsection 1 of this section, in order to vote.  Such statement shall be executed and sworn to before the election official receiving the statement.  Upon executing such statement, the individual may cast a regular ballot, provided such individual presents one of the following forms of identification:

(a)  Identification issued by the state of Missouri, an agency of the state, or a local election authority of the state;

(b)  Identification issued by the United States government or agency thereof;

(c)  Identification issued by an institution of higher education, including a university, college, vocational and technical school, located within the state of Missouri;

(d)  A copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document that contains the name and address of the individual;

(e)  Other identification approved by the secretary of state under rules promulgated pursuant to this section.

(2)  For any individual who appears at a polling place without a form of personal identification described in subsection 1 of this section and who is otherwise qualified to vote at that polling place, the election authority may take a picture of such individual and keep it as part of that individual’s voter registration file at the election authority.

(3)  Any individual who chooses not to execute the statement described in subdivision (1) of this subsection may cast a provisional ballot.  Such provisional ballot shall be counted, provided that it meets the requirements of subsection 4 of this section.

(4)  For the purposes of this section, the term “election official” shall include any person working under the authority of the election authority.

3. The statement to be used for voting under subdivision (1) of subsection 2 of this section shall be substantially in the following form:

“State of ______

County of ______

I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that my name is ______; that I reside at ______; that I am the person listed in the precinct register under this name and at this address; and that, under penalty of perjury, I do not possess a form of personal identification approved for voting.  As a person who does not possess a form of personal identification approved for voting, I acknowledge that I am eligible to receive free of charge a Missouri nondriver’s license at any fee office if desiring it in order to vote.  I furthermore acknowledge that I am required to present a form of personal identification, as prescribed by law, in order to vote.

I understand that knowingly providing false information is a violation of law and subjects me to possible criminal prosecution.

__________________

Signature of voter

Subscribed and affirmed before me this ______ day of ______, 20______

__________________

Signature of election official”

4. A voter shall be allowed to cast a provisional ballot under section 115.430 even if the election judges cannot establish the voter’s identity under this section.  The election judges shall make a notation on the provisional ballot envelope to indicate that the voter’s identity was not verified.  The provisional ballot cast by such voter shall not be counted unless:

(1)

(a)  The voter returns to the polling place during the uniform polling hours established by section 115.407 and provides a form of personal identification that allows the election judges to verify the voter’s identity as provided in subsection 1 of this section; or

(b)  The election authority verifies the identity of the individual by comparing that individual’s signature to the signature on file with the election authority and determines that the individual was eligible to cast a ballot at the polling place where the ballot was cast; and

(2)  The provisional ballot otherwise qualifies to be counted under section 115.430.

5. The secretary of state shall provide advance notice of the personal identification requirements of subsection 1 of this section in a manner calculated to inform the public generally of the requirement for forms of personal identification as provided in this section.  Such advance notice shall include, at a minimum, the use of advertisements and public service announcements in print, broadcast television, radio, and cable television media, as well as the posting of information on the opening pages of the official state internet websites of the secretary of state and governor.

6.

(1)  Notwithstanding the provisions of section 136.055 and section 302.181 to the contrary, the state and all fee offices shall provide one nondriver’s license at no cost to any otherwise qualified voter who does not already possess such identification and who desires the identification in order to vote.

(2)  This state and its agencies shall provide one copy of each of the following, free of charge, if needed by an individual seeking to obtain a form of personal identification described in subsection 1 of this section in order to vote:

(a)  A birth certificate;

(b)  A marriage license or certificate;

(c)  A divorce decree;

(d)  A certificate of decree of adoption;

(e)  A court order changing the person’s name;

(f)  A Social Security card reflecting an updated name; and

(g)  Naturalization papers or other documents from the United States Department of State proving citizenship.

Any individual seeking one of the above documents in order to obtain a form of personal identification described in subsection 1 of this section in order to vote may request the secretary of state to facilitate the acquisition of such documents.  The secretary of state shall pay any fee or fees charged by another state or its agencies, or any court of competent jurisdiction in this state or any other state, or the federal government or its agencies, in order to obtain any of the above documents from such state or the federal government.

(3)  All costs associated with the implementation of this section shall be reimbursed from the general revenue of this state by an appropriation for that purpose.  If there is not a sufficient appropriation of state funds, then the personal identification requirements of subsection 1 of this section shall not be enforced.

(4)  Any applicant who requests a nondriver’s license for the purpose of voting shall not be required to pay a fee if the applicant executes a statement, under penalty of perjury, averring that the applicant does not have any other form of personal identification that meets the requirements of this section.  The state of Missouri shall pay the legally required fees for any such applicant.  The director of the department of revenue shall design a statement to be used for this purpose.  The total cost associated with nondriver’s license photo identification under this subsection shall be borne by the state of Missouri from funds appropriated to the department of revenue for that specific purpose.  The department of revenue and a local election authority may enter into a contract that allows the local election authority to assist the department in issuing nondriver’s license photo identifications.

7. The director of the department of revenue shall, by January first of each year, prepare and deliver to each member of the general assembly a report documenting the number of individuals who have requested and received a nondriver’s license photo identification for the purposes of voting under this section.  The report shall also include the number of persons requesting a nondriver’s license for purposes of voting under this section, but not receiving such license, and the reason for the denial of the nondriver’s license.

8. The precinct register shall serve as the voter identification certificate.  The following form shall be printed at the top of each page of the precinct register:

VOTER’S IDENTIFICATION CERTIFICATE

Warning: It is against the law for anyone to vote, or attempt to vote, without having a lawful right to vote.

PRECINCT

WARD OR TOWNSHIP ______

GENERAL (SPECIAL, PRIMARY) ELECTION

Held ______, 20______

Date

I hereby certify that I am qualified to vote at this election by signing my name and verifying my address by signing my initials next to my address.

9. The secretary of state shall promulgate rules to effectuate the provisions of this section.

10. Any rule or portion of a rule, as that term is defined in section 536.010, that is created under the authority delegated in this section shall become effective only if it complies with and is subject to all of the provisions of chapter 536 and, if applicable, section 536.028.  This section and chapter 536 are nonseverable and if any of the powers vested with the general assembly pursuant to chapter 536 to review, to delay the effective date or to disapprove and annul a rule are subsequently held unconstitutional, then the grant of rulemaking authority and any rule proposed or adopted after August 28, 2002, shall be invalid and void.

11. If any voter is unable to sign his name at the appropriate place on the certificate or computer printout, an election judge shall print the name and address of the voter in the appropriate place on the precinct register, the voter shall make his mark in lieu of signature, and the voter’s mark shall be witnessed by the signature of an election judge.

12. This section shall become effective only upon the passage and approval by the voters of a constitutional amendment submitted to them by the general assembly regarding the authorization of photo identification requirements for elections by general law.  If such constitutional amendment is approved by the voters, this section shall become effective June 1, 2017.

115.429.  Person not allowed to vote — complaint may be filed — voter may be required to sign affidavit, when — false affidavit a class one offense. —

1.  The election judges shall not permit any person to vote unless satisfied that such person is the person whose name appears on the precinct register.

2. The identity or qualifications of any person offering to vote may be challenged by any election authority personnel, any registered voter, or any duly authorized challenger at the polling place.  No person whose right to vote is challenged shall receive a ballot until his or her identity and qualifications have been established.

3. Any question of doubt concerning the identity or qualifications of a voter shall be decided by a majority of the judges from the major political parties.  If such election judges decide not to permit a person to vote because of doubt as to his or her identity or qualifications, the person may apply to the election authority as provided in section 115.193 or file a complaint with the elections division of the secretary of state’s office under and pursuant to section 115.219.

4. If the election judges cannot reach a decision on the identity or qualifications of any person, the question shall be decided by the election authority.

5. The election judges or the election authority may require any person whose right to vote is challenged to execute an affidavit affirming his or her qualifications.  The election authority shall furnish to the election judges a sufficient number of blank affidavits of qualification, and the election judges shall enter any appropriate information or comments under the title “Remarks” which shall appear at the bottom of the affidavit.  All executed affidavits of qualification shall be returned to the election authority with the other election supplies.  Any person who makes a false affidavit of qualification shall be guilty of a class one election offense.

115.430.  Provisional ballots, used when, exceptions, procedure, counted when, how — rulemaking authority — free access system established — provisional ballot only used, when — no jurisdiction in state courts to extend polling hours. —

1.  This section shall apply to primary and general elections where candidates for federal or statewide offices are nominated or elected and any election where statewide issue or issues are submitted to the voters.

(1)  A voter claiming to be properly registered in the jurisdiction of the election authority and eligible to vote in an election, but whose eligibility at that precinct cannot be immediately established upon examination of the precinct register, shall be entitled to vote a provisional ballot after providing a form of personal identification required pursuant to section 115.427 or upon executing an affidavit under section 115.427, or may vote at a central polling place as established in section 115.115 where the voter may vote his or her appropriate ballot for his or her precinct of residence upon verification of eligibility or vote a provisional ballot if eligibility cannot be determined.  The provisional ballot provided to a voter under this section shall be the ballot provided to a resident of the voter’s precinct determined by reference to the affidavit provided for in this section.  If the voter declares that the voter is eligible to vote and the election authority determines that the voter is eligible to vote at another polling place, the voter shall be directed to the correct polling place or a central polling place as established by the election authority pursuant to subsection 5 of section 115.115.  If the voter refuses to go to the correct polling place or a central polling place, the voter shall be permitted to vote a provisional ballot at the incorrect polling place, but such ballot shall not be counted if the voter was not eligible to vote at that polling place.

(2)  The following steps shall be taken to establish a voter’s eligibility to vote at a polling place:

(a)  The election judge shall examine the precinct register as provided in section 115.425.  If the voter is registered and eligible to vote at the polling place, the voter shall receive a regular ballot;

(b)  If the voter’s eligibility cannot be immediately established by examining the precinct register, the election judge shall contact the election authority.  If the election authority cannot immediately establish that the voter is registered and eligible to vote at the polling place upon examination of the Missouri voter registration system, or if the election judge is unable to make contact with the election authority immediately, the voter shall be notified that the voter is entitled to a provisional ballot.

(3)  The voter shall have the duty to appear and vote at the correct polling place.  If an election judge determines that the voter is not eligible to vote at the polling place at which a voter presents himself or herself, and if the voter appears to be eligible to vote at another polling place, the voter shall be informed that he or she may cast a provisional ballot at the current polling place or may travel to the correct polling place or a central polling place, as established by the election authority under subsection 5 of section 115.115, where the voter may cast a regular ballot or provisional ballot if the voter’s eligibility still cannot be determined.  Provisional ballots cast at a polling place shall be counted only if the voter was eligible to vote at such polling place as provided in subsection 5 of this section.

(4)  For a voter requesting an absentee ballot in person, such voter shall be entitled to cast a provisional ballot when the voter’s eligibility cannot be immediately established upon examination of the precinct registers or the Missouri voter registration system

(5)  Prior to accepting any provisional ballot at the polling place, the election judges shall determine that the information provided on the provisional ballot envelope by the provisional voter is consistent with the identification provided by such person under section 115.427.

3.

(1)  No person shall be entitled to receive a provisional ballot until such person has completed a provisional ballot affidavit on the provisional ballot envelope.

(2)  The secretary of state shall produce appropriate sizes of provisional ballot envelopes and distribute them to each election authority according to their tabulating system.  All provisional ballot envelopes shall be printed on a distinguishable color of paper that is different from the color of the regular ballot.  The provisional ballot envelope shall be in the form required by subsection 4 of this section.  All provisional ballots shall be marked with a conspicuous stamp or other distinguishing mark that makes them readily distinguishable from the regular ballots.

(3)  Once voted, the provisional ballot shall be placed and sealed in a provisional ballot envelope.

4. The provisional ballot in its envelope shall be deposited in the ballot box.  The provisional ballot envelope shall be completed by the voter for use in determining eligibility.  The provisional ballot envelope specified in this section shall contain a voter’s certificate which shall be in substantially the following form:

STATE OF ______

COUNTY OF ______

I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that my name is ______; that my date of birth is ______; that the last four digits of my Social Security Number are ______; that I am registered to vote in ______ County or City (if a City not within a County), Missouri; that I am a qualified voter of said County (or City not within a County); that I am eligible to vote at this polling place; and that I have not voted in this election.

I understand that if the above-provided information is not correct and the election authority determines that I am not registered and eligible to vote, my vote will not be counted. I further understand that knowingly providing false information is a violation of law and subjects me to possible criminal prosecution.

__________________

(Signature of Voter)

__________________

(Current Address)

Subscribed and affirmed before me this ______ day of ______, 20______

__________________

(Signature of Election Official)

The voter may provide additional information to further assist the election authority in determining eligibility, including the place and date the voter registered to vote, if known.

5.

(1)  Prior to counting any provisional ballot, the election authority shall determine if the voter is registered and eligible to vote and if the vote was properly cast.  The eligibility of provisional votes shall be determined according to the requirements for a voter to cast a ballot in the election as set forth in sections 115.133 and 115.135.  A provisional voter ballot shall not be eligible to be counted until the election authority has determined that:

(a)  The voter cast such provisional ballot at a polling place established for the voter or the central polling place established by the election authority under subsection 5 of section 115.115;

(b)  The individual who cast the provisional ballot is an individual registered to vote in the respective election at the polling place where the ballot was cast;

(c)  The voter did not otherwise vote in the same election by regular ballot, absentee ballot, or otherwise; and

(d)  The information on the provisional ballot envelope is found to be correct, complete, and accurate.

(2)  When the ballot boxes are delivered to the election authority from the polling places, the receiving teams shall separate the provisional ballots from the rest of the ballots and place the sealed provisional ballot envelopes in a separate container.  Teams of election authority employees or teams of election judges with each team consisting of one member of each major political party shall photocopy each provisional ballot envelope, such photocopy to be used by the election authority to determine provisional voter eligibility.  The sealed provisional ballot envelopes shall be placed by the team in a sealed container and shall remain therein until tabulation.

(3)  To determine whether a provisional ballot is valid and entitled to be counted, the election authority shall examine its records and verify that the provisional voter is properly registered and eligible to vote in the election.  If the provisional voter has provided information regarding the registration agency where the provisional voter registered to vote, the election authority shall make an inquiry of the registration agency to determine whether the provisional voter is properly registered and eligible to vote in the election.

(4)  If the election authority determines that the provisional voter is registered and eligible to vote in the election, the election authority shall provide documentation verifying the voter’s eligibility.  Such documentation shall be noted on the copy of the provisional ballot envelope and shall contain substantially the following information:

(a)  The name of the provisional voter;

(b)  The name of the reviewer;

(c)  The date and time; and

(d)  A description of evidence found that supports the voter’s eligibility.

(5)  The local election authority shall record on a provisional ballot acceptance/rejection list the provisional ballot identification number and a notation marking it as accepted.

(6)  If the election authority determines that the provisional voter is not registered or eligible to vote in the election, the election authority shall provide documentation verifying the voter’s ineligibility.  Such documentation shall be noted on the copy of the provisional ballot envelope and shall contain substantially the following information:

(a)  The name of the provisional voter;

(b)  The name of the reviewer;

(c)  The date and time;

(d)  A description of why the voter is ineligible.

(7)  The local election authority shall record on a provisional ballot acceptance/rejection list the provisional ballot identification number and notation marking it as rejected.

(8)  If rejected, a photocopy of the envelope shall be made and used by the election authority as a mail-in voter registration.  The actual provisional ballot envelope shall be kept as ballot material, and the copy of the envelope shall be used by the election authority for registration record keeping.

6. All provisional ballots cast by voters whose eligibility has been verified as provided in this section shall be counted in accordance with the rules governing ballot tabulation.  Provisional ballots shall not be counted until all provisional ballots are determined either eligible or ineligible and all provisional ballots must be processed before the election is certified.  The provisional ballot shall be counted only if the election authority determines that the voter is registered and eligible to vote.  Provisional ballots voted in the wrong polling place shall not be counted.  If the voter is not registered but is qualified to register for future elections, the affidavit shall be considered a mail-in application to register to vote pursuant to this chapter.

7.

(1)  After the election authority completes its review of the provisional voter’s eligibility under subsection 5 of this section, the election authority shall deliver the provisional ballots and copies of the provisional ballot envelopes that include eligibility information to bipartisan counting teams, which may be the board of verification, for review and tabulation.  The election authority shall maintain a record of such delivery.  The record shall include the number of ballots delivered to each team and shall include a signed receipt from two judges, one from each major political party.  The election authority shall provide each team with a ballot box and material necessary for tabulation.

(2)  If the person named on the provisional ballot affidavit is found to have been properly qualified and registered to cast a ballot in the election and the provisional ballot otherwise qualifies to be counted under the provisions of this section, the envelope shall be opened, and the ballot shall be placed in a ballot box to be counted.

(3)  If the person named on the provisional ballot affidavit is found not to have been properly qualified and registered to cast a ballot in the election or if the election authority is unable to determine such person’s right to vote, the envelope containing the provisional ballot shall not be opened, and the person’s vote shall not be counted.  The members of the team shall follow the procedures set forth in subsection 5 of this section for rejected provisional ballots.

(4)  The votes shall be tallied and the returns made as provided in sections 115.447 to 115.525 for paper ballots. After the vote on all ballots assigned to a team have been counted, the ballots, ballot envelopes, and copies of ballot envelopes with the eligibility information provided by the election authority shall be enclosed in sealed containers marked “Voted provisional ballots and ballot envelopes from the election held ______, 20______”.  All rejected provisional ballots, ballot envelopes, and copies of ballot envelopes with the eligibility information provided by the election authority shall be enclosed in sealed containers marked “Rejected provisional ballots and ballot envelopes from the election held ______, 20______”.  On the outside of each voted ballot and rejected ballot container, each member of the team shall write their name and all such containers shall be returned to the election authority.  Upon receipt of the returns and ballots, the election authority shall tabulate the provisional votes.

8. Challengers and watchers, as provided by sections 115.105 and 115.107, may be present during all times that the bipartisan counting teams are reviewing or counting the provisional ballots, the provisional ballot envelopes, or copies of the provisional ballot envelopes that include eligibility information provided by the election authority.  Challengers and watchers shall be permitted to observe the determination of the eligibility of all provisional ballots.  The election authority shall notify the county chair of each major political party of the time and location when bipartisan counting teams will be reviewing or counting the provisional ballots, the provisional ballot envelopes, or the copies of the provisional ballot envelopes that include the eligibility information provided by the election authority.

9. The certificate of ballot cards shall:

(1)  Reflect the number of provisional envelopes delivered; and

(2)  Reflect the number of sealed provisional envelopes with voted ballots deposited in the ballot box.

10. In counties where the voting system does not utilize a paper ballot, the election authority shall provide the appropriate provisional ballots to each polling place.

11. The secretary of state may promulgate rules for purposes of ensuring the uniform application of this section.  No rule or portion of a rule promulgated pursuant to the authority of this section shall become effective unless it has been promulgated pursuant to chapter 536.

12. The secretary of state shall design and provide to the election authorities the envelopes and forms necessary to carry out the provisions of this section.

13. Pursuant to the Help America Vote Act of 2002, the secretary of state shall ensure a free access system is established, such as a toll-free number or an internet website, that any individual who casts a provisional ballot may access to discover whether the vote of that individual was counted, and, if the vote was not counted, the reason that the vote was not counted.  At the time an individual casts a provisional ballot, the election authority shall give the voter written information that states that any individual who casts a provisional ballot will be able to ascertain under such free access system whether the vote was counted, and if the vote was not counted, the reason that the vote was not counted.

14. In accordance with the Help America Vote Act of 2002, any individual who votes in an election as a result of a court order or any other order extending the time established for closing the polls in section 115.407 may vote only by using a provisional ballot, and such provisional ballot shall be separated and held apart from other provisional ballots cast by those not affected by the order.  Such ballots shall not be counted until such time as the ballots are determined to be valid.  No state court shall have jurisdiction to extend the polling hours established by law, including section 115.407.

115.431.  Identification certificates to be initialed by judges and preserved as poll lists. —

Upon satisfactory identification of the voter, two judges of different political parties shall place their initials on the line where the voter signed the precinct register or, if electronic pollbooks are used, two judges of different political parties shall make the appropriate mark on the pollbook.  The computerized or paper precinct register shall then constitute the poll list.

115.433.  Judges to initial paper ballots, when. —

After the voter’s identification certificate has been initialed, two judges of different political parties, or one judge from a major political party and one judge

115.435.  Voter to proceed to voting booth, when. —

After initialing the voter’s identification certificate and after completing any procedures required by section 115.433, the election judges shall allow the voter to proceed to the voting booth and vote.

115.436.  Physically disabled may vote at polling place, procedure. —

1.  In jurisdictions using paper ballots and electronic voting systems, when any physically disabled voter within two hundred feet of a polling place is unable to enter the polling place, two election judges, one of each major political party, shall take a ballot, equipment and materials necessary for voting to the voter.  The voter shall mark the ballot, and the election judges shall place the ballot in an envelope and place it in the ballot box.

2. In jurisdictions using voting machines, when any physically disabled voter within two hundred feet of a polling place is unable to enter the polling place, two election judges, one of each major political party, shall take an absentee ballot to the voter.  The voter shall mark the ballot, and the election judges shall place the ballot in an envelope and place it in the ballot box.

3. Upon request to the election authority, the election authority in any jurisdiction shall designate a polling place accessible to any physically disabled voter other than the polling place to which that voter would normally be assigned to vote, provided that the candidates and issues voted on are consistent for both the designated location and the voting location for the voter’s precinct.  Upon request, the election authority may also assign members of the physically disabled voter’s household and such voter’s caregiver to the same voting location as the physically disabled voter.  In no event shall a voter be assigned under this section to a designated location apart from the established voting location for the voter’s precinct if the voter objects to the assignment to another location.

115.439.  Procedure for voting paper ballot — rulemaking authority. —

1.  If paper ballots are used, the voter shall, immediately upon receiving his ballot, go alone to a voting booth and vote his ballot in the following manner:

(1)  When a voter desires to vote for a candidate, the voter shall place a distinguishing mark immediately beside the name of the candidate for which the voter intends to vote;

(2)  If a write-in line appears on the ballot, the voter may write the name of the person for whom he or she wishes to vote on the line and place a distinguishing mark immediately beside the name;

(3)  If the ballot is one which contains no candidates, the voter shall place a distinguishing mark directly to the left of each “YES” or “NO” he desires to vote.

No voter shall vote for the same person more than once for the same office at the same election.

2. If the voter accidentally spoils his ballot or ballot card or makes an error, he may return it to an election judge and receive another.  The election judge shall mark “SPOILED” across the ballot or ballot card and place it in an envelope marked “SPOILED BALLOTS”.  After another ballot has been prepared in the manner provided in section 115.433, the ballot shall be given to the voter for voting.

3. Any rule or portion of a rule, as that term is defined in section 536.010, that is created under the authority delegated in this section shall become effective only if it complies with and is subject to all of the provisions of chapter 536 and, if applicable, section 536.028.  This section and chapter 536 are nonseverable and if any of the powers vested with the general assembly pursuant to chapter 536 to review, to delay the effective date or to disapprove and annul a rule are subsequently held unconstitutional, then the grant of rulemaking authority and any rule proposed or adopted after August 28, 2002, shall be invalid and void.

115.441.  Delay by voter prohibited. —

Each voter shall vote without undue delay.

115.443.  Paper ballots, how marked — electronic voting machines, how voted. —

1.  Where paper ballots are used, the voter shall, before leaving the voting booth, fold his ballot so that the distinguishing marks are concealed.  The voter shall place his ballot in the ballot box and leave the polling place immediately.

2. Where electronic voting machines are used, the voter shall register his vote as directed in the instructions for use of the machine and leave the polling place immediately.

115.445.  No one but voter in booth, exception. —

1.  Except as provided in subsections 2 and 3 of this section, no one other than the voter shall be permitted in any voting booth or permitted to be in any position where he may see how a voter is voting.

2. If any voter, after entering a voting booth, asks for further instructions concerning the manner of voting, two election judges of different political parties shall give such instructions.  Such judges shall not enter the voting booth unless it is impossible to give the instructions otherwise.  After giving the instructions, the judges shall leave the area and take all necessary measures to insure that the voter casts his vote in secret.

3. If any voter declares under oath to the election judges that he cannot read or write, is blind or has any other physical disability and cannot vote his ballot, he may be assisted by the election judges or by any person of his own choice other than a judge.  If the voter asks for the assistance of election judges, two judges of different political parties shall go to the voting booth and cast his vote as he directs.  If the voter asks for the assistance of someone other than election judges, the assistant shall go to the voting booth with the voter and cast his vote as he directs.  No person, other than election judges and members of such voters’ immediate families, shall assist more than one voter at one election.

4. A child under the age of eighteen shall be allowed to accompany his or her parent, grandparent, or guardian into a voting booth.

Counting of Votes

115.447.  Definitions. —

1.  As used in this subchapter, unless the context clearly implies otherwise, the following terms shall mean:

(1)  “Counting judges” are the two judges, one from each major political party, who read each vote received by all candidates and each vote for and against all questions at a polling place;

(2)  “Receiving judges” are the two judges, one from each major political party, who initial each voter’s ballot at a polling place;

(3)  “Recording judges” are the two judges, one from each major political party, who tally the votes received by each candidate and for and against each question at a polling place.  These terms describe functions rather than individuals, and any election judge may perform more than one function at a polling place on election day.

2. As used in this subchapter, unless the context clearly implies otherwise, the following terms shall mean:

(1)  “Defective ballot” is any ballot card on which the number of write-in votes and votes cast on the ballot card for any office exceed the number allowed by law, and any ballot card which is bent or damaged so that it cannot be properly counted by automatic tabulating equipment;

(2)  “Rejected ballot” is any ballot on which no votes are counted because the ballot fails to have the initials of the proper election judges, because the number of votes for all offices and on all questions exceeds the number authorized by law, because the voter is deemed by the election judges to be unqualified, because it is an absentee ballot not accompanied by a completed and signed affidavit, or because the ballot was voted with unlawful assistance;

(3)  “Spoiled ballot” is any ballot accidentally spoiled by a voter and replaced by election judges in the manner provided in subsection 2* of section 115.439.

115.449.  Ballots, when and how counted. —

1.  As soon as the polls close in each polling place using paper ballots, the election judges shall begin to count the votes.  If earlier counting is begun pursuant to section 115.451, the election judges shall complete the count in the manner provided by this section.  Once begun, no count shall be adjourned or postponed until all proper votes have been counted.

2. One counting judge, closely observed by the other counting judge, shall take the ballots out of the ballot box one at a time and, holding each ballot in such a way that the other counting judge may read it, shall read the name of each candidate properly voted for and the office sought by each.  As each vote is called out, the recording judges shall each record the vote on a tally sheet.  The votes for and against all questions shall likewise be read and recorded.  If more than one political subdivision or special district is holding an election on the same day at the same polling place and using separate ballots, the counting judges may separate the ballots of each political subdivision and special district and first read one set, then the next and so on until all proper votes have been counted.

3. After the recording of all proper votes, the recording judges shall compare their tallies.  When the recording judges agree on the count, they shall sign both of the tally sheets, and one of the recording judges shall announce in a loud voice the total number of votes for each candidate and for and against each question.

4. After the announcement of the vote, the election judges shall record the vote totals in the appropriate places on each statement of returns.  If any tally sheet or statement of returns contains no heading for any question, the election judges shall write the necessary headings on the tally sheet or statement of returns.

115.451.  Judges may read and record votes before polls close, when — procedure to be followed. —

If authorized by the election authority, the election judges may read and record votes before the close of the polls.  If so authorized, the election judges shall use one ballot box for the deposit of ballots during the first hour of voting.  At the end of the hour, the receiving judges shall deliver the ballot box to the counting and recording judges, who shall give the receiving judges a second empty ballot box.  The second ballot box shall be shown to be empty and locked in the manner provided in section 115.423.  The second ballot box shall not be opened or removed from public view from the time it is shown to be empty until the time the polls close or it is removed for counting pursuant to this section.  The ballot box containing the voted ballots shall be taken to a private area within the polling place, and the ballots shall be read and recorded in the manner provided by section 115.449.  In no case shall ballot boxes be switched at less than one hour intervals and then only if twenty-five or more ballots have been voted during the hour.

115.453.  Procedure for counting votes for candidates. —

Election judges shall count votes for all candidates in the following manner:

(1)  No candidate shall be counted as voted for, except a candidate before whose name a distinguishing mark appears preceding the name and a distinguishing mark does not appear in the square preceding the name of any candidate for the same office in another column.  Except as provided in this subdivision and subdivision (2) of this section, each candidate with a distinguishing mark preceding his or her name shall be counted as voted for;

(2)  If distinguishing marks appear next to the names of more candidates for an office than are entitled to fill the office, no candidate for the office shall be counted as voted for.  If more than one candidate is to be nominated or elected to an office, and any voter has voted for the same candidate more than once for the same office at the same election, no votes cast by the voter for the candidate shall be counted;

(3)  No vote shall be counted for any candidate that is not marked substantially in accordance with the provisions of this section.  The judges shall count votes marked substantially in accordance with this section and section 115.456 when the intent of the voter seems clear.  Regulations promulgated by the secretary of state shall be used by the judges to determine voter intent.  No ballot containing any proper votes shall be rejected for containing fewer marks than are authorized by law;

(4)  Write-in votes shall be counted only for candidates for election to office who have filed a declaration of intent to be a write-in candidate for election to office with the proper election authority, who shall then notify the proper filing officer of the write-in candidate prior to 5:00 p.m. on the second Friday immediately preceding the election day; except that, write-in votes shall be counted only for candidates for election to state or federal office who have filed a declaration of intent to be a write-in candidate for election to state or federal office with the secretary of state pursuant to section 115.353 prior to 5:00 p.m. on the second Friday immediately preceding the election day.  No person who filed as a party or independent candidate for nomination or election to an office may, without withdrawing as provided by law, file as a write-in candidate for election to the same office for the same term.  No candidate who files for nomination to an office and is not nominated at a primary election may file a declaration of intent to be a write-in candidate for the same office at the general election.  When declarations are properly filed with the secretary of state, the secretary of state shall promptly transmit copies of all such declarations to the proper election authorities for further action pursuant to this section.  The election authority shall furnish a list to the election judges and counting teams prior to election day of all write-in candidates who have filed such declaration.  This subdivision shall not apply to elections wherein candidates are being elected to an office for which no candidate has filed.  No person shall file a declaration of intent to be a write-in candidate for election to any municipal office unless such person is qualified to be certified as a candidate under section 115.306;

(5)  Write-in votes shall be cast and counted for a candidate without party designation.  Write-in votes for a person cast with a party designation shall not be counted.  Except for candidates for political party committees, no candidate shall be elected as a write-in candidate unless such candidate receives a separate plurality of the votes without party designation regardless of whether or not the total write-in votes for such candidate under all party and without party designations totals a majority of the votes cast;

(6)  When submitted to the election authority, each declaration of intent to be a write-in candidate for the office of United States president shall include the name of a candidate for vice president and the name of nominees for presidential elector equal to the number to which the state is entitled.  At least one qualified resident of each congressional district shall be nominated as presidential elector.  Each such declaration of intent to be a write-in candidate shall be accompanied by a declaration of candidacy for each presidential elector in substantially the form set forth in subsection 3 of section 115.399.  Each declaration of candidacy for the office of presidential elector shall be subscribed and sworn to by the candidate before the election official receiving the declaration of intent to be a write-in, notary public or other officer authorized by law to administer oaths.

115.455.  Procedure for counting votes on questions. —

Election judges shall count votes on each question in the following manner:

(1)  If a distinguishing mark appears immediately beside or below the “YES”, the question shall be counted as voted for.  If a distinguishing mark appears immediately beside or below the “NO”, the question shall be counted as voted against;

(2)  If a distinguishing mark appears immediately beside or below the “YES” and immediately beside or below the “NO”, the question shall neither be counted as voted for nor as voted against.

115.456.  Responsibilities of election authority — counting optical scan ballots — counting paper ballots — marks indicating political party preference, how construed. —

1.

(1)  The election authority shall be responsible for ensuring that the standards provided for in this subsection are followed when counting ballots cast using optical scan voting systems.

(2)  Prior to tabulating ballots, all machines shall be programmed to reject blank ballots where no votes are recorded or where an overvote is registered in any race.

(3)  In jurisdictions using precinct-based tabulators, the voter who cast the ballot shall review the ballot if rejected, if the voter wishes to make any changes to the ballot, or if the voter would like to spoil the ballot and receive another ballot.

(4)  In jurisdictions using centrally based tabulators, if a ballot is so rejected it shall be reviewed by a bipartisan team using the following criteria:

(a)  If a ballot is determined to be damaged, the bipartisan team shall spoil the original ballot and duplicate the voter’s intent on the new ballot, provided that there is an undisputed method of matching the duplicate card with its original after it has been placed with the remainder of the ballot cards from such precinct; and

(b)  Voter intent shall be determined using the following criteria:

a. There is a distinguishing mark in the printed oval or divided arrow adjacent to the name of the candidate or issue preference;

b. There is a distinguishing mark adjacent to the name of the candidate or issue preference; or

c. The name of the candidate or issue preference is circled.

(5)  In jurisdictions using optical scan systems, a valid vote for a write-in candidate shall include the following:

(a)  A distinguishing mark in the designated location preceding the name of the candidate;

(b)  The name of the candidate.  If the name of the candidate as written by the voter is substantially as declared by the candidate it shall be counted, or in those circumstances where the names of candidates are similar, the names of candidates as shown on voter registration records shall be counted; and

(c)  The name of the office for which the candidate is to be elected.

(6)  Whenever a hand recount of votes of optical scan ballots is ordered, the provisions of this subsection shall be used to determine voter intent.

2.

(1)  The election authority shall be responsible for ensuring that the standards provided for in this subsection are followed when counting ballots cast using paper ballots.

(2)  Voter intent shall be determined using the following criteria:

(a)  There is a distinguishing mark in the square adjacent to the name of the candidate or issue preference;

(b)  There is a distinguishing mark adjacent to the name of the candidate or issue preference; or

(c)  The name of the candidate or issue preference is circled.

(3)  In jurisdictions using paper ballots, a valid vote for a write-in candidate shall include the following:

(a)  A distinguishing mark in the square immediately preceding the name of the candidate;

(b)  The name of the candidate.  If the name of the candidate as written by the voter is substantially as declared by the candidate it shall be counted, or in those circumstances where the names of candidates are similar, the names of candidates as shown on voter registration records shall be counted; and

(c)  The name of the office for which the candidate is to be elected.

(4)  Whenever a hand recount of votes of paper ballots is ordered, the provisions of this subsection shall be used to determine voter intent.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a distinguishing mark indicating a general preference for or against the candidates of one political party shall not be considered a vote for or against any specific candidate.

115.457.  Uninitialed ballots rejected, exception. —

If a ballot appears without the initials of two election judges, the ballot shall be rejected, except when it appears the absence of initials is due to a mistake of the election judges and that the ballot is otherwise legal and proper.

115.459.  Duties of judges after polls close (paper ballots). —

At each polling place using paper ballots, after the polling place is closed, the election judges shall

(1)  Certify in the tally book the number of ballots cast, the number of identification certificates signed, the number of rejected and spoiled ballots and the number of ballots received at the polling place which were not cast at the election.  If the number of signed identification certificates is not the same as the number of ballots cast, the judges shall make a signed statement of the fact and the reasons therefor if known and shall return the statement with the statements of returns;

(2)  Certify on two statements of returns the number of votes received by each candidate and for and against each question.  No returns shall be signed in blank or before the polls have closed and all proper votes cast at the polling place have been counted;

(3)  Certify that each statement made in the tally book and on each statement of returns is correct.  If any judge declines to certify that all such statements are correct, he shall state his reasons in writing, which shall be attached to each statement of returns and returned with the statement to the election authority.

115.461.  Tally book, form of — tally sheet, form of — statements of returns, form of (paper ballots). —

1.  The tally book for each polling place using paper ballots shall be in substantially the following form:

Tally book for ______ precincts, at the general (special, primary) election held on the ______ day of ______, 20______ AB, CD, EF, and XP judges, and ZR and LT, watchers and BH and SP challengers at this polling place, were sworn as the law directs before beginning their duties.

We hereby certify:

The number of ballots received at this polling place is ______;

The information on the official ballots received at this polling place is the same as the information on the sample ballots received at this polling place.

AB

CD   Election Judges

EF

XP

We hereby certify:

The number of ballots cast at this polling place is ______;

The number of identification certificates signed at this polling place is ______;

The number of rejected ballots at this polling place is ______;

The number of spoiled ballots at this polling place is ______;

The number of ballots received at this polling place which were not cast at this election is ______;

AB

CD

EF

XP

2. At each polling place using paper ballots, two tally sheets shall be included in each tally book.  The tally sheets shall be in substantially the following form:

NAMES OF PERSONS VOTED FOR AND

FOR WHAT OFFICE AND THE NUMBER

OF VOTES CAST FOR EACH PERSON

Office    Candidates          Tally of Votes     Total Votes

MC

Governor             HK

EH

Representative   SS

in            RK

Congress             CB

VOTES FOR AND AGAINST EACH QUESTION

Question              Tally of votes FOR            Tally of votes AGAINST   Total of votes FOR           Total of votes AGAINST

  1.  To_____

______

______

  1. To_____

______

__________________                    __________________

Signature of Recording                  Signature of Recording

Judge                    Judge

(of different political party)

3. At each polling place using paper ballots, two statements of returns shall be provided to the election judges.  The statements of returns shall be in substantially the following form:

We hereby certify that MC had ______ votes for governor, and HK had ______ votes for governor and EH had ______ votes for governor; that SS had ______ votes for representative in Congress, etc.

We hereby certify that proposition number 1 received ______ votes for and ______ votes against; constitutional amendment number 1 received ______ votes for and ______ votes against, etc.

We, the duly qualified and acting Judges of the polling place for ______ precincts, at the general (special, primary) election held on the ______ of ______, 20______, in ______ county (City of St. Louis, Kansas City), Missouri do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full and accurate return of all votes cast at this polling place for all candidates and for and against all questions.

AB

CD   Election Judges

EF

XP

115.463.  Procedure after statements of returns signed (paper ballots). —

Immediately after signing the statements of returns, the election judges shall enclose the voted ballots, tally books, tally sheets, statements of returns and other election supplies in containers designated by the election authority.

115.465.  Procedure for returning voted ballots (paper ballots). —

1.  If the election authority directs the voted ballots to be returned in a ballot box, the box shall be locked and the key removed.  Each election judge shall write his name on a strip of paper which shall be pasted over the keyhole of the ballot box and extended over the upper lid of the box and over the top for some distance.  The strip shall be pasted in such a manner that the signatures extend across the keyhole and place of opening so that if the box is opened or the key inserted in the keyhole, the paper will be torn and the signatures destroyed.  The paper shall be fastened with an adhesive material which will not permit removal of the strip without defacing it.

2. If the election authority directs the voted ballots to be returned in an envelope or other container, the container shall be sealed.  Each election judge shall write his name on a strip of paper which shall be pasted over the opening of the container.  The strip shall be pasted in such a manner that the signatures extend across the place of opening so that if the container is opened, the paper will be torn and the signatures destroyed.  The paper shall be fastened with an adhesive material which will not permit removal of the strip without defacing it.

3. On the outside of the ballot box or other container in which the ballots are returned, the location of the polling place and the date of the election shall be printed.

115.467.  Duties of judges after polls close (electronic voting). —

1.  As soon as the polls close in each polling place using an electronic voting system, the election judges shall secure the marking devices against further voting and begin to count the write-in votes.  If earlier counting of write-in votes is begun pursuant to section 115.469, the election judges shall complete the count in the manner provided in this section.  Once begun, the count shall not be adjourned or postponed until all proper write-in votes in the ballot box have been counted.

2. The election judges shall remove the ballot cards from the ballot box and separate the ballots with write-in votes from those without write-in votes.  If there is a separate form for write-in votes, all forms on which write-in votes have been recorded shall be consecutively numbered, starting with the number one, and the same number shall be placed on the ballot card of the voter.  Where tallying of write-in votes is to be done at the polling place, the election judges shall compare the write-in votes with the votes cast on the ballot card.  If the total number of votes including write-in votes for any office exceeds the number allowed by law, or if a voter has voted more than once for the same person for the same office at the same election, a notation of the fact shall be noted on the back of the ballot card, and it shall be returned with the write-in form, if any, to the counting location in an envelope marked “DEFECTIVE BALLOTS”.

3. All proper write-in votes shall be read, recorded and counted as provided in sections 115.449 and 115.453.  No write-in vote shall be counted for any candidate for any office whose name appears on the ballot label as a candidate for the office, except when more than one person is to be nominated or elected to an office.  When more than one person is to be nominated or elected to an office, the voter may write in the names of one or more persons whose names do not appear on the ballot label with or without the names of one or more persons whose names do appear.

4. If any ballot card is damaged so that it cannot properly be counted by the automatic tabulating equipment, the fact shall be noted on the back of the ballot card and it shall be returned to the counting location in the envelope marked “DEFECTIVE BALLOTS”.

115.468.  Write-in votes may be tallied at counting center. —

At the discretion of the election authority, the verification and tallying of write-in votes may be done at the counting center by teams of election authority employees in lieu of at the polling place.

115.469.  Write-in votes, when counted — procedure to follow. —

1.  If authorized by the election authority, the election judges at any polling place using an electronic voting system may read and record write-in votes before the close of the polls and may send other voted ballots to the counting place.  If so authorized, the election judges shall use one ballot box for the deposit of ballots during the first five hours of voting.  Between eleven o’clock in the morning and twelve noon, the receiving judges shall deliver the ballot box to the counting and recording judges, who shall give the receiving judges a second empty ballot box.  The second ballot box shall be shown to be empty and locked in the manner provided in section 115.423.  The second ballot box shall not be opened or removed from public view from the time it is shown to be empty until the time the polls close.  The ballot box containing the voted ballots shall be taken to a private area within the polling place, and the write-in votes shall be read and recorded in the manner provided in section 115.467.

2. If early counting of write-in votes is begun pursuant to this section, the election judges shall, after counting and recording all proper write-in votes, separate all ballot cards, except defective ballot cards, from the write-in forms if any.  The ballots which do not have write-in votes shall then be sent to the counting place in the same manner as ballots are sent upon the close of the polls.  The election judges shall enclose the ballot cards, the envelope marked “DEFECTIVE BALLOTS”, and all write-in forms containing proper votes, in a container designated by the election authority.  The container shall be securely sealed in such a manner that if the container is opened, the seal will be broken beyond repair.  On the outside of the container, the location of the polling place and the date of the election shall be printed.  After sealing, the container shall be closely watched by the election judges until it is delivered to the counting location.

3. If early counting of write-in votes is begun pursuant to this section, the election authority shall appoint a team of employees or election judges who shall, between the hours of eleven o’clock in the morning and three o’clock in the afternoon, receive the ballot container from the election judges at the polling place and immediately deliver it to the counting location.  Each team appointed pursuant to this subsection shall consist of two members, one from each major political party.  If any ballot container is not sealed when it is delivered to the counting location, the election official receiving the container shall make a statement of the fact which includes the location of the polling place and the date of the election printed on the container and the reason the container is not sealed, if known.

4. After delivery to the counting location, any ballot which is damaged and cannot be properly counted by the automatic tabulating equipment may be handcounted or duplicated in the manner provided in subsection 3 of section 115.477.

5. After delivery to the counting location, the proper votes on each ballot card may be transferred to magnetic tapes.  Under no circumstances shall any such tape be read or interpreted until after the time fixed by law for the close of the polls and then only in the manner provided in section 115.477.

6. Write-in ballots may also be counted as provided in section 115.45l.

115.471.  Certification of tally book and statements of returns as to write-in votes (electronic voting). —

At each polling place using an electronic voting system, after the polling place is closed, the election judges shall

(1)  Certify in the tally book:  the number of ballots cast by reconciling the ballot stubs against the number of identification certificates signed; the number of defective and spoiled ballots; the number of ballots with write-in votes; and the number of ballots received at the polling place which were not cast at the election.  If the number of signed identification certificates is not the same as the number of ballots cast, the judges shall make a signed statement of the fact and the reasons therefor, if known, and shall return the statement with the statements of returns;

(2)  Where tallying of write-in votes is to be done at the polling place, certify on two statements of returns the number of write-in votes received by each candidate.  No returns shall be signed in blank or before the polls have closed and all proper write-in votes cast at the polling place have been counted;

(3)  Certify that each statement made in the tally book and on each statement of returns is correct.  If any judge declines to certify that all such statements are correct, he shall state his reasons in writing, which shall be attached to each statement of returns and returned with the statement to the election authority.

115.473.  Tally book, form of (electronic voting). —

1.  The tally book for each polling place using an electronic voting system shall be in substantially the following form:

Tally book for ______ precincts, at the general (special, primary) election held on the ______ day of ______, 20______ AB, CD, EF, and XP judges; and ZR and LT, watchers; and BH and SP, challengers, at this polling place, were sworn as the law directs before beginning their duties.

We hereby certify:

The number of ballots received at this polling place is ______;

The information on the ballot cards and ballot labels received at this polling place is the same as the information on the sample ballots received at this polling place.

AB

CD   Election Judges

EF

XP

We hereby certify:

The number of ballots cast at this polling place is ______;

The number of identification certificates signed at this polling place is ______;

The number of defective ballots at this polling place is ______;

The number of spoiled ballots at this polling place is ______;

The number of voters casting proper write-in votes at this polling place is ______;

The number of ballots received at this polling place which were not cast at this election is ______;

AB

CD   Election Judges

EF

XP

2. Where tallying of write-in votes is to be done at the polling place, at each polling place using an electronic voting system, two tally sheets shall be included in each tally book.  The tally sheets shall be used to record the proper write-in votes and shall be in substantially the same form provided in subsection 2 of section 115.461.

3. Where tallying of write-in votes is to be done at the polling place, at each polling place using an electronic voting system, two statements of returns shall be provided to the election judges.  The statements of returns shall be in substantially the following form:

We hereby certify that BK had ______ write-in votes for governor, and SF had ______ write-in votes for governor, that JH had ______ write-in votes for representative in Congress, etc. We, the duly qualified and acting judges of the polling place for ______ precincts, at the general (special, primary) election held on the ______ day of ______, 20______, in ______ County (City of St. Louis, Kansas City), Missouri, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full and accurate return of all write-in votes cast at this polling place for all candidates.

AB

CD   Election Judges

EF

XP

115.475.  Return of ballots, memory cards, and election materials, procedure for (electronic voting). —

1.  As soon as possible after signing the statements of returns, the election judges shall seal and enclose the ballots, electronic voting machine memory cards, write-in forms containing no votes, the unused ballots and other election supplies in containers designated by the election authority.

2. Immediately after the election materials have been placed in the proper containers, the two supervisory judges shall together deliver the containers to the counting location or other place designated by the election authority.  If any container is not sealed when it is delivered to the counting location or other place designated by the election authority, the election official receiving the container shall make a statement of the fact which includes the location of the polling place and the date of the election printed on the container and the reason the container is not sealed, if known.

3. If the election authority has directed the supervisory judges to deliver election materials to a place other than the counting location, the election authority shall appoint at least one team of election judges who shall receive the containers from the supervisory judges and immediately deliver them to the counting location.  Each team appointed pursuant to this subsection shall consist of two election judges or employees of the election authority, one from each major political party.

115.477.  Ballots, procedure for counting (electronic voting). —

1.  In each jurisdiction using an electronic voting system, all proceedings at the counting location shall be under the direction of the election authority.  The election authority shall appoint two judges, one from each major political party, to be present and observe the count.  The counting shall be open to the public, but no persons, except those employed and authorized for the purpose, shall touch any ballot, ballot container or return.

2. The automatic tabulating equipment shall produce a return showing the total number of votes cast for each candidate and on each question at each polling place and in the jurisdiction as a whole.

3. If any ballot is damaged and cannot be properly counted by the automatic tabulating equipment, it may be handcounted in the manner provided for absentee ballots, or a true duplicate copy may be made of the defective ballot.  If any ballot contains a number of votes and write-in votes for any office which exceeds the number allowed by law, it may be handcounted in the manner provided for absentee ballots, a true duplicate copy be made which does not include the invalid votes or, at the discretion of the election judges, a self-adhesive removable label, sensitized, may be placed over any mark to allow the ballot to be processed through the automatic tabulating equipment.  The duplication of each ballot shall be closely observed by two election judges or employees of the election authority, one from each major political party.  Each duplicate ballot shall be clearly labeled “duplicate”, shall bear a serial number which shall be recorded on the defective ballot, and shall be counted in lieu of the defective ballot.

115.479.  Tabulating equipment to be tested, when (electronic voting). —

In each jurisdiction using an electronic voting system, the election authority shall, after the count has been completed and the results received, have the automatic tabulating equipment tested to ascertain that the equipment has correctly counted the votes for all offices and on all questions.  The test shall be observed by at least two persons designated by the election authority, one from each major political party, and shall be open to the public.  The test shall be conducted by processing the same preaudited group of ballots used in the preelection test provided for in section 115.233.  If any error is detected, the cause shall be ascertained and corrected, and an errorless count shall be made before the final results are announced.  After the completion of an errorless count, the programs and the ballots shall be sealed, retained and disposed of as provided for paper ballots.

115.481.  Official return of polling place, contents of (electronic voting). —

The final and correct return printed by the automatic tabulating equipment added to the write-in, absentee and handcounted votes shall be the official return of each polling place and the jurisdiction.

115.483.  Duties of judge after polls close (voting machines). —

1.  As soon as the polls close in each polling place using electronic voting machines, the election judges shall secure each voting machine against further voting and proceed to count the votes.  Once begun, the count shall not be adjourned or postponed until all proper votes have been counted.

2. The election judges shall open the counting compartment on each voting machine or, if a machine is equipped with a device for printing, embossing or photographing the registering counters, the judges shall operate the machine to produce a record of the counters.  One counting judge shall read the total vote cast for each candidate and for and against each question on each machine.  The other counting judge shall watch and verify each total as it is being read from the recording counters or from the record of the counters.  The two recording judges shall each record the votes cast for each candidate and for and against each question as they are called out and verified by the counting judges.

3. All proper write-in votes shall be read, recorded and counted as provided in sections 115.449 and 115.453.  No write-in vote shall be counted for any candidate for any office whose name appears on the ballot label as a candidate for the office, except when more than one person is to be nominated or elected to an office.  When more than one person is to be nominated or elected to an office, the voter may write in the names of one or more persons whose names do not appear on the ballot label with or without the names of one or more persons whose names do appear.  No write-in vote shall be counted unless it is cast in the appropriate place on the machine.

4. If more than one voting machine is used in a polling place, the election judges shall read, verify and record all the totals from the first machine before proceeding to the second, and so on, until all of the totals on each machine in the polling place have been read, verified and recorded.  The total number of votes from each machine shall be added to the write-in votes to determine the total vote for each candidate and for and against each question.

115.491.  Supervisory judges to return ballots and supplies to election authority, when. —

1.  Except as otherwise expressly provided in this subchapter, the two supervisory judges, one from each major political party, shall return the voted ballots, the ballots marked “REJECTED”, “SPOILED”, and “DEFECTIVE”, the tally sheets, tally books and statements of returns, the registration records and other election supplies from each polling place to the election authority as soon as possible, but in no case later than two hours after the signing of the returns at the polling place.  The election authority shall keep its office open until all ballots, returns and other election materials have been received.  If any voted ballot container is not sealed, the election authority shall make a written statement of the facts which includes the location of the polling place and date of the election printed on the container and the reason the container is not sealed, if known.

2. If the election authority directs the voted ballots to be returned in a ballot box, one supervisory judge shall return the ballot box, one set of tally sheets and one statement of returns.  The other supervisory judge shall return the keys to the ballot box, the tally book, the other set of tally sheets and the other statement of returns.  If the election authority directs the voted ballots or write-in votes to be returned in sacks or other containers, one supervisory judge shall return the containers of voted ballots, one set of tally sheets and one statement of returns.  The other supervisory judge shall return the other set of tally sheets and the other statement of returns.

115.493.  Ballots and records to be kept twenty-two months, may be inspected, when. —

The election authority shall keep all voted ballots, ballot cards, processed ballot materials in electronic form and write-in forms, and all applications, statements, certificates, affidavits and computer programs relating to each election for twenty-two months after the date of the election.  During the time that voted ballots, ballot cards, processed ballot materials in electronic form and write-in forms are kept by the election authority, it shall not open or inspect them or allow anyone else to do so, except upon order of a legislative body trying an election contest, a court or a grand jury.  After twenty-two months, the ballots, ballot cards, processed ballot materials in electronic form, write-in forms, applications, statements, certificates, affidavits and computer programs relating to each election may be destroyed.  If an election contest, grand jury investigation or civil or criminal case relating to the election is pending at the time, however, the materials shall not be destroyed until the contest, investigation or case is finally determined.

115.495.  Electronic voting machine to be kept secured — machine unlocked, when — election contest, initial election data to be removed and secured before subsequent election. —

1.  After being secured against further voting by the election judges, electronic voting machines shall remain secured for the period provided by law for filing an election contest and as much longer as may be necessary or advisable because of any threatened or pending contest, grand jury investigation, or civil or criminal case relating to the election.  During this time, the electronic voting machines shall not be unsecured, except upon order of a court, grand jury or legislative body trying an election contest.

2. Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection 1 of this section to the contrary, when an election is required by law to be held after an election during any period of time described in subsection 1 of this section, the data of the electronic voting machine relating to the initial election shall be removed and secured and such machine shall be made available for use in the subsequent election.

115.497.  Verification board to convene, when. —

As soon as practicable after each election, the election authority shall convene a verification board to verify the count and certify the results of the election.

115.499.  Verification board, how constituted. —

1.  Where the election authority is a board of election commissioners, the board of election commissioners shall be the verification board.

2. Where the election authority is a county clerk, the county clerk and two verification judges, one from each major political party, shall be the verification board.  The county clerk may, as he deems necessary, designate an even number of additional verification judges, one-half from one major political party and one-half from the other major political party.  The verification judges shall possess the same qualifications as election judges.  Not later than the second Tuesday preceding an election, the county clerk shall request and the county committee of each major political party in the jurisdiction of the election authority shall submit to the election authority a list containing the names of at least six persons qualified to serve on the verification board.  Not later than the first Tuesday preceding the election, the election authority shall appoint not less than one person from each of the lists to serve on the verification board.  If either county committee fails to present the prescribed number of names of qualified persons by the time prescribed, the election authority shall select and appoint a member or members of the verification board from the party.

115.501.  Verification board, duties of — meetings, when. —

As soon as possible after an election in which paper ballots or ballot cards are used, the verification board shall meet and check the addition and figures on all tally sheets and statements of returns and shall compare its record with the returns made by the election judges and the election authority on the day of the election.  Before meeting, the verification board shall give notice of the time and place of the meeting to each independent and new party candidate and the chairman of the county committee of each political party named on the ballot at the election.  The meeting and proceedings of the verification board shall be open to a representative of each independent candidate and political party named on the ballot.  If there is a discrepancy between the returns of the election judges and the election authority and the record of the verification board, the verification board shall correct the returns made by the judges and election authority to conform to its record.  The corrected returns shall supersede the returns made by the election judges and the election authority on election day.  Both the record and the returns shall be retained by the election authority as provided in section 115.493.

115.503.  Verification board to inspect or cause inspection of secured electronic voting machines. —

1.  As soon as possible after an election in which electronic voting machines are used, the verification board, or a bipartisan committee appointed by the verification board, shall inspect each secured electronic voting machine and record the votes cast on the machine.  In precincts where electronic voting machines equipped with printed election returns mechanisms are used, the counter compartment shall not be opened and the original and duplicate originals of the printed return sheets of the votes cast on questions and for candidates regularly nominated, or who have duly filed, together with the tabulation and inclusion of any votes written in on the paper roll for those not regularly nominated, or who have not filed, shall constitute the official return sheet for the votes cast on that machine, when properly certified by the precinct election officers.  One copy of such printed return sheet shall be returned to the election authority and retained by it for not less than one year.  Any bipartisan committee appointed pursuant to this subsection shall consist of at least two people, one from each major political party, who shall be appointed in the same manner and possess the same qualifications as election judges.

2. After the verification board or committee has completed its inspection and record, it shall compare the record with the returns made by the election judges on election day.  If there is a discrepancy between the returns of the election judges and the record of the verification board or committee, the verification board shall correct the returns made by the judges to conform to its record.  The corrected returns shall supersede the returns made by the election judges on election day.  Both the record and the returns shall be retained by the election authority as provided in section 115.493.

115.505.  Corrected returns prima facie evidence in election contests. —

In case of an election contest, the corrected returns of the verification board shall be prima facie evidence of the vote at the election to the same extent and in the same manner as are the returns of the election judges and election authority on election day.

115.507.  Announcement of results by verification board, contents, when due — abstract of votes to be official returns. —

1.  Not later than the second Tuesday after the election, the verification board shall issue a statement announcing the results of each election held within its jurisdiction and shall certify the returns to each political subdivision and special district submitting a candidate or question at the election.  The statement shall include a categorization of the number of regular and absentee votes cast in the election, and how those votes were cast; provided however, that absentee votes shall not be reported separately where such reporting would disclose how any single voter cast his or her vote.  When absentee votes are not reported separately the statement shall include the reason why such reporting did not occur.  Nothing in this section shall be construed to require the election authority to tabulate absentee ballots by precinct on election night.

2. The verification board shall prepare the returns by drawing an abstract of the votes cast for each candidate and on each question submitted to a vote of people in its jurisdiction by the state and by each political subdivision and special district at the election.  The abstract of votes drawn by the verification board shall be the official returns of the election.

3. Any home rule city with more than four hundred thousand inhabitants and located in more than one county may by ordinance designate one of the election authorities situated partially or wholly within that home rule city to be the verification board that shall certify the returns of such city submitting a candidate or question at any election and shall notify each verification board within the city of that designation by providing each with a copy of such duly adopted ordinance.  Not later than the second Tuesday after any election in any city making such a designation, each verification board within the city shall certify the returns of such city submitting a candidate or question at the election to the election authority so designated by the city to be its verification board, and such election authority shall announce the results of the election and certify the cumulative returns to the city in conformance with subsections 1 and 2 of this section not later than ten days thereafter.

4. Not later than the second Tuesday after each election at which the name of a candidate for nomination or election to the office of president of the United States, United States senator, representative in Congress, governor, lieutenant governor, state senator, state representative, judge of the circuit court, secretary of state, attorney general, state treasurer, or state auditor, or at which an initiative, referendum, constitutional amendment or question of retaining a judge subject to the provisions of Article V, Sections 25(a) to 25(g)* of the State Constitution, appears on the ballot in a jurisdiction, the election authority of the jurisdiction shall mail or deliver to the secretary of state the abstract of the votes given in its jurisdiction, by polling place or precinct, for each such office and on each such question.  If mailed, the abstract shall be enclosed in a strong, sealed envelope or envelopes.  On the outside of each envelope shall be printed:  “Returns of election held in the county of ______ (City of St. Louis, Kansas City) on the ______ day of ______, ______,”, etc.

115.508.  Certification of election prohibited prior to noon on Friday after election day. —

Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, no election authority or verification board shall certify election results, as required under section 115.507, before noon on the Friday after election day.

115.509.  Messenger to be sent for abstract of votes, when. —

If the secretary of state fails to receive any abstract for one mail after it is due, he shall dispatch a messenger to the county not returned, with the direction to deliver the abstract, unless circumstances clearly justify a longer delay, which in no case shall exceed thirty days.

115.511.  Board of state canvassers to convene, when — secretary of state to announce results, when. —

1.  The secretary of state shall convene the board of state canvassers to total the abstracts of each primary election and the board shall, not later than two weeks after receiving all required abstracts from the primary election, issue a statement announcing the results of the primary election for federal officers, governor, lieutenant governor, state senators and representatives, circuit judges, secretary of state, attorney general, state treasurer and state auditor.

2. The secretary of state shall convene the board of state canvassers to total the abstracts of each general election and the board shall, not later than the second Tuesday in December following the general election, issue a statement announcing the results of the general election for federal officers, governor, lieutenant governor, state senators and representatives, circuit judges, appellate and circuit judges subject to the provisions of Article V, Section 25 of the State Constitution, secretary of state, attorney general, state treasurer and state auditor.

3. The secretary of state shall convene the board of state canvassers to total the abstracts of each special election at which the name of a candidate for nomination or election to the office of United States senator, representative in Congress, governor, lieutenant governor, state senator, state representative, circuit judge not subject to the provisions of Article V, Section 25 of the State Constitution, secretary of state, attorney general, state treasurer or state auditor, or at which an initiative, referendum or constitutional amendment appears on the ballot, and the board shall, not later than two weeks after receiving all required abstracts from the election, issue a statement announcing the results of the election for such office or on such question.

115.512.  Votes for gubernatorial candidates, how reported. —

Each election authority shall report the vote for each candidate for governor by committee district for each congressional district, senatorial district, and legislative district wholly or partially contained within the jurisdiction of the election authority to the chairman of the county committee of each established political party and to the secretary of state.

115.513.  Evidence of fraud or violation of law discovered by verification board to be reported. —

If any verification board, bipartisan committee, election authority or the secretary of state obtains evidence of fraud or any violation of law during a verification, it shall present such evidence immediately to the proper authorities.

115.515.  Tie vote in primary election, procedure to be followed. —

1.  If two or more persons receive an equal number of votes for nomination as a party’s candidate for any federal office, governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, state treasurer, state auditor, circuit judge not subject to the provisions of Article V, Sections 25(a) to 25(g)* of the State Constitution, state senator or state representative, and a higher number of votes than any other candidate for the same office on the same party ballot, the governor shall, immediately after the results of the election have been announced, issue a proclamation stating the fact and ordering a special primary election to determine the party’s nominee for the office.  The proclamation shall set the date of the election, which shall be not less than fourteen or more than thirty days after the proclamation is issued, and shall be sent by the governor to each election authority responsible for conducting the special primary election.  In the proclamation, the governor shall specify the name of each candidate for the office to be voted on at the election, and the special primary election shall be conducted and the votes counted as in other primary elections.

2. If two or more persons receive an equal number of votes for nomination as a party’s candidate for any other office, except party committeeman or committeewoman, and a higher number of votes than any other candidate for the same office on the same party ballot, the officer with whom such candidates filed their declarations of candidacy shall, immediately after the results of the election have been certified, issue a proclamation stating the fact and ordering a special primary election to determine the party’s nominee for the office.  The proclamation shall set the date of the election, which shall be not less than fourteen or more than thirty days after the proclamation is issued, and shall be sent by the officer to each election authority responsible for conducting the special primary election.  In the proclamation, the officer shall specify the name of each candidate for the office to be voted on at the election, and the special primary election shall be conducted and the votes counted as in other primary elections.

3. As an alternative to the procedure prescribed in subsections 1 and 2 of this section, if the candidates who received an equal number of votes in such election agree to the procedure prescribed in this subsection, the officer with whom such candidates filed their declarations of candidacy may, after notification of the time and place of such drawing given to each such candidate at least five days before such drawing, determine the winner of such election by lot.  Any candidate who received an equal number of votes may decline to have his or her name put into such drawing.

115.517.  Tie vote in general election, procedure to be followed. —

1.  If two or more persons receive an equal number of votes for election to the office of governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state auditor, state treasurer or attorney general, and a higher number of votes than any other candidate for the same office, the secretary of state shall, immediately after the results of the election have been announced, issue a proclamation stating the fact, and the general assembly shall, by joint vote and without delay at its next regular session, choose one of such persons for the office.  The speaker of the house shall file a certificate declaring which person has been elected to the office with the secretary of state.

2. If two or more persons receive an equal number of votes for election to federal office, state senator, state representative or circuit judge not subject to the provisions of Article V, Section 25 of the State Constitution, and a higher number of votes than any other candidate for the same office, the governor shall, immediately after the results of the election have been announced, issue a proclamation stating the fact and ordering a special election to determine which candidate is elected to the office.  The proclamation shall set the date of the election and shall be sent by the governor to each election authority responsible for conducting the special election.  In his proclamation, the governor shall specify the name of each candidate for the office to be voted on at the election, and the special election shall be conducted and the votes counted as in other elections.

3. If two or more persons receive an equal number of votes for nomination or election to any office not otherwise provided for in section 115.515 or this section, and a higher number of votes than any other candidate for nomination or election to the same office, the officer with whom such candidates filed their declarations of candidacy shall, immediately after the results of the election have been certified, issue a proclamation stating the fact and ordering a special election to determine which candidate is elected to the office.  The proclamation shall set the date of the election and shall be sent by the officer to each election authority responsible for conducting the special election.  In his proclamation, the officer shall specify the name of each candidate for the office to be voted on at the election, and the special election shall be conducted and the votes counted as in other elections.

4. As an alternative to the procedure prescribed in subsections 1, 2, and 3 of this section, if the candidates who received an equal number of votes in such election agree to the procedure prescribed in this subsection, the officer with whom such candidates filed their declarations of candidacy may, after notification of the time and place of such drawing given to each such candidate at least five days before such drawing, determine the winner of such election by lot.  Any candidate who received an equal number of votes may decline to have his name put into such drawing.

115.519.  Runoff election between tied candidates only. —

Only the names of those persons who have received an equal number of votes for nomination to an office at party primary and a higher number of votes than any other candidate for the same office on the same party ballot shall appear on the special primary election ballot.  Only the names of those persons who have received an equal number of votes for nomination or election to an office at any other election, and a higher number of votes than any other candidate for the same office at the same election shall appear on the special election ballot.

115.521.  Notice of runoff election published, when. —

Except as provided in subsection 2 of section 115.023, each election authority receiving a proclamation ordering a special election to decide a tie vote shall cause legal notice of the election to be published once in the fourteen days prior to the election.  The notice shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the election authority’s jurisdiction and shall include the date and time of the election, the name of the officer or agency calling the election and a sample ballot.  The election authority may provide any additional notice of the election it deems desirable.

115.523.  Certificate of nomination to issue, when — certificate of election to issue, when. —

1.  As soon as possible after each primary election, each person nominated for an office at the primary election shall be issued a certificate of nomination.

2. As soon as possible after each other election, each person elected to an office at the election shall be issued a certificate of election.

3. The certificate shall be issued to each person nominated or elected by the officer responsible for accepting such person’s declaration of candidacy.

115.525.  Each house of general assembly to receive list of its newly elected members, when. —

Within two days after the first meeting of each general assembly, the secretary of state shall lay before each house a list of its elected members, consistent with the abstracts in his office.

Election Contests

115.526.  Qualifications of candidates may be challenged, by whom, procedure — disqualification, when. —

1.  Any candidate for nomination to an office at a primary election may challenge the declaration of candidacy or qualifications of any other candidate for nomination to the same office to seek or hold such office, or to have his name printed on the ballot, and any candidate for election to an office at a general or special election may challenge the declaration of candidacy or qualifications of any other candidate for election to the same office to seek or hold such office or to have his name printed on the ballot.  Except as provided in sections 115.563 to 115.573, challenges shall be made by filing a verified petition with the appropriate court as is provided for in case of a contest of election for such office in sections 115.527 to 115.601.  The petition shall set forth the points on which the challenger wishes to challenge the declaration of candidacy or qualifications of the candidate and the facts he will prove in support of such points, and shall pray leave to produce his proof.

2. In the case of challenge to a candidate for nomination in a primary election, the petition shall be filed not later than thirty days after the final date for filing for such election.  Except as otherwise provided by law, in the case of challenge to a candidate for election to an office in a general or special election, the petition shall be filed not later than five days after the latest date for certification of a candidate by the officer responsible for issuing such certification.  In the case of a disability occurring after said respective deadlines, the petition shall be filed not later than five days after the disability occurs or is discovered.  Answers to the petition may be filed at the time and as provided in sections 115.527 to 115.601, specifying the qualifications of the candidate for holding the office for which he is a candidate for election or for nomination.

3. The procedure in such matters shall be the same as that provided in sections 115.527 to 115.601, to the extent that it is applicable and not in conflict with the provisions of this section.  For the purposes of this section, as used in sections 115.527 to 115.601 the word “contestant” shall mean the challenger and the word “contestee” shall mean the candidate whose declaration of candidacy or qualifications are challenged.  If the court determines that the candidate challenged is not qualified to seek or hold the office for which he is a candidate for nomination or for election or to have his name printed on the ballot, it shall so rule.  The right of appeal exists, and may be taken, as provided in sections 115.527 to 115.601.

4. Any candidate finally determined to be not qualified to seek or hold the office for which he is a candidate for nomination or for election shall be disqualified as a candidate for nomination for such office at the primary election or as a candidate for election to such office at the general or special election, as the case may be.  Except as otherwise provided by law, whenever a candidate for nomination or election to an office dies, withdraws or is disqualified prior to the election, such candidate’s name shall not be printed on the official ballot.

115.527.  Challenge of nomination at primary, who may make. —

Any candidate for nomination to an office at a primary election may challenge the correctness of the returns for the nomination charging that irregularities occurred in the election.

115.529.  Circuit court to hear primary election contests. —

Circuit courts shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine all primary election contests.

115.531.  Petition to contest primary election, contents of — filing in incorrect circuit, procedure. —

1.  Not later than five days after the official announcement of the results of a primary election is issued by the election authority or the secretary of state, as the case may be, any candidate desiring to contest the primary election shall file a verified petition in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of any circuit in which part of the election was held and in which any alleged irregularity occurred, unless the office involved in the contest is that of a circuit or associate circuit judge not subject to Section 25, Article V, Constitution of Missouri, in which case the verified petition shall be filed, heard, and determined by an adjoining circuit court selected by the contestant as specified in section 115.575.  The contestant shall only be required to file one petition with the circuit court for each election contest regardless of the number of counties within the court’s jurisdiction.  The petition shall set forth the points on which the contestant wishes to contest the election and the facts the contestant will prove in support of such points, and shall pray leave to produce such proof.  The judge of the court shall immediately note on the petition the date it was filed and shall immediately set a date, not later than five days after the petition is filed, for a preliminary hearing.  If the petition is filed in vacation, the judge of the circuit court shall immediately convene the court in special session for the purpose of hearing the contest.  If no regular judge of the court is available the supreme court shall immediately assign another judge.  The circuit court in which the petition is filed shall have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters relating to the contest and may issue appropriate orders to all election authorities in the area in which the contested election was held.

2. If a petition contesting a primary election is filed in an incorrect circuit, the court in which it is filed shall have jurisdiction and shall promptly transfer the suit to the correct circuit court.

115.533.  Procedure after petition filed. —

1.  Immediately after a petition is filed, the clerk of the circuit court shall issue a summons upon the petition to the contestee, returnable by the day designated by the circuit court to the circuit court.  The summons shall be served in any county of the state in the same manner provided for service of process in civil actions.  If the contestee cannot be found within two days, the summons shall be served by leaving the summons and a copy of the petition at the residence address shown on the contestee’s declaration of candidacy and by posting the summons in a conspicuous place in the office of the clerk of the circuit court.

2. Immediately after the petition is filed, the clerk of the circuit court shall send by certified or registered mail a certified copy of the petition to the officer responsible for issuing the statement announcing the results of the contested election and to each election authority responsible for conducting the election in any area where an alleged irregularity occurred.  All officers and election authorities so notified shall immediately suspend all action on the office until the contest has been determined.

3. Not later than four days after the petition is filed, the contestee may file an answer to the petition, specifying reasons why his nomination should not be contested.  If the contestee wishes to contest the validity of any votes given to the contestant, he shall set forth in his answer the votes he wishes to contest, and the facts he will prove in support of such contest and shall pray leave to produce his proof.

115.535.  Election contest to have preference in order of hearing. —

The contested election shall have preference in the order of hearing to all other cases and shall be commenced at the date set and heard day to day, including evenings and weekends if necessary, until determined.  There shall be no continuances except by consent, so that the case may be concluded not later than the tenth Tuesday prior to the general election.

115.537.  Hearing on necessity for recount, when. —

Not later than five days after the petition is filed, a preliminary hearing shall be held to determine whether there shall be a recount and not to determine what the recount would show.  The court shall hear all evidence by the contestant and contestee bearing on the alleged irregularities.

115.539.  Circuit court to order recount of votes, when. —

If the court finds there is a prima facie showing of irregularities which place the result of the primary election in doubt, the court shall order a recount of all votes brought in question by the petition or its answer.  Where the issue is drawn over the validity of certain votes cast, a prima facie case is made if the validity of a number of votes equal to or greater than the margin of defeat is placed in doubt.  The court may order a recount of all votes brought in question by the petition or its answer at any time if it finds that the primary election result is placed in doubt.  All materials and records relating to the contested election may be subpoenaed and all information contained therein shall be subject to the rules of discovery in civil cases.  During a recount, the court may hear additional evidence offered by any party bearing on any issue relating to the contested election.

115.541.  Recount, primary election, irregularities in election — how conducted. —

1.  Whenever a recount is ordered pursuant to section 115.539, the court shall order all materials and records relating to the contest brought before it, so that the court has the same materials and records as the election judges had while making the count and statements of returns.  The court shall have authority to pass upon the form and determine the legality of the votes brought into question and to determine the qualifications of any voter whose vote is brought into question, provided that the name of a voter upon a precinct register for the polling place shall be prima facie evidence of the proper qualifications of the voter.  A comparison may be made between the signatures on the identification certificates and those which appear in the precinct registers, and no votes shall be counted except the votes of registered voters and those entitled to vote as provided in section 115.277 without being registered.  No votes of any person found by the court to be unqualified to vote at the primary election shall be counted.

2. Whenever a recount of votes cast on paper ballots is ordered pursuant to section 115.539 or 115.601, the court shall proceed to open and count the votes and, after the count has been completed, shall tabulate by voting district the votes cast for the contestant and the contestee.

3. Whenever a recount of votes cast on any voting machine is ordered pursuant to section 115.539 or 115.601, the court shall make visible the registering counters of the machine and, without unlocking the machine against voting, shall record the votes cast on the machine.

4. Whenever a recount of votes cast on ballot cards is ordered pursuant to section 115.539 or 115.601, the court shall supervise a test of the automatic tabulating equipment conducted in the manner provided in section 115.233 and shall cause the votes to be recounted automatically or may order a hand count of the votes.  In its discretion, the court may order a new computer program to be made, which shall be tested in the manner provided in section 115.233 before the votes in question are recounted automatically.

115.543.  Court to appoint persons making recount — persons authorized to be present during recount. —

Whenever a recount is ordered pursuant to section 115.539 or 115.601, the court shall determine the number of persons necessary to assist with the recount and shall appoint such persons equally from lists submitted to the court by the contestant and the contestee.  Each person appointed pursuant to this section shall be a disinterested person and a registered voter of the area in which the contested election was held.  Each person so appointed shall take the oath prescribed for and receive the same pay as an election judge in the jurisdiction where he is registered.  After being sworn not to disclose any facts uncovered by the recount, except those which are contained in the court report, the contestant and the contestee shall be permitted to be present in person or represented by an attorney at the recount to observe the recount.  Each recount shall be completed under the supervision of the court, and the persons appointed to assist with the recount shall perform such duties as the court shall direct.  Upon completion of any duties prescribed by the court, the persons appointed to assist with the recount shall make a written and signed report of their findings to the court.  The findings of the persons appointed to assist with the recount shall be prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein, but any person present at the examination of the votes may be a witness to contradict the findings.  No one other than the election authority, representatives of the court, the contestant and contestee, their attorneys, and those specifically appointed by the court to assist with the recount shall be present during any recount ordered pursuant to the provisions of section 115.539.

115.545.  Court to render judgment, when — effect of judgment. —

Upon completion of the procedures provided for in this subchapter, the court shall render its judgment based upon the issues of law and fact and cause a certified copy of its judgment to be transmitted to each affected election authority and to the secretary of state.  Each election authority to which a copy of the judgment is sent and the secretary of state shall correct their records to conform to the judgment.

115.547.  Contestant to post bond, when. —

In each case of a contested primary election, the court may require the contestant to post bond for the costs and expenses of the election contest.  The costs and expenses of any election contest, including the cost and expense of a recount, may be adjudged against the unsuccessful party with the payment of the costs and expenses enforceable as in civil cases.

115.549.  New primary election may be ordered, when. —

If any court trying a contested primary election determines there were irregularities of sufficient magnitude to cast doubt on the validity of the initial election, it may order a new primary election for the contested office.  The order shall set the date of the election, which shall not be less than fourteen or more than thirty days after the order is issued, and shall be sent by the clerk of the court to each election authority responsible for conducting the special election.  In its order, the court shall specify the name of each candidate for the office to be voted on at the special election, and the election shall be conducted and the votes counted as in other primary elections.  Notice of the election shall be given in such manner as the court directs.  The person receiving the highest number of votes at a special party primary election shall be his party’s nominee for the contested office.  The requisite number of persons receiving the highest number of votes at any other special primary election shall be the nominees for the office.

115.551.  Appeal, how taken. —

Either party to the contest may appeal the judgment of the circuit court to the court of appeals of the appropriate jurisdiction, who shall give the case preference in the order of hearing to all other cases, modify its rules to the extent necessary in order to conclude the appeal as many days prior to the general election as possible and hear the case in the manner of appeals of cases in equity.  The practice and procedure prescribed in civil actions shall be followed in all respects not inconsistent with the provisions of sections 115.527 to 115.551.  In every case of such appeal, a bond with sufficient sureties conditioned for the payment of the costs accrued and to accrue in the cause may be required by any court in which the case is pending.

115.553.  Candidate may challenge returns — registered voter of area may contest result. —

1.  Any candidate for election to any office may challenge the correctness of the returns for the office, charging that irregularities occurred in the election.

2. The result of any election on any question may be contested by one or more registered voters from the area in which the election was held.  The petitioning voter or voters shall be considered the contestant and the officer or election authority responsible for issuing the statement setting forth the result of the election shall be considered the contestee.  In any such contest, the proponents and opponents of the ballot question shall have the right to engage counsel to represent and act for them in all matters involved in and pertaining to the contest.

115.555.  Contest of state office election to be heard by supreme court. —

All contested elections for the office of governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, state treasurer and state auditor shall be heard and determined by the supreme court.  Likewise, all contests to the results of elections on constitutional amendments, on state statutes submitted or referred to the voters, and on questions relating to the retention of appellate and circuit judges subject to Article V, Section 25 of the State Constitution shall be heard and determined by the supreme court.

115.557.  Election contest to be filed, when. —

Not later than thirty days after the official announcement of the election result by the secretary of state, any person authorized by section 115.553 who wishes to contest the election for any office or on any question provided in section 115.555, shall file a verified petition in the office of the clerk of the supreme court.  The petition shall set forth the points on which the contestant wishes to contest the election and the facts he will prove in support of such points, and shall pray leave to produce his proof.  The supreme court shall have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters relating to the contest and may issue appropriate orders to all election authorities in the area in which the contested election was held.

115.559.  Procedure after filing of petition. —

1.  Immediately after a petition is filed, the clerk of the supreme court shall issue a summons upon the petition to the contestee, returnable by the day designated by the supreme court to the supreme court.  The summons shall be served in any county of the state in the same manner provided for service of process in civil actions.  If the contestee cannot be found within two days, the summons shall be served by leaving the summons and a copy of the petition at the residence address shown on the contestee’s declaration of candidacy and by posting the summons in a conspicuous place in the office of the clerk of the supreme court.

2. Immediately after the petition is filed, the clerk of the supreme court shall send by certified or registered mail a certified copy of the petition to the secretary of state and to each election authority responsible for conducting the election in any area where an alleged irregularity occurred.

3. Not later than fifteen days after the petition is filed, the contestee may file an answer to the petition, specifying reasons why his nomination should not be contested.  If the contestee wishes to contest the validity of any votes given to the contestant, he shall set forth in his answer the votes he wishes to contest and the facts he will prove in support of such contest and shall pray leave to produce his proof.

115.561.  Commissioner to take testimony, appointed, when — powers of commissioner. —

1.  Immediately upon the filing of a petition and answer, if there is any, the supreme court shall appoint a commissioner of the court to take the testimony of witnesses at such times and places as the court shall order.  The order shall specify the points and facts in regard to which testimony is to be taken and the time when the commissioner shall make his report to the court.

2. Upon appointment by the court, the commissioner shall proceed to procure the attendance of witnesses, and to take and certify testimony as directed.  The contestant and contestee shall have the right to attend the examination of all witnesses and to cross-examine, but no testimony shall be taken except on the points and facts specified in the court order.  The commissioner shall have authority to administer oaths, take depositions, compel the attendance of witnesses by summons and attachment, require such witnesses to testify and to compel discovery in accordance with the rules of discovery in civil cases.

115.563.  Contests for office of senator or representative to be heard by respective body. —

1.  All contested elections for the office of state senator shall be heard and determined by the state senate.  All contested elections for the office of state representative shall be heard and determined by the state house of representatives.

2. Any contest based on the qualifications of a candidate for the office of state senator or state representative which have not been adjudicated prior to the general election shall be determined by the state senate or the state house of representatives, as the case may be.

115.565.  Contests for house or senate seats, where and how filed. —

Not later than thirty days after the official announcement of the election result is issued by the secretary of state, any candidate who wishes to contest the election for an office provided in section 115.563 shall file a verified petition with the president of the senate or the speaker of the house, as the case may be.  In the case of contests based on the qualifications of a candidate for an office provided in section 115.563, not later than thirty days after the results of the general election have been certified by the secretary of state, any candidate who wishes to contest the qualifications of another candidate shall file a verified petition with the president of the senate or the speaker of the house, as the case may be.  The petition shall set forth the points on which the contestant wishes to contest the election and the facts he will prove in support of such points.  The state senate or the state house of representatives, as the case may be, shall have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters relating to the contest and may issue appropriate orders, under the hand of the president of the senate or the speaker of the house, to all election authorities in the area in which the contested election was held.

115.567.  Contestee, service on, how made — notice to secretary of state — time for filing answer. —

1.  At the time of filing, the contestee shall be served with a copy of the petition by the contestant or his representative.  With the copy of the petition shall be included a written notice of the time and place of the petition’s filing, the grounds on which the election is contested, the time and place for the taking of depositions and the names of all witnesses to be examined.  If the contestee is not found within two days after the petition is filed, the copy of the petition and notice shall be left at the residence address shown on contestee’s declaration of candidacy and by posting the petition in a conspicuous place in the office of the secretary of the senate or the chief clerk of the house, as the case may be.

2. At the time of filing, a copy of the petition and notice shall also be transmitted to the secretary of state and each election authority responsible for conducting the election in any area where an alleged irregularity occurred.

3. Not later than fifteen days after the petition is filed, the contestee may file an answer to the petition, specifying reasons why his election should not be contested.  At the time of filing, a copy of the answer shall be transmitted to the contestant.  If the contestee wishes to contest the validity of any votes given to the contestant, he shall include in his answer a notice of the time and place for the taking of depositions, the grounds on which the votes will be contested, and the names of all witnesses to be examined.

115.569.  Depositions, when taken — civil discovery rules to apply. —

Immediately upon the filing of a petition and answer, the taking of depositions may commence at the option of the contestant, and the persons selected by the contestant and contestee to take depositions shall immediately issue subpoenas to the witnesses, commanding them to appear and give testimony at the time and place specified.  The taking of depositions and all related matters shall be subject to the rules of discovery in civil cases.  Either the contestant or the contestee may, without notice, take rebutting testimony at the time and place specified for the taking of depositions.

115.571.  Evidence to be received, form, contents. —

1.  Evidence received by the senate or house may be either by depositions taken pursuant to section 115.569 or by witnesses subpoenaed for personal appearance before the senate or house.

2. No testimony shall be received in the taking of depositions which does not relate to the points specified in the notices.

3. All testimony taken shall be certified by the persons appointed to take the depositions to the president of the senate or to the speaker of the house, as the case may be.

115.573.  No appeal from decision of house or senate. — The determination made by the state senate or the state house of representatives on a contested election shall be final and not subject to court review.

115.575.  Contests for office of circuit judge, where heard — other contests, where heard — filing in incorrect circuit, procedure. —

1.  Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter to the contrary, all contested elections for the office of circuit or associate circuit judge not subject to the provisions of Article V, Section 25 of the State Constitution, whether contested on the basis of qualification, irregularity, or other cause, or for recount other than the automatic recount provided for in section 115.601, and whether in a primary or general election, shall be filed in and heard and determined by an adjoining circuit court selected by the contestant.

2. All contested elections on any office or question other than those provided for in sections 115.555, 115.563 and subsection 1 of this section shall be heard and determined by the circuit court of any circuit, selected by the contestant, in which all or any part of the election was held and in which any alleged irregularity occurred.  The contestant shall only be required to file one petition with the circuit court for each election contest regardless of the number of counties within the court’s jurisdiction.

3. If a petition contesting any election is filed in an incorrect circuit, the court in which it is filed shall have jurisdiction and shall promptly transfer the suit to the correct circuit court.

115.577.  Time in which election contest may be filed. —

Not later than thirty days after the official announcement of the election result by the election authority, any person authorized by section 115.553 who wishes to contest the election for any office or on any question provided in section 115.575 shall file a verified petition in the office of the clerk of the appropriate circuit court.  The contestant shall only be required to file one petition with the circuit court for each election contest regardless of the number of counties within the court’s jurisdiction.  The petition shall set forth the points on which the contestant wishes to contest the election and the facts he will prove in support of such points, and shall pray leave to produce his proof.  The circuit court in which the petition is filed shall have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters relating to the contest and may issue appropriate orders to all election authorities in the area in which the contested election was held.

115.579.  Duty of circuit clerk upon filing of petition — answer, when due. —

1.  Immediately after a petition is filed, the clerk of the circuit court shall issue a summons upon the petition to the contestee, returnable by the day designated by the circuit court to the circuit court.  The summons shall be served in any county of the state in the same manner provided for service of process in civil actions.  If the contestee cannot be found within two days, the summons shall be served by leaving the summons and a copy of the petition at the residence address shown on the contestee’s declaration of candidacy and by posting the summons in a conspicuous place in the office of the clerk of the circuit court.

2. Immediately after the petition is filed, the clerk of the circuit court shall send by certified or registered mail a certified copy of the petition to the election authority responsible for issuing a statement announcing the results of the contested election and to each election authority responsible for conducting the election in any area where an alleged irregularity occurred.

3. Not later than fifteen days after the petition is filed, the contestee may file an answer to the petition, specifying reasons why his nomination should not be contested.  If the contestee wishes to contest the validity of any votes given to the contestant, he shall set forth in his answer the votes he wishes to contest and the facts he will prove in support of such contest and shall pray leave to produce his proof.

115.581.  Case to be tried, when. —

Immediately upon the filing of a petition and answer, if there is any, the court shall proceed to try the case and may at once appoint a commissioner to take testimony in the same way and manner as provided for the contest of state offices in section 115.561.

115.583.  Recount of votes ordered, when. —

If the court or legislative body hearing a contest finds there is a prima facie showing of irregularities which place the result of any contested election in doubt, the court or legislative body shall order a recount of all votes brought in question by the petition or its answer.  Where the issue is drawn over the validity of certain votes cast, a prima facie case is made if the validity of a number of votes equal to or greater than the margin of defeat is placed in doubt.  The court or legislative body may order a recount of all votes brought in question by the petition or its answer at any time if it finds that the election result is placed in doubt.  All materials and records relating to the contested election may be subpoenaed, and all information contained therein shall be subject to the rules of discovery in civil cases.  During a recount, the court may hear additional evidence offered by any party bearing on any issue relating to the contested election.

115.585.  Recounts, how conducted. —

1.  Whenever a recount is ordered pursuant to section 115.583 or 115.601, the court or legislative body trying the contest shall issue a writ to each election authority responsible for conducting the election in any area in which an alleged irregularity occurred, commanding the election authority to prepare its office and all records and materials relating to the contested election for the recount.  Such writ shall be served immediately on the election authority by the sheriff of the county.  Upon receipt of a writ, each election authority shall set a day, not more than twenty days after receiving the writ, on which it will have its office and all records and materials relating to the contested election prepared.  Immediately upon setting the day, the election authority shall send by certified or registered mail a notice to the court or legislative body issuing the writ.  The notice shall set forth the day selected by the election authority for the recount.

2. Whenever a recount is ordered pursuant to section 115.583, the court or legislative body shall have authority to pass upon the form and determine the legality of the votes brought into question and to determine the qualifications of any voter whose vote is brought into question, provided that the name of a voter upon a precinct register for the polling place shall be prima facie evidence of the proper qualifications of the voter.  A comparison may be made between the signatures on the identification certificates and those which appear in the precinct registers, and no votes shall be counted except the votes of registered voters and those entitled to vote as provided in subsection 2 of section 115.137 and section 115.277 without being registered.  No votes of any person found by the court to be unqualified to vote at the election shall be counted.

3. Whenever a recount of votes cast on paper ballots is ordered pursuant to section 115.583 or 115.601, the court or legislative body shall proceed to open and count the votes and, after the count has been completed, shall tabulate by voting district the votes cast for the contestant and the contestee.

3. Whenever a recount of votes cast on any voting machine is ordered pursuant to section 115.583 or 115.601, the court or legislative body shall make visible the registering counters of the machine and, without unlocking the machine against voting, shall record the votes cast on the machine.

4. Whenever a recount of votes cast on ballot cards is ordered pursuant to section 115.583 or 115.601, the court or legislative body shall supervise a test of the automatic tabulating equipment conducted in the manner provided in section 115.233 and shall cause the votes to be recounted automatically, or may order a hand count of the votes.  In its discretion, the court or legislative body may order a new computer program to be made, which shall be tested in the manner provided in section 115.233 before the votes in question are recounted automatically.

115.587.  Persons conducting recount, how selected. —

Whenever a recount is ordered pursuant to section 115.583 or 115.601, the court or legislative body shall determine the number of persons necessary to assist with the recount and shall appoint such persons equally from lists submitted to the court or legislative body by the contestant and the contestee.  Each person appointed pursuant to this section shall be a disinterested person and a registered voter of the area in which the contested election was held.  Each person so appointed shall take the oath prescribed for and receive the same pay as an election judge in the jurisdiction where he is registered.  After being sworn not to disclose any facts uncovered by the recount, except those which are contained in the court or legislative report, the contestant and the contestee shall be permitted to be present in person or represented by an attorney at the recount and to observe the recount.  Each recount shall be completed under the supervision of the court or legislative body, and the persons appointed to assist with the recount shall perform such duties as the court or legislative body shall direct.  Upon completion of any duties prescribed by the court or legislative body, the persons appointed to assist with the recount shall make a written and signed report of their findings to the court or legislative body.  The findings of the persons appointed to assist with the recount shall be prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein, but any person present at the examination of the votes may be heard as a witness to contradict the findings.  No one other than the election authority, representatives of the court or legislative body, the contestant and contestee, their attorneys, and those specifically appointed by the court or legislative body to assist with the recount shall be present during any recount ordered pursuant to the provisions of section 115.583 or 115.601.

115.589.  Records to be corrected to reflect judgment. —

Each court or legislative body authorized to determine contested elections shall hear and determine each contest at the earliest opportunity after the official announcement of the results of the election has been made.  Upon completion of the procedures provided for in this subchapter, the court or legislative body shall render its judgment based upon the issues of law and fact and cause a certified copy of its judgment to be transmitted to each affected election authority and to the secretary of state.  Each election authority to which a copy of the judgment is sent and the secretary of state shall correct their records to conform to the judgment.

115.591.  Contestant to post bond, when. —

In each case of a contested election, the court or legislative body may require the contestant to post bond for the costs and expenses of the election contest.  The costs and expenses of any election contest, including the cost and expense of a recount, may be adjudged against the unsuccessful party with payment of the costs and expenses enforceable as in civil cases.

115.593.  New election ordered, when. —

If the court or legislative body trying a contested election determines there were irregularities of sufficient magnitude to cast doubt on the validity of the initial election, it may order a new election for the contested office or on the contested question.  The order shall set the date of the election and shall be sent by the clerk of the court or the secretary of the senate or the chief clerk of the house of representatives, as the case may be, to each election authority responsible for conducting the special election.  In its order, the court or legislative body shall specify the name of each candidate for the office to be voted on at the special election, or the ballot title of the question to be voted on at the special election, and the election shall be conducted and the votes counted as in other elections.  Notice of the election shall be given in such manner as the court or legislative body directs.  The person receiving the highest number of votes at the special election shall be deemed elected and entitled to assume office, or the question submitted at the special election shall be deemed approved if a majority of the votes at the special election are cast in favor of the question.

115.595.  Person holding certificate of election to hold office pending outcome — question shall be deemed decided as shown by returns pending outcome. —

1.  In each case of a pending election contest for an office, the person holding the certificate of election may qualify and take the office at the time specified by law and exercise the duties of the office until the contest has been decided.  If the contest is decided against the contestee, the court or legislative body trying the contest shall make an order for him to give up the office to the person determined to be entitled to the office and to deliver to such person all books, records, papers, property and effects pertaining to the office.  The court or legislative body trying the contest may enforce the order by attachment or other proper process.  If for any reason the person determined to be entitled to the office does not or cannot take office, a vacancy shall exist to be filled in the manner provided by law.

2. In each case of a pending election contest on a question, the question shall be deemed approved or disapproved as shown by the official returns of the election until the contest is decided.  When the contest is decided, the question shall be deemed approved or disapproved in accordance with the decision as of the day the contest is decided, or as of the day it would otherwise have been deemed approved or disapproved, whichever is later.

115.597.  Appeal from circuit court decisions allowed, procedure for. —

In all cases of contested elections, except contested elections heard by the supreme court or the state senate or house of representatives, the right of appeal shall exist, and appeals may be taken in the same time or manner and to the same courts as is provided by law for appeals in cases in equity.  The practice and procedure prescribed in civil actions shall be followed in all respects not inconsistent with the provisions of sections 115.553 to 115.583.  Upon the filing of any such appeal, the court shall give the case preference in the order of hearing to all other cases and modify its rules to the extent necessary to conclude the appeal as quickly as possible.  In every case of such appeal, a bond with sufficient sureties conditioned for the payment of the costs accrued and to accrue in the cause may be required by any court in which the case is pending.

115.599.  Parties may subpoena witnesses and take depositions. — In all cases of contested elections, primary and other, the contestant and the contestee shall be allowed process for witnesses, and either party may take depositions, as in civil cases, to be read as evidence at the trial, as is authorized in civil cases.  All such depositions shall be filed before the trial is commenced, and may be read in evidence no matter where the witnesses reside.

115.600.  Recount or new election, procedure — petition by election authority. — The election authority, if convinced that errors of omission or commission have occurred on the part of the election authority, election judges, or any election personnel in the conduct of an election, may petition the circuit court for a recount or a new election and the court is authorized to order a new election if the evidence provided demonstrates that the irregularities were sufficient to cast doubt on the outcome of the election.

115.601.  Recount authorized when less than one-half of one percent difference in vote — recount, defined. —

1.  Any contestant in a primary or other election contest who was defeated by less than one percent of the votes cast for the office and any contestant who received the second highest number of votes cast for that office if two or more are to be elected and who was defeated by less than one percent of the votes cast, or any person whose position on a question was defeated by less than one percent of the votes cast on the question, shall have the right to a recount of the votes cast for the office or on the question.

2. In cases where the candidate filed or the ballot question was originally filed with an election authority as defined in section 115.015, such recount shall be requested in accordance with the provisions of section 115.531 or 115.577 and conducted under the direction of the court or the commissioner representing the court trying the contest according to the provisions of this subchapter.

3. In cases where the candidate filed or the ballot question was originally filed with the secretary of state, the defeated candidate or the person whose position on a question was defeated by less than one-half of one percent of the votes cast on the question shall be allowed a recount pursuant to this section by filing with the secretary of state a request for a recount stating that the person or the person’s position on a question was defeated by less than one-half of one percent of the votes cast.  Such request shall be filed not later than seven days after certification of the election.  The secretary of state shall notify all concerned parties of the filing of the request for a recount.  The secretary of state shall authorize the election authorities to conduct a recount pursuant to this section if the requesting party or his position on a question was defeated by less than one-half of one percent of the votes cast.  The secretary of state shall conduct and certify the results of the recount as the official results in the election within twenty days of receipt of the aforementioned notice of recount.

4. Whenever a recount is requested pursuant to subsection 3 of this section, the secretary of state shall determine the number of persons necessary to assist with the recount and shall appoint such persons equally from lists submitted by the contestant and the opponent who received more votes or a person whose position on a question received more votes than the contestant’s position on that question.  Each person appointed pursuant to this section shall be a disinterested person and a registered voter of the area in which the contested election was held.  Each person so appointed shall take the oath prescribed for and receive the same pay as an election judge in the jurisdiction where the person is registered.  After being sworn not to disclose any facts uncovered by the recount, except those which are contained in the report, the contestant and the opponent who received more votes or a person whose position on a question received more votes than the contestant’s position on that question shall be permitted to be present in person or represented by an attorney at the recount and to observe the recount.  Each recount shall be completed under the supervision of the secretary of state with the assistance of the election authorities involved, and the persons appointed to assist with the recount shall perform such duties as the secretary of state directs.  Upon completion of any duties prescribed by the secretary of state the persons appointed to assist with the recount shall make a written and signed report of their findings.  The findings of the persons appointed to assist with the recount shall be prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein, but any person present at the examination of the votes may be a witness to contradict the findings.  No one other than the secretary of state, the election authorities involved, the contestant and the other witnesses described in this subsection, their attorneys, and those specifically appointed by the secretary of state to assist with the recount shall be present during any recount conducted pursuant to this section.

5. For purposes of this section, “recount” means one additional counting of all votes counted for the office or on the question with respect to which the recount is requested.

Political Party Committees

115.603.  Committees each established party shall maintain. —

Each established political party shall have a state committee, a congressional district committee for each congressional district in the state, a judicial district committee for each circuit judge district in the state not subject to the provisions of Article V, Section 25 of the state constitution, a senatorial district committee for each senatorial district in the state, a legislative district committee for each legislative district in the state and a county committee for each county in the state, except any city not within a county which shall have a city committee in lieu of a county committee.

115.605.  Purpose of committee. —

Each party committee shall be selected as provided in this subchapter for the purpose of representing and acting for the party in the interim between party conventions.

115.607.  County or city committee, eligibility requirements, selection of. —

1.  No person shall be elected or shall serve as a member of a county or city committee who is not, for one year next before the person’s election, both a registered voter of and a resident of the county or city not within a county and the committee district from which the person is elected if such district shall have been so long established, and if not, then of the district or districts from which the same shall have been taken.  Except as provided in subsections 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 of this section, the membership of a county or city committee of each established political party shall consist of a man and a woman elected from each precinct, township, or ward in the county or city not within a county.

2. In each county of the first classification containing the major portion of a city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants, two members of the committee, a man and a woman, shall be elected from each ward in the city.  Any township entirely contained in the city shall have no additional representation on the county committee.  The election authority for the county shall, not later than six months after the decennial census has been reported to the President of the United States, divide the most populous township outside the city into eight subdistricts of contiguous and compact territory and as nearly equal in population as practicable.  The subdistricts shall be numbered from one upward consecutively, which numbers shall, insofar as practicable, be retained upon reapportionment.  Two members of the county committee, a man and a woman, shall be elected from each such subdistrict.  Six members of the committee, three men and three women, shall be elected from the second and third most populous townships outside the city.  Four members of the committee, two men and two women, shall be elected from the other townships outside the city.

3. In any city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants, the major portion of which is located in a county with a charter form of government, for the portion of the city located within such county and notwithstanding section 82.110, it shall be the duty of the election authority, not later than six months after the decennial census has been reported to the President of the United States, to divide such cities into not less than twenty-four nor more than twenty-five wards after each decennial census.  Wards shall be so divided that the number of inhabitants in any ward shall not exceed any other ward of the city and within the same county, by more than five percent, measured by the number of the inhabitants determined at the preceding decennial census.

4. In each county of the first classification containing a portion, but not the major portion, of a city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants, ten members of the committee, five men and five women, shall be elected from the district of each state representative wholly contained in the county in the following manner:  within six months after each legislative reapportionment, the election authority shall divide each legislative district wholly contained in the county into five committee districts of contiguous territory as compact and as nearly equal in population as may be; two members of the committee, a man and a woman, shall be elected from each committee district.  The election authority shall divide the area of the county located within legislative districts not wholly contained in the county into similar committee districts; two members of the committee, a man and a woman, shall be elected from each committee district.

5. In each city not situated in a county, two members of the committee, a man and a woman, shall be elected from each ward.

6. In all counties with a charter form of government and a population of over nine hundred thousand inhabitants, the county committee persons shall be elected from each township.  Within ninety days after August 28, 2002, and within six months after each decennial census has been reported to the President of the United States, the election authority shall divide the county into twenty-eight compact and contiguous townships containing populations as nearly equal in population to each other as is practical.

7. If any election authority has failed to adopt a reapportionment plan by the deadline set forth in this section, the county commission, sitting as a reapportionment commission, shall within sixty days after the deadline, adopt a reapportionment plan.  Changes of township, ward, or precinct lines shall not affect the terms of office of incumbent party committee members elected from districts as constituted at the time of their election.

115.609.  County or city committee members, when elected (St. Louis City and County). —

In each city not situated in a county and in each county which has over nine hundred thousand inhabitants, all members of the county or city committee shall be elected at the primary election immediately preceding each gubernatorial election and shall hold office until their successors are elected and qualified.  In each other county, all members of the county committee shall be elected at each primary election and shall hold office until their successors are elected and qualified.

115.611.  County or city committee members, filing fees. —

1.  Except as provided in subsection 4 of section 115.613, any registered voter of the county or a city not within a county may have such voter’s name printed on the primary ballot of such voter’s party as a candidate for county or city committeeman or committeewoman by filing a declaration of candidacy in the office of the county or city election authority and by paying any filing fee required by subsection 2 of this section.

2. Before filing such candidate’s declaration of candidacy, candidates for county or city committeeman or county or city committeewoman shall pay to the treasurer of such candidate’s party’s county or city committee, or submit to the county or city election authority to be forwarded to the treasurer of such candidate’s party’s committee, a certain sum of money, as follows:

(1)  One hundred dollars if such candidate is a candidate for county or city committeeman or committeewoman in any county which has or hereafter has over nine hundred thousand inhabitants or in any city not situated in a county;

(2)  Twenty-five dollars if such candidate is a candidate for county committeeman or committeewoman in any county of the first class containing the major portion of a city which has over three hundred thousand inhabitants; or

(3)  Except as provided in subdivisions (1) and (2) of this subsection, no candidate for county committeeman or committeewoman shall be required to pay a filing fee.

3. Any person who cannot pay the fee to file as a candidate for county or city committeeman or committeewoman may have the fee waived by filing a declaration of inability to pay and a petition with the official with whom such candidate files such candidate’s declaration of candidacy.  The provisions of section 115.357 shall apply to all such declarations and petitions.

4. No person’s name shall be printed on any official primary ballot as a candidate for county or city committeeman or committeewoman unless the person has filed a declaration of candidacy with the proper election authority not later than 5:00 p.m. on the last Tuesday in March immediately preceding the primary election.

115.613.  Committeeman and committeewoman, how selected — tie vote, effect of — if no person elected a vacancy created — single candidate, effect. —

1.  Except as provided in subsection 4 of this section, the qualified man and woman receiving the highest number of votes from each committee district for committeeman and committeewoman of a party shall be members of the county or city committee of the party.

2. If two or more qualified persons receive an equal number of votes for county or city committeeman or committeewoman of a party and a higher number of votes than any other qualified person from the party, a vacancy shall exist on the county or city committee which shall be filled by a majority of the committee in the manner provided in section 115.617.

3. If no qualified person is elected county or city committeeman or committeewoman from a committee district for a party, a vacancy shall exist on the county or city committee which shall be filled by a majority of the committee in the manner provided in section 115.617.

4. The provisions of this subsection shall apply only in any county or city where no filing fee is required for filing a declaration of candidacy for committeeman or committeewoman in a committee district.  If only one qualified candidate has filed a declaration of candidacy for committeeman or committeewoman in a committee district for a party prior to the deadline established in this chapter, no election shall be held for committeeman or committeewoman in the committee district for that party and the election authority shall certify the qualified candidate in the same manner and at the same time as candidates elected pursuant to subsection 1 of this section are certified.  If no qualified candidate files for committeeman or committeewoman in a committee district for a party, no election shall be held and a vacancy shall exist on the county or city committee which shall be filled by a majority of the committee in the manner provided in section 115.617.

115.615.  County committee to meet and organize, when. —

In years when a primary election is held pursuant to subsection 2 of section 115.121, each county committee shall meet at the county seat on the third Tuesday of August.  In each city not situated in a county, the city committee shall meet on the same day at such place within the city as the chair of the current city committee may designate.  In all counties of the first, second and third classification the county courthouse shall be made available for such meetings and any other county political party meeting at no charge to the party committees.  At the meeting, each committee shall organize by electing one of its members as chair and one of its members as vice chair, a man and a woman, and a secretary and a treasurer, a man and a woman, who may or may not be members of the committee.  The county chair and vice chair so elected shall by virtue thereof become members of the party congressional, senatorial and judicial committees of the district of which their county is a part.

115.617.  Vacancy, how filled. —

Whenever a member of any county or city committee dies, resigns, or ceases to be a registered voter of or a resident of the county or a city not within a county or the committee district from which he is elected, a vacancy shall exist on the committee.  A majority of the committee shall elect another person to fill the vacancy who, for one year next before his election, shall have been both a registered voter of and a resident of the county or city and the committee district.  The person selected to fill the vacancy shall serve the remainder of the vacated term.

115.619.  Composition of legislative, congressional, senatorial, and judicial district committees. —

1.  A legislative district committee shall consist of the precinct, ward, or township committeeman and committeewoman from such precincts, wards, or townships included in whole or in part of the legislative district.  There shall be elected from the membership of each legislative district committee a chairman and a vice chairman, one of whom shall be a woman and one of whom shall be a man, and each legislative district at the same time shall elect a secretary and a treasurer, one of whom shall be a woman and one of whom shall be a man, but who may or may not be members of the legislative district committee.  Party state committees may provide for voting by proxy and for weighted or fractional voting.

2. The congressional, senatorial, or judicial committee of a district which is composed of:

(1)  One or more whole counties; or

(2)  One or more whole counties and part of one or more counties;

shall consist of the county committee chair and vice chair of each county within the district and the committeeman and committeewoman of each legislative district committee within the district.

3. The congressional, senatorial, or judicial committee of a district which consists of:

(1)  Parts of one or more counties;

(2)  Part of a city not within the county;

(3)  A whole city not within a county; or

(4)  Part of a city not within a county and parts of one or more counties;

shall consist of the committeemen and committeewomen of the precinct, ward, or township included in whole or in part of the district and the chair and vice chair of each legislative district committee within the district in whole or in part.

115.620.  Proxy voting, requirements. —

Provisions for proxy voting for district committees organized under section 115.621 may be made by a political party.  In the event that such provisions are not made, proxy voting shall only be allowed for legislative, congressional, senatorial, and judicial district committee meetings.  In any event, a person may only serve as a proxy voter if such person is legally permitted to vote in the district in which the proxy resides.

 

115.621.  Congressional, legislative, senatorial and judicial district committees to meet and organize, when. —

1.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this section to the contrary, any legislative, senatorial, or judicial district committee that is wholly contained within a county or a city not within a county may choose to meet on the same day as the respective county or city committee.  All other committees shall meet as otherwise prescribed in this section.

2. The members of each county committee shall meet at the county seat not earlier than two weeks after each primary election but in no event later than the third Saturday after each primary election, at the discretion of the chairman at the committee.  In each city not within a county, the city committee shall meet on the same day at the city hall.  In all counties of the first, second, and third classification, the county courthouse shall be made available for such meetings and any other county political party meeting at no charge to the party committees.  In all cities not within a county, the city hall shall be made available for such meetings and any other city political party meeting at no charge to the party committees.  At the meeting, each committee shall organize by electing two of its members, a man and a woman, as chair and vice chair, and a man and a woman who may or may not be members of the committee as secretary and treasurer.

3. The members of each congressional district committee shall meet at some place and time within the district, to be designated by the current chair of the committee, not earlier than five weeks after each primary election but in no event later than the sixth Saturday after each primary election.  The county courthouse in counties of the first, second and third classification in which the meeting is to take place, as designated by the chair, shall be made available for such meeting and any other congressional district political party committee meeting at no charge to the committee.  At the meeting, the committee shall organize by electing one of its members as chair and one of its members as vice chair, one of whom shall be a woman and one of whom shall be a man, and a secretary and a treasurer, one of whom shall be a woman and one of whom shall be a man, who may or may not be members of the committee.

4. The members of each legislative district committee shall meet at some place and date within the legislative district or within one of the counties in which the legislative district exists, to be designated by the current chair of the committee, not earlier than three weeks after each primary election but in no event later than the fourth Saturday after each primary election.  The county courthouse in counties of the first, second and third classification in which the meeting is to take place, as designated by the chair, shall be made available for such meeting and any other legislative district political party committee meeting at no charge to the committee.  At the meeting, the committee shall organize by electing two of its members, a man and a woman, as chair and vice chair, and a man and a woman who may or may not be members of the committee as secretary and treasurer.

5. The members of each senatorial district committee shall meet at some place and date within the district, to be designated by the current chair of the committee, if there is one, and if not, by the chair of the congressional district in which the senatorial district is principally located, not earlier than four weeks after each primary election but in no event later than the fifth Saturday after each primary election.  The county courthouse in counties of the first, second and third classification in which the meeting is to take place, as so designated pursuant to this subsection, shall be made available for such meeting and any other senatorial district political party committee meeting at no charge to the committee.  At the meeting, the committee shall organize by electing one of its members as chair and one of its members as vice chair, one of whom shall be a woman and one of whom shall be a man, and a secretary and a treasurer, one of whom shall be a woman and one of whom shall be a man, who may or may not be members of the committee.

6. The members of each senatorial district shall also meet at some place within the district, to be designated by the current chair of the committee, if there is one, and if not, by the chair of the congressional district in which the senatorial district is principally located, on the Saturday after each general election.  At the meeting, the committee shall proceed to elect two registered voters of the district, one man and one woman, as members of the party’s state committee.

7. The members of each judicial district may meet at some place and date within the judicial district or within one of the counties in which the judicial district exists, to be designated by the current chair of the committee or the chair of the congressional district committee, not earlier than six weeks after each primary election but in no event later than the seventh Saturday after each primary election.  The county courthouse in counties of the first, second and third classification in which the meeting is to take place, as so designated pursuant to this subsection, shall be made available for such meeting and any other judicial district political party committee meeting at no charge to the committee.  At the meeting, the committee shall organize by electing two of its members, a man and a woman, as chair and vice chair, and a man and a woman who may or may not be members of the committee as secretary and treasurer.

115.623.  State committee to meet and organize, when. —

The members of the state committee elected as provided in section 115.621 shall meet at a time and place to be designated by the current state committee chairman.  The meeting shall occur no earlier than two weeks following the election of members to the state committee.  At the meeting, the committee shall organize by electing a chairman and a vice chairman, one of whom shall be a woman, and a secretary and a treasurer, one of whom shall be a woman, and who may or may not be members of the committee.  In the event a vacancy shall occur in the office of chairman, a vacancy shall also be declared in the office of vice chairman and a new election shall be held for filling the vacancies of both chairman and vice chairman, one of whom shall be a woman.

115.624.  State party committees may remove members, when. —

The members of the state committee of a party may remove a member of such committee upon a two-thirds majority vote of all state committee members voting thereon.  Upon certification to the secretary of state by the state committee that a two-thirds majority of its members have elected to remove a member, such member shall forfeit his or her office and a vacancy shall exist on said state committee.

115.625.  Convention of delegates of established party authorized. —

The state committee of any established political party may, except as otherwise provided by law, call a convention of delegates to be apportioned, chosen or elected in such manner as it may prescribe for the purpose of nominating presidential electors, electing delegates to national conventions, electing members of national committees adopting or making declarations of party principles on national questions, and to do and perform any other act not inconsistent with the law.

115.627.  Constitution or bylaws of political committees authorized — how changed. —

A party committee may adopt a constitution or bylaws or both. Such constitution or bylaws may have any provisions not in conflict with the laws of this state.  Changes to such party rules may require no greater than a two-thirds vote of the total membership of a committee.  Within a sixty-day period after the required committee organizational meeting following each primary election, any such constitution or bylaws may be changed or amended by a majority vote of the total membership of the committee.

Election Offenses

115.629.  Four classes of election offenses. —

There shall be four classes of election offenses consisting of all offenses arising under this chapter, and such other offenses as are specified by law.

115.631.  Class one election offenses. —

The following offenses, and any others specifically so described by law, shall be class one election offenses and are deemed felonies connected with the exercise of the right of suffrage.  Conviction for any of these offenses shall be punished by imprisonment of not more than five years or by fine of not less than two thousand five hundred dollars but not more than ten thousand dollars or by both such imprisonment and fine:

(1)  Willfully and falsely making any certificate, affidavit, or statement required to be made pursuant to any provision of this chapter, including but not limited to statements specifically required to be made “under penalty of perjury”; or in any other manner knowingly furnishing false information to an election authority or election official engaged in any lawful duty or action in such a way as to hinder or mislead the authority or official in the performance of official duties.  If an individual willfully and falsely makes any certificate, affidavit, or statement required to be made under section 115.155, including but not limited to statements specifically required to be made “under penalty of perjury”, such individual shall be guilty of a class D felony;

(2)  Voting more than once or voting at any election knowing that the person is not entitled to vote or that the person has already voted on the same day at another location inside or outside the state of Missouri;

(3)  Procuring any person to vote knowing the person is not lawfully entitled to vote or knowingly procuring an illegal vote to be cast at any election;

(4)  Applying for a ballot in the name of any other person, whether the name be that of a person living or dead or of a fictitious person, or applying for a ballot in his or her own or any other name after having once voted at the election inside or outside the state of Missouri;

(5)  Aiding, abetting or advising another person to vote knowing the person is not legally entitled to vote or knowingly aiding, abetting or advising another person to cast an illegal vote;

(6)  An election judge knowingly causing or permitting any ballot to be in the ballot box at the opening of the polls and before the voting commences;

(7)  Knowingly furnishing any voter with a false or fraudulent or bogus ballot, or knowingly practicing any fraud upon a voter to induce him or her to cast a vote which will be rejected, or otherwise defrauding him or her of his or her vote;

(8)  An election judge knowingly placing or attempting to place or permitting any ballot, or paper having the semblance of a ballot, to be placed in a ballot box at any election unless the ballot is offered by a qualified voter as provided by law;

(9)  Knowingly placing or attempting to place or causing to be placed any false or fraudulent or bogus ballot in a ballot box at any election;

(10)  Knowingly removing any legal ballot from a ballot box for the purpose of changing the true and lawful count of any election or in any other manner knowingly changing the true and lawful count of any election;

(11)  Knowingly altering, defacing, damaging, destroying or concealing any ballot after it has been voted for the purpose of changing the lawful count of any election;

(12)  Knowingly altering, defacing, damaging, destroying or concealing any poll list, report, affidavit, return or certificate for the purpose of changing the lawful count of any election;

(13)  On the part of any person authorized to receive, tally or count a poll list, tally sheet or election return, receiving, tallying or counting a poll list, tally sheet or election return the person knows is fraudulent, forged or counterfeit, or knowingly making an incorrect account of any election;

(14)  On the part of any person whose duty it is to grant certificates of election, or in any manner declare the result of an election, granting a certificate to a person the person knows is not entitled to receive the certificate, or declaring any election result the person knows is based upon fraudulent, fictitious or illegal votes or returns;

(15)  Willfully destroying or damaging any official ballots, whether marked or unmarked, after the ballots have been prepared for use at an election and during the time they are required by law to be preserved in the custody of the election judges or the election authority;

(16)  Willfully tampering with, disarranging, altering the information on, defacing, impairing or destroying any voting machine or marking device after the machine or marking device has been prepared for use at an election and during the time it is required by law to remain locked and sealed with intent to impair the functioning of the machine or marking device at an election, mislead any voter at the election, or to destroy or change the count or record of votes on such machine;

(17)  Registering to vote knowing the person is not legally entitled to register or registering in the name of another person, whether the name be that of a person living or dead or of a fictitious person;

(18)  Procuring any other person to register knowing the person is not legally entitled to register, or aiding, abetting or advising another person to register knowing the person is not legally entitled to register;

(19)  Knowingly preparing, altering or substituting any computer program or other counting equipment to give an untrue or unlawful result of an election;

(20)  On the part of any person assisting a blind or disabled person to vote, knowingly failing to cast such person’s vote as such person directs;

(21)  On the part of any registration or election official, permitting any person to register to vote or to vote when such official knows the person is not legally entitled to register or not legally entitled to vote;

(22)  On the part of a notary public acting in his or her official capacity, knowingly violating any of the provisions of this chapter or any provision of law pertaining to elections;

(23)  Violation of any of the provisions of sections 115.275 to 115.303, or of any provision of law pertaining to absentee voting;

(24)  Assisting a person to vote knowing such person is not legally entitled to such assistance, or while assisting a person to vote who is legally entitled to such assistance, in any manner coercing, requesting or suggesting that the voter vote for or against, or refrain from voting on any question, ticket or candidate;

(25)  Engaging in any act of violence, destruction of property having a value of five hundred dollars or more, or threatening an act of violence with the intent of denying a person’s lawful right to vote or to participate in the election process; and

(26)  Knowingly providing false information about election procedures for the purpose of preventing any person from going to the polls.

115.633.  Class two election offenses. —

The following offenses, and any others specifically so described by law, shall be class two election offenses and are deemed felonies not connected with the exercise of the right of suffrage.  Conviction for any of these offenses shall be punished by imprisonment of not more than five years or by fine of not less than two thousand five hundred dollars but not more than ten thousand dollars or by both such imprisonment and fine:

(1)  On the day of election or before the counting of votes is completed, willfully concealing, breaking, or destroying any ballot box used or intended to be used at such election or willfully or fraudulently concealing or removing any ballot box from the custody of the election judges;

(2)  Willfully tampering with, disarranging, defacing, materially altering, impairing, or destroying any voting machine or automatic tabulating equipment owned or leased by or loaned to an election authority.

115.635.  Class three election offenses. —

The following offenses, and any others specifically so described by law, shall be class three election offenses and are deemed misdemeanors connected with the exercise of the right of suffrage.  Conviction for any of these offenses shall be punished by imprisonment of not more than one year or by fine of not more than two thousand five hundred dollars, or by both such imprisonment and fine:

(1)  Giving, lending, agreeing to give or lend, offering, promising, or endeavoring to procure, any money or valuable consideration, office, or place of employment, to or for any voter, to or for any person on behalf of any voter, or to or for any person, in order to induce any voter to vote or refrain from voting or corruptly doing any such act on account of such voter having already voted or refrained from voting at any election;

(2)  Making use of, or threatening to make use of, any force, violence, or restraint, or inflicting or threatening to inflict any injury, damage, harm or loss upon or against any person, in order to induce or compel such person to vote or refrain from voting at any election;

(3)  Impeding or preventing, or attempting to impede or prevent, by abduction, duress or any fraudulent device or contrivance, the free exercise of the franchise of any voter or, by abduction, duress, or any fraudulent device, compelling, inducing, or prevailing upon any voter to vote or refrain from voting at any election;

(4)  Giving, or making an agreement to give, any money, property, right in action, or other gratuity or reward, in consideration of any grant or deputation of office;

(5)  Bringing into this state any nonresident person with intent that such person shall vote at an election without possessing the requisite qualifications;

(6)  Asking for, receiving, or taking any money or other reward by way of gift, loan, or other device or agreeing or contracting for any money, gift, office, employment, or other reward, for giving, or refraining from giving, his or her vote in any election;

(7)  Removing, destroying or altering any supplies or information placed in or near a voting booth for the purpose of enabling a voter to prepare his or her ballot;

(8)  Entering a voting booth or compartment except as specifically authorized by law;

(9)  On the part of any election official, challenger, watcher or person assisting a person to vote, revealing or disclosing any information as to how any voter may have voted, indicated that the person had voted except as authorized by this chapter, indicated an intent to vote or offered to vote, except to a grand jury or pursuant to a lawful subpoena in a court proceeding relating to an election offense;

(10)  On the part of any registration or election official, refusing to permit any person to register to vote or to vote when such official knows the person is legally entitled to register or legally entitled to vote;

(11)  Attempting to commit or participating in an attempt to commit any class one or class two election offense.

115.637.  Class four election offenses. —

The following offenses, and any others specifically so described by law, shall be class four election offenses and are deemed misdemeanors not connected with the exercise of the right of suffrage.  Conviction for any of these offenses shall be punished by imprisonment of not more than one year or by a fine of not more than two thousand five hundred dollars or by both such imprisonment and fine:

(1)  Stealing or willfully concealing, defacing, mutilating, or destroying any sample ballots that may be furnished by an organization or individual at or near any voting place on election day, except that this subdivision shall not be construed so as to interfere with the right of an individual voter to erase or cause to be erased on a sample ballot the name of any candidate and substituting the name of the person for whom he or she intends to vote; or to dispose of the received sample ballot;

(2)  Printing, circulating, or causing to be printed or circulated, any false and fraudulent sample ballots which appear on their face to be designed as a fraud upon voters;

(3)  Purposefully giving a printed or written sample ballot to any qualified voter which is intended to mislead the voter;

(4)  On the part of any candidate for election to any office of honor, trust, or profit, offering or promising to discharge the duties of such office for a less sum than the salary, fees, or emoluments as fixed by law or promising to pay back or donate to any public or private interest any portion of such salary, fees, or emolument as an inducement to voters;

(5)  On the part of any canvasser appointed to canvass any registration list, willfully failing to appear, refusing to continue, or abandoning such canvass or willfully neglecting to perform his duties in making such canvass or willfully neglecting any duties lawfully assigned to him or her;

(6)  On the part of any employer, making, enforcing, or attempting to enforce any order, rule, or regulation or adopting any other device or method to prevent an employee from engaging in political activities, accepting candidacy for nomination to, election to, or the holding of, political office, holding a position as a member of a political committee, soliciting or receiving funds for political purpose, acting as chairman or participating in a political convention, assuming the conduct of any political campaign, signing, or subscribing his or her name to any initiative, referendum, or recall petition, or any other petition circulated pursuant to law;

(7)  On the part of any person authorized or employed to print official ballots, or any person employed in printing ballots, giving, delivering, or knowingly permitting to be taken any ballot to or by any person other than the official under whose direction the ballots are being printed, any ballot in any form other than that prescribed by law, or with unauthorized names, with names misspelled, or with the names of candidates arranged in any way other than that authorized by law;

(8)  On the part of any election authority or official charged by law with the duty of distributing the printed ballots, or any person acting on his or her behalf, knowingly distributing or causing to be distributed any ballot in any manner other than that prescribed by law;

(9)  Any person having in his or her possession any official ballot, except in the performance of his or her duty as an election authority or official, or in the act of exercising his or her individual voting privilege;

(10)  Willfully mutilating, defacing, or altering any ballot before it is delivered to a voter;

(11)  On the part of any election judge, being willfully absent from the polls on election day without good cause or willfully detaining any election material or equipment and not causing it to be produced at the voting place at the opening of the polls or within fifteen minutes thereafter;

(12)  On the part of any election authority or official, willfully neglecting, refusing, or omitting to perform any duty required of him or her by law with respect to holding and conducting an election, receiving and counting out the ballots, or making proper returns;

(13)  On the part of any election judge, or party watcher or challenger, furnishing any information tending in any way to show the state of the count to any other person prior to the closing of the polls;

(14)  On the part of any voter, except as otherwise provided by law, allowing his or her ballot to be seen by any person with the intent of letting it be known how he or she is about to vote or has voted, or knowingly making a false statement as to his or her inability to mark a ballot;

(15)  On the part of any election judge, disclosing to any person the name of any candidate for whom a voter has voted;

(16)  Interfering, or attempting to interfere, with any voter inside a polling place;

(17)  On the part of any person at any registration site, polling place, counting location or verification location, causing any breach of the peace or engaging in disorderly conduct, violence, or threats of violence whereby such registration, election, count or verification is impeded or interfered with;

(18)  Exit polling, surveying, sampling, electioneering, distributing election literature, posting signs or placing vehicles bearing signs with respect to any candidate or question to be voted on at an election on election day inside the building in which a polling place is located or within twenty-five feet of the building’s outer door closest to the polling place, or, on the part of any person, refusing to remove or permit removal from property owned or controlled by such person, any such election sign or literature located within such distance on such day after request for removal by any person;

(19)  Stealing or willfully defacing, mutilating, or destroying any campaign yard sign on private property, except that this subdivision shall not be construed to interfere with the right of any private property owner to take any action with regard to campaign yard signs on the owner’s property and this subdivision shall not be construed to interfere with the right of any candidate, or the candidate’s designee, to remove the candidate’s campaign yard sign from the owner’s private property after the election day.

115.639.  Three hours off work to vote — interference by employer a class four offense. —

1.  Any person entitled to vote at any election held within this state shall, on the day of such election, be entitled to absent himself from any services or employment in which he is then engaged or employed, for a period of three hours between the time of opening and the time of closing the polls for the purpose of voting, and any such absence for such purpose shall not be reason for the discharge of or the threat to discharge any such person from such services or employment; and such employee, if he votes, shall not, because of so absenting himself, be liable to any penalty or discipline, nor shall any deduction be made on account of such absence from his usual salary or wages; provided, however, that request shall be made for such leave of absence prior to the day of election, and provided further, that this section shall not apply to a voter on the day of election if there are three successive hours while the polls are open in which he is not in the service of his employer.  The employer may specify any three hours between the time of opening and the time of closing the polls during which such employee may absent himself.

2. Any employer violating this section shall be deemed guilty of a class four election offense.

115.641.  Failure to perform a duty under this chapter a class four offense — exceptions. —

Any duty or requirement imposed by the provisions of this chapter which is not fulfilled and for which no other or different punishment is prescribed shall constitute a class four election offense.

115.642.  Complaint procedures. —

1.  Any person may file a complaint with the secretary of state stating the name of any person who has violated any of the provisions of sections 115.629 to 115.646 and stating the facts of the alleged offense, sworn to, under penalty of perjury.

2. Within thirty days of receiving a complaint, the secretary of state shall notify the person filing the complaint whether or not the secretary has dismissed the complaint or will commence an investigation.  The secretary of state shall dismiss frivolous complaints.  For purposes of this subsection, “frivolous complaint” shall mean an allegation clearly lacking any basis in fact or law.  Any person who makes a frivolous complaint pursuant to this section shall be liable for actual and compensatory damages to the alleged violator for holding the alleged violator before the public in a false light.  If reasonable grounds appear that the alleged offense was committed, the secretary of state may issue a probable cause statement.  If the secretary of state issues a probable cause statement, he or she may refer the offense to the appropriate prosecuting attorney.

3. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 27.060, 56.060, or 56.430 to the contrary, when requested by the prosecuting attorney or circuit attorney, the secretary of state or his or her authorized representatives may aid any prosecuting attorney or circuit attorney in the commencement and prosecution of election offenses as provided in sections 115.629 to 115.646.

4. The secretary of state may investigate any suspected violation of any of the provisions of sections 115.629 to 115.646.

115.646.  Public funds expenditure by political subdivision officer or employee, prohibited — personal appearances permitted. —

No contribution or expenditure of public funds shall be made directly by any officer, employee or agent of any political subdivision to advocate, support, or oppose any ballot measure or candidate for public office.  This section shall not be construed to prohibit any public official of a political subdivision from making public appearances or from issuing press releases concerning any such ballot measure.

Mail-in Ballots, Certain Elections

115.650.  Citation of sections 115.650 to 115.660 — applicable definitions. —

Sections 115.650 to 115.660 shall be known and may be cited as “The Mail Ballot Election Act”.  All terms used in sections 115.650 to 115.660 shall have the same meaning given such terms in section 115.013.

115.652.  Mail-in voting may be conducted, when, limitations. — An election shall not be conducted under sections 115.650 to 115.660 unless:

(1)  The officer or agency calling the election submits a written request that the election be conducted by mail.  Such request shall be submitted not later than the date specified in section 115.125 for submission of the notice of election and sample ballot;

(2)  The election authority responsible for conducting the election authorizes the use of mailed ballots for the election;

(3)  The election is nonpartisan;

(4)  The election is not one at which any candidate is elected, retained or recalled; and

(5)  The election is an issue election at which all of the qualified voters of any one political subdivision are the only voters eligible to vote.

115.655.  Delivery of official ballots, how — voting procedures — form of return identification envelope — replacement ballots, when — return of — counting of ballots. —

1.  The election authority shall provide for the delivery of official ballots to each qualified voter:

(1)  By first class mail to the mailing address of each voter as it appears on the registration records of the election authority on the deadline specified in subsection 1 of section 115.135 for registration.  Each ballot so mailed shall be placed by the election authority in an envelope which is prominently marked “Do Not Forward” and mailed not later than the tenth day prior to the election; or

(2)  By delivering the ballot to the residential address of the voter as it appears on the registration records of the election authority on the deadline specified in subsection 1 of section 115.135 for registration.  Such delivery shall be made by a bi-partisan team appointed by the election authority from lists submitted under the provisions of section 115.087.

Voters shall also be provided with a return identification envelope, a secrecy envelope, and instructions sufficient to describe the voting process.

2. Upon receipt of the ballot, the voter shall mark it, place and seal the marked ballot in the secrecy envelope supplied with the ballot, place and seal the sealed secrecy envelope containing the marked ballot in the return identification envelope supplied with the ballot which has been signed by the voter and then return the marked ballot to the election authority by either:

(1)  United States mail; or

(2)  Personally delivering the ballot to the office of the election authority.

3. The election authority may provide additional sites for return delivery of ballots.  The election authority may provide for the payment of postage on the return of ballots.

4. The return identification envelope shall be in substantially the following form:

PLEASE PRINT:

NAME ______

I declare under penalty of perjury, a felony, that I am a resident and a qualified voter for this election as shown on voter registration records and that I have voted the enclosed ballot and am returning it in compliance with sections 115.650 to 115.660, RSMo, and have not and will not vote more than one ballot in this election.

I also understand that failure to complete the information below will invalidate my ballot.

__________________

Signature

__________________

Residence Address

__________________

Mailing Address (if different)

5. If the ballot is destroyed, spoiled, lost or not received by the voter, the voter may obtain a replacement ballot from the election authority as provided in this subsection.  A voter seeking a replacement ballot shall sign a statement verified on oath or affirmation, on a form prescribed by the election authority that the ballot was destroyed, spoiled, lost or not received.  The applicant shall deliver the statement to the election authority before noon on the date of the election.  The applicant may mail the statement to the election authority; but, no election authority shall transmit a ballot by mail under this subsection unless the application is received prior to the close of business on the fifth day prior to the election.  When an application is timely received under this subsection, the election authority shall deliver the ballot to the voter if the voter is present in the office of the election authority, or promptly transmit the ballot by mail to the voter at the address contained in the application, except when prohibited in this subsection.  The election authority shall keep a record of each replacement ballot provided under this subsection.

6. A ballot must be returned by mail or received in the office of the election authority or at a site provided for receipt of ballots by the election authority no later than 7:00 p.m. on election day.  The election authority shall transmit all return identification envelopes to a team or teams of judges of not less than four, with an equal number from each major political party.  The judges shall be selected by the election authority from lists submitted under the provisions of section 115.087, and subscribe to the oath provided in section 115.091.  Upon receipt of such envelopes the judges shall verify the signature of each voter on the return identification envelope with the signature of the voter on the voter registration records.  Such verification may commence at time prior to the day of the election.  The election authority shall adopt procedures for securing and accounting for all verified return identification envelopes.  The secrecy envelope shall not be separated from the return identification envelope before ballots are counted.  Ballots may be counted at any time on election day provided the results are not released before 7:00 p.m. on that day. Counting of ballots may be done by hand or through the utilization of automatic tabulating equipment and shall be governed by the applicable sections of this chapter.

115.658.  Absentee voting, allowed, how — contest of election, procedure. —

1.  Any registered voter of this state may vote by absentee ballot in an election conducted pursuant to sections 115.650 to 115.660 in accordance with the provisions of this chapter concerning absentee voting.

2. Any registered voter of the subdivision wherein a mail-in election pursuant to sections 115.650 to 115.660 is conducted may contest the results of such an election in the same manner as provided in this chapter.

115.660.  Secretary of state may promulgate rules. —

The secretary of state may adopt rules and regulations governing the procedures and forms necessary to implement sections 115.650 to 115.660.  No rule or portion of a rule promulgated under the authority of sections 115.650 to 115.660 shall become effective unless it has been promulgated pursuant to the provisions of section 536.024.

Local Issues — Petition

115.700.  Local issues, petition, form and procedure, when. —

When the form of a petition is not provided by law for local issues, the provisions of section 115.019 shall, as far as possible, govern the form of the petition, but not the date of the election.

Presidential Primary

115.755.  Presidential primary, when held. —

A statewide presidential preference primary shall be held on the second Tuesday after the first Monday in March of each presidential election year.

115.758.  Official list of candidates announced, when. —

On or before the tenth Tuesday prior to the date of the presidential preference primary, the secretary of state shall announce the official list of presidential candidates for each established political party as provided in section 115.761.

115.761.  Official list of candidates, how included, filing fee — name removed, how — ballot form, content. —

1.  The official list of presidential candidates for each established political party shall include the names of all constitutionally qualified candidates for whom, on or after 8:00 a.m. on the fifteenth Tuesday prior to the presidential primary, and on or before 5:00 p.m., on the eleventh Tuesday prior to the presidential primary, a written request to be included on the presidential primary ballot is filed with the secretary of state along with:

(1)  Receipt of payment to the state committee of the established political party on whose ballot the candidate wishes to appear of a filing fee of one thousand dollars; or

(2)  A written statement, sworn to before an officer authorized by law to administer oaths, that the candidate is unable to pay the filing fee and does not have funds in a campaign fund or committee to pay the filing fee and a petition signed by not less than five thousand registered Missouri voters, as determined by the secretary of state, that the candidate’s name be placed on the ballot of the specified established political party for the presidential preference primary.  The request to be included on the presidential primary ballot shall include each signer’s printed name, registered address and signature and shall be in substantially the following form:

I (We) the undersigned, do hereby request that the name of ______ be placed upon the February ______, ______, presidential primary ballot as candidate for nomination as the nominee for President of the United States on the ______ party ticket.

2. The state or national party organization of an established political party that adopts rules imposing signature requirements to be met before a candidate can be listed as an official candidate shall notify the secretary of state by October first of the year preceding the presidential primary.

3. Any candidate or such candidate’s authorized representative may have such candidate’s name stricken from the presidential primary ballot by filing with the secretary of state on or before 5:00 p.m. on the eleventh Tuesday prior to the presidential primary election a written statement, sworn to before an officer authorized by law to administer oaths, requesting that such candidate’s name not be printed on the official primary ballot.  Thereafter, the secretary of state shall not include the name of that candidate in the official list announced pursuant to section 115.758 or in the certified list of candidates transmitted pursuant to section 115.765.

4. The filing times set out in this section shall only apply to presidential preference primaries, and are in lieu of those established in section 115.349.

115.765.  Certified list of candidates, order of appearance on ballot, procedure. —

On or before the tenth Tuesday prior to a presidential preference primary, the secretary of state shall transmit to each election authority a certified list containing the names of all candidates whose names shall appear on the presidential preference primary ballot of each party.  The names of the candidates shall appear in the order in which their request to be included on the presidential primary ballot was received in the office of the secretary of state, except that, in the case of candidates who file a request to be included on the presidential primary ballot with the secretary of state prior to 5:00 p.m. on the first day for filing, the secretary of state shall determine by random drawing the order in which such candidates’ names shall appear on the ballot.  The drawing shall be conducted so that each candidate, or candidate’s representative, may draw a number at random at the time of filing.  The secretary of state shall record the number drawn with the candidate’s request to be included on the presidential primary ballot.  The names of candidates filing on the first day for filing on each party ballot shall be listed in ascending order of the numbers so drawn.

115.767.  Names to appear on ballot. —

Each election authority shall cause the name of candidates certified by the secretary of state to appear on the presidential preference primary ballot of each party, followed by a listing for an uncommitted vote.

115.770.  Conduct of primary. —

The conduct of the presidential preference primary election and the count and canvass of the votes cast therein shall conform as nearly as is practicable to that prescribed for the conduct of the primary election for state officers.  All primary election laws not inconsistent with the provisions of sections 115.750 to 115.785 shall be applicable to the conduct of this election, and the form of the ballot insofar as is practicable shall be substantially as that prescribed by section 115.395.  In a presidential preference primary, each voter shall be entitled to receive the ballot of one and only one established political party, designated by the voter before receiving such voter’s ballot.  Each voter who participates in a presidential preference primary shall be entitled to vote on all questions and for any candidates submitted by political subdivisions and special districts at the general municipal election.  Each voter who does not wish to participate in a presidential preference primary may vote on all questions and for any candidates submitted by a political subdivision or special district at the general municipal election.

115.773.  Duty to notify state chair of parties. —

After the count and canvass of the votes cast, the secretary of state shall notify the state chair of each of the established political parties for whom a candidate was listed, of the number of votes recorded in that established political party’s primary that each candidate and uncommitted listing received.

115.776.  Caucuses, delegates for national conventions. —

The state party organization which is the state organization recognized by the national organization of that established political party shall, after the primary and before the national convention, conduct a series of caucuses culminating in congressional and state conventions.  Delegates to the national conventions shall be chosen at the congressional district and state conventions pursuant to rules established by the political parties.

115.785.  Costs of primary to be paid by state, exceptions. —

All costs of a presidential preference primary shall be paid by the state, except that, pursuant to section 115.065, costs shall be shared proportionately by the state and any political subdivisions and special districts holding an election on the same day as any such primary.  For any county with more than five hundred polling places, the state shall assist in assuring adequate poll workers and equipment.

115.801.  Youth voting programs, grant, loan, or other aid program to be administered — grant program to improve federal election process — rulemaking authority. —

1.  Subject to appropriation from federal funds, the secretary of state shall administer a grant, loan, or other aid program for the purpose of involving youth in youth voting programs.  The secretary of state may promulgate rules to effectuate the provisions of this subsection.

2. The secretary of state shall administer a grant, loan, or other aid program for the purpose of allowing election authorities to receive grants from the federal government for the purpose of improving the election process in federal elections.  The secretary of state may promulgate rules to effectuate the provisions of this subsection.

3. Any rule or portion of a rule, as that term is defined in section 536.010, that is created under the authority delegated in this section shall become effective only if it complies with and is subject to all of the provisions of chapter 536 and, if applicable, section 536.028.  This subsection and chapter 536 are nonseverable and if any of the powers vested with the general assembly pursuant to chapter 536 to review, to delay the effective date or to disapprove and annul a rule are subsequently held unconstitutional, then the grant of rulemaking authority and any rule proposed or adopted after August 28, 2002, shall be invalid and void.

Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act

115.900.  Citation of law. —

Sections 115.900 to 115.936 may be cited as the “Uniformed Military and Overseas Voters Act”.

115.902.  Definitions. —

As used in sections 115.900 to 115.936, the following terms shall mean:

(1)  “Covered voter”:

(a)  A uniformed services voter who is registered to vote in this state;

(b)  A uniformed services voter defined in this section whose voting residence is in this state and who otherwise satisfies this state’s voter eligibility requirements; or

(c)  An overseas voter;

(2)  “Dependent”, an individual recognized as a dependent by a uniformed service;

(3)  “Federal postcard application”, the application prescribed under Section 101(b)(2) of the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, 42 U.S.C. Section 1973ff(b)(2);

(4)  “Federal write-in absentee ballot”, the ballot described in Section 103 of the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, 42 U.S.C. Section 1973ff-2;

(5)  “Military-overseas ballot”:

(a)  A federal write-in absentee ballot;

(b)  A ballot specifically prepared or distributed for use by a covered voter in accordance with sections 115.900 to 115.936; and

(c)  A ballot cast by a covered voter in accordance with sections 115.900 to 115.936;

(6)  “Overseas voter”:

(a)  A person who resides outside the United States and is qualified to vote in the last place in which the person was domiciled before leaving the United States; or

(b)  A person who resides outside the United States and, but for such residence, would be qualified to vote in the last place in which the person was domiciled before leaving the United States;

(7)  “State”, a state of the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, or any territory or insular possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States;

(8)  “Uniformed services”:

(a)  Active and reserve components of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard of the United States;

(b)  The Merchant Marine, the commissioned corps of the Public Health Service, or the commissioned corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the United States; or

(c)  The Missouri National Guard;

(9)  “Uniformed services voter”, an individual who is qualified to vote and is:

(a)  A member of the active or reserve components of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard of the United States who is on active duty;

(b)  A member of the Merchant Marine, the commissioned corps of the Public Health Service, or the commissioned corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the United States;

(c)  A member on activated status of the National Guard; or

(d)  A spouse or dependent of a member referred to in this subdivision;

(10)  “United States”, used in the territorial sense, the several states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, and any territory or insular possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States.

115.904.  Applicability. —

The voting procedures in sections 115.900 to 115.936 shall apply to:

(1)  A general, special, presidential preference, or primary election for federal office;

(2)  A general, special, or primary election for statewide or state legislative office or state ballot measure; or

(3)  Any election in which absentee voting is conducted pursuant to sections 115.275 to 115.304.

115.906.  Secretary of state to implement, duties. —

1.  The secretary of state shall be responsible for implementing sections 115.900 to 115.936 and the state’s responsibilities under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, 42 U.S.C.  Section 1973ff, et seq.

2. The secretary of state shall make available to covered voters information regarding voter registration procedures for covered voters and procedures for casting military-overseas ballots.  The secretary of state may delegate the responsibility under this subsection only to the state office designated in compliance with Section 102(b)(1) of the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, 42 U.S.C. Section 1973ff-1(b)(1).

3. The secretary of state shall establish an electronic transmission system through which a covered voter may apply for and receive voter registration materials, military-overseas ballots, and other information under sections 115.900 to 115.936.

4. The secretary of state shall:

(1)  Develop standardized absentee-voting materials, including privacy and transmission envelopes and their electronic equivalents, authentication materials, and voting instructions, to be used with the military-overseas ballot of a voter authorized to vote in any jurisdiction in this state; and

(2)  To the extent reasonably possible, coordinate with other states to carry out this subsection.

5. The secretary of state shall prescribe the form and content of a declaration for use by a covered voter to swear or affirm specific representations pertaining to the voter’s identity, eligibility to vote, status as a covered voter, and timely and proper completion of a military-overseas ballot.  The declaration shall be based on the declaration prescribed to accompany a federal write-in absentee ballot, as modified to be consistent with sections 115.900 to 115.936.  The secretary of state shall ensure that a form for the execution of the declaration, including an indication of the date of execution of the declaration, is a prominent part of all balloting materials for which the declaration is required.

115.908.  Federal postcard application permitted — declaration for federal write-in absentee ballot used to register to vote, when — electronic transmissions, secretary of state’s duties. —

1.  To apply to register to vote, in addition to any other approved method, a covered voter may use a federal postcard application, or the application’s electronic equivalent.

2. A covered voter may use the declaration accompanying a federal write-in absentee ballot to apply to register to vote simultaneously with the submission of the federal write-in absentee ballot, if the declaration is received no later than 5:00 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday prior to the election.  If the declaration is received after that date, it shall be treated as an application to register to vote for subsequent elections.

3. The secretary of state shall ensure that the electronic transmission system described in subsection 3 of section 115.906 is capable of accepting both a federal postcard application and any other approved electronic registration application sent to the appropriate election official.  The voter may use the electronic transmission system or any other approved method to register to vote.

115.910.  Application procedure. —

1.  A covered voter who is registered to vote in this state may apply for a military-overseas ballot using either the application for absentee ballot under section 115.279 or the federal postcard application or the application’s electronic equivalent.

2. A covered voter who is not registered to vote in this state may use a federal postcard application or the application’s electronic equivalent to apply simultaneously to register to vote under section 115.908 and for a military-overseas ballot.

3. The secretary of state shall ensure that the electronic transmission system described in section 115.906 is capable of accepting the submission of both a federal postcard application and any other approved electronic military-overseas ballot application sent to the appropriate election official.  The voter may use the electronic transmission system or any other approved method to apply for a military-overseas ballot.

4. A covered voter may use the declaration accompanying a federal write-in absentee ballot as an application for a military-overseas ballot simultaneously with the submission of the federal write-in absentee ballot, if the declaration is received by the appropriate election official by 5:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday immediately prior to the election.

5. To receive the benefits of sections 115.900 to 115.936, a covered voter shall inform the election authority that the voter is a covered voter.  Methods of informing the election authority that a voter is a covered voter include:

(1)  The use of a federal postcard application or federal write-in absentee ballot;

(2)  The use of an overseas address on an approved voter registration application or ballot application; or

(3)  The inclusion on an approved voter registration application or ballot application of other information sufficient to identify the voter as a covered voter.

115.912.  Timeliness of application, when. —

An application for a military-overseas ballot is timely if received by 5:00 p.m. on the Friday prior to the election.  An application for a military-overseas ballot for a primary election, whether or not timely, shall be effective as an application for a military-overseas ballot for the general election.

115.914.  Transmission of ballots to voters, when. —

1.  For an election described in section 115.904 for which this state has not received a waiver under Section 579 of the Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act, 42 U.S.C. Section 1973ff-1(g)(2), not later than forty-five days before the election or, if the forty-fifth day before the election is a weekend or holiday, not later than the business day preceding the forty-fifth day, the election authority in each jurisdiction charged with distributing a ballot and balloting materials shall transmit a ballot and balloting materials to all covered voters who by that date submit a valid military-overseas ballot application.

2.  A covered voter who requests that a ballot and balloting materials be sent to the voter by electronic transmission may choose facsimile transmission or electronic mail delivery, or, if offered by the voter’s jurisdiction, internet delivery.  The election authority in each jurisdiction charged with distributing a ballot and balloting materials shall transmit the ballot and balloting materials to the voter using the means of transmission chosen by the voter.

3. If a ballot application from a covered voter arrives after the jurisdiction begins transmitting ballots and balloting materials to voters, the election authority charged with distributing a ballot and balloting materials shall transmit them to the voter not later than two business days after the application arrives.

115.916.  Receipt of ballot by election authority, deadline. —

To be valid, a military-overseas ballot shall be received by the appropriate local election official not later than the close of the polls, or the voter shall submit the ballot for mailing, or other authorized means of delivery not later than 12:01 a.m., at the place where the voter completes the ballot, on the date of the election.

115.918.  Federal write-in absentee ballot, used to vote, when. —

A covered voter may use a federal write-in absentee ballot to vote for all offices and ballot measures in an election described in section 115.904.

115.920.  Ballot to be counted, when. —

1.  A valid military-overseas ballot cast in accordance with section 115.916 shall be counted if it is received before noon on the Friday after election day so that certification under section 115.508 may commence.

2. If, at the time of completing a military-overseas ballot and balloting materials, the voter has declared under penalty of perjury that the ballot was timely submitted, the ballot shall not be rejected on the basis that it has a late postmark, an unreadable postmark, or no postmark.

115.922.  Declaration to accompany ballot — penalty for misstatement of fact. —

A military-overseas ballot shall include or be accompanied by a declaration signed by the voter that a material misstatement of fact in completing the ballot may be grounds for a conviction of perjury under the laws of the United States or this state.

115.924.  Electronic free-access system required, contents. — The secretary of state, in coordination with local election authorities, shall implement an electronic free-access system by which a covered voter may determine:

(1)  The voter’s federal postcard application or other registration or military-overseas ballot application has been received and accepted; and

(2)  The voter’s military-overseas ballot has been received and the current status of the ballot.

115.926.  Electronic-mail address to be requested, use, confidentiality of. —

1.  The election authority shall request an electronic-mail address from each covered voter who registers to vote.  An electronic-mail address provided by a covered voter shall not be made available to the public or any individual or organization other than an authorized agent of the local election authority and is exempt from disclosure under the Missouri sunshine law contained in chapter 610.  The address shall be used only for official communication with the voter about the voting process, including transmitting military-overseas ballots and election materials if the voter has requested electronic transmission, and verifying the voter’s mailing address and physical location.  The request for an electronic-mail address shall describe the purposes for which the electronic-mail address may be used and include a statement that any other use or disclosure of the electronic-mail address is prohibited.

2. A covered voter who provides an electronic-mail address may request that the voter’s application for a military-overseas ballot be considered a standing request for electronic delivery of a ballot for all elections held through December thirty-first of the year following the calendar year of the date of the application or another shorter period the voter specifies.  An election authority shall provide a military-overseas ballot to a voter who makes a standing request for each election to which the request is applicable.  A covered voter who is entitled to receive a military-overseas ballot for a primary election under this subsection is entitled to receive a military-overseas ballot for the general election.

115.928.  Federal write-in absentee ballots, electronic notice, when-procedure. —

1.  Not later than the tenth Tuesday before a regularly scheduled election and as soon as practicable before an election not regularly scheduled, the election authority in each jurisdiction charged with printing and distributing ballots and balloting material shall prepare an election notice for that jurisdiction, to be used in conjunction with a federal write-in absentee ballot.  The election notice shall contain a list of all of the ballot measures and federal, state, and local offices that, as of that date, the official expects to be on the ballot on the date of the election.  The notice also shall contain specific instructions for how a voter is to indicate on the federal write-in absentee ballot the voter’s choice for each office to be filled and for each ballot measure to be contested.

2. A covered voter may request a copy of an election notice.  The election authority charged with preparing the election notice shall send the notice to the voter by facsimile, electronic mail, or regular mail, as the voter requests.

3. Not later than forty-five days prior to the election, the official charged with preparing the election notice under subsection 1 of this section shall update the notice with the certified candidates for each office and ballot measure questions and make the updated notice publicly available.

4. A local election jurisdiction that maintains an internet website shall make the election notice prepared under subsection 1 of this section and updated versions of the election notice regularly available on the website.

115.930.  Mistake or omission not to invalidate document, when — notarization not required, when. —

1.  If a voter’s mistake or omission in the completion of a document under sections 115.900 to 115.936 does not prevent determining whether a covered voter is eligible to vote, the mistake or omission shall not invalidate the document.  Failure to satisfy a nonsubstantive requirement, such as using paper or envelopes of a specified size or weight, shall not invalidate a document submitted under sections 115.900 to 115.936.  In a write-in ballot authorized by sections 115.900 to 115.936 or in a vote for a write-in candidate on a regular ballot, if the intention of the voter is discernable under this state’s uniform definition of what constitutes a vote, an abbreviation, misspelling, or other minor variation in the form of the name of a candidate or a political party shall be accepted as a valid vote.

2. Notarization shall not be required for the execution of a document under sections 115.900 to 115.936.  An authentication, other than the declaration specified in section 115.922 or the declaration on the federal postcard application and federal write-in absentee ballot, shall not be required for execution of a document under sections 115.900 to 115.936.  The declaration and any information in the declaration may be compared with information on file to ascertain the validity of the document.

115.932.  Compliance, court may issue injunction or grant other equitable relief. —

A court may issue an injunction or grant other equitable relief appropriate to ensure substantial compliance with, or enforce, sections 115.900 to 115.936 on application by:

(1)  A covered voter alleging a grievance under sections 115.900 to 115.936; or

(2)  An election authority in this state.

115.934.  Uniformity of law to be considered. —

In applying and construing sections 115.900 to 115.936, consideration shall be given to the need to promote uniformity of the law with respect to its subject matter among states that enact it.

115.936.  Act to supersede other federal law, when. —

Sections 115.900 to 115.936 modify, limit, and supersede the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, 15 U.S.C.  Section 7001, et seq., but shall not modify, limit, or supersede Section 101(c) of that act, 15 U.S.C. Section 7001(c), or authorize electronic delivery of any of the notices described in Section 103(b) of that act, 15 U.S.C. Section 7003(b).

Voter Registration Applications

115.960.  Electronic signatures accepted, when — system to be used — inapplicability — petitions, authorized signatures — confidentiality of data. —

1.  An election authority is authorized to accept voter registration applications with a signature submitted to the election authority under the provisions of sections 432.200 to 432.295 as provided in this section:

(1)  Sections 432.200 to 432.295 shall only apply to transactions between parties that have agreed to conduct transactions by electronic means;

(2)  Except as provided in subsection 2 of this section, as used in this section and sections 432.200 to 432.295, the parties who agree to conduct voter registration transactions by electronic means shall be the local election authority who is required to accept or reject a voter registration application and the prospective voter submitting the application;

(3)  A local election authority is authorized to develop, maintain, and approve systems that transmit voter registration applications electronically under sections 432.200 to 432.295;

(4)  Except as provided in subsection 2 of this section, no officer, agency, or organization shall collect or submit a voter registration application with an electronic signature to an election authority without first obtaining approval of the data and signature format from the local election authority and the approval of the voter to collect and store the signature and data; and

(5)  Local election authorities who maintain a voter registration application system shall direct voter registration applicants from other jurisdictions to the system used by the local election authority for that jurisdiction to accept voter registration applications electronically.

2. A system maintained by the secretary of state’s office shall be used to accept voter registration applications electronically subsequent to approval from the committee formed as set forth in this subsection:

(1)  Within thirty days of, but in no event prior to January 1, 2017, the president of the Missouri Association of County Clerks and Election Authorities shall appoint fourteen of its members to serve on a committee to approve and develop uniform standards, systems, and modifications that shall be used by the secretary of state in any electronic voter registration application system offered by that office.  The committee may also make recommendations regarding the purchase, maintenance, integration, and operation of electronic databases, software, and hardware used by local election authorities and the secretary of state’s office including, but not limited to, systems used for military and overseas voting and for building and conducting election operations.  The committee shall have fourteen local election authorities, including representatives of each classification of counties, a representative from an election board, and at least one member who has experience processing online voter registration transactions.  In addition, one representative appointed by the secretary of state’s office shall serve on the committee;

(2)  The committee shall immediately meet to approve electronic signature formats and a minimum set of data collection standards for use in a voter registration application system maintained by the secretary of state;

(3)  Once the format and data collection standards are approved by the committee and implemented for the system maintained by the secretary of state, local election authorities shall accept the transmission of voter registration applications submitted to the approved system under the provisions of sections 432.200 to 432.295;

(4)  The secretary of state’s office shall direct eligible voters to a local election authority’s system to accept voter registration applications electronically if the local election authority has a system in place as of August 28, 2016, or implements a system that meets the same standards and format that has been approved by the committee for the secretary of state’s system;

(5)  The committee shall meet not less than semiannually through June 30, 2019, to recommend and approve changes and enhancements proposed by the secretary of state or election authorities to the electronic voter registration application system.  Vacancies that occur on the committee shall be filled by the president of the Missouri Association of County Clerks and Election Authorities at the time of the vacancy;

(6)  To improve the accuracy of voter registration application data and reduce costs for local election authorities, the system maintained by the secretary of state shall, as soon as is practical, provide a method where the data entered by the voter registration applicant does not have to be re-entered by the election authority to the state voter registration database.

3. Each applicant who registers using an approved electronic voter registration application system shall be deemed to be registered as of the date the signed application is submitted to the system, if such application is accepted and not rejected by the election authority and the verification notice required under section 115.155 is not returned as undeliverable by the postal service.

4. This section shall not apply to voter registration and absentee records submitted by voters authorized under federal law, section 115.291, or sections 115.900 to 115.936 to submit electronic records and signatures.

5. High quality copies, including electronic copies, of signatures made on paper documents may be used for petition signature verification purposes and retained as records.

6. Any signature required for petition submission under chapter 116 shall be handwritten on a paper document.

7. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 432.230, nothing in this section shall require the election authority to accept voter registration records or signatures created, generated, sent, communicated, received, stored, or otherwise processed, or used by electronic means or in electronic form from any officer, agency, or organization not authorized under subsection 2 of this section without prior approval from the election authority.  Except as provided in subsection 2 of this section, no officer, agency, or organization shall give the voter the opportunity to submit a voter registration application with an electronic signature without first obtaining the approval of the local election authority.

8. An election authority that agrees to conduct a transaction by electronic means may refuse to conduct other transactions by electronic means.

9. No election authority or the secretary of state shall furnish to any member of the public any data collected under a voter registration application system except as authorized in subsections 1 to 5* of section 115.157.

10. Nothing in this section shall be construed to require the secretary of state to cease operating a voter registration application in place as of the effective date of this act.

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Chapter 111 – Conduct of Elections

[Repealed].

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Chapter 112 – Absentee Voting

[Repealed].

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Chapter 113 – Registration of Voters and Conduct of Elections in Certain Counties

[Repealed].

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Chapter 114 – Voter Registration in Areas Without Election Commissioners

[Repealed].

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Chapter 116 – Initiative and Referendum

116.010.  Definitions. —

As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise indicates,

(1)  “County” means any one of the several counties of this state or the city of St. Louis;

(2)  “Election authority” means a county clerk or board of election commissioners, as established by section 115.015;

(3)  “General election” means the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November in even-numbered years;

(4)  “Official ballot title” means the summary statement and fiscal note summary prepared for all statewide ballot measures in accordance with the provisions of this chapter which shall be placed on the ballot and, when applicable, shall be the petition title for initiative or referendum petitions;

(5)  “Statewide ballot measure” means a constitutional amendment submitted by initiative petition, the general assembly or a constitutional convention; a statutory measure submitted by initiative or referendum petition; the question of holding a constitutional convention; and a constitution proposed by a constitutional convention;

(6)  “Voter” means a person registered to vote in accordance with section 115.151.

116.020.  Application of laws. —

This chapter shall apply to elections on statewide ballot measures.  The election procedures contained in chapter 115 shall apply to elections on statewide ballot measures, except to the extent that the provisions of chapter 116 directly conflict, in which case chapter 116 shall prevail, and except to the extent that a constitutional convention’s provisions under Section 3(c) of Article XII of the Constitution directly conflict, in which case the convention’s provisions shall prevail.

116.025.  Attorney general sent fair ballot language, when — statement posted at polling place. —

The secretary of state within twenty days of receiving a statewide ballot measure shall prepare and transmit to the attorney general fair ballot language statements that fairly and accurately explain what a vote for and what a vote against the measure represent.  Each statement shall be posted in each polling place next to the sample ballot.  Such fair ballot language statements shall be true and impartial statements of the effect of a vote for and against the measure in language neither intentionally argumentative nor likely to create prejudice for or against the proposed measure.  In addition, such fair ballot language shall include a statement as to whether the measure will increase, decrease, or have no impact on taxes, including the specific category of tax.  Such fair ballot language statements may be challenged in accordance with section 116.190.  The attorney general shall within ten days approve the legal content and form of the proposed statements.

116.030.  Referendum petition, form — clerical and technical errors to be disregarded, penalties for false signature. —

The following shall be substantially the form of each page of referendum petitions on any law passed by the general assembly of the state of Missouri:

County ______

Page No. ______

It is a class A misdemeanor punishable, notwithstanding the provisions of section 560.021, RSMo, to the contrary, for a term of imprisonment not to exceed one year in the county jail or a fine not to exceed ten thousand dollars or both, for anyone to sign any referendum petition with any name other than his or her own, or knowingly to sign his or her name more than once for the same measure for the same election, or to sign a petition when such person knows he or she is not a registered voter.

PETITION FOR REFERENDUM

To the Honorable ______, Secretary of State for the state of Missouri:

We, the undersigned, registered voters of the state of Missouri and ______ County (or City of St. Louis), respectfully order that the Senate (or House) Bill No. ______ entitled (title of law), passed by the ______ general assembly of the state of Missouri, at the ______ regular (or special) session of the ______ general assembly, shall be referred to the voters of the state of Missouri, for their approval or rejection, at the general election to be held on the ______ day of ______, ______, unless the general assembly shall designate another date, and each for himself or herself says: I have personally signed this petition; I am a registered voter of the state of Missouri and ______ County (or City of St. Louis); my registered voting address and the name of the city, town or village in which I live are correctly written after my name.

(Official Ballot title) ______

CIRCULATOR’S AFFIDAVIT

State Of Missouri,

County Of ______

I, ______, being first duly sworn, say (print or type names of signers)

NAME    DATE SIGNED     REGISTERED VOTING ADDRESS    ZIP CODE             CONGR. DIST.     NAME

(Signature)                         (Street) (City,                                   (Printed or

Town or Village)                                             Typed)

(Here follow numbered lines for signers)

signed this page of the foregoing petition, and each of them signed his or her name thereto in my presence; I believe that each has stated his or her name, registered voting address and city, town or village correctly, and that each signer is a registered voter of the state of Missouri and ______ County. FURTHERMORE, I HEREBY SWEAR OR AFFIRM UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY THAT ALL STATEMENTS MADE BY ME ARE TRUE AND CORRECT AND THAT I HAVE NEVER BEEN CONVICTED OF, FOUND GUILTY OF, OR PLED GUILTY TO ANY OFFENSE INVOLVING FORGERY.

I am at least 18 years of age. I do ______ do not ______ (check one) expect to be paid for circulating this petition. If paid, list the payer ______

__________________

Signature of Affiant

(Person obtaining signatures)

__________________

(Printed Name of Affiant)

__________________

Address of Affiant

Subscribed and sworn to before me this ______ day of ______, A.D. ______

__________________

Signature of Notary

Address of Notary

Notary Public (Seal)

My commission expires ______

If this form is followed substantially and the requirements of section 116.050 and section 116.080 are met, it shall be sufficient, disregarding clerical and merely technical errors.

116.040.  Initiative petition for law or constitutional amendment, form — clerical and technical errors to be disregarded, penalties for false signature. —

The following shall be substantially the form of each page of each petition for any law or amendment to the Constitution of the state of Missouri proposed by the initiative:

County ______

Page No. ______

It is a class A misdemeanor punishable, notwithstanding the provisions of section 560.021, RSMo, to the contrary, for a term of imprisonment not to exceed one year in the county jail or a fine not to exceed ten thousand dollars or both, for anyone to sign any initiative petition with any name other than his or her own, or knowingly to sign his or her name more than once for the same measure for the same election, or to sign a petition when such person knows he or she is not a registered voter.

INITIATIVE PETITION

To the Honorable ______, Secretary of State for the state of Missouri:

We, the undersigned, registered voters of the state of Missouri and ______ County (or City of St. Louis), respectfully order that the following proposed law (or amendment to the constitution) shall be submitted to the voters of the state of Missouri, for their approval or rejection, at the general election to be held on the ______ day of ______, ______, and each for himself or herself says: I have personally signed this petition; I am a registered voter of the state of Missouri and ______ County (or City of St. Louis); my registered voting address and the name of the city, town or village in which I live are correctly written after my name.

(Official Ballot title) ______

CIRCULATOR’S AFFIDAVIT

State Of Missouri,

County Of ______

I, ______, being first duly sworn, say (print or type names of signers)

NAME    DATE SIGNED     REGISTERED VOTING ADDRESS    ZIP CODE             CONGR. DIST.     NAME

(Signature)                         (Street) (City,                                   (Printed or

Town or Village)                                             Typed)

(Here follow numbered lines for signers)

signed this page of the foregoing petition, and each of them signed his or her name thereto in my presence; I believe that each has stated his or her name, registered voting address and city, town or village correctly, and that each signer is a registered voter of the state of Missouri and ______ County.

FURTHERMORE, I HEREBY SWEAR OR AFFIRM UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY THAT ALL STATEMENTS MADE BY ME ARE TRUE AND CORRECT AND THAT I HAVE NEVER BEEN CONVICTED OF, FOUND GUILTY OF, OR PLED GUILTY TO ANY OFFENSE INVOLVING FORGERY.

I am at least 18 years of age. I do ______ do not ______ (check one) expect to be paid for circulating this petition. If paid, list the payer ______

__________________

Signature of Affiant

(Person obtaining signatures)

__________________

(Printed Name of Affiant)

__________________

Address of Affiant

Subscribed and sworn to before me this ______ day of ______, A.D. ______

__________________

Signature of Notary

Address of Notary

Notary Public (Seal)

My commission expires ______

If this form is followed substantially and the requirements of section 116.050 and section 116.080 are met, it shall be sufficient, disregarding clerical and merely technical errors.

116.050.  Initiative and referendum petitions, requirements. —

1.  Initiative and referendum petitions filed under the provisions of this chapter shall consist of pages of a uniform size.  Each page, excluding the text of the measure, shall be no larger than eight and one-half by fourteen inches.  Each page of an initiative petition shall be attached to or shall contain a full and correct text of the proposed measure.  Each page of a referendum petition shall be attached to or shall contain a full and correct text of the measure on which the referendum is sought.

2. The full and correct text of all initiative and referendum petition measures shall:

(1)  Contain all matter which is to be deleted included in its proper place enclosed in brackets and all new matter shown underlined;

(2)  Include all sections of existing law or of the constitution which would be repealed by the measure; and

(3)  Otherwise conform to the provisions of Article III, Section 28 and Article III, Section 50 of the Constitution and those of this chapter.

116.060.  Initiative and referendum petitions, who may sign — residents of one county only on a designated page. —

Any registered voter of the state of Missouri may sign initiative and referendum petitions.  However, each page of an initiative or referendum petition shall contain signatures of voters from only one county.  Each petition page filed with the secretary of state shall have the county where the signers are registered designated in the upper right-hand corner of such page.  Signatures of voters from counties other than the one designated by the circulator in the upper right-hand corner on a given page shall not be counted as valid.

116.070.  Petitioner may sign by mark, procedure. —

When any voter wishes to sign an initiative or referendum petition and is unable to sign his name, the circulator shall print the required information on the petition.  The voter shall then make his mark, and the circulator shall attest to it by his signature.  For purposes of this chapter, all marks made and attested in accordance with this section shall be considered signatures.

116.080.  Qualifications of circulator — affidavit, notarization, penalty. —

1.  Each petition circulator shall be at least eighteen years of age and registered with the secretary of state.  Signatures collected by any circulator who has not registered with the secretary of state pursuant to this chapter on or before 5:00 p.m. on the final day for filing petitions with the secretary of state shall not be counted.  A petition circulator shall be deemed registered at the time such circulator delivers a signed circulator’s affidavit pursuant to section 116.030, with respect to a referendum petition, or section 116.040, with respect to an initiative petition, to the office of the secretary of state.  No person shall qualify as a petition circulator who has been convicted of, found guilty of, or pled guilty to an offense involving forgery under the laws of this state or an offense under the laws of any other jurisdiction if that offense would be considered forgery under the laws of this state.

2. Each petition circulator shall subscribe and swear to the proper affidavit on each petition page such circulator submits before a notary public commissioned in Missouri.  When notarizing a circulator’s signature, a notary public shall sign his or her official signature and affix his or her official seal to the affidavit only if the circulator personally appears before the notary and subscribes and swears to the affidavit in his or her presence.

3. Any circulator who falsely swears to a circulator’s affidavit knowing it to be false is guilty of a class A misdemeanor punishable, notwithstanding the provisions of section 560.021 to the contrary, for a term of imprisonment not to exceed one year in the county jail or a fine not to exceed ten thousand dollars or both.

116.090.  Petition signature fraud, penalty. —

1.  Any person who commits any of the following actions is guilty of the crime of petition signature fraud:

(1)  Signs any name other than his or her own to any petition, or who knowingly signs his or her name more than once for the same measure for the same election, or who knows he or she is not at the time of signing or circulating the same a Missouri registered voter and a resident of this state; or

(2)  Intentionally submits petition signature sheets with the knowledge that the person whose name appears on the signature sheet did not actually sign the petition; or

(3)  Causes a voter to sign a petition other than the one the voter intended to sign; or

(4)  Forges or falsifies signatures; or

(5)  Knowingly accepts or offers money or anything of value to another person in exchange for a signature on a petition.

2. Any person who knowingly causes a petition circulator’s signatures to be submitted for counting, and who either knows that such circulator has violated subsection 1 of this section or, after receiving notice of facts indicating that such person may have violated subsection 1 of this section, causes the signatures to be submitted with reckless indifference as to whether such circulator has complied with subsection 1 of this section, shall also be deemed to have committed the crime of petition signature fraud.

3. A person who violates subsection 1 or 2 of this section, shall, upon conviction thereof, be guilty of a class A misdemeanor punishable, notwithstanding the provisions of section 560.021* to the contrary, by a term of imprisonment not to exceed one year in the county jail or a fine not to exceed ten thousand dollars or both.

4. Any person employed by or serving as an election authority, that has reasonable cause to suspect a person has committed petition signature fraud, shall immediately report or cause a report to be made to the appropriate prosecuting authorities.  Failure to so report or cause a report to be made shall be a class A misdemeanor.

116.100.  Filing of petition, procedure. —

The secretary of state shall not accept any referendum petition submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final day for filing referendum petitions.  The secretary of state shall not accept any initiative petition submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final day for filing initiative petitions.  All pages shall be submitted at one time.  When an initiative or referendum petition is submitted to the secretary of state, the signature pages shall be in order and numbered sequentially by county, except in counties that include multiple congressional districts, the signatures may be ordered and numbered using an alternate numbering scheme approved in writing by the secretary of state prior to submission of the petition.  Any petition that is not submitted in accordance with this section, disregarding clerical and merely technical errors, shall be rejected as insufficient.  After verifying the count of signature pages, the secretary of state shall issue a receipt indicating the number of pages presented from each county.  When a person submits a petition he or she shall designate to the secretary of state the name and the address of the person to whom any notices shall be sent under sections 116.140 and 116.180.

116.110.  Signature may be withdrawn, when, how, effect, penalty. —

Any voter who has signed an initiative or referendum petition may withdraw his or her signature from that petition by submitting to the secretary of state, before the petition is filed with the secretary of state, a sworn statement requesting that his or her signature be withdrawn and affirming the name of the petition signed, the name the voter used when signing the petition, the address of the voter and the county of residence.  It is a class A misdemeanor punishable, notwithstanding the provisions of section 560.021* to the contrary, for a term of imprisonment not to exceed one year in the county jail or a fine not to exceed ten thousand dollars or both, to knowingly file a false withdrawal statement with the secretary of state.

116.115.  Withdrawal of petition, when — vacation of official ballot title, when. —

Any person who submits a sample sheet to or files an initiative petition with the secretary of state may withdraw the petition upon written notice to the secretary of state.  If such notice is submitted to the secretary of state, the proposed petition shall no longer be circulated by any person, committee, or other entity.  The secretary of state shall vacate the certification of the official ballot title within three days of receiving notice of the withdrawal.

116.120.  Secretary of state to determine sufficiency of form and compliance — invalid signatures not counted — signatures may be verified by random sampling, procedure and requirements. —

1.  When an initiative or referendum petition is submitted to the secretary of state, he or she shall examine the petition to determine whether it complies with the Constitution of Missouri and with this chapter.  Signatures on petition pages that have been collected by any person who is not properly registered with the secretary of state as a circulator shall not be counted as valid.  Signatures on petition pages that do not have the official ballot title affixed to the page shall not be counted as valid.  The secretary of state may verify the signatures on the petition by use of random sampling.  The random sample of signatures to be verified shall be drawn in such a manner that every signature properly filed with the secretary of state shall be given an equal opportunity to be included in the sample.  The process for establishing the random sample and determining the statistically valid result shall be established by the secretary of state.  Such a random sampling shall include an examination of five percent of the signatures.

2. If the random sample verification establishes that the number of valid signatures is less than ninety percent of the number of qualified voters needed to find the petition sufficient in a congressional district, the petition shall be deemed to have failed to qualify in that district.  In finding a petition insufficient, the secretary of state does not need to verify all congressional districts on each petition submitted if verification of only one or more districts establishes the petition as insufficient.

3. If the random sample verification establishes that the number of valid signatures total more than one hundred ten percent of the number of qualified voters needed to find the petition sufficient in a congressional district, the petition shall be deemed to qualify in that district.

4. If the random sampling shows the number of valid signatures within a congressional district is within ninety to one hundred ten percent of the number of signatures of qualified voters needed to declare the petition sufficient in that district, the secretary of state shall order the examination and verification of each signature filed.

116.130.  Election authorities may be requested to verify signatures either by random sampling or checking signatures, when, how. —

1.  The secretary of state may send copies of petition pages to election authorities to verify that the persons whose names are listed as signers to the petition are registered voters.  Such verification may either be of each signature or by random sampling as provided in section 116.120, as the secretary shall direct.  If copies of the petition pages are sent to an election authority for verification, such copies shall be sent pursuant to the following schedule:

(1)  Copies of all pages from not less than one petition shall be received in the office of the election authority not later than two weeks after the petition is filed in the office of secretary of state;

(2)  Copies of all pages of a total of three petitions shall be received in the office of the election authority not later than three weeks after the petition is filed in the office of the secretary of state;

(3)  If more than three petitions are filed, all copies of petition pages, including those petitions selected for verification by random sample pursuant to section 116.120, shall be received in the office of the election authority not later than the fourth week after the petition is filed in the office of the secretary of state.

Each election authority shall check the signatures against voter registration records in the election authority’s jurisdiction, but the election authority shall count as valid only the signatures of persons registered as voters in the county named in the circulator’s affidavit.  Signatures shall not be counted as valid if they have been struck through or crossed out.

2. If the election authority is requested to verify the petition by random sampling, such verification shall be completed and certified not later than thirty days from the date that the election authority receives the petition from the secretary of state.  If the election authority is to verify each signature, such verification must be completed, certified and delivered to the secretary of state by 5:00 p.m. on the last Tuesday in July prior to the election, or in the event of complete verification of signatures after a failed random sample, full verification shall be completed, certified and delivered to the secretary of state by 5:00 p.m.  on the last Tuesday in July or by 5:00 p.m. on the Friday of the fifth week after receipt of the signatures by the local election authority, whichever is later.

3. If the election authority or the secretary of state determines that the congressional district number written after the signature of any voter is not the congressional district of which the voter is a resident, the election authority or the secretary of state shall correct the congressional district number on the petition page.  Failure of a voter to give the voter’s correct congressional district number shall not by itself be grounds for not counting the voter’s signature.

4. The election authority shall return the copies of the petition pages to the secretary of state with annotations regarding any invalid or questionable signatures which the election authority has been asked to check by the secretary of state.  The election authority shall verify the number of pages received for that county, and also certify the total number of valid signatures of voters from each congressional district which the election authority has been asked to check by the secretary of state.

5. The secretary of state is authorized to adopt rules to ensure uniform, complete, and accurate checking of petition signatures either by actual count or random sampling.  No rule or portion of a rule promulgated pursuant to this section shall become effective unless it has been promulgated pursuant to the provisions of chapter 536.

6. After a period of three years from the time of submission of the petitions to the secretary of state, the secretary of state, if the secretary determines that retention of such petitions is no longer necessary, may destroy such petitions.

116.140.  Secretary of state’s authority not to count forged or fraudulent signatures. —

Notwithstanding certifications from election authorities under section 116.130, the secretary of state shall have authority not to count signatures on initiative or referendum petitions which are, in his opinion, forged or fraudulent signatures.

116.150.  Secretary of state to issue certificate of sufficiency of petition, when — if insufficient, certificate to state reasons. —

1.  After the secretary of state makes a determination on the sufficiency of the petition and if the secretary of state finds it sufficient, the secretary of state shall issue a certificate setting forth that the petition contains a sufficient number of valid signatures to comply with the Constitution of Missouri and with this chapter.

2. The secretary of state shall issue a certificate only for a petition approved pursuant to section 116.332.  If the secretary of state finds the petition insufficient, the secretary of state shall issue a certificate stating the reason for the insufficiency.

3. The secretary of state shall issue a certificate pursuant to this section not later than 5:00 p.m. on the thirteenth Tuesday prior to the general election or two weeks after the date the election authority certifies the results of a petition verification pursuant to subsection 2 of section 116.130, whichever is later.

116.153.  Hearing to take public comments — joint committee on legislative research to provide summary to secretary of state, posting on website. —

Within thirty days of issuing certification that the petition contains a sufficient number of valid signatures pursuant to section 116.150, the joint committee on legislative research shall hold a public hearing in Jefferson City to take public comments concerning the proposed measure.  Such hearing shall be a public meeting under chapter 610.  Within five business days after the end of the public hearing, the joint committee on legislative research shall provide a summary of the hearing to the secretary of state or his or her designee and the secretary of state shall post a copy of the summary on the website of the office of the secretary of state.

116.155.  Official summaries and fiscal notes may be included in ballot measures, summary to be official ballot title if included. —

1.  The general assembly may include the official summary statement and a fiscal note summary in any statewide ballot measure that it refers to the voters.

2. The official summary statement approved by the general assembly shall, taken together with the approved fiscal note summary, be the official ballot title and such summary statement shall contain no more than fifty words, excluding articles.  The title shall be a true and impartial statement of the purposes of the proposed measure in language neither intentionally argumentative nor likely to create prejudice either for or against the proposed measure.

3. The fiscal note summary approved by the general assembly shall contain no more than fifty words, excluding articles, which shall summarize the fiscal note prepared for the measure in language neither argumentative nor likely to create prejudice for or against the proposed measure.

116.160.  Summary statement to be provided by the secretary of state if summary not provided by general assembly — content. —

1.  If the general assembly adopts a joint resolution proposing a constitutional amendment or a bill without a fiscal note summary, which is to be referred to a vote of the people, after receipt of such resolution or bill the secretary of state shall promptly forward the resolution or bill to the state auditor.  If the general assembly adopts a joint resolution proposing a constitutional amendment or a bill without an official summary statement, which is to be referred to a vote of the people, within twenty days after receipt of the resolution or bill, the secretary of state shall prepare and transmit to the attorney general a summary statement of the measure as the proposed summary statement.  The secretary of state may seek the advice of the legislator who introduced the constitutional amendment or bill and the speaker of the house or the president pro tem of the legislative chamber that originated the measure.  The summary statement may be distinct from the legislative title of the proposed constitutional amendment or bill.  The attorney general shall within ten days approve the legal content and form of the proposed statement.

2. The official summary statement shall contain no more than fifty words, excluding articles.  The title shall be a true and impartial statement of the purposes of the proposed measure in language neither intentionally argumentative nor likely to create prejudice either for or against the proposed measure.

116.170.  Fiscal note and fiscal note summary to be provided by state auditor if not provided by general assembly. —

If the general assembly adopts a joint resolution proposing a constitutional amendment or a bill without a fiscal note summary, which is to be referred to a vote of the people, the state auditor shall, within thirty days of delivery to the auditor, prepare and file with the secretary of state a fiscal note and a fiscal note summary for the proposed measure in accordance with the provisions of section 116.175.

116.175.  Fiscal impact of proposed measure — fiscal note, fiscal note summary, requirements — return of fiscal note for revision, when. —

1.  Except as provided in section 116.155, upon receipt from the secretary of state’s office of any petition sample sheet, joint resolution or bill, the auditor shall assess the fiscal impact of the proposed measure.  The state auditor may consult with the state departments, local government entities, the general assembly and others with knowledge pertinent to the cost of the proposal.  Proponents or opponents of any proposed measure may submit to the state auditor a proposed statement of fiscal impact estimating the cost of the proposal in a manner consistent with the standards of the governmental accounting standards board and section 23.140, provided that all such proposals are received by the state auditor within ten days of his or her receipt of the proposed measure from the secretary of state.

2. Within twenty days of receipt of a petition sample sheet, joint resolution or bill from the secretary of state, the state auditor shall prepare a fiscal note and a fiscal note summary for the proposed measure and forward both to the attorney general.

3. The fiscal note and fiscal note summary shall state the measure’s estimated cost or savings, if any, to state or local governmental entities.  The fiscal note summary shall contain no more than fifty words, excluding articles, which shall summarize the fiscal note in language neither argumentative nor likely to create prejudice either for or against the proposed measure.

4. The attorney general shall, within ten days of receipt of the fiscal note and the fiscal note summary, approve the legal content and form of the fiscal note summary prepared by the state auditor and shall forward notice of such approval to the state auditor.

5. If the attorney general or the circuit court of Cole County determines that the fiscal note or the fiscal note summary does not satisfy the requirements of this section, the fiscal note and the fiscal note summary shall be returned to the auditor for revision.  A fiscal note or fiscal note summary that does not satisfy the requirements of this section also shall not satisfy the requirements of section 116.180.

 

116.180.  Copies of ballot title, fiscal note and fiscal note summary to designated persons, when — ballot title to be affixed to petition, when. —

Within three days after receiving the official summary statement the approved fiscal note summary and the fiscal note relating to any statewide ballot measure, the secretary of state shall certify the official ballot title in separate paragraphs with the fiscal note summary immediately following the summary statement of the measure and shall deliver a copy of the official ballot title and the fiscal note to the speaker of the house or the president pro tem of the legislative chamber that originated the measure or, in the case of initiative or referendum petitions, to the person whose name and address are designated under section 116.332.  Persons circulating the petition shall affix the official ballot title to each page of the petition prior to circulation and signatures shall not be counted if the official ballot title is not affixed to the page containing such signatures.

116.185.  Identical ballot titles may be changed, how. —

Before the ballot is printed, if the title of a ballot issue is identical or substantially identical to the title of another ballot issue that will appear on the same ballot, the election authority shall promptly notify the officer or entity that certifies the election of the identical or substantially identical title, and if such officer or entity submits a new title to the election authority, the election authority may change the title of the ballot issue prior to printing the official ballot.

116.190.  Ballot title may be challenged, procedure — who are parties defendant — changes may be made by court — appeal to supreme court, when. —

1.  Any citizen who wishes to challenge the official ballot title or the fiscal note prepared for a proposed constitutional amendment submitted by the general assembly, by initiative petition, or by constitutional convention, or for a statutory initiative or referendum measure, may bring an action in the circuit court of Cole County.  The action must be brought within ten days after the official ballot title is certified by the secretary of state in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.

2. The secretary of state shall be named as a party defendant in any action challenging the official ballot title prepared by the secretary of state.  When the action challenges the fiscal note or the fiscal note summary prepared by the auditor, the state auditor shall also be named as a party defendant.  The president pro tem of the senate, the speaker of the house and the sponsor of the measure and the secretary of state shall be the named party defendants in any action challenging the official summary statement, fiscal note or fiscal note summary prepared pursuant to section 116.155.

3. The petition shall state the reason or reasons why the summary statement portion of the official ballot title is insufficient or unfair and shall request a different summary statement portion of the official ballot title.  Alternatively, the petition shall state the reasons why the fiscal note or the fiscal note summary portion of the official ballot title is insufficient or unfair and shall request a different fiscal note or fiscal note summary portion of the official ballot title.

4. The action shall be placed at the top of the civil docket. Insofar as the action challenges the summary statement portion of the official ballot title, the court shall consider the petition, hear arguments, and in its decision certify the summary statement portion of the official ballot title to the secretary of state.  Insofar as the action challenges the fiscal note or the fiscal note summary portion of the official ballot title, the court shall consider the petition, hear arguments, and in its decision, either certify the fiscal note or the fiscal note summary portion of the official ballot title to the secretary of state or remand the fiscal note or the fiscal note summary to the auditor for preparation of a new fiscal note or fiscal note summary pursuant to the procedures set forth in section 116.175.  Any party to the suit may appeal to the supreme court within ten days after a circuit court decision.  In making the legal notice to election authorities under section 116.240, and for the purposes of section 116.180, the secretary of state shall certify the language which the court certifies to him.

5. Any action brought under this section that is not fully and finally adjudicated within one hundred eighty days of filing, and more than fifty-six days prior to election in which the measure is to appear, including all appeals, shall be extinguished, unless a court extends such period upon a finding of good cause for such extension.  Such good cause shall consist only of court-related scheduling issues and shall not include requests for continuance by the parties.

116.195.  Costs of court-ordered ballot title change to be paid by the state. —

Whenever the reprinting of a statewide ballot measure is necessary as a result of a court-ordered change to the ballot language for such measure, the costs of such reprinting shall be paid by the state.

116.200.  Secretary of state’s decision as to sufficiency of petition may be reversed, procedure — appeal. —

1.  After the secretary of state certifies a petition as sufficient or insufficient, any citizen may apply to the circuit court of Cole County to compel him to reverse his decision.  The action must be brought within ten days after the certification is made.  All such suits shall be advanced on the court docket and heard and decided by the court as quickly as possible.

2. If the court decides the petition is sufficient, the secretary of state shall certify it as sufficient and attach a copy of the judgment.  If the court decides the petition is insufficient, the court shall enjoin the secretary of state from certifying the measure and all other officers from printing the measure on the ballot.

3. Within ten days after a decision is rendered, any party may appeal it to the supreme court.

116.210.  Numbering of proposed constitutional amendments. —

The secretary of state shall number proposed constitutional amendments in the order in which they are passed by the general assembly, or submitted by initiative petition, or adopted by constitutional convention.  He shall number the first as “Constitutional Amendment No. 1” and so on consecutively.  A new series of numbers shall be started after each general election.

116.220.  Labeling of initiative and referendum measures. —

The secretary of state shall label statutory initiative and referendum measures alphabetically in the order in which they are submitted by petition or in the order in which they are passed by the general assembly.  The secretary of state shall label the first as “Proposition A”, and so on consecutively through the letter Z, and then begin labeling as “Proposition AA” and so on.  A new series of letters shall be started after each general election.  In the event a measure is labeled prior to, but not voted on at, the next succeeding general election, the letter assigned to such measure shall not be reassigned until after such measure has been voted on by the people.

116.230.  Sample ballots to be prepared, form. —

1.  The secretary of state shall prepare sample ballots in the following form.

2. The top of the ballot shall read:

“OFFICIAL BALLOT STATE OF MISSOURI”

3. When constitutional amendments are submitted, the first heading shall read:

“CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS”

There shall follow the numbers assigned under section 116.210 the official ballot titles prepared under section 116.160 or 116.334, and the fiscal note summaries prepared under section 116.170. Constitutional amendments proposed by the general assembly shall be designated as “Proposed by the general assembly”.  Constitutional amendments proposed by initiative petition shall be designated “Proposed by initiative petition”.  Constitutional amendments proposed by constitutional convention shall be designated as “Proposed by constitutional convention”.

4. When statutory measures are submitted, the next heading shall read:

“STATUTORY MEASURES”

There shall follow the letters assigned under section 116.220, the official ballot titles prepared under section 116.160 or 116.334, and the fiscal note summaries prepared under section 116.170. Statutory initiative measures shall be designated “Proposed by initiative petition”.  Referendum measures shall be designated “Referendum ordered by petition”.

116.240.  Certification to election authorities of notice to be published — contents. —

Not later than the tenth Tuesday prior to an election at which a statewide ballot measure is to be voted on, the secretary of state shall send each election authority a certified copy of the legal notice to be published.  The legal notice shall include the date and time of the election and a sample ballot.

116.250.  Publication of legal notice. —

On receiving a notice under section 116.240, each election authority shall cause the legal notice to be published in accordance with subsection 2 of section 115.127.

116.260.  Newspapers for publication of text of measures to be designated — measures to be published, how. —

The secretary of state shall designate in what newspaper or newspapers in each county the text of statewide ballot measures shall be published.  If possible, each shall be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in two newspapers of different political faiths in each county, the last publication to be not more than thirty or less than fifteen days next preceding the election.  If there is but one newspaper in any county, publication for four consecutive weeks shall be made, the first publication to be not less than twenty-eight days next preceding the election.  If there are two or more newspapers in a county, none of which is of different political faiths from another, the statewide ballot measures shall be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in any two newspapers in the county with the last publication not more than thirty or less than fifteen days next preceding the election.

116.270.  Publications fund created — payments from fund for what, how made. —

1.  There is hereby created a “Publications Fund” which shall be used only to pay printing, publication, and other expenses incurred in submitting statewide ballot measures to the voters.

2. The secretary of state shall certify to the commissioner of administration all valid claims for payment from the publications fund.  On receiving the certified claims, the commissioner of administration shall issue warrants on the state treasurer payable to each individual out of the publications fund.

116.280.  Paper ballots for statewide measures, form. —

In jurisdictions using paper ballots, election authorities shall cause the ballots for statewide ballot measures to be printed on paper not less than four inches wide and ten inches long, and all in the same color and size.  Measures may be printed in more than one column.

116.290.  Printing of copies of statewide measures — to be posted at polling places — distribution, exception. —

1.  The secretary of state shall distribute copies of each statewide ballot measure, except proposed constitutions as published in newspapers for legal notice of the election.

2. The secretary of state shall print copies of each proposed constitution in pamphlet form.

3. From copies delivered by the secretary of state, each election authority shall post at least two copies of each notice and pamphlet at each polling place during the time the polls are open.

4. The secretary of state shall print any new language being proposed for adoption or rejection in boldface type.

116.300.  Challengers and watchers at polling places, how designated. —

Not later than the fourth Tuesday prior to an election on a statewide ballot measure, each chairman of a county campaign committee favoring a measure and each chairman of a county campaign committee opposing a measure shall file with the election authority a list of committee officers and a request to have the right to designate challengers and watchers under section 116.310. If only one committee favoring a particular measure and one committee opposing a particular measure file a list and a request, then each filing chairman shall have the right to designate challengers and watchers under section 116.310.  If more than one committee favoring a particular measure or more than one committee opposing a particular measure files a list and request, then the election authority shall determine which chairman has the right to designate challengers and watchers.  If the measure was submitted by initiative or referendum petition, the person designated under section 116.100 as the person to receive notice under sections 116.140 and 116.180 shall be entitled to designate the county campaign committee chairmen’s names to the proper election authorities by the fourth Tuesday prior to the election on that measure.

116.310.  Time limited for designating challengers and watchers for polling places and counting locations — effect of failure to designate by prescribed time. —

1.  Not later than the Tuesday prior to an election on a statewide ballot measure, each county campaign committee chairman who had the right to designate challengers under section 116.300 shall designate such challengers, who may be present at each polling place during the hours of voting.  Each such chairman shall also by the same time designate a challenger for each location at which absentee ballots are counted.  The challengers so designated may be present while the ballots are being prepared for counting and being counted.

2, Not later than the Tuesday prior to an election on a statewide ballot measure, each campaign committee chairman who has the right to designate watchers under section 116.300 shall designate a watcher for each place votes are counted.

3. After challengers and watchers have been designated, the provisions contained in sections 115.105, 115.107, 115.109, and 115.111 shall apply to them.

4. Failure to designate challengers and watchers by the prescribed times shall cause the county campaign committee to forfeit its right to name such persons for those omitted locations for that election.

116.320.  Adoption of measure, vote required — effect of approval of conflicting measures. —

1.  Each statewide ballot measure receiving a majority of affirmative votes is adopted.

2. If voters approve two or more conflicting statutes at the same election, the statute receiving the largest affirmative vote shall prevail, even if that statute did not receive the greatest majority of affirmative votes.

3. If voters approve two or more conflicting constitutional amendments at the same election, the amendment receiving the largest affirmative vote shall prevail, even if that amendment did not receive the greatest majority of affirmative votes.

116.330.  Board of canvassers or governor to issue statement. —

1.  After an election at which any statewide ballot measure, other than a proposed constitution or constitutional amendment submitted by a constitutional convention, is voted upon, the secretary of state shall convene the board of state canvassers to total the abstracts.  Not later than two weeks after receiving all required abstracts, the board shall issue a statement giving the number of votes cast “YES” and “NO” on each question.  If voters approve two or more measures at one election which are known to conflict with one another, or to contain conflicting provisions, the board shall also state which received the largest affirmative vote.

2. After an election at which a proposed constitution or constitutional amendment adopted by a constitutional convention is submitted, the governor shall proclaim the results in accordance with Section 3(c), Article XII of the Constitution.

116.332.  Petitions for constitutional amendments, statutory initiative or referendum, requirements, procedure. —

1.  Before a constitutional amendment petition, a statutory initiative petition, or a referendum petition may be circulated for signatures, a sample sheet must be submitted to the secretary of state in the form in which it will be circulated.  When a person submits a sample sheet of a petition he or she shall designate to the secretary of state the name and address of the person to whom any notices shall be sent pursuant to sections 116.140 and 116.180 and, if a committee or person, except the individual submitting the sample sheet, is funding any portion of the drafting or submitting of the sample sheet, the person submitting the sample sheet shall submit a copy of the filed statement of committee organization required under subsection 5 of section 130.021 showing the date the statement was filed.  The secretary of state shall refer a copy of the petition sheet to the attorney general for his approval and to the state auditor for purposes of preparing a fiscal note and fiscal note summary.  The secretary of state and attorney general must each review the petition for sufficiency as to form and approve or reject the form of the petition, stating the reasons for rejection, if any.

2. Within two business days of receipt of any such sample sheet, the office of the secretary of state shall conspicuously post on its website the text of the proposed measure, a disclaimer stating that such text may not constitute the full and correct text as required under section 116.050, and the name of the person or organization submitting the sample sheet.  The secretary of state’s failure to comply with such posting shall be considered a violation of chapter 610 and subject to the penalties provided under subsection 3 of section 610.027.  The posting shall be removed within three days of either the withdrawal of the petition under section 116.115 or the rejection for any reason of the petition.

3. Upon receipt of a petition from the office of the secretary of state, the attorney general shall examine the petition as to form.  If the petition is rejected as to form, the attorney general shall forward his or her comments to the secretary of state within ten days after receipt of the petition by the attorney general.  If the petition is approved as to form, the attorney general shall forward his or her approval as to form to the secretary of state within ten days after receipt of the petition by the attorney general.

4. The secretary of state shall review the comments and statements of the attorney general as to form and make a final decision as to the approval or rejection of the form of the petition.  The secretary of state shall send written notice to the person who submitted the petition sheet of the approval within fifteen days after submission of the petition sheet.  The secretary of state shall send written notice if the petition has been rejected, together with reasons for rejection, within fifteen days after submission of the petition sheet.

116.334.  Petition approval required, procedure to obtain petition title or summary statement — rejection or approval of petition, procedure — circulation of petition prior to approval, effect — signatures, deadline for filing. —

1.  If the petition form is approved, the secretary of state shall make a copy of the sample petition available on the secretary of state’s website.  For a period of fifteen days after the petition is approved as to form, the secretary of state shall accept public comments regarding the proposed measure and provide copies of such comments upon request.  Within twenty-three days of receipt of such approval, the secretary of state shall prepare and transmit to the attorney general a summary statement of the measure which shall be a concise statement not exceeding one hundred words.  This statement shall be in the form of a question using language neither intentionally argumentative nor likely to create prejudice either for or against the proposed measure.  The attorney general shall within ten days approve the legal content and form of the proposed statement.

2. Signatures obtained prior to the date the official ballot title is certified by the secretary of state shall not be counted.

3. Signatures for statutory initiative petitions shall be filed not later than six months prior to the general election during which the petition’s ballot measure is submitted for a vote, and shall also be collected not earlier than the day after the day upon which the previous general election was held.

116.340.  Publication of approved measures. —

When a statewide ballot measure is approved by the voters, the secretary of state shall publish it with the laws enacted by the following session of the general assembly, and the revisor of statutes shall include it in the next edition or supplement of the revised statutes of Missouri.  Each of the measures printed above shall include the date of the proclamation or statement of approval under section 116.330.

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Chapter 122 – Municipal Elections

122.650.  Power and authority to regulate municipal elections. —

Full power and authority are hereby conferred on every city in this state which now has, or may hereafter have, more than four hundred thousand inhabitants, to provide for and regulate all elections for offices of and under such city and for the nomination of candidates for such offices; and such provision for and regulation of such elections may be effected either by charter provisions therefor adopted by the people of such city according to law, or ordinances therefor duly enacted, or by the people thereof under the power of initiative, if any, reserved in the charter of such city.

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Chapter 128 – Election of Electors and Electoral Districts – Congressional Districts

Election of Electors and Electoral Districts

128.010.  Electoral districts — number of electors to be chosen. —

Hereafter, at all elections held in this state for the offices of president and vice president of the United States, the electoral district shall be the same as the congressional districts into which the state shall be divided, and the same number of electors as there may be districts shall be chosen by the qualified voters, one of whom shall be a resident of each district; and in addition thereto, two electors shall be chosen by the state at large.

128.020.  New congressional apportionment — duty of governor. —

When any new apportionment shall be made of the members to be elected to the house of representatives of the United States, whereby the number of electors to which this state may be entitled shall be increased or diminished, it shall be the duty of the governor to lay off the state into as many districts as shall be equal to the number of electors to which this state shall then be entitled, so that the said districts contain, as near as may be, an equal number of inhabitants.

128.030.  Notice to be given. —

It shall be the duty of the governor, whenever he shall exercise the power hereby vested in him, to give notice of the division made by him, by proclamation, to be published in not to exceed two newspapers in each of said districts in this state, sixty days at least before the first election under such arrangement.

128.040.  Election of electors. —

The qualified voters in each of said districts shall meet at their respective places of holding elections on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty, and on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November every four years thereafter, unless the Congress of the United States shall appoint a different day, and in that case, on such day as the said congress shall appoint, and shall proceed to elect as many fit persons as the state shall then be entitled to elect, as electors of president and vice president, one of whom shall be a resident of each district.

128.050.  Conduct of election of electors. —

The election shall be conducted by the judges who may have been appointed to hold the general election for the same year, and under the same regulations, and have the public notice thereof given by the sheriff in each county as is or may be required by law regulating such general elections.

128.060.  Returns, how certified. —

It shall be the duty of the judges of such elections in the different townships to make returns thereof to the clerks of the county commissions of their respective counties, within two days after such election, which clerks shall, within eight days after they receive such returns, certify and transmit the same to the governor, by delivering them into the nearest post office on the most direct route to the seat of government.  If there shall be a failure to receive any of the returns at the seat of government for one mail after the same is due, the secretary of state may dispatch a messenger to the county not returned, with directions to bring up said returns to the governor.

128.070.  Governor to cast up votes. —

The governor, on receipt of the certificates from the several counties in each district which he may have received within fifteen days after the day of election, shall immediately add up the vote from the several counties, and the person residing in any one district having the highest number of votes given in the state for any one person residing in the same district shall by him be declared duly elected elector for said district.

128.080.  Tie vote, how determined. —

If two or more persons residing in one district shall have an equal number of votes given in the state, as aforesaid, and more than any other person residing in the same district, the governor shall immediately notify the general assembly thereof, and such election shall be determined by joint vote of both houses of the general assembly, by choosing one of the persons so having an equal number of votes.

128.090.  Governor to notify electors. —

It shall be the duty of the governor, at the expense of the state, in all cases to immediately notify the persons chosen of their election, as soon as the same shall have been ascertained, agreeably to the provisions aforesaid.

128.100.  Contested elections. —

All contested elections for electors shall be determined by a joint vote of both houses of the general assembly.  The joint meeting of the two houses deciding on such elections shall be held in the hall of the house of representatives, and the president of the senate shall preside.  If any person contests the election of an elector, he shall present a petition to the general assembly, setting forth the points on which he will contest the same and the facts which he will prove in support of these points, and shall pray for leave to produce his proof; and a vote shall be taken in the house, by yeas and nays, whether the prayer shall be granted.  If the majority of the whole number of votes of both houses shall be in the affirmative, they shall appoint a joint committee to take the testimony on the part of the petitioner, and also on the part of the person whose place is contested, with the power to send for witnesses, issue warrants, under the hand of the chairman, to any judge or associate circuit judge, and to take the depositions of witnesses at such time and place as the warrant shall direct, which warrant shall mention the points to which the testimony is to be taken.  Reasonable notice shall be given by the party in whose favor the deposition shall be allowed, to the opposite party, of the time and place of taking same; and the judge or associate circuit judge shall proceed in all things, in procuring the attendance of witnesses, and in taking and certifying the testimony, as is directed herein.

128.110.  List of names of electors to be delivered to each elector. —

The governor shall, on or before the date of the meeting of such electors, cause lists of the names of such electors to be made and delivered to them as required by act of Congress.  The persons employed in giving the notices, or conveying the returns aforesaid, shall be allowed five cents for every mile such persons may travel in going and returning in the performance of any of the services aforesaid, to be audited and paid as other claims.

128.120.  Compensation of elector. —

The electors shall each receive for their services the sum of five dollars per day and mileage as allowed to the members of the general assembly.  The governor shall approve their accounts and certify them to the commissioner of administration for payment.

128.130.  Vacancies at meeting of electors, how filled. —

If any of the electors appointed under this chapter shall fail to attend at the seat of government by the hour of two o’clock in the afternoon of the day appointed by act of congress for their meeting, then the electors present may appoint other persons to act as electors in the place of those absent; and if there be a failure to elect, the electors attending at such time and place shall appoint some suitable person or persons, as the case may be, to fill the vacancy or vacancies existing by reason thereof.

Congressional Districts

128.340.  New counties — assignment to congressional districts. —

When any new county shall be organized, such county shall constitute and form a portion of the same congressional district embracing at the time the county or counties from which such new county shall be organized; and if any such county shall be organized from two or more counties lying in different congressional districts, then such county shall form and constitute a part of the congressional district embracing, at the time, the greater portion of the territory constituting such county thus organized.

128.345.  Definitions. —

All references in sections 128.451 to 128.458 to counties, voting districts (VTD), and tract-blocks (Block) mean those counties, voting districts (VTD), and tract-blocks (Block) as reported to the state by the United States Bureau of the Census for the 2010 census.

128.346.  Congressional districts for election of representatives to the U.S. Congress. —

The districts established by the provisions of sections 128.400 to 128.440 for the election of representatives to the Congress of the United States shall be effective beginning with election to the 108th Congress and through the election of the 112th Congress.  The districts established by sections 128.451 to 128.458 for the election of representatives to the Congress of the United States shall be effective beginning with the election to the 113th Congress.

128.348.  Congressional districts to be established. —

The state of Missouri is hereby divided into nine congressional districts.  Effective with the election for the 113th Congress, the state of Missouri shall consist of eight congressional districts.  The legal voters of each district shall elect one member of Congress of the United States.

2010 Census

128.400.  First congressional district (2000 census). —

The first district shall be composed of the following:

St.  Louis County (part)

VTD: 18910 Airport26

VTD: 18911 Airport27&49&62

VTD: 18912 Airport29&53

VTD: 189126 CreveCoeur1

VTD: 189127 CreveCoeur11&12&13

VTD: 189128 CreveCoeur14&15&24&51

VTD: 189129 CreveCoeur16&82

VTD: 18913 Airport30

VTD: 189130 CreveCoeur17&47&58

VTD: 189131 CreveCoeur2&9&10

VTD: 189132 CreveCoeur20&28&30&38&46&60&63&64

VTD: 189133 CreveCoeur21&39&67&68&69&70&71&72&73&74

VTD: 189134 CreveCoeur22&40&61&75&76&77&78&79&80&818

VTD: 189135 CreveCoeur23&33

VTD: 189136 CreveCoeur25

VTD: 189137 CreveCoeur26

VTD: 189138 CreveCoeur27

VTD: 189139 CreveCoeur29&31&37&45

VTD: 18914 Airport31&33

VTD: 189140 CreveCoeur3&5

VTD: 189141 CreveCoeur34&66

VTD: 189142 CreveCoeur35

VTD: 189143 CreveCoeur36&55

VTD: 189144 CreveCoeur4&32&50&56&59

VTD: 189145 CreveCoeur42

VTD: 189146 CreveCoeur43&57&62

VTD: 189147 CreveCoeur44

VTD: 189148 CreveCoeur48

VTD: 189149 CreveCoeur49

VTD: 189150 CreveCoeur53&54

VTD: 189152 CreveCoeur6&8&18&19&41&52&83

VTD: 189153 CreveCoeur7MHT13&29

VTD: 189154 Ferguson1&12&21

VTD: 189155 Ferguson10

VTD: 189156 Ferguson11

VTD: 189157 Ferguson14&31&40&55

VTD: 189158 Ferguson16&17

VTD: 189159 Ferguson18&19&27

VTD: 18916 Airport32&37&41

VTD: 189160 Ferguson2&4&25&39

VTD: 189161 Ferguson20&60

VTD: 189162 Ferguson22&29

VTD: 189163 Ferguson24&26

VTD: 189164 Ferguson28&30

VTD: 189165 Ferguson3&13&15&23&51

VTD: 189166 Ferguson32&36

VTD: 189167 Ferguson33&56

VTD: 189168 Ferguson34&35

VTD: 189169 Ferguson42

VTD: 18917 Airport34&64

VTD: 189170 Ferguson43

VTD: 189171 Ferguson44&45&46&52

VTD: 189172 Ferguson47

VTD: 189173 Ferguson48&50

VTD: 189174 Ferguson49

VTD: 189175 Ferguson5

VTD: 189176 Ferguson58SPL9

VTD: 189177 Ferguson59

VTD: 18178 Ferguson6

VTD: 189179 Ferguson7&37

VTD: 18918 Airport4&28

VTD: 189180 Ferguson8&38&57

VTD: 189181 Ferguson9

VTD: 189183 Florissant1&2LC20SPL4

VTD: 189184 Florissant12&24&33&36&46

VTD: 189185 Florissant14&28&47

VTD: 189186 Florissant15

VTD: 189187 Florissant16&26&29&41&49

VTD: 189188 Florissant17

VTD: 189189 Florissant19&42&18&23

VTD: 18919 Airport44

VTD: 189190 Florissant20&37&48

VTD: 189191 Florissant21&44&50

VTD: 189192 Florissant22&32

VTD: 189193 Florissant27&31&40

VTD: 189194 Florissant3FER41

VTD: 189195 Florissant30&35

VTD: 189196 Florissant4&11

VTD: 189197 Florissant5&25

VTD: 189198 Florissant51&52

VTD: 189199 Florissant6&13

VTD: 1892 Airport1&2&3&6&20&48&51

VTD: 18920 Airport47

VTD: 189200 Florissant7&34&38&39

VTD: 189201 Florissant8

VTD: 189202 Florissant9&10&45

VTD: 18921 Airport5&18&21&39&46&57&59&63

VTD: 18922 Airport50

VTD: 18923 Airport54

VTD: 18924 Airport56

VTD: 18925 Airport60

VTD: 189251 Hadley6

VTD: 189252 Hadley7&8&36

VTD: 189254 HallsFerry1&2&3&6

VTD: 189255 HallsFerry10

VTD: 189256 HallsFerry11

VTD: 189257 HallsFerry12&13

VTD: 189258 HallsFerry14

VTD: 189259 HallsFerry15

VTD: 18926 Airport7&52

VTD: 189260 HallsFerry16&17&18&19

VTD: 189261 HallsFerry20

VTD: 189262 HallsFerry21

VTD: 189263 HallsFerry22

VTD: 189264 HallsFerry23&24

VTD: 189265 HallsFerry25&34&35

VTD: 189266 HallsFerry26&27&28&31&32&33

VTD: 189267 HallsFerry29&30FER61

VTD: 189268 HallsFerry37&38&39

VTD: 189269 HallsFerry4

VTD: 18927 Airport8&12

VTD: 189270 HallsFerry41&42

VTD: 189271 HallsFerry5

VTD: 189272 HallsFerry7

VTD: 189273 HallsFerry8&9

VTD: 18928 Airport9&13

VTD: 1893 Airport10&36&43

VTD: 189347 Lewis&Clark1&18

VTD: 189348 Lewis&Clark10

VTD: 189349 Lewis&Clark11&16&38NW33&63

VTD: 189350 Lewis&Clark14&28&42

VTD: 189351 Lewis&Clark15&33&40

VTD: 189352 Lewis&Clark17&26&30&35&39&24

VTD: 189353 Lewis&Clark19&27

VTD: 189354 Lewis&Clark2&3

VTD: 189355 Lewis&Clark21&31

VTD: 189356 Lewis&Clark23&25&37FLO43

VTD: 189357 Lewis&Clark29&43

VTD: 189358 Lewis&Clark36

VTD: 189359 Lewis&Clark4

VTD: 189360 Lewis&Clark5

VTD: 189361 Lewis&Clark6&9

VTD: 189362 Lewis&Clark7&13&34&41

VTD: 189363 Lewis&Clark8&22

VTD: 189365 MarylandHeights10&38&40

VTD: 189366 MarylandHeights11&23

VTD: 189367 MarylandHeights12&16&22 (part)

BLK: 132024013

BLK: 132024014

BLK: 132024015

BLK: 132024016

BLK: 132024017

VTD: 189368 MarylandHeights14

VTD: 189370 MarylandHeights17&25

VTD: 189377 MarylandHeights30&34 (part)

BLK: 151411019

BLK: 151411020

BLK: 151411021

BLK: 151411022

BLK: 151411023

BLK: 151412000

BLK: 151412001

BLK: 151412002

BLK: 151412003

BLK: 151412004

BLK: 151412005

BLK: 151412006

BLK: 151412007

BLK: 151412008

BLK: 151412011

BLK: 151412012

BLK: 151412013

BLK: 151412014

BLK: 151412015

VTD: 189378 MarylandHeights31&32&41&43 (part)

BLK: 151411011

BLK: 151423001

BLK: 151423002

BLK: 151423016

BLK: 151423017

VTD: 189382 MarylandHeights8&21&28

VTD: 189383 MarylandHeights9

VTD: 1894 Airport11&40&55MID32&46

VTD: 189410 Midland1&10

VTD: 189411 Midland12

VTD: 189412 Midland13&40

VTD: 189413 Midland14

VTD: 189414 Midland15&16&36&51

VTD: 189415 Midland17&52

VTD: 189416 Midland18&24

VTD: 189417 Midland19&34&38

VTD: 189418 Midland2&3&45

VTD: 189419 Midland20&29

VTD: 189420 Midland21&41&47

VTD: 189421 Midland26&54

VTD: 189422 Midland27&44

VTD: 189423 Midland28&31

VTD: 189424 Midland33

VTD: 189425 Midland35&39&55

VTD: 189426 Midland37

VTD: 189427 Midland4

VTD: 189428 Midland42&50

VTD: 189429 Midland25&43

VTD: 189430 Midland48

VTD: 189431 Midland49

VTD: 189432 Midland5&8&53

VTD: 189433 Midland6&11

VTD: 189434 Midland7&22

VTD: 189435 Midland9&23&30

VTD: 189437 MissouriRiver10&12

VTD: 189438 MissouriRiver16&47

VTD: 189446 MissouriRiver36&46&69 (part)

BLK: 153021000

BLK: 153021001

BLK: 153021021

BLK: 153022009

BLK: 153022010

VTD: 189451 MissouriRiver5&8&39&56&58&65&70&7 (part)

BLK: 153021002

BLK: 153021003

BLK: 153021007

BLK: 153021008

BLK: 153021009

BLK: 153021010

BLK: 153021011

BLK: 153021012

BLK: 153021013

BLK: 153021014

BLK: 153021031

BLK: 153022008

VTD: 189455 MissouriRiver68&72

VTD: 189457 MissouriRiver73&76&77

VTD: 189461 Normandy1

VTD: 189462 Normandy10&42&43&75

VTD: 189463 Normandy11&36&39&47&67&76

VTD: 189464 Normandy12&17&54NRW19

VTD: 189465 Normandy13&31

VTD: 189466 Normandy14&24

VTD: 189467 Normandy15&35&49

VTD: 189468 Normandy16&41&46&68

VTD: 189469 Normandy18&48

VTD: 189470 Normandy2

VTD: 189471 Normandy20&25&44

VTD: 189472 Normandy21

VTD: 189473 Normandy22&33&70&71

VTD: 189474 Normandy19&26&23&27&28

VTD: 189475 Normandy29

VTD: 189476 Normandy3

VTD: 189477 Normandy30&40&50&51&57&61

VTD: 189478 Normandy32

VTD: 189479 Normandy34

VTD: 189480 Normandy38&AP58

VTD: 189481 Normandy4&72

VTD: 189482 Normandy45&73&74

VTD: 189483 Normandy5&52

VTD: 189484 Normandy53

VTD: 189485 Normandy55&59&60

VTD: 189486 Normandy56

VTD: 189487 Normandy58

VTD: 189488 Normandy6&7

VTD: 189489 Normandy64&69&65&66&78

VTD: 189490 Normandy77AP17NRW18&20

VTD: 189491 Normandy9&37

VTD: 189492 Northwest1

VTD: 189493 Northwest10&53

VTD: 189494 Northwest12&57

VTD: 189496 Northwest14&15&16

VTD: 189497 Northwest17&39&45AP35&38&42

VTD: 189498 Northwest18&41

VTD: 189499 Northwest19

VTD: 1895 Airport14&15

VTD: 189500 Northwest2&4

VTD: 189501 Northwest20&40

VTD: 189502 Northwest21&35&58  (part)

BLK: 132011003

BLK: 132011004

BLK: 132011005

BLK: 132011006

VTD: 189503 Northwest25&27&46&47&54

VTD: 189504 Northwest26

VTD: 189505 Northwest28&50

VTD: 189506 Northwest29&31&38&42

VTD: 189507 Northwest3

VTD: 189508 Northwest34LC12&32

VTD: 189509 Northwest36&49

VTD: 189510 Northwest37AP23

VTD: 189511 Northwest43

VTD: 189512 Northwest48

VTD: 189513 Northwest55

VTD: 189514 Northwest59&62

VTD: 189515 Northwest6

VTD: 189516 Northwest7&24&30&44&56

VTD: 189517 Northwest8&32

VTD: 189518 Northwest9&22&23&51&52

VTD: 189519 Norwood1

VTD: 189520 Norwood17

VTD: 189521 Norwood2&3&4

VTD: 189522 Norwood21&24

VTD: 189523 Norwood22&23

VTD: 189524 Norwood25&26

VTD: 189525 Norwood27&28

VTD: 189526 Norwood29

VTD: 189527 Norwood30&32&33&36&57

VTD: 189528 Norwood31&34HLF36

VTD: 189529 Norwood35HLF40

VTD: 189530 Norwood37&38&40

VTD: 189531 Norwood39&41

VTD: 189532 Norwood42&43&48&49&50

VTD: 189533 Norwood44&51&53

VTD: 189534 Norwood45&46

VTD: 189535 Norwood47

VTD: 189536 Norwood5&6&7

VTD: 189537 Norwood52&54&55

VTD: 189538 Norwood56NOR8

VTD: 189539Norwood8&9&10&11&12&13&14&15&16

VTD: 189580 SpanishLake1&35

VTD: 189581 SpanishLake10&34

VTD: 189582 SpanishLake11&29

VTD: 189583 SpanishLake12&20

VTD: 189584 SpanishLake14

VTD: 189585 SpanishLake15&22

VTD: 189586 SpanishLake16

VTD: 189587 SpanishLake17

VTD: 189588 SpanishLake2&3

VTD: 189589 SpanishLake21&33

VTD: 189590 SpanishLake23

VTD: 189591 SpanishLake24&25

VTD: 189592 SpanishLake26

VTD: 189593 SpanishLake27

VTD: 189594 SpanishLake30&31SF4

VTD: 189595 SpanishLake32

VTD: 189596 SpanishLake5&18

VTD: 189597 SpanishLake6&28

VTD: 189598 SpanishLake7

VTD: 189599 SpanishLake8&13&19

VTD: 1896 Airport16

VTD: 189600 St.Ferdinand1

VTD: 189601 St.Ferdinand10

VTD: 189602 St.Ferdinand13&14

VTD: 189603 St.Ferdinand15&16&24

VTD: 189604 St.Ferdinand18&20&38

VTD: 189605 St.Ferdinand19&28

VTD: 189606 St.Ferdinand2

VTD: 189607 St.Ferdinand23&35

VTD: 189608 St.Ferdinand25

VTD: 189609 St.Ferdinand26&36&37

VTD: 189610 St.Ferdinand11712&17&21&22&27&30&34

VTD: 189611 St.Ferdinand29&33

VTD: 189612 St.Ferdinand3

VTD: 189613 St.Ferdinand31&32

VTD: 189614 St.Ferdinand5

VTD: 189615 St.Ferdinand6&8

VTD: 189616 St.Ferdinand7&9

VTD: 189638 University1&2&3

VTD: 189639 University11&12

VTD: 189640 University13&14

VTD: 189641 University15&16

VTD: 189642 University17

VTD: 189643 University18&19

VTD: 189644 University20&21

VTD: 189645 University22

VTD: 189647 University24&29

VTD: 189648 University25&26

VTD: 189649 University27&37

VTD: 189650 University28&34

VTD: 189653 University35&36&42

VTD: 189654 University38

VTD: 189655 University39

VTD: 189656 University4&10

VTD: 189657 University5&6&7NOR62&63

VTD: 189658 University8&9

VTD: 1897 Airport19&45&61NW5&11&60&61

VTD: 18978 Clayton15&16

VTD: 1898 Airport22

VTD: 18985 Clayton25&45

VTD: 1899 Airport24&25

St.  Louis City (part)

VTD: 51010 Ward1Pct5

VTD: 510109 Ward17Pct1

VTD: 51011 Ward1Pct6

VTD: 510110 Ward17Pct10

VTD: 510114 Ward17Pct14

VTD: 510115 Ward17Pct15

VTD: 510117 Ward17Pct2

VTD: 510118 Ward17Pct3

VTD: 510119 Ward17Pct5

VTD: 51012 Ward1Pct7

VTD: 510120 Ward17Pct6

VTD: 510121 Ward17Pct7

VTD: 510122 Ward17Pct8

VTD: 510123 Ward17Pct9

VTD: 510124 Ward18Pct1

VTD: 510125 Ward18Pct10

VTD: 510126 Ward18Pct11

VTD: 510127 Ward18Pct12

VTD: 510128 Ward18Pct13

VTD: 510129 Ward18Pct14

VTD: 51013 Ward1Pct8

VTD: 510130 Ward18Pct2

VTD: 510131 Ward18Pct3

VTD: 510132 Ward18Pct4

VTD: 510133 Ward18Pct5

VTD: 510134 Ward18Pct6

VTD: 510135 Ward18Pct7

VTD: 510136 Ward18Pct8

VTD: 510137 Ward18Pct9

VTD: 510138 Ward19Pct1

VTD: 510139 Ward19Pct10

VTD: 51014 Ward1Pct9

VTD: 510140 Ward19Pct11

VTD: 510141 Ward19Pct12

VTD: 510142 Ward19Pct13

VTD: 510143 Ward19Pct2

VTD: 510144 Ward19Pct3

VTD: 510145 Ward19Pct4

VTD: 510146 Ward19Pct5

VTD: 510147 Ward19Pct6

VTD: 510148 Ward19Pct7

VTD: 510149 Ward19Pct8

VTD: 510150 Ward19Pct9

VTD: 510151 Ward2Pct1

VTD: 510152 Ward2Pct10

VTD: 510153 Ward2Pct11

VTD: 510154 Ward2Pct12

VTD: 510155 Ward2Pct2

VTD: 510156 Ward2Pct3

VTD: 510157 Ward2Pct4

VTD: 510158 Ward2Pct5

VTD: 510159 Ward2Pct6

VTD: 510160 Ward2Pct7

VTD: 510161 Ward2Pct8

VTD: 510162 Ward2Pct9

VTD: 510163 Ward20Pct1

VTD: 510164 Ward20Pct10

VTD: 510165 Ward20Pct11

VTD: 510166 Ward20Pct12

VTD: 510167 Ward20Pct13

VTD: 510168 Ward20Pct14

VTD: 510169 Ward20Pct2

VTD: 510170 Ward20Pct3

VTD: 510171 Ward20Pct4

VTD: 510172 Ward20Pct5

VTD: 510173 Ward20Pct6

VTD: 510174 Ward20Pct8

VTD: 510175 Ward20Pct9

VTD: 510176 Ward21Pct1

VTD: 510177 Ward21Pct11

VTD: 510178 Ward21Pct12

VTD: 510179 Ward21Pct13

VTD: 510180 Ward21Pct14

VTD: 510181 Ward21Pct2

VTD: 510182 Ward21Pct3

VTD: 510183 Ward21Pct4

VTD: 510184 Ward21Pct5

VTD: 510185 Ward21Pct6

VTD: 510186 Ward21Pct7

VTD: 510187 Ward21Pct8

VTD: 510188 Ward21Pct9

VTD: 510189 Ward22Pct1

VTD: 510190 Ward22Pct10

VTD: 510191 Ward22Pct11

VTD: 510192 Ward22Pct2

VTD: 510193 Ward22Pct3

VTD: 510194 Ward22Pct4

VTD: 510195 Ward22Pct5

VTD: 510196 Ward22Pct6

VTD: 510197 Ward22Pct7

VTD: 510198 Ward22Pct8

VTD: 510199 Ward22Pct9

VTD: 5102 Ward1Pct1

VTD: 510246 Ward26Pct1

VTD: 510247 Ward26Pct10

VTD: 510248 Ward26Pct11

VTD: 510249 Ward26Pct12

VTD: 510250 Ward26Pct2

VTD: 510251 Ward26Pct3

VTD: 510252 Ward26Pct4

VTD: 510253 Ward26Pct5

VTD: 510254 Ward26Pct6

VTD: 510255 Ward26Pct7

VTD: 510256 Ward26Pct8

VTD: 510257 Ward26Pct9

VTD: 510258 Ward27Pct1

VTD: 510259 Ward27Pct10

VTD: 510260 Ward27Pct11

VTD: 510261 Ward27Pct12

VTD: 510262 Ward27Pct2

VTD: 510263 Ward27Pct3

VTD: 510264 Ward27Pct4

VTD: 510265 Ward27Pct5

VTD: 510266 Ward27Pct6

VTD: 510267 Ward27Pct7

VTD: 510268 Ward27Pct8

VTD: 510269 Ward27Pct9

VTD: 510271 Ward28Pct10

VTD: 510272 Ward28Pct11

VTD: 510273 Ward28Pct12

VTD: 510274 Ward28Pct13

VTD: 510275 Ward28Pct14

VTD: 510276 Ward28Pct15

VTD: 510278 Ward28Pct3

VTD: 510279 Ward28Pct4

VTD: 510280 Ward28Pct5

VTD: 510281 Ward28Pct6

VTD: 510282 Ward28Pct7

VTD: 510283 Ward28Pct8

VTD: 510284 Ward28Pct9

VTD: 510285 Ward3Pct1

VTD: 510286 Ward3Pct10

VTD: 510287 Ward3Pct11

VTD: 510288 Ward3Pct12

VTD: 510289 Ward3Pct2

VTD: 510290 Ward3Pct3

VTD: 510291 Ward3Pct4

VTD: 510292 Ward3Pct5

VTD: 510293 Ward3Pct6

VTD: 510294 Ward3Pct7

VTD: 510295 Ward3Pct8

VTD: 510296 Ward3Pct9

VTD: 510297 Ward4Pct1

VTD: 510298 Ward4Pct10

VTD: 510299 Ward4Pct11

VTD: 5103 Ward1Pct10

VTD: 510300 Ward4Pct12

VTD: 510301 Ward4Pct13

VTD: 510302 Ward4Pct2

VTD: 510303 Ward4Pct3

VTD: 510304 Ward4Pct4

VTD: 510305 Ward4Pct5

VTD: 510306 Ward4Pct6

VTD: 510307 Ward4Pct7

VTD: 510308 Ward4Pct8

VTD: 510309 Ward4Pct9

VTD: 510310 Ward5Pct1

VTD: 510311 Ward5Pct2

VTD: 510312 Ward5Pct3

VTD: 510313 Ward5Pct4

VTD: 510314 Ward5Pct5

VTD: 510315 Ward5Pct6

VTD: 510316 Ward5Pct7

VTD: 510317 Ward5Pct8

VTD: 510318 Ward5Pct9

VTD: 510320 Ward6Pct10

VTD: 510321 Ward6Pct11

VTD: 510324 Ward6Pct4

VTD: 510325 Ward6Pct5

VTD: 510326 Ward6Pct6

VTD: 510327 Ward6Pct7

VTD: 510328 Ward6Pct8

VTD: 510329 Ward6Pct9

VTD: 510331 Ward7Pct10

VTD: 510335 Ward7Pct14

VTD: 510341 Ward7Pct7

VTD: 510342 Ward7Pct8

VTD: 510370 Ward17Pct4

VTD: 510371 Ward20Pct7

VTD: 510372 Ward21Pct10

VTD: 5104 Ward1Pct11

VTD: 5105 Ward1Pct12

VTD: 5106 Ward1Pct13

VTD: 5107 Ward1Pct2

VTD: 5108 Ward1Pct3

VTD: 5109 Ward1Pct4

 

128.405.  Second congressional district (2000 census). —

The second district shall be composed of the following:

Lincoln County

St.  Charles County (part)

VTD: 18310 107

VTD: 183100 26

VTD: 183101 27

VTD: 183102 3

VTD: 183103 31

VTD: 183104 32

VTD: 183105 33

VTD: 183106 34

VTD: 183107 35

VTD: 183108 36

VTD: 183109 37

VTD: 183110 4

VTD: 183111 41

VTD: 183112 42

VTD: 183113 43

VTD: 183114 44

VTD: 183115 45

VTD: 183117 47

VTD: 183118 5

VTD: 183119 51

VTD: 18312 108

VTD: 183120 52

VTD: 183121 53

VTD: 183122 54

VTD: 183123 55

VTD: 183124 56

VTD: 183125 57

VTD: 183126 6

VTD: 183127 61

VTD: 183128 62

VTD: 183129 63

VTD: 18313 109

VTD: 183130 70

VTD: 183131 71

VTD: 183132 72

VTD: 183133 80

VTD: 183134 81

VTD: 183135 82

VTD: 183136 83 (part)

BLK: 111112002

BLK: 111112023

BLK: 111113996

BLK: 111113997

BLK: 111113998

BLK: 111213023

BLK: 111213024

BLK: 111213026

BLK: 111213027

BLK: 111213028

BLK: 111213029

VTD: 183137 84

VTD: 183138 85

VTD: 183139 86

VTD: 18314 11

VTD: 183140 87

VTD: 183141 88

VTD: 18315 110

VTD: 18316 111

VTD: 18317 12

VTD: 18318 120

VTD: 18319 121

VTD: 1832 1

VTD: 18320 122

VTD: 18321 123

VTD: 18322 124

VTD: 18323 125

VTD: 18324 126

VTD: 18325 127

VTD: 18326 128

VTD: 18327 129

VTD: 18328 13

VTD: 18329 130

VTD: 1833 100

VTD: 18330 131

VTD: 18331 132

VTD: 18332 140

VTD: 18333 141

VTD: 18334 142

VTD: 18335 143

VTD: 18336 144

VTD: 18337 145

VTD: 18338 146

VTD: 18339 147

VTD: 1834 101

VTD: 18340 148

VTD: 18341 149

VTD: 18343 14

VTD: 18344 15

VTD: 18346 151

VTD: 18348 153

VTD: 18349 154

VTD: 1835 102

VTD: 18350 160

VTD: 18351 161

VTD: 18352 162

VTD: 18353 163

VTD: 18354 164

VTD: 18355 165

VTD: 18356 166

VTD: 18357 167

VTD: 18358 168

VTD: 18359 180

VTD: 1836 103

VTD: 18360 181

VTD: 18362 182

VTD: 18363 183

VTD: 18364 184

VTD: 18365 185

VTD: 18366 186

VTD: 1837 104

VTD: 18371 203 (part)

BLK: 111441023

BLK: 111441024

BLK: 111441025

BLK: 111441039

BLK: 111441040

BLK: 111441041

BLK: 111441042

BLK: 111441043

BLK: 111441044

BLK: 111441045

BLK: 111441046

BLK: 111441047

BLK: 111441048

BLK: 111441055

BLK: 111441057

BLK: 111441059

BLK: 111441060

BLK: 111441061

BLK: 111441062

BLK: 111441063

BLK: 111441064

BLK: 111441065

BLK: 111441089

BLK: 111441090

BLK: 111441091

BLK: 111441092

BLK: 111441093

BLK: 111441094

BLK: 111441095

BLK: 111441096

BLK: 111441097

BLK: 111441098

BLK: 111441099

BLK: 111441100

BLK: 111441138

BLK: 119021024

BLK: 119021027

BLK: 119021069

BLK: 119021070

BLK: 119021071

BLK: 119021072

BLK: 119021074

VTD: 18372 204

VTD: 18373 205

VTD: 18374 206 (part)

BLK: 111243032

BLK: 111243033

BLK: 111243034

BLK: 111243054

BLK: 111243055

BLK: 111243056

BLK: 111243057

BLK: 111243058

BLK: 111243059

BLK: 111243060

BLK: 111243061

BLK: 111243062

BLK: 111243063

BLK: 111243065

BLK: 111243074

BLK: 111344029

BLK: 111344030

BLK: 111344031

BLK: 111344032

BLK: 111344033

BLK: 111344034

BLK: 111344035

BLK: 111344036

BLK: 111344037

BLK: 111344038

BLK: 111344039

BLK: 111344040

BLK: 111344041

BLK: 111344042

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VTD: 18376 207 (part)

BLK: 111441022

BLK: 111441102

BLK: 111441103

BLK: 111441104

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VTD: 18377 208

VTD: 18379 210 (part)

BLK: 119021073

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VTD: 1838 105

VTD: 18381 211

VTD: 18382 212

VTD: 18384 21

VTD: 18385 22

VTD: 18386 220 (part)

BLK: 111031999

BLK: 111321011

VTD: 18387 221 (part)

BLK: 111243066

VTD: 1839 106

VTD: 18393 228

VTD: 18395 23

VTD: 18396 230 (part)

BLK: 111221000

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VTD: 18398 24

VTD: 18399 25

St.  Louis County (county)

VTD: 189103 Concord13&28

VTD: 189109 Concord23&29

VTD: 189110 Concord24&32&46&48&49

VTD: 189111 Concord25

VTD: 189115 Concord31

VTD: 189119 Concord42&45

VTD: 189120 Concord43

VTD: 189122 Concord47

VTD: 189203 Gravios1&28&56

VTD: 189204 Gravios10&17

VTD: 189205 Gravios11&57

VTD: 189206 Gravios13

VTD: 189207 Gravios14&50

VTD: 189217 Gravios26

VTD: 189219 Gravios29&32&47&48

VTD: 189223 Gravios36&59

VTD: 189226 Gravios41

VTD: 189227 Gravios43&44&49

VTD: 189228 Gravios5

VTD: 189229 Gravios53&60

VTD: 189231 Gravios9&45&46

VTD: 189232 Gravois9&45&46

VTD: 189274 Jefferson1&3

VTD: 189282 Jefferson2

VTD: 189289 Jefferson32&33&35

VTD: 18929 Bonhomme1

VTD: 189290 Jefferson34&36

VTD: 189291 Jefferson37&38&39&40

VTD: 189292 Jefferson4&5

VTD: 18930 Bonhomme10

VTD: 189302 Lafayette1&3

VTD: 189303 Lafayette14&28

VTD: 189304 Lafayette15&16&17

VTD: 189305 Lafayette18&19&20&21&51

VTD: 189306 Lafayette2&53

VTD: 189307 Lafayette22&23&50

VTD: 189308 Lafayette24&48&49

VTD: 189309 Lafayette25&26&36&37

VTD: 18931 Bonhomme11&26&44&49

VTD: 189310 Lafayette27

VTD: 189311 Lafayette29

VTD: 189312 Lafayette32

VTD: 189313 Lafayette33

VTD: 189314 Lafayette34&35&40&44

VTD: 189315 Lafayette38

VTD: 189316 Lafayette39

VTD: 189317 Lafayette4&52

VTD: 189318 Lafayette41&42&47

VTD: 189319 Lafayette43

VTD: 18932 Bonhomme12

VTD: 189320 Lafayette45

VTD: 189321 Lafayette46

VTD: 189322 Lafayette5

VTD: 189323 Lafayette6

VTD: 189324 Lafayette7&13

VTD: 189325 Lafayette8&9&10&11&12

VTD: 18933 Bonhomme13

VTD: 18935 Bonhomme16&37&38&39

VTD: 18936 Bonhomme17&18&21

VTD: 189364 MarylandHeights1&4&5

VTD: 189367 MarylandHeights12&16&22 (part)

BLK: 151011071

BLK: 151011072

BLK: 151011073

BLK: 151011074

BLK: 151012000

BLK: 151012001

BLK: 151012002

BLK: 151012003

BLK: 151012004

BLK: 151012005

BLK: 151012006

BLK: 151012007

BLK: 151012008

BLK: 151012009

BLK: 151012010

BLK: 151012011

BLK: 151012012

BLK: 151012013

BLK: 151012014

BLK: 151012015

BLK: 151012016

BLK: 151012017

BLK: 151012018

BLK: 151012019

BLK: 151012020

BLK: 151012021

BLK: 151012022

BLK: 151012024

BLK: 151013000

BLK: 151013001

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BLK: 151013003

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BLK: 151411001

BLK: 151411002

BLK: 151411024

BLK: 151411998

BLK: 151411999

VTD: 189369 MarylandHeights15

VTD: 18937 Bonhomme2 (part)

BLK: 185002010

BLK: 185002011

BLK: 185002012

BLK: 185003000

BLK: 185003001

BLK: 185003002

BLK: 185003003

BLK: 185003007

BLK: 185003008

BLK: 185003009

BLK: 185003011

BLK: 185003012

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BLK: 185003015

BLK: 185003016

BLK: 185003017

BLK: 185003018

BLK: 185003020

BLK: 185003021

BLK: 186001000

BLK: 186001001

BLK: 186001002

BLK: 186001003

BLK: 186001004

BLK: 186001006

BLK: 186001007

BLK: 186001008

BLK: 186001009

BLK: 186001010

VTD: 189371 MarylandHeights18&36&37&42

VTD: 189372 MarylandHeights19&33

VTD: 189373 MarylandHeights2&24&26CHE59

VTD: 189374 MarylandHeights20

VTD: 189375 MarylandHeights27CHE47

VTD: 189376 MarylandHeights3MR79

VTD: 189377 MarylandHeights30&34  (part)

BLK: 151051010

VTD: 189378 MarylandHeights31&32&41&43 (part)

BLK: 151422000

BLK: 151422001

BLK: 151422002

BLK: 151422003

BLK: 151422004

BLK: 151422005

BLK: 151422006

BLK: 151422007

BLK: 151422010

BLK: 151422011

BLK: 151422012

BLK: 151422013

BLK: 151422014

BLK: 151422015

BLK: 151422016

BLK: 151423000

BLK: 151423012

BLK: 151423013

BLK: 151423014

BLK: 151423015

VTD: 189379 MarylandHeights35MR17&75&78

VTD: 18938 Bonhomme23&47

VTD: 189380 MarylandHeights6

VTD: 189381 MarylandHeights7&39MR52

VTD: 189384 Meramec1&2&40

VTD: 189385 Meramec11&25&66

VTD: 189386 Meramec12&44&70

VTD: 189387 Meramec13&22&24&68&72

VTD: 189388 Meramec15

VTD: 189389 Meramec17

VTD: 189390 Meramec18&19&20

VTD: 189391 Meramec21&57&69

VTD: 189392 Meramec23

VTD: 189393 Meramec27&28&39&52&53&55CHE40&43&44&62

VTD: 189394 Meramec29&45&48&50&58&60

VTD: 189395 Meramec3&14&26&30&32

VTD: 189396 Meramec37&63

VTD: 189397 Meramec4&34&46&47

VTD: 189398 Meramec42

VTD: 189399 Meramec43&49&62&54

VTD: 18940 Bonhomme25&34

VTD: 189400 Meramec51

VTD: 189402 Meramec56&67

VTD: 189403 Meramec6&41

VTD: 189404 Meramec61&71

VTD: 189405 Meramec64

VTD: 189406 Meramec65

VTD: 189407 Meramec7&10&33

VTD: 189408 Meramec8&31&59CHE45

VTD: 189409 Meramec9&16&35

VTD: 18941 Bonhomme27

VTD: 18942 Bonhomme3&36&42&43&46

VTD: 18943 Bonhomme31&32

VTD: 189436 MissouriRiver1&2

VTD: 189439 MissouriRiver22&37&40&42

VTD: 18944 Bonhomme33

VTD: 189440 MissouriRiver23&34

VTD: 189441 MissouriRiver25&31&44&45&61

VTD: 189442 MissouriRiver26&55&60

VTD: 189443 MissouriRiver3&67

VTD: 189444 MissouriRiver30

VTD: 189445 MissouriRiver35&50

VTD: 189446 MissouriRiver36&46&69 (part)

BLK: 153021018

BLK: 153021019

BLK: 153021020

BLK: 153021022

BLK: 153021023

BLK: 153021024

BLK: 153021025

BLK: 153021026

BLK: 153021027

VTD: 189447 MissouriRiver38

VTD: 189448 MissouriRiver4&13&14&18&28&32&80BON30

VTD: 189449 MissouriRiver41&48&57&62

VTD: 189450 MissouriRiver49&51&54

VTD: 189451 MissouriRiver5&8&39&56&58&65&70&71 (part)

BLK: 152013016

BLK: 152013022

BLK: 152014015

BLK: 153021015

BLK: 153021016

BLK: 153021017

BLK: 153021028

BLK: 153021029

BLK: 153021030

BLK: 153021032

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BLK: 153021037

BLK: 153024018

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BLK: 153024022

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BLK: 153024025

BLK: 176003004

BLK: 176003005

BLK: 176003006

BLK: 176003008

BLK: 176005000

BLK: 176005001

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BLK: 176005003

BLK: 176005004

BLK: 176005005

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BLK: 176005007

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BLK: 176005010

BLK: 177011000

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BLK: 177011020

BLK: 177011021

BLK: 177011022

BLK: 177011023

BLK: 177011025

BLK: 177012000

BLK: 177012001

BLK: 177012002

BLK: 177012003

BLK: 177012010

VTD: 189452 MissouriRiver53&64

VTD: 189453 MissouriRiver59&63&66&74&82

VTD: 189454 MissouriRiver6&27&33

VTD: 189456 MissouriRiver7&11&19&20&21

VTD: 189458 MissouriRiver81

VTD: 189459 MissouriRiver9&15&24&29&43

VTD: 18946 Bonhomme40

VTD: 18947 Bonhomme5

VTD: 18948 Bonhomme6&19&20&45

VTD: 18949 Bonhomme7

VTD: 189495 Northwest13

VTD: 18950 Bonhomme8&22

VTD: 189502 Northwest21&35&58  (part)

BLK: 151011000

BLK: 151011001

BLK: 151011002

BLK: 151011003

BLK: 151011004

BLK: 151011005

BLK: 151011006

BLK: 151011007

BLK: 151011008

BLK: 151011009

BLK: 151011010

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BLK: 151011013

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BLK: 151011015

BLK: 151011016

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BLK: 151011020

BLK: 151011021

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BLK: 151011029

BLK: 151011030

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BLK: 151011033

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BLK: 151011065

BLK: 151011066

BLK: 151011067

BLK: 151011068

BLK: 151011069

BLK: 151011070

BLK: 151011998

BLK: 151011999

VTD: 18951 Bonhomme9

VTD: 18952 Chesterfield1&7&14&28&61&64

VTD: 18953 Chesterfield10

VTD: 18954 Chesterfield31&12&52&73LAF31

VTD: 18955 Chesterfield13&26&27&63

VTD: 189558 Queeny1&24

VTD: 189559 Queeny10&11&19&32&36&39&42&46&50

VTD: 18956 Chesterfield15&16&22

VTD: 189560 Queeny12&17&40

VTD: 189561 Queeny15&45

VTD: 189562 Queeny2&3&22

VTD: 189563 Queeny21

VTD: 189564 Queeny23

VTD: 189565 Queeny25&28&35&38&51&52&53

VTD: 189566 Queeny26&27

VTD: 189567 Queeny29

VTD: 189568 Queeny30&56

VTD: 189569 Queeny31

VTD: 18957 Chesterfield17&51

VTD: 189570 Queeny33&43&48&54

VTD: 189571 Queeny34&47&57

VTD: 189572 Queeny37&55

VTD: 189573 Queeny4&5&6

VTD: 189574 Queeny41

VTD: 189575 Queeny44

VTD: 189576 Queeny58

VTD: 189577 Queeny7

VTD: 189578 Queeny8&13&14&16&18&49

VTD: 189579 Queeny9&20

VTD: 18958 Chesterfield18

VTD: 18959 Chesterfield2&32

VTD: 18960 Chesterfield21&24&75

VTD: 18961 Chesterfield23&54&55&56

VTD: 189617 TessonFerry1&2&5BON35&41

VTD: 189618 TessonFerry12&15

VTD: 189619 TessonFerry17&18

VTD: 18962 Chesterfield3&11

VTD: 189620 TessonFerry19

VTD: 189621 TessonFerry20&26

VTD: 189622 TessonFerry21

VTD: 189623 TessonFerry22&23

VTD: 189625 TessonFerry25&27&28

VTD: 189626 TessonFerry3&4&42

VTD: 18963 Chesterfield34&35&36&37&49&50&57&76&77

VTD: 189630 TessonFerry34

VTD: 189631 TessonFerry35

VTD: 189632 TessonFerry36

VTD: 189633 TessonFerry37&38

VTD: 189635 TessonFerry6

VTD: 189636 TessonFerry7&9&10&11

VTD: 189637 TessonFerry8&13&14&16

VTD: 18964 Chesterfield38&68&78

VTD: 18965 Chesterfield39&42&46

VTD: 18966 Chesterfield4&9&33

VTD: 18967 Chesterfield41&48&71

VTD: 18968 Chesterfield5&6&19&20&25&29&53

VTD: 18969 Chesterfield58&60&66&67&69MER5

VTD: 18970 Chesterfield65MER36&38

VTD: 18971 Chesterfield70

VTD: 18972 Chesterfield72&74LAF30

VTD: 18973 Chesterfield8&30

VTD: 18976 Clayton12

VTD: 18977 Clayton13&14&47

VTD: 18979 Clayton18&34&36&40&55

VTD: 18980 Clayton19&20&27

VTD: 18984 Clayton24&26&37

VTD: 18990 Clayton32&35 (part)

BLK: 174001002

BLK: 174001003

BLK: 174001004

BLK: 174001005

BLK: 174001006

BLK: 174001007

BLK: 174001008

BLK: 174001009

BLK: 174001010

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BLK: 174001012

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BLK: 174003002

BLK: 174003003

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BLK: 174003005

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BLK: 174003007

BLK: 174003008

BLK: 174003009

BLK: 174004000

BLK: 174004001

BLK: 174004002

BLK: 174004003

BLK: 174004004

BLK: 174004005

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BLK: 174004007

BLK: 174004008

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BLK: 174004017

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BLK: 174004019

BLK: 174004020

VTD: 18997 Clayton7

 

128.410.  Third congressional district (2000 census). —

The third district shall be composed of the following:

Jefferson County

St.  Louis County (part)

VTD: 189100 Concord1&33

VTD: 189101 Concord10&22

VTD: 189102 Concord11&12&16&57

VTD: 189104 Concord14

VTD: 189105 Concord18&56

VTD: 189106 Concord2&34

VTD: 189107 Concord20&55LEM18

VTD: 189108 Concord21&30&51

VTD: 189112 Concord26&37

VTD: 189113 Concord19&38

VTD: 189114 Concord3&5&15&27&40&53

VTD: 189116 Concord35&36

VTD: 189117 Concord39

VTD: 189118 Concord4&6

VTD: 189121 Concord44

VTD: 189123 Concord50

VTD: 189124 Concord7&41&54

VTD: 189125 Concord8&9&52

VTD: 189208 Gravios15&30

VTD: 189209 Gravios16&23&31

VTD: 189210 Gravois18&34&37&51

VTD: 189211 Gravois19&58

VTD: 189212 Gravois2

VTD: 189213 Gravois20&38

VTD: 189214 Gravois21&22&39

VTD: 189215 Gravois24

VTD: 189216 Gravois12&25

VTD: 189218 Gravois27&52&55

VTD: 189220 Gravois3&7&8

VTD: 189221 Gravois33&42

VTD: 189222 Gravois35

VTD: 189224 Gravois4

VTD: 189225 Gravois40

VTD: 189230 Gravois6&54

VTD: 189233 Hadley1&2

VTD: 189234 Hadley10&11

VTD: 189235 Hadley12&17&18

VTD: 189236 Hadley13

VTD: 189237 Hadley14

VTD: 189238 Hadley15&16

VTD: 189239 Hadley19&31

VTD: 189240 Hadley20&22&23

VTD: 189241 Hadley25&27

VTD: 189242 Hadley28&29

VTD: 189243 Hadley3

VTD: 189244 Hadley30CLA2

VTD: 189245 Hadley32

VTD: 189246 Hadley33

VTD: 189247 Hadley34

VTD: 189248 Hadley35

VTD: 189249 Hadley4&21&24&26

VTD: 189250 Hadley5

VTD: 189253 Hadley9

VTD: 189275 Jefferson10

VTD: 189276 Jefferson11

VTD: 189277 Jefferson12&15

VTD: 189278 Jefferson13&20

VTD: 189279 Jefferson14&19

VTD: 189280 Jefferson16&49&50

VTD: 189281 Jefferson18&24

VTD: 189283 Jefferson21&29

VTD: 189284 Jefferson22&25&26

VTD: 189285 Jefferson23&47

VTD: 189286 Jefferson27&28

VTD: 189287 Jefferson30&42&51

VTD: 189288 Jefferson31&44

VTD: 189293 Jefferson41

VTD: 189294 Jefferson43

VTD: 189295 Jefferson45&46

VTD: 189296 Jefferson48

VTD: 189297 Jefferson52

VTD: 189298 Jefferson6

VTD: 189299 Jefferson7&17

VTD: 189300 Jefferson8

VTD: 189301 Jefferson9

VTD: 189326 Lemay1&5

VTD: 189327 Lemay10

VTD: 189328 Lemay11&16&20&38&43

VTD: 189329 Lemay12

VTD: 189330 Lemay13

VTD: 189331 Lemay14CON17

VTD: 189332 Lemay15

VTD: 189333 Lemay17&24&29&32&46

VTD: 189334 Lemay19

VTD: 189335 Lemay2&3&34

VTD: 189336 Lemay21&42&44&37

VTD: 189337 Lemay22&40

VTD: 189338 Lemay23&31

VTD: 189339 Lemay25&26&27&28

VTD: 18934 Bonhomme14&15&28&29

VTD: 189340 Lemay30&36

VTD: 189341 Lemay33&35

VTD: 189343 Lemay39&45

VTD: 189344 Lemay4&6&8&41

VTD: 189345 Lemay7

VTD: 189346 Lemay9

VTD: 18937 Bonhomme2 (part)

BLK: 186001005

VTD: 18939 Bonhomme24

VTD: 18945 Bonhomme4&48

VTD: 189540 Oakville1

VTD: 189541 Oakville10

VTD: 189542 Oakville11&22

VTD: 189543 Oakville12

VTD: 189544 Oakville15&28

VTD: 189545 Oakville17&20&27

VTD: 189546 Oakville18&25

VTD: 189547 Oakville19

VTD: 189548 Oakville2

VTD: 189549 Oakville21&26

VTD: 189550 Oakville3&16&23&30

VTD: 189551 Oakville31

VTD: 189552 Oakville4&14

VTD: 189553 Oakville5

VTD: 189554 Oakville6

VTD: 189555 Oakville7&13&32

VTD: 189556 Oakville8TSF40

VTD: 189557 Oakville9&24&29

VTD: 189624 TessonFerry24&29

VTD: 189627 TessonFerry30&31

VTD: 189628 TessonFerry32&39

VTD: 189629 TessonFerry33

VTD: 189634 TessonFerry41

VTD: 189646 University23&30

VTD: 189651 University31&32&41CLA5&56

VTD: 189652 University33&40

VTD: 18974 Clayton1&6

VTD: 18975 Clayton11

VTD: 18981 Clayton21&52

VTD: 18982 Clayton22&54

VTD: 18983 Clayton23&33

VTD: 18986 Clayton28&38&39

VTD: 18987 Clayton29&41&42

VTD: 18988 Clayton3&10

VTD: 18989 Clayton30&31

VTD: 18990 Clayton32&35 (part)

BLK: 174003010

VTD: 18991 Clayton4

VTD: 18992 Clayton43&46&48&49

VTD: 18993 Clayton50

VTD: 18994 Clayton51

VTD: 18995 Clayton53

VTD: 18998 Clayton8&44

VTD: 18999 Clayton9&17

St.  Louis City (part)

VTD: 510100 Ward16Pct18

VTD: 510101 Ward16Pct2

VTD: 510102 Ward16Pct3

VTD: 510103 Ward16Pct4

VTD: 510104 Ward16Pct5

VTD: 510105 Ward16Pct6

VTD: 510106 Ward16Pct7

VTD: 510107 Ward16Pct8

VTD: 510108 Ward16Pct9

VTD: 510111 Ward17Pct11

VTD: 510112 Ward17Pct12

VTD: 510113 Ward17Pct13

VTD: 510116 Ward17Pct16

VTD: 51015 Ward10Pct1

VTD: 51016 Ward10Pct10

VTD: 51017 Ward10Pct11

VTD: 51018 Ward10Pct2

VTD: 51019 Ward10Pct3

VTD: 51020 Ward10Pct4

VTD: 510200 Ward23Pct1

VTD: 510201 Ward23Pct10

VTD: 510202 Ward23Pct11

VTD: 510203 Ward23Pct12

VTD: 510204 Ward23Pct13

VTD: 510205 Ward23Pct14

VTD: 510206 Ward23Pct15

VTD: 510207 Ward23Pct16

VTD: 510208 Ward23Pct2

VTD: 510209 Ward23Pct3

VTD: 51021 Ward10Pct5

VTD: 510210 Ward23Pct4

VTD: 510211 Ward23Pct5

VTD: 510212 Ward23Pct6

VTD: 510213 Ward23Pct7

VTD: 510214 Ward23Pct8

VTD: 510215 Ward23Pct9

VTD: 510216 Ward24Pct1

VTD: 510217 Ward24Pct10

VTD: 510218 Ward24Pct11

VTD: 510219 Ward24Pct12

VTD: 51022 Ward10Pct6

VTD: 510220 Ward24Pct13

VTD: 510221 Ward24Pct14

VTD: 510222 Ward24Pct15

VTD: 510223 Ward24Pct2

VTD: 510224 Ward24Pct3

VTD: 510225 Ward24Pct4

VTD: 510226 Ward24Pct5

VTD: 510227 Ward24Pct6

VTD: 510228 Ward24Pct7

VTD: 510229 Ward24Pct8

VTD: 51023 Ward10Pct7

VTD: 510230 Ward24Pct9

VTD: 510231 Ward25Pct1

VTD: 510232 Ward25Pct10

VTD: 510233 Ward25Pct11

VTD: 510234 Ward25Pct12

VTD: 510235 Ward25Pct13

VTD: 510236 Ward25Pct14

VTD: 510237 Ward25Pct15

VTD: 510238 Ward25Pct2

VTD: 510239 Ward25Pct3

VTD: 51024 Ward10Pct8

VTD: 510240 Ward25Pct4

VTD: 510241 Ward25Pct5

VTD: 510242 Ward25Pct6

VTD: 510243 Ward25Pct7

VTD: 510244 Ward25Pct8

VTD: 510245 Ward25Pct9

VTD: 51025 Ward10Pct9

VTD: 51026 Ward11Pct1

VTD: 51027 Ward11Pct10

VTD: 510270 Ward28Pct1

VTD: 510277 Ward28Pct2

VTD: 51028 Ward11Pct11

VTD: 51029 Ward11Pct12

VTD: 51030 Ward11Pct2

VTD: 51031 Ward11Pct3

VTD: 510319 Ward6Pct1

VTD: 51032 Ward11Pct4

VTD: 510322 Ward6Pct2

VTD: 510323 Ward6Pct3

VTD: 51033 Ward11Pct5

VTD: 510330 Ward7Pct1

VTD: 510332 Ward7Pct11

VTD: 510333 Ward7Pct12

VTD: 510334 Ward7Pct13

VTD: 510336 Ward7Pct2

VTD: 510337 Ward7Pct3

VTD: 510338 Ward7Pct4

VTD: 510339 Ward7Pct5

VTD: 51034 Ward11Pct6

VTD: 510340 Ward7Pct6

VTD: 510343 Ward7Pct9

VTD: 510344 Ward8Pct1

VTD: 510345 Ward8Pct10

VTD: 510346 Ward8Pct11

VTD: 510347 Ward8Pct12

VTD: 510348 Ward8Pct13

VTD: 510349 Ward8Pct14

VTD: 51035 Ward11Pct7

VTD: 510350 Ward8Pct15

VTD: 510351 Ward8Pct16

VTD: 510352 Ward8Pct2

VTD: 510353 Ward8Pct3

VTD: 510354 Ward8Pct4

VTD: 510355 Ward8Pct5

VTD: 510356 Ward8Pct6

VTD: 510357 Ward8Pct7

VTD: 510358 Ward8Pct8

VTD: 510359 Ward8Pct9

VTD: 51036 Ward11Pct8

VTD: 510360 Ward9Pct1

VTD: 510361 Ward9Pct10

VTD: 510362 Ward9Pct2

VTD: 510363 Ward9Pct3

VTD: 510364 Ward9Pct4

VTD: 510365 Ward9Pct5

VTD: 510366 Ward9Pct6

VTD: 510367 Ward9Pct7

VTD: 510368 Ward9Pct8

VTD: 510369 Ward9Pct9

VTD: 51037 Ward11Pct9

VTD: 510373 Ward12Pct4

VTD: 510374 Ward12Pct7

VTD: 510375 Ward12Pct12

VTD: 51038 Ward12Pct1

VTD: 51039 Ward12Pct10

VTD: 51040 Ward12Pct11

VTD: 51041 Ward12Pct13

VTD: 51042 Ward12Pct14

VTD: 51043 Ward12Pct15

VTD: 51044 Ward12Pct16

VTD: 51045 Ward12Pct2

VTD: 51046 Ward12Pct3

VTD: 51047 Ward12Pct5

VTD: 51048 Ward12Pct6

VTD: 51049 Ward12Pct8

VTD: 51050 Ward12Pct9

VTD: 51051 Ward13Pct1

VTD: 51052 Ward13Pct10

VTD: 51053 Ward13Pct11

VTD: 51054 Ward13Pct12

VTD: 51055 Ward13Pct13

VTD: 51056 Ward13Pct14

VTD: 51057 Ward13Pct2

VTD: 51058 Ward13Pct3

VTD: 51059 Ward13Pct4

VTD: 51060 Ward13Pct5

VTD: 51061 Ward13Pct6

VTD: 51062 Ward13Pct7

VTD: 51063 Ward13Pct8

VTD: 51064 Ward13Pct9

VTD: 51065 Ward14Pct1

VTD: 51066 Ward14Pct10

VTD: 51067 Ward14Pct11

VTD: 51068 Ward14Pct12

VTD: 51069 Ward14Pct13

VTD: 51070 Ward14Pct14

VTD: 51071 Ward14Pct2

VTD: 51072 Ward14Pct3

VTD: 51073 Ward14Pct4

VTD: 51074 Ward14Pct5

VTD: 51075 Ward14Pct6

VTD: 51076 Ward14Pct7

VTD: 51077 Ward14Pct8

VTD: 51078 Ward14Pct9

VTD: 51079 Ward15Pct1

VTD: 51080 Ward15Pct10

VTD: 51081 Ward15Pct11

VTD: 51082 Ward15Pct12

VTD: 51083 Ward15Pct2

VTD: 51084 Ward15Pct3

VTD: 51085 Ward15Pct4

VTD: 51086 Ward15Pct5

VTD: 51087 Ward15Pct6

VTD: 51088 Ward15Pct7

VTD: 51089 Ward15Pct8

VTD: 51090 Ward15Pct9

VTD: 51091 Ward16Pct1

VTD: 51092 Ward16Pct10

VTD: 51093 Ward16Pct11

VTD: 51094 Ward16Pct12

VTD: 51095 Ward16Pct13

VTD: 51096 Ward16Pct14

VTD: 51097 Ward16Pct15

VTD: 51098 Ward16Pct16

VTD: 51099 Ward16Pct17

Ste.  Genevieve County

 

128.415.  Fourth congressional district (2000 census). —

The fourth district shall be composed of the following:

Barton County

Bates County

Benton County

Camden County (part)

VTD: 02911 Greenview

VTD: 02912 HaHaTonka

VTD: 02913 Hillhouse

VTD: 02914 HorseshoeBend

VTD: 02915 LinnCreek

VTD: 02916 MacksCreek

VTD: 02917 Montreal

VTD: 02918 OsageBeachNo.1

VTD: 02919 OsageBeachNo.2

VTD: 0292 Barnumton

VTD: 02921 Roach

VTD: 02922 Stoutland

VTD: 02923 Sunnyslope

VTD: 02924 SunriseBeachNo.1

VTD: 02925 SunriseBeachNo.2

VTD: 02926 SunriseBeachNo.3

VTD: 02928 WilsonBend

VTD: 0293 Branch

VTD: 0294 CamdentonNo.1 (part)

BLK: 502004059

BLK: 502004060

BLK: 502004076

BLK: 502004993

BLK: 505002000

BLK: 505002001

BLK: 505002031

BLK: 505002032

BLK: 505002033

BLK: 505002034

BLK: 505002035

BLK: 505002037

BLK: 505002038

BLK: 505002039

BLK: 505002040

BLK: 505002041

BLK: 505002999

BLK: 505003000

BLK: 505003001

BLK: 505003036

BLK: 505003037

BLK: 505003038

BLK: 506001122

BLK: 506001123

BLK: 506001130

BLK: 506001131

BLK: 506001132

BLK: 506001133

BLK: 506001134

BLK: 506001137

BLK: 506001138

BLK: 506001988

BLK: 506002006

BLK: 506002007

BLK: 506002008

BLK: 506002009

BLK: 506002010

BLK: 506002011

BLK: 506002023

BLK: 506002027

BLK: 506002028

BLK: 506002029

BLK: 506002030

BLK: 506002055

BLK: 506002056

BLK: 506002057

BLK: 506002058

BLK: 506002059

BLK: 506002060

BLK: 506002061

BLK: 506002062

BLK: 506002063

BLK: 506002064

BLK: 506002065

BLK: 506002067

BLK: 506002068

BLK: 506002069

BLK: 506002070

BLK: 506002072

BLK: 506002073

BLK: 506002078

BLK: 506002079

BLK: 506002084

BLK: 506002085

BLK: 508003039

BLK: 508003043

BLK: 508003088

BLK: 508003089

BLK: 508003090

BLK: 508003091

BLK: 508003092

BLK: 508003093

BLK: 508003094

BLK: 508003095

BLK: 508003099

BLK: 508003100

BLK: 508003101

BLK: 508003102

BLK: 508003103

BLK: 508003104

BLK: 508003105

BLK: 508003128

BLK: 508003129

BLK: 508003983

BLK: 508005001

BLK: 508005002

BLK: 508005003

BLK: 508005004

BLK: 508005011

BLK: 508005012

BLK: 508005013

BLK: 508005014

BLK: 508005015

BLK: 508005016

BLK: 508005017

BLK: 508005018

BLK: 508005019

BLK: 508005024

BLK: 508005028

BLK: 508005046

BLK: 508005999

VTD: 0295 CamdentonNo.2

VTD: 0296 CamdentonNo.3

VTD: 0297 CamdentonNo.4

VTD: 0298 ClimaxSprings

VTD: 0299 Decaturville

Cass County (part)

VTD: 03711 BigCreek24A

VTD: 03712 BigCreekRural24

VTD: 03713 CampBranchE.Lynn15

VTD: 03714 CampBranchGross14

VTD: 03715 ColdwaterDrexel6

VTD: 03716 Dayton2

VTD: 03717 Dayton2A

VTD: 03718 Dolan9

VTD: 03719 Everett5

VTD: 0372 Austin3

VTD: 03720 GrandRiverNW10

VTD: 03721 GrandRiverRural10A

VTD: 03722 GrandRiverSE12

VTD: 03723 GrandRiverSE13

VTD: 03724 GrandRiverSW11

VTD: 03725 IndexGardenCity16

VTD: 03726 IndexGunnCity17

VTD: 03727 Mt.PleasantPrairie26A

VTD: 03729 PeculiarRural21

VTD: 0373 Austin4

VTD: 03730 PleasantHill19

VTD: 03731 PleasantHill19A

VTD: 03732 PleasantHill20

VTD: 03733 PleasantHill20A

VTD: 03734 Polk18

VTD: 03742 Sherman1

VTD: 03743 Union23

VTD: 03744 WestDolan8

VTD: 03745 WestDolan8A

Cedar County

Cole County

Dade County

Dallas County

Henry County

Hickory County

Jackson County (part)

VTD: 095194 Sni-A-BarNo.10

VTD: 095195 Sni-A-BarNo.11

VTD: 095199 Sni-A-BarNo.14

VTD: 095200 Sni-A-BarNo.14A&16&75&75A&76&83 (part)

BLK: 141011000

BLK: 141011001

BLK: 141011002

BLK: 141011003

BLK: 141011004

BLK: 141011005

BLK: 141011007

BLK: 141011008

BLK: 141011009

BLK: 141011010

BLK: 141011011

BLK: 141011024

BLK: 141011025

BLK: 141011027

BLK: 141011028

BLK: 141011029

BLK: 141011030

BLK: 141011052

BLK: 141011053

BLK: 141011055

BLK: 141011056

BLK: 141011057

BLK: 141011058

BLK: 141011059

BLK: 141011060

BLK: 141011061

BLK: 141011062

BLK: 141011063

BLK: 141011064

BLK: 141011065

BLK: 141011066

BLK: 141011067

BLK: 141011068

BLK: 141011069

BLK: 141011076

BLK: 141051003

BLK: 149052013

BLK: 149052014

BLK: 149052017

BLK: 149052018

BLK: 149052019

BLK: 149052020

BLK: 149052021

BLK: 149052026

VTD: 095201 Sni-A-BarNo.15&15A (part)

BLK: 141011017

BLK: 141011018

BLK: 141011031

BLK: 141011032

BLK: 141011033

BLK: 141011034

BLK: 141011035

BLK: 141011036

BLK: 141011037

BLK: 141011038

BLK: 141011039

BLK: 141011040

BLK: 141011041

BLK: 141011042

BLK: 141011043

BLK: 141011045

BLK: 141011048

BLK: 141011049

BLK: 141011050

BLK: 141011051

BLK: 141011054

BLK: 141011077

BLK: 141011078

VTD: 095224 Sni-A-BarNo.40&40A &41&42&47&48&98 (part)

BLK: 140011000

BLK: 140011001

BLK: 140011002

BLK: 140011003

BLK: 140011004

BLK: 140011005

BLK: 140011006

BLK: 140011007

BLK: 140011008

BLK: 140011009

BLK: 140011010

BLK: 140011011

BLK: 140011012

BLK: 140011013

BLK: 140011014

BLK: 140011015

BLK: 140011016

BLK: 140011017

BLK: 140011018

BLK: 140011019

BLK: 140011020

BLK: 140011021

BLK: 140011022

BLK: 140011023

BLK: 140011024

BLK: 140011025

BLK: 140011026

BLK: 140011027

BLK: 140011028

BLK: 140012015

BLK: 140012016

BLK: 140012017

BLK: 140012018

BLK: 140012019

BLK: 140012020

BLK: 140012021

BLK: 140012022

BLK: 140012023

BLK: 140012024

BLK: 140012025

BLK: 140012026

BLK: 140012027

BLK: 140012028

BLK: 140012029

BLK: 140012030

BLK: 140012031

BLK: 140012032

BLK: 140012033

BLK: 140012034

BLK: 140012035

BLK: 140012036

BLK: 140012037

BLK: 140012038

BLK: 140012039

BLK: 140012040

BLK: 140012041

BLK: 140012042

BLK: 140012043

BLK: 140012044

BLK: 140012045

BLK: 140012046

BLK: 140012047

BLK: 140012048

BLK: 140012049

BLK: 140012050

BLK: 140012051

BLK: 140012052

BLK: 140012053

BLK: 140012054

BLK: 140012055

BLK: 140012056

BLK: 140012057

BLK: 140012058

BLK: 140012059

BLK: 140012060

BLK: 140012061

BLK: 140012062

BLK: 140012063

BLK: 140012064

BLK: 140012065

BLK: 140012066

BLK: 140012067

BLK: 140012068

BLK: 140012069

BLK: 140012070

BLK: 140012071

BLK: 140012072

BLK: 140012073

BLK: 140012074

BLK: 140012075

BLK: 140012076

BLK: 140012077

BLK: 140012078

BLK: 140012079

BLK: 140012080

BLK: 140012081

BLK: 140012082

BLK: 140012083

BLK: 140012084

BLK: 140012085

BLK: 140012086

BLK: 140012087

BLK: 140012088

BLK: 140012091

BLK: 140012092

BLK: 140012093

BLK: 140012094

BLK: 140012095

BLK: 140012096

BLK: 140012097

BLK: 140012098

BLK: 140012099

BLK: 140012100

BLK: 140012101

BLK: 140012102

BLK: 140012103

BLK: 140012104

BLK: 140012105

BLK: 140012106

BLK: 140012107

BLK: 140021002

BLK: 141011070

BLK: 141011071

BLK: 141011072

BLK: 141011073

BLK: 141011074

BLK: 141011075

BLK: 141051000

BLK: 141051001

BLK: 141051002

BLK: 141051004

BLK: 141051009

BLK: 141051010

BLK: 141051011

BLK: 141051012

BLK: 141051013

BLK: 141059000

BLK: 141059022

VTD: 095228 Sni-A-BarNo.49&52&89&90 (part)

BLK: 140032017

BLK: 140032020

BLK: 140032021

VTD: 095230 Sni-A-BarNo.50&53&54&56&92

VTD: 095231 Sni-A-BarNo.51&51A&94A

VTD: 095232 Sni-A-BarNo.55

VTD: 095233 Sni-A-BarNo.57

VTD: 095241  Sni-A-BarNo.86&87&88&91 (part)

BLK: 140012089

BLK: 140012090

BLK: 140021000

BLK: 140021003

BLK: 140021004

BLK: 140021005

BLK: 140021006

BLK: 140021007

BLK: 140021008

BLK: 140021009

BLK: 140021010

BLK: 140021011

BLK: 140021012

BLK: 140021013

BLK: 140021014

BLK: 140021015

BLK: 140022006

BLK: 140022007

BLK: 140022008

BLK: 140022009

BLK: 140022010

BLK: 140022011

BLK: 140022017

BLK: 140023000

BLK: 140023001

BLK: 140023002

BLK: 140023003

BLK: 140023007

BLK: 140023008

BLK: 140031001

BLK: 140031002

BLK: 140031003

BLK: 140031004

BLK: 140031007

BLK: 140031008

BLK: 140031009

BLK: 140031042

BLK: 141066000

BLK: 141066024

BLK: 141066025

BLK: 141066026

BLK: 141066039

BLK: 141066040

BLK: 141066041

BLK: 141066042

VTD: 095243 Sni-A-BarNo.94&94B&95&96

Johnson County

Laclede County

Lafayette County

Moniteau County

Morgan County

Pettis County

Polk County (part)

VTD: 16710 Jefferson

VTD: 16711 Johnson

VTD: 16714 MadisonEast

VTD: 16715 MadisonWest

VTD: 16720 McKinley

VTD: 16722 Union

VTD: 1674 Campbell

VTD: 1675 Cliquot

VTD: 1676 Flemington

VTD: 1677 GreeneNorth

VTD: 1678 GreeneSouth

VTD: 1679 Jackson (part)

BLK: 604006002

BLK: 604006027

BLK: 604006028

BLK: 604006034

BLK: 604006035

BLK: 604006036

BLK: 604006044

BLK: 604006045

BLK: 604006048

BLK: 604006052

BLK: 604006055

BLK: 604006056

BLK: 604006057

BLK: 604006058

BLK: 604006059

BLK: 604006060

BLK: 604006061

BLK: 604006062

BLK: 604006063

BLK: 604006064

BLK: 604006065

BLK: 604006066

BLK: 604006067

BLK: 604006068

BLK: 604006069

BLK: 604006070

BLK: 604006071

BLK: 604006072

BLK: 604006073

BLK: 604006074

BLK: 604006075

BLK: 604006076

BLK: 604006077

BLK: 604006078

BLK: 604006079

BLK: 604006080

BLK: 604006081

BLK: 604006082

BLK: 604006083

BLK: 604006084

BLK: 604006085

BLK: 604006086

BLK: 604006087

BLK: 604006088

BLK: 604006089

BLK: 604006090

BLK: 604006093

BLK: 604006094

BLK: 604006095

BLK: 604006096

BLK: 604006097

BLK: 604006100

BLK: 604006103

Pulaski County

Ray County

Saline County

St.  Clair County

Vernon County

Webster County

 

128.420.  Fifth congressional district (2000 census). —

The fifth district shall be composed of the following:

Cass County (part)

VTD: 03710 BeltonSW27A

VTD: 03728 Mt.PleasantRural26

VTD: 03735 Raymore25A

VTD: 03736 Raymore25B

VTD: 03737 Raymore25C

VTD: 03738 Raymore25D

VTD: 03739 Raymore25E

VTD: 0374 BeltonNE29

VTD: 03740 Raymore25F

VTD: 03741 RaymoreRural25

VTD: 03746 WestPeculiar22A

VTD: 03747 WestPeculiarRural22

VTD: 0375 BeltonNW28

VTD: 0376 BeltonNW28A

VTD: 0377 BeltonSE30

VTD: 0378 BeltonSE30A

VTD: 0379 BeltonSW27

Jackson County (part)

VTD: 09510 BlueSub1No.3&4

VTD: 095100 BlueSub8No.9

VTD: 095101 BlueSub8No.9A

VTD: 095102 BrookingNo.1

VTD: 095103 BrookingNo.10

VTD: 095104 BrookingNo.11

VTD: 095105 BrookingNo.12

VTD: 095106 BrookingNo.13

VTD: 095107 BrookingNo.14

VTD: 095108 BrookingNo.15

VTD: 095109 BrookingNo.16

VTD: 09511 BlueSub1No.5

VTD: 095110 BrookingNo.17

VTD: 095111 BrookingNo.18

VTD: 095112 BrookingNo.19

VTD: 095113 BrookingNo.2&6

VTD: 095114 BrookingNo.20

VTD: 095115 BrookingNo.21

VTD: 095116 BrookingNo.22

VTD: 095117 BrookingNo.23

VTD: 095118 BrookingNo.24

VTD: 095119 BrookingNo.25

VTD: 09512 BlueSub1No.6

VTD: 095120 BrookingNo.26&28

VTD: 095121 BrookingNo.27&29

VTD: 095122 BrookingNo.3

VTD: 095123 BrookingNo.4

VTD: 095124 BrookingNo.5

VTD: 095125 BrookingNo.7

VTD: 095126 BrookingNo.8

VTD: 095127 BrookingNo.9

VTD: 095128 BrookingNo.9A

VTD: 09513 BlueSub1No.7

VTD: 095130 FortOsageNo&1&2&3  (part)

BLK: 114049000

BLK: 114049001

BLK: 114049002

BLK: 114049032

BLK: 114049033

BLK: 114049034

BLK: 114049039

BLK: 114049040

BLK: 114049041

BLK: 114049043

BLK: 114049045

BLK: 114049046

BLK: 114049047

BLK: 148019000

BLK: 148019001

BLK: 148019002

BLK: 148019003

VTD: 095138 PrairieNo.1

VTD: 095139 PrairieNo.11&12

VTD: 09514 BlueSub1No.8&14&16

VTD: 095140 PrairieNo.13

VTD: 095141 PrairieNo.13A

VTD: 095142 PrairieNo.14

VTD: 095143 PrairieNo.15

VTD: 095144 PrairieNo.16

VTD: 095145 PrairieNo.17

VTD: 095146 PrairieNo.19&20

VTD: 095147 PrairieNo.2

VTD: 095148 PrairieNo.21

VTD: 095149 PrairieNo.22

VTD: 09515 BlueSub1No.9

VTD: 095150 PrairieNo.23

VTD: 095151 PrairieNo.24&24A

VTD: 095152 PrairieNo.25

VTD: 095153 PrairieNo.25A&68

VTD: 095154 PrairieNo.26&27&78

VTD: 095155 PrairieNo.3

VTD: 095156 PrairieNo.30

VTD: 095158 PrairieNo.31

VTD: 095159 PrairieNo.32&33

VTD: 09516 BlueSub2No.1

VTD: 095160 PrairieNo.35&79

VTD: 095161 PrairieNo.37

VTD: 095162 PrairieNo.38

VTD: 095163 PrairieNo.39

VTD: 095164 PrairieNo.4

VTD: 095165 PrairieNo.40

VTD: 095167 PrairieNo.44

VTD: 095168 PrairieNo.45

VTD: 095169 PrairieNo.46&67

VTD: 09517 BlueSub2No.10

VTD: 095170 PrairieNo.47

VTD: 095171 PrairieNo.48

VTD: 095172 PrairieNo.49

VTD: 095173 PrairieNo.5

VTD: 095174 PrairieNo.50

VTD: 095175 PrairieNo.50A

VTD: 095176 PrairieNo.50B

VTD: 095177 PrairieNo.51

VTD: 095178 PrairieNo.52

VTD: 095179 PrairieNo.53

VTD: 09518 BlueSub2No.2

VTD: 095180 PrairieNo.54

VTD: 095181 PrairieNo.55&56

VTD: 095182 PrairieNo.57&58&59&73&75

VTD: 095183 PrairieNo.6

VTD: 095184 PrairieNo.66

VTD: 095185 PrairieNo.66A

VTD: 095186 PrairieNo.69

VTD: 095187 PrairieNo.7

VTD: 095188 PrairieNo.70

VTD: 095189 PrairieNo.8

VTD: 09519 BlueSub2No.3

VTD: 095190 PrairieNo.8A

VTD: 095191  PrairieNo.9&63&64&77

VTD: 095192 Sni-A-BarNo1.

VTD: 0952 KCWd12Pct4

VTD: 09520 BlueSub2No.4

VTD: 09521 BlueSub2No.5

VTD: 09522 BlueSub2No.6

VTD: 09523 BlueSub2No.7

VTD: 09524 BlueSub2No.8

VTD: 095244 VanBurenNo.1&2

VTD: 095245 VanBurenNo.16&19&19A&20&21

VTD: 095246 VanBurenNo.26&27&28&29&30&31&32&33

VTD: 095247 VanBurenNo.34&35&36&37

VTD: 095248 VanBurenNo.38&39&40

VTD: 095249 VanBurenNo.41&42

VTD: 09525 BlueSub2No.9

VTD: 095250 VanBurenNo.5

VTD: 095251 VanBurenNo.6&7

VTD: 095252 VanBurenNo.8

VTD: 095253 VanBurenNo.9&10&11&17&18

VTD: 095254 WashingtonNo.1

VTD: 095255 WashingtonNo.10

VTD: 095256 WashingtonNo.11

VTD: 095257 WashingtonNo.12

VTD: 095258 WashingtonNo.13

VTD: 095259 WashingtonNo.14

VTD: 09526 BlueSub3No.1

VTD: 095260 WashingtonNo.15

VTD: 095261 WashingtonNo.16

VTD: 095262 WashingtonNo.17

VTD: 095263 WashingtonNo.2

VTD: 095264 WashingtonNo.3

VTD: 095265 WashingtonNo.4

VTD: 095266 WashingtonNo.5

VTD: 095267 WashingtonNo.6

VTD: 095268 WashingtonNo.7

VTD: 095269 WashingtonNo.8

VTD: 09527 BlueSub3No.12&13 (part)

BLK: 151009004

VTD: 095270 WashingtonNo.9

VTD: 095271 KCWd1Pct1

VTD: 095273 KCWd1Pct2

VTD: 095274 KCWd1Pct3

VTD: 095275 KCWd1Pct4

VTD: 095276 KCWd1Pct5

VTD: 095277 KCWd1Pct6&7

VTD: 095279 KCWd1Pct8

VTD: 09528 BlueSub3No.14

VTD: 095280 KCWd1Pct9&10

VTD: 095281 KCWd10Pct1&2

VTD: 095282 KCWd10Pct10&11

VTD: 095285 KCWd10Pct3

VTD: 095286 KCWd10Pct4

VTD: 095287 KCWd10Pct5&6

VTD: 095289 KCWd10Pct7

VTD: 09529 BlueSub3No.15

VTD: 095290 KCWd10Pct8&9

VTD: 095292 KCWd11Pct1

VTD: 095293 KCWd11Pct2

VTD: 095294 KCWd11Pct3&4

VTD: 095297 KCWd11Pct5&6

VTD: 095298 KCWd11Pct7

VTD: 095299 KCWd11Pct8

VTD: 0953 BlueSub1No.1

VTD: 09530 BlueSub3No.15A

VTD: 095300 KCWd11Pct9

VTD: 095301 KCWd12Pct1

VTD: 095302 KCWd12Pct10

VTD: 095304 KCWd12Pct2

VTD: 095305 KCWd12Pct3

VTD: 095306 KCWd12Pct5&6

VTD: 095308 KCWd12Pct7

VTD: 095309 KCWd12Pct8

VTD: 09531 BlueSub3No.16

VTD: 095310 KCWd12Pct9&11

VTD: 095311 KCWd13Pct1

VTD: 095312 KCWd13Pct2

VTD: 095313 KCWd13Pct3

VTD: 095314 KCWd13Pct4

VTD: 095315 KCWd13Pct5

VTD: 095316 KCWd13Pct6

VTD: 095317 KCWd14Pct1&7

VTD: 095319 KCWd14Pct11

VTD: 09532 BlueSub3No.2

VTD: 095320 KCWd14Pct12&13

VTD: 095322 KCWd14Pct2

VTD: 095323 KCWd14Pct3

VTD: 095324 KCWd14Pct4&5

VTD: 095326 KCWd14Pct6

VTD: 095328 KCWd14Pct8&9&10

VTD: 09533 BlueSub3No.3

VTD: 095330 KCWd15Pct1&4

VTD: 095331 KCWd15Pct10

VTD: 095332 KCWd15Pct11&12

VTD: 095334 KCWd15Pct13

VTD: 095335 KCWd15Pct14&15

VTD: 095337 KCWd15Pct2

VTD: 095338 KCWd15Pct3

VTD: 09534 BlueSub3No.4

VTD: 095340 KCWd15Pct5&6&7

VTD: 095344 KCWd15Pct8&9

VTD: 095345 KCWd16Pct1&2&3&4

VTD: 095346 KCWd16Pct10

VTD: 095347 KCWd16Pct11&12&14&15

VTD: 095349 KCWd16Pct13

VTD: 09535 BlueSub3No.5

VTD: 095352 KCWd16Pct16&17

VTD: 095357 KCWd16Pct5&8

VTD: 095358 KCWd16Pct6&7

VTD: 09536 BlueSub3No.5A

VTD: 095361 KCWd16Pct9

VTD: 095362 KCWd17Pct1&2

VTD: 095365 KCWd17Pct12&13

VTD: 095367 KCWd17Pct14

VTD: 095369 KCWd17Pct3&4&5

VTD: 09537 BlueSub3No.8

VTD: 095372 KCWd17Pct6

VTD: 095373 KCWd17Pct7

VTD: 095374 KCWd17Pct8&11

VTD: 095375 KCWd17Pct9&10

VTD: 095377 KCWd18Pct10

VTD: 095378 KCWd18Pct12

VTD: 095379 KCWd18Pct13

VTD: 09538 BlueSub3No.9

VTD: 095380 KCWd18Pct1&2

VTD: 095381 KCWd18Pct3

VTD: 095382 KCWd18Pct4

VTD: 095383 KCWd18Pct5

VTD: 095384 KCWd18Pct6&7

VTD: 095386 KCWd18Pct8

VTD: 095387 KCWd18Pct9

VTD: 095388 KCWd19Pct1&2

VTD: 095389 KCWd19Pct10

VTD: 09539 BlueSub4No.1

VTD: 095390 KCWd19Pct11

VTD: 095391 KCWd19Pct13

VTD: 095392 KCWd19Pct14

VTD: 095393 KCWd19Pct15

VTD: 095395 KCWd19Pct3&6

VTD: 095396 KCWd19Pct4

VTD: 095399 KCWd19Pct5&7

VTD: 0954 BlueSub1No.10

VTD: 09540 BlueSub4No.10

VTD: 095400 KCWd19Pct8

VTD: 095401 KCWd19Pct9

VTD: 095402 KCWd2Pct1&2

VTD: 095403 KCWd2Pct10

VTD: 095404 KCWd2Pct11

VTD: 095405 KCWd2Pct12

VTD: 095408 KCWd2Pct9&15

VTD: 09541 BlueSub4No.11

VTD: 095410 KCWd2Pct3

VTD: 095411 KCWd2Pct4&14

VTD: 095412 KCWd2Pct5&6

VTD: 095414 KCWd2Pct7&8

VTD: 095417 KCWd20Pct1

VTD: 095418 KCWd20Pct2

VTD: 095419 KCWd20Pct3&4&5

VTD: 09542 BlueSub4No.12

VTD: 095422 KCWd20Pct6

VTD: 095423 KCWd20Pct7

VTD: 095424 KCWd20Pct8

VTD: 095425 KCWd20Pct9

VTD: 095426 KCWd22Pct1&2

VTD: 095427 KCWd22Pct10

VTD: 095429 KCWd22Pct11&12

VTD: 09543 BlueSub4No.2

VTD: 095431 KCWd22Pct3

VTD: 095432 KCWd22Pct4

VTD: 095434 KCWd22Pct5&6

VTD: 095435 KCWd22Pct7

VTD: 095436 KCWd22Pct8&9

VTD: 095438 KCWd23Pct1&2

VTD: 09544 BlueSub4No.3

VTD: 095440 KCWd23Pct11&12

VTD: 095442 KCWd23Pct13

VTD: 095443 KCWd23Pct14

VTD: 095445 KCWd23Pct3

VTD: 095446 KCWd23Pct4

VTD: 095447 KCWd23Pct5

VTD: 095448 KCWd23Pct6

VTD: 095449 KCWd23Pct7&9&10

VTD: 09545 BlueSub4No.5

VTD: 095450 KCWd23Pct8

VTD: 095452 KCWd24Pct1&3

VTD: 095453 KCWd24Pct10

VTD: 095454 KCWd24Pct12

VTD: 095455 KCWd24Pct13

VTD: 095456 KCWd24Pct15

VTD: 095457 KCWd24Pct16

VTD: 095458 KCWd24Pct17

VTD: 095459 KCWd24Pct18

VTD: 09546 BlueSub4No.6

VTD: 095460 KCWd24Pct19

VTD: 095461 KCWd24Pct2

VTD: 095462 KCWd24Pct20

VTD: 095463 KCWd24Pct21

VTD: 095464 KCWd24Pct22&23

VTD: 095467 KCWd24Pct4&5&6

VTD: 09547 BlueSub4No.7

VTD: 095470 KCWd24Pct7

VTD: 095471 KCWd24Pct8

VTD: 095472 KCWd24Pct9

VTD: 095473 KCWd25Pct1

VTD: 095474 KCWd25Pct10

VTD: 095475 KCWd25Pct11

VTD: 095476 KCWd25Pct12

VTD: 095477 KCWd25Pct2

VTD: 095478 KCWd25Pct3&4

VTD: 09548 BlueSub4No.8

VTD: 095480 KCWd25Pct5

VTD: 095481 KCWd25Pct6

VTD: 095482 KCWd25Pct7

VTD: 095483 KCWd25Pct8

VTD: 095484 KCWd25Pct9

VTD: 095485 KCWd26Pct1&2&3

VTD: 095486 KCWd26Pct10

VTD: 095487 KCWd26Pct11&12

VTD: 09549 BlueSub4No.9

VTD: 095491 KCWd26Pct4

VTD: 095492 KCWd26Pct5&6

VTD: 095494 KCWd26Pct7&8

VTD: 095496 KCWd26Pct9

VTD: 095497 KCWd3Pct1

VTD: 0955 BlueSub1No.11

VTD: 09550 BlueSub5No.1

VTD: 095500 KCWd3Pct12

VTD: 095502 KCWd3Pct2

VTD: 095503 KCWd3Pct3

VTD: 095504 KCWd3Pct4

VTD: 095505 KCWd3Pct5&6&7

VTD: 095508 KCWd3Pct8

VTD: 095509 KCWd3Pct9&10&11&13

VTD: 09551 BlueSub5No.10

VTD: 095510 KCWd4Pct1&2

VTD: 095512 KCWd4Pct3&4

VTD: 095514 KCWd4Pct5

VTD: 095515 KCWd4Pct6

VTD: 095516 KCWd4Pct7

VTD: 095517 KCWd4Pct8

VTD: 095518 KCWd4Pct9

VTD: 09552 BlueSub5No.11

VTD: 095520 KCWd5Pct10

VTD: 095521 KCWd5Pct1&2

VTD: 095522 KCWd5Pct4

VTD: 095523 KCWd5Pct5&6

VTD: 095525 KCWd5Pct7&8

VTD: 095527 KCWd5Pct9

VTD: 095528 KCWd5Precinct3

VTD: 095529 KCWd6Pct1

VTD: 09553 BlueSub5No.12

VTD: 095530 KCWd6Pct9&10&11

VTD: 095532 KCWd6Pct12

VTD: 095533 KCWd6Pct3&13

VTD: 095534 KCWd6Pct14

VTD: 095535 KCWd6Pct2&4

VTD: 095538 KCWd6Pct5

VTD: 095539 KCWd6Pct6

VTD: 09554 BlueSub5No.13

VTD: 095540 KCWd6Pct7

VTD: 095541 KCWd6Pct8

VTD: 095543 KCWd7Pct1&2&7&8

VTD: 095545 KCWd7Pct9&10&11

VTD: 095546 KCWd7Pct12

VTD: 095547 KCWd7Pct13

VTD: 095548 KCWd7Pct14

VTD: 095549 KCWd7Pct15

VTD: 09555 BlueSub5No.2

VTD: 095551 KCWd7Pct3

VTD: 095552 KCWd7Pct4

VTD: 095553 KCWd7Pct5&6

VTD: 095558 KCWd8Pct1&2&3

VTD: 095559 KCWd8Pct10&11

VTD: 09556 BlueSub5No.3

VTD: 095563 KCWd8Pct4

VTD: 095564 KCWd8Pct5

VTD: 095565 KCWd8Pct6

VTD: 095567 KCWd8Pct7&8

VTD: 095568 KCWd8Pct9

VTD: 095569 KCWd9Pct1

VTD: 09557 BlueSub5No.4

VTD: 095571 KCWd9Pct11

VTD: 095572 KCWd9Pct12

VTD: 095573 KCWd9Pct2

VTD: 095574 KCWd9Pct3

VTD: 095575 KCWd9Pct4&5

VTD: 095577 KCWd9Pct6&7

VTD: 095579 KCWd9Pct8&9&10

VTD: 09558 BlueSub5No.5

VTD: 09559 BlueSub5No.6

VTD: 0956 BlueSub1No.12

VTD: 09560 BlueSub5No.7

VTD: 09561 BlueSub5No.8

VTD: 09562 BlueSub5No.9

VTD: 09563 BlueSub6No.1

VTD: 09564 BlueSub6No.10

VTD: 09565 BlueSub6No.11

VTD: 09566 BlueSub6No.12

VTD: 09567 BlueSub6No.2

VTD: 09568 BlueSub6No.3

VTD: 09569 BlueSub6No.4

VTD: 0957 BlueSub1No.13

VTD: 09570 BlueSub6No.5

VTD: 09571 BlueSub6No.6

VTD: 09572 BlueSub6No.8

VTD: 09573 BlueSub6No.8A

VTD: 09574 BlueSub6No.9

VTD: 09575 BlueSub7No.1

VTD: 09576 BlueSub7No.10

VTD: 09577 BlueSub7No.11

VTD: 09578 BlueSub7No.12

VTD: 09579 BlueSub7No.13

VTD: 0958 BlueSub1No.18

VTD: 09580 BlueSub7No.14

VTD: 09581 BlueSub7No.2

VTD: 09582 BlueSub7No.3

VTD: 09583 BlueSub7No.4

VTD: 09584 BlueSub7No.5

VTD: 09585 BlueSub7No.6

VTD: 09586 BlueSub7No.7

VTD: 09587 BlueSub7No.8

VTD: 09588 BlueSub7No.9

VTD: 09589 BlueSub8No.1

VTD: 0959 BlueSub1No.2

VTD: 09590 BlueSub8No.10

VTD: 09591 BlueSub8No.11

VTD: 09592 BlueSub8No.12

VTD: 09593 BlueSub8No.2

VTD: 09594 BlueSub8No.3

VTD: 09595 BlueSub8No.4

VTD: 09596 BlueSub8No.5

VTD: 09597 BlueSub8No.6

VTD: 09598 BlueSub8No.7

VTD: 09599 BlueSub8No.8

 

128.425.  Sixth congressional district (2000 census). —

The sixth district shall be composed of the following:

Andrew County

Atchison County

Buchanan County

Caldwell County

Carroll County

Chariton County

Clay County

Clinton County

Cooper County

Daviess County

DeKalb County

Gentry County

Grundy County

Harrison County

Holt County

Howard County

Jackson County (part)

VTD: 095129 FortOsageNo17&21

VTD: 095130 FortOsageNo&1&2&3 (part)

BLK: 148019004

BLK: 148019005

BLK: 149011000

BLK: 149011001

BLK: 149011002

BLK: 149011003

BLK: 149011004

BLK: 149011005

BLK: 149011006

BLK: 149011007

BLK: 149011008

BLK: 149011009

BLK: 149011010

BLK: 149011011

BLK: 149011012

BLK: 149011013

BLK: 149011014

BLK: 149011015

BLK: 149011016

BLK: 149011017

BLK: 149011018

BLK: 149011019

BLK: 149011020

BLK: 149011021

BLK: 149011022

BLK: 149011023

BLK: 149011024

BLK: 149012000

BLK: 149012001

BLK: 149012002

BLK: 149012003

BLK: 149012004

BLK: 149012005

BLK: 149012009

BLK: 149012010

BLK: 149012011

BLK: 149012012

VTD: 095131 FortOsageNo.11&12&29

VTD: 095132 FortOsageNo.18&19&20&22&23

VTD: 095133 FortOsageNo.4

VTD: 095134 FortOsageNo.5

VTD: 095135 FortOsageNo.6

VTD: 095136 FortOsageNo.7&8

VTD: 095137 FortOsageNo.9&10&15

VTD: 095157 PrairieNo.30A

VTD: 095166 PrairieNo.41&80&81

VTD: 095193 Sni-A-BarNo&.37&38&39

VTD: 095196 Sni-A-BarNo.11A

VTD: 095197 Sni-A-BarNo.12&13

VTD: 095198 Sni-A-BarNo.13A&45&80&81&82

VTD: 095200 Sni-A-BarNo.14A&16&75&75A&76&83 (part)

BLK: 141051006

VTD: 095201 Sni-A-BarNo.15&15A (part)

BLK: 141011044

BLK: 141011046

BLK: 141011047

BLK: 141051007

BLK: 141051008

VTD: 095202 Sni-A-BarNo.17&69

VTD: 095203 Sni-A-BarNo.19

VTD: 095204 Sni-A-BarNo.1A&18&68

VTD: 095205 Sni-A-BarNo.2

VTD: 095206 Sni-A-BarNo.20&70A

VTD: 095207 Sni-A-BarNo.21&64&70&71

VTD: 095208 Sni-A-BarNo.22

VTD: 095209 Sni-A-BarNo.23&24

VTD: 095210 Sni-A-BarNo.25&26

VTD: 095211 Sni-A-BarNo.27

VTD: 095212 Sni-A-BarNo.28&72

VTD: 095213 Sni-A-BarNo.29&73

VTD: 095214 Sni-A-BarNo.3&3A&4

VTD: 095215 Sni-A-BarNo.30

VTD: 095216 Sni-A-BarNo.30A

VTD: 095217 Sni-A-BarNo.31

VTD: 095218 Sni-A-BarNo.31A

VTD: 095219 Sni-A-BarNo.32

VTD: 095220 Sni-A-BarNo.33

VTD: 095221 Sni-A-BarNo.34&34A&74

VTD: 095222 Sni-A-BarNo.35&36

VTD: 095223 Sni-A-BarNo.35A

VTD: 095224 Sni-A-BarNo.40&40A&41&42&47&48&98 (part)

BLK: 141051005

VTD: 095226 Sni-A-BarNo.44

VTD: 095228 Sni-A-BarNo.49&52&89&90 (part)

BLK: 140032000

BLK: 140032001

BLK: 140032002

BLK: 140032003

BLK: 140032004

BLK: 140032005

BLK: 140032006

BLK: 140032007

BLK: 140032008

BLK: 140032009

BLK: 140032010

BLK: 140032011

BLK: 140032012

BLK: 140032013

BLK: 140032014

BLK: 140032015

BLK: 140032016

BLK: 140032018

BLK: 140032019

BLK: 149031019

BLK: 149032000

BLK: 149032001

BLK: 149032002

BLK: 149032003

BLK: 149032004

BLK: 149032005

BLK: 149032042

BLK: 149032048

BLK: 149032051

BLK: 149032053

BLK: 149032054

BLK: 149032055

BLK: 149032056

BLK: 149032057

BLK: 149032058

BLK: 149032059

BLK: 149032060

BLK: 149032061

BLK: 149032062

BLK: 149032063

BLK: 149032064

BLK: 149032065

BLK: 149032074

BLK: 149032075

BLK: 149032076

BLK: 149032088

BLK: 149032089

BLK: 149032090

VTD: 095229 Sni-A-BarNo.5

VTD: 095234 Sni-A-BarNo.58

VTD: 095235 Sni-A-BarNo.59&60

VTD: 095236 Sni-A-BarNo.5A&61&62&62A&97

VTD: 095237 Sni-A-BarNo.6&6A&6B&7&65&66&99

VTD: 095238 Sni-A-BarNo.40B&67&77&78&78B&79&84&84A

VTD: 095240 Sni-A-BarNo.8

VTD: 095241 Sni-A-BarNo.86&87&88&91 (part)

BLK: 140021001

VTD: 095242 Sni-A-BarNo.9

VTD: 09527 BlueSub3No.12&13 (part)

BLK: 150005000

BLK: 150005001

BLK: 150005003

BLK: 150005004

BLK: 150005005

BLK: 150005006

BLK: 150005007

BLK: 150005998

BLK: 150005999

BLK: 150006000

BLK: 150006001

BLK: 150006002

BLK: 150006003

BLK: 150006004

BLK: 150006005

BLK: 150006006

BLK: 150006007

BLK: 150006008

BLK: 150006009

BLK: 150006010

BLK: 150006011

BLK: 150006012

BLK: 150006013

BLK: 150006014

BLK: 150006021

BLK: 150006022

BLK: 150006023

BLK: 150006024

BLK: 150006025

VTD: 095581 FortOsageNo.14&26&28

Linn County

Livingston County

Mercer County

Nodaway County

Platte County

Putnam County

Schuyler County

Sullivan County

Worth County

128.430.  Seventh congressional district (2000 census). — The seventh district shall be composed of the following:

Barry County

Christian County

Greene County

Jasper County

Lawrence County

McDonald County

Newton County

Polk County (part)

VTD: 16712 LooneyEast

VTD: 16713 LooneyWest

VTD: 16716 MarionNortheast

VTD: 16717 MarionNorthwest

VTD: 16718 MarionSoutheast

VTD: 16719 MarionSouthwest

VTD: 1672 BentonNorth

VTD: 16721 Mooney

VTD: 16723 Wishart

VTD: 1673 BentonSouth

VTD: 1679 Jackson (part)

BLK: 604002092

BLK: 604002093

BLK: 604002096

BLK: 604002097

BLK: 604002100

BLK: 604002101

BLK: 604002102

BLK: 604006000

BLK: 604006001

BLK: 604006003

BLK: 604006047

BLK: 604006049

BLK: 604006050

BLK: 604006051

BLK: 604006053

BLK: 604006054

BLK: 604006091

BLK: 604006092

BLK: 604006098

BLK: 604006099

BLK: 604006101

BLK: 604006102

BLK: 604006104

BLK: 604006105

BLK: 604006106

BLK: 604006107

BLK: 604006108

BLK: 604006109

BLK: 604006110

BLK: 604006111

BLK: 604006112

BLK: 604006113

BLK: 604006114

BLK: 604006115

BLK: 604006116

BLK: 604006117

BLK: 604006118

BLK: 604006119

BLK: 604006120

BLK: 604006121

BLK: 604006122

BLK: 604006123

BLK: 604006124

BLK: 604006125

BLK: 604006126

BLK: 604006127

BLK: 604006128

BLK: 604006129

Stone County

Taney County (part)

VTD: 21311 ForsythWard2 (part)

BLK: 802003129

BLK: 803003044

BLK: 803003045

BLK: 803003046

BLK: 803003047

BLK: 803003048

BLK: 803003050

BLK: 803003051

VTD: 21312 HollisterWard1

VTD: 21313 HollisterWard2

VTD: 21314 HollisterWard3

VTD: 21315 Kirbyville

VTD: 21317 MerriamWoods (part)

BLK: 802002043

BLK: 802003029

BLK: 802003030

BLK: 802003032

BLK: 802003033

BLK: 802003034

BLK: 802003035

BLK: 802003036

BLK: 802003037

BLK: 802003038

BLK: 802003039

BLK: 802003040

BLK: 802003041

BLK: 802003042

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BLK: 802003074

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BLK: 802003131

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BLK: 802003138

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BLK: 802003140

BLK: 802003141

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BLK: 802003143

BLK: 802003144

BLK: 802003145

BLK: 802003146

BLK: 802003147

BLK: 802003148

BLK: 802003149

BLK: 802005001

BLK: 802005011

BLK: 802005012

BLK: 802005013

BLK: 802005014

BLK: 802005015

BLK: 802005016

BLK: 802005017

BLK: 802005018

BLK: 802005019

BLK: 802005020

BLK: 802005021

BLK: 802005022

BLK: 802005023

BLK: 802005024

BLK: 802005025

BLK: 802005026

BLK: 802005027

BLK: 802005028

BLK: 802005029

BLK: 802005030

BLK: 802005032

BLK: 802005034

BLK: 802005035

BLK: 802005036

BLK: 802005037

BLK: 802005038

BLK: 802005039

BLK: 802005087

BLK: 802005088

BLK: 802005089

BLK: 802005090

BLK: 802005091

BLK: 802005092

BLK: 802005093

BLK: 802005094

BLK: 802005095

BLK: 802005096

BLK: 802005097

BLK: 802005098

BLK: 802005099

BLK: 802005101

BLK: 802005102

BLK: 802005103

BLK: 802005104

BLK: 802005105

BLK: 802005106

BLK: 802005107

BLK: 802005108

BLK: 802005109

BLK: 802005110

BLK: 802005111

BLK: 802005112

BLK: 802005113

BLK: 802005114

BLK: 802005115

BLK: 802005116

BLK: 802005117

BLK: 802005118

BLK: 802005119

BLK: 802005120

BLK: 802005124

VTD: 21318 Mincy

VTD: 2132 BostonCenter

VTD: 21320 RockawayBeachWard1

VTD: 21321 RockawayBeachWard2  (part)

BLK: 802003026

BLK: 802003027

BLK: 802003068

BLK: 802003069

BLK: 802003070

BLK: 802003071

BLK: 802003100

BLK: 802003127

BLK: 802003130

BLK: 802003132

BLK: 802003135

BLK: 802003136

BLK: 802005000

BLK: 802005002

BLK: 802005003

BLK: 802005004

BLK: 802005005

BLK: 802005052

BLK: 802005053

BLK: 802005054

BLK: 802005055

BLK: 802005056

BLK: 802005057

BLK: 802005058

BLK: 802005059

BLK: 802005060

BLK: 802005061

BLK: 802005062

BLK: 802005063

BLK: 802005064

BLK: 802005065

BLK: 802005066

BLK: 802005067

BLK: 802005068

BLK: 802005069

BLK: 802005070

BLK: 802005086

BLK: 802005998

BLK: 802005999

VTD: 21323 WalnutShade

VTD: 2134 Branson1&1A

VTD: 2135 Branson

VTD: 2136 Branson3&Tablerock

 

128.435.  Eighth congressional district (2000 census). —

The eighth district shall be composed of the following:

Bollinger County

Butler County

Cape Girardeau County

Carter County

Dent County

Douglas County

Dunklin County

Howell County

Iron County

Madison County

Mississippi County

New Madrid County

Oregon County

Ozark County

Pemiscot County

Perry County

Phelps County

Reynolds County

Ripley County

Scott County

Shannon County

St.  Francois County

Stoddard County

Taney County (part)

VTD: 21310 ForsythWard1

VTD: 21311 ForsythWard2 (part)

BLK: 802003000

BLK: 802003001

BLK: 802003002

BLK: 802003003

BLK: 802003004

BLK: 802003005

BLK: 802003006

BLK: 802003007

BLK: 802003008

BLK: 802003009

BLK: 802003010

BLK: 802003011

BLK: 802003012

BLK: 802003013

BLK: 802003014

BLK: 802003015

BLK: 802003016

BLK: 802003017

BLK: 802003018

BLK: 802003019

BLK: 802003020

BLK: 802003021

BLK: 802003022

BLK: 802003023

BLK: 802003024

BLK: 802003051

BLK: 802003052

BLK: 802003053

BLK: 802003054

BLK: 802003055

BLK: 802003056

BLK: 802003057

BLK: 802003058

BLK: 802003061

BLK: 802003062

BLK: 802003063

BLK: 802003106

BLK: 802003107

BLK: 802003108

BLK: 802003109

BLK: 802003110

BLK: 802003111

BLK: 802003112

BLK: 802003113

BLK: 802003114

BLK: 802003115

BLK: 802003116

BLK: 802003117

BLK: 802003118

BLK: 802003119

BLK: 802003120

BLK: 802003121

BLK: 802003122

BLK: 802003123

BLK: 802003124

BLK: 802003150

BLK: 802003151

BLK: 802003152

BLK: 802003997

BLK: 802003998

BLK: 802003999

BLK: 803003000

BLK: 803003001

BLK: 803003002

BLK: 803003003

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BLK: 803003025

BLK: 803003026

BLK: 803003027

BLK: 803003028

BLK: 803003029

BLK: 803003030

BLK: 803003031

BLK: 803003039

BLK: 803003049

BLK: 803003053

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BLK: 803003088

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BLK: 803003998

BLK: 803003999

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BLK: 804001079

BLK: 804001080

BLK: 804001081

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BLK: 804001088

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BLK: 804001096

BLK: 804001992

BLK: 804001993

BLK: 804001994

BLK: 804004982

BLK: 804005989

BLK: 804006014

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BLK: 804006036

BLK: 804006999

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BLK: 804007012

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BLK: 804007017

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BLK: 804007044

BLK: 804007045

BLK: 804007997

BLK: 804008000

BLK: 804008001

BLK: 804008002

BLK: 804008003

BLK: 804008004

BLK: 804008005

BLK: 804008006

BLK: 804008007

BLK: 804008008

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BLK: 804008010

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BLK: 804008015

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BLK: 804008017

BLK: 804008018

BLK: 804008019

BLK: 804008020

BLK: 804008021

BLK: 804008022

BLK: 804008023

BLK: 804008024

BLK: 804008025

BLK: 804008026

BLK: 804008027

BLK: 804008028

BLK: 804008029

BLK: 804008030

BLK: 804008031

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BLK: 804008033

BLK: 804008034

BLK: 804008035

BLK: 804008036

BLK: 804008037

BLK: 804008038

BLK: 804008039

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BLK: 804008041

BLK: 804008042

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BLK: 804008044

BLK: 804008045

BLK: 804008046

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BLK: 804008048

BLK: 804008049

BLK: 804008050

BLK: 804008051

BLK: 804008052

BLK: 804008053

BLK: 804008054

BLK: 804008055

BLK: 804008056

BLK: 804008057

BLK: 804008058

BLK: 804008059

BLK: 804008060

BLK: 804008061

BLK: 804008062

BLK: 804008063

BLK: 804008064

BLK: 804008065

BLK: 804008066

BLK: 804008999

VTD: 21316 KisseeMills

VTD: 21317 MerriamWoods (part)

BLK: 802003102

VTD: 21319 Protem

VTD: 21321 RockawayBeachWard2  (part)

BLK: 802003025

BLK: 802003059

BLK: 802003060

BLK: 802003064

BLK: 802003065

BLK: 802003066

BLK: 802003067

BLK: 802003103

BLK: 802003104

BLK: 802003105

BLK: 802003125

BLK: 802003126

VTD: 21322 Taneyville

VTD: 2133 Bradleyville

VTD: 2137 BrownBranch

VTD: 2138 Bryant

VTD: 2139 CedarCreek

Texas County

Washington County

Wayne County

Wright County

 

128.440.  Ninth congressional district (2000 census). —

The ninth district shall be composed of the following:

Adair County

Audrain County

Boone County

Callaway County

Camden County (part)

VTD: 02910 Freedom

VTD: 02920 OsageBeachNo.3

VTD: 0294 CamdentonNo.1 (part)

BLK: 506001007

BLK: 506001041

BLK: 506001042

BLK: 506001043

BLK: 506001989

BLK: 506001991

BLK: 506001992

BLK: 506001993

BLK: 506002001

BLK: 506002004

BLK: 506002005

BLK: 509001033

BLK: 509001034

BLK: 509001037

BLK: 509001038

BLK: 509001060

Clark County

Crawford County

Franklin County

Gasconade County

Knox County

Lewis County

Macon County

Maries County

Marion County

Miller County

Monroe County

Montgomery County

Osage County

Pike County

Ralls County

Randolph County

Scotland County

Shelby County

St.  Charles County (part)

VTD: 183136 83 (part)

BLK: 111113000

BLK: 111213030

BLK: 111213031

VTD: 183142 222&New

VTD: 18345 150

VTD: 18347 152

VTD: 18367 200

VTD: 18368 201

VTD: 18369 202

VTD: 18371 203 (part)

BLK: 111441026

BLK: 111441027

BLK: 111441028

BLK: 111441029

BLK: 111441030

BLK: 111441031

BLK: 111441032

BLK: 111441033

BLK: 111441034

BLK: 111441035

BLK: 111441036

BLK: 111441037

BLK: 111441038

BLK: 111441049

BLK: 111441050

BLK: 111441051

BLK: 111441052

BLK: 111441053

BLK: 111441054

BLK: 111441056

BLK: 111441058

BLK: 111441101

BLK: 119021018

BLK: 119021019

BLK: 119021020

BLK: 119021021

BLK: 119021022

BLK: 119021023

BLK: 119021025

BLK: 119021026

BLK: 119021028

BLK: 119021029

BLK: 119021030

BLK: 119021055

BLK: 119021056

BLK: 119021057

BLK: 119021058

BLK: 119021059

BLK: 119021061

BLK: 119021063

BLK: 119021064

BLK: 119021065

BLK: 119021066

BLK: 119021067

BLK: 119021068

BLK: 122023010

BLK: 122023011

BLK: 122023012

BLK: 122023013

BLK: 122023014

BLK: 122023015

BLK: 122023016

BLK: 122023017

BLK: 122023018

BLK: 122023019

BLK: 122023020

BLK: 122023021

BLK: 122023022

BLK: 122023023

BLK: 122023024

BLK: 122023025

BLK: 122023026

BLK: 122023027

BLK: 122023028

BLK: 122023029

BLK: 122023030

BLK: 122023031

BLK: 122023032

BLK: 122023033

BLK: 122023034

BLK: 122023035

BLK: 122023036

BLK: 122023037

BLK: 122023038

BLK: 122023039

BLK: 122023040

BLK: 122023041

BLK: 122023042

BLK: 122023046

BLK: 122023047

BLK: 122023048

BLK: 122023116

BLK: 122023117

BLK: 122023118

BLK: 122023119

BLK: 122023120

VTD: 18374 206 (part)

BLK: 111243073

VTD: 18376 207 (part)

BLK: 111441016

BLK: 111441017

BLK: 111441018

BLK: 111441019

BLK: 111441020

BLK: 111441021

BLK: 111441107

BLK: 111441108

BLK: 111441109

BLK: 111441110

BLK: 111441111

BLK: 111441112

BLK: 111441113

BLK: 111441114

BLK: 111441115

BLK: 111441116

BLK: 111441117

BLK: 111441118

BLK: 111441119

BLK: 111441120

BLK: 111441121

BLK: 111441122

BLK: 111441123

BLK: 111441124

BLK: 111441125

BLK: 111441126

BLK: 111441127

BLK: 111441128

BLK: 111441129

BLK: 111441130

BLK: 111441131

BLK: 111441132

BLK: 111441133

BLK: 111441134

BLK: 111441135

BLK: 111441136

BLK: 111441998

BLK: 111441999

VTD: 18378 209

VTD: 18379 210 (part)

BLK: 119031002

BLK: 119031003

BLK: 119031004

BLK: 119031005

BLK: 119031006

BLK: 119031007

BLK: 119031008

BLK: 119031009

BLK: 119031010

BLK: 119031011

BLK: 119031012

BLK: 119031013

BLK: 119031014

BLK: 119031015

BLK: 119031016

BLK: 119031017

BLK: 119031020

BLK: 119031021

BLK: 119033019

BLK: 121021000

BLK: 121021001

VTD: 18386 220 (part)

BLK: 111031000

BLK: 111321000

BLK: 111321001

BLK: 111321002

BLK: 111321003

BLK: 111321004

BLK: 111321005

BLK: 111321006

BLK: 111321007

BLK: 111321008

BLK: 111321009

BLK: 111321010

VTD: 18387 221 (part)

BLK: 111031024

BLK: 111031025

BLK: 111031026

BLK: 111031027

BLK: 111031028

BLK: 111031029

BLK: 111031030

BLK: 111031031

BLK: 111031032

BLK: 111243064

BLK: 111243068

BLK: 111243069

BLK: 111243070

BLK: 111243071

BLK: 111243072

BLK: 111243075

BLK: 122013000

BLK: 122013001

BLK: 122013002

BLK: 122013003

BLK: 122013004

BLK: 122013005

BLK: 122013006

BLK: 122013007

BLK: 122013008

BLK: 122013009

BLK: 122013010

BLK: 122013011

BLK: 122013012

BLK: 122013013

BLK: 122013014

BLK: 122013015

BLK: 122013016

BLK: 122013017

BLK: 122013018

BLK: 122013019

BLK: 122013020

BLK: 122013021

BLK: 122013022

BLK: 122013023

BLK: 122013024

BLK: 122013025

BLK: 122013026

BLK: 122013027

BLK: 122013028

BLK: 122013029

BLK: 122013030

BLK: 122013031

BLK: 122013032

BLK: 122013033

BLK: 122013034

BLK: 122013035

BLK: 122013036

BLK: 122013037

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BLK: 122013041

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BLK: 122013044

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BLK: 122013046

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BLK: 122013053

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BLK: 122013056

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BLK: 122013058

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BLK: 122013060

BLK: 122013061

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BLK: 122013063

BLK: 122013064

BLK: 122013065

BLK: 122013066

BLK: 122013067

BLK: 122013068

BLK: 122013069

BLK: 122013070

BLK: 122013071

BLK: 122013072

BLK: 122013073

BLK: 122013074

BLK: 122013075

BLK: 122013076

BLK: 122013077

BLK: 122013078

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BLK: 122013080

BLK: 122013081

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BLK: 122013085

BLK: 122013086

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BLK: 122013088

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BLK: 122013090

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BLK: 122013095

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BLK: 122013097

BLK: 122013098

BLK: 122013099

BLK: 122013100

BLK: 122013101

BLK: 122013102

BLK: 122013103

BLK: 122013104

BLK: 122013105

BLK: 122013106

BLK: 122013107

BLK: 122013108

BLK: 122013109

BLK: 122013110

BLK: 122013111

BLK: 122013112

BLK: 122013113

BLK: 122013114

BLK: 122013115

BLK: 122013116

BLK: 122013117

BLK: 122013118

BLK: 122013119

BLK: 122013120

BLK: 122013121

BLK: 122013122

BLK: 122013123

BLK: 122013124

BLK: 122013125

BLK: 122013126

BLK: 122013127

BLK: 122013128

BLK: 122013129

BLK: 122013130

BLK: 122013131

BLK: 122013132

BLK: 122013133

BLK: 122013134

BLK: 122013135

BLK: 122013144

BLK: 122013145

BLK: 122013146

BLK: 122013147

BLK: 122013148

BLK: 122013149

BLK: 122013150

BLK: 122013151

BLK: 122013152

BLK: 122013153

BLK: 122013154

BLK: 122013155

BLK: 122013156

BLK: 122013157

BLK: 122013997

BLK: 122013998

BLK: 122013999

BLK: 122014000

BLK: 122014007

BLK: 122014008

BLK: 122014992

BLK: 122014993

BLK: 122014998

BLK: 122014999

BLK: 122023000

BLK: 122023001

BLK: 122023002

BLK: 122023003

BLK: 122023004

BLK: 122023005

BLK: 122023006

BLK: 122023007

BLK: 122023008

BLK: 122023009

BLK: 122023043

BLK: 122023044

BLK: 122023045

BLK: 122023054

BLK: 122023055

BLK: 122023056

BLK: 122023057

BLK: 122023058

BLK: 122023059

BLK: 122023060

BLK: 122023061

BLK: 122023062

BLK: 122023063

BLK: 122023064

BLK: 122023065

BLK: 122023066

BLK: 122023067

BLK: 122023068

BLK: 122023069

BLK: 122023070

BLK: 122023071

BLK: 122023072

BLK: 122023073

BLK: 122023074

BLK: 122023075

BLK: 122023076

BLK: 122023077

BLK: 122023078

BLK: 122023079

BLK: 122023080

BLK: 122023081

BLK: 122023082

BLK: 122023083

BLK: 122023084

BLK: 122023085

BLK: 122023086

BLK: 122023087

BLK: 122023088

BLK: 122023089

BLK: 122023090

BLK: 122023091

BLK: 122023092

BLK: 122023093

BLK: 122023094

BLK: 122023095

BLK: 122023096

BLK: 122023097

BLK: 122023098

BLK: 122023099

BLK: 122023105

BLK: 122023106

BLK: 122023107

BLK: 122023108

BLK: 122023109

BLK: 122023110

BLK: 122023111

BLK: 122023112

BLK: 122023113

BLK: 122023114

BLK: 122023115

BLK: 122023998

BLK: 122023999

VTD: 18388 223

VTD: 18389 224

VTD: 18390 225

VTD: 18391 226

VTD: 18392 227

VTD: 18394 229

VTD: 18396 230 (part)

BLK: 111221021

BLK: 111221023

VTD: 18397 231

Warren County

 

128.451.  First congressional district (2010 census) —

The first congressional district shall be composed of the following:

St. Louis City MO County

 

St. Louis MO County (part)

 

VTD: AP001

 

VTD: AP002

 

VTD: AP003

 

VTD: AP004

 

VTD: AP005

 

VTD: AP006

 

VTD: AP007

 

VTD: AP008

 

VTD: AP009

 

VTD: AP010

 

VTD: AP011

 

VTD: AP013

 

VTD: AP014

 

VTD: AP015

 

VTD: AP016

 

VTD: AP018

 

VTD: AP019

 

VTD: AP020

 

VTD: AP021

 

VTD: AP022

 

VTD: AP024

 

VTD: AP025

 

VTD: AP027

 

VTD: AP028

 

VTD: AP029

 

VTD: AP030

 

VTD: AP031

 

VTD: AP033

 

VTD: AP034

 

VTD: AP035

 

VTD: AP036

 

VTD: AP038

 

VTD: AP039

 

VTD: AP040

 

VTD: AP041

 

VTD: AP043

 

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VTD: CC012

 

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VTD: CC057

 

VTD: CC058 (part)

 

Block: 291892156001056

 

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VTD: CC065

 

VTD: CC066

 

VTD: CC067

 

VTD: CC068

 

VTD: CC069

 

VTD: CC201

 

VTD: CC202

 

VTD: CC203

 

VTD: CC205

 

VTD: CC207

 

VTD: CC208

 

VTD: CC224

 

VTD: CC225

 

VTD: CLA001

 

VTD: CLA005

 

VTD: CLA011 (part)

 

Block: 291892158002018

 

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VTD: CLA021

 

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VTD: CLA056

 

VTD: FER001

 

VTD: FER002

 

VTD: FER003

 

VTD: FER004

 

VTD: FER005

 

VTD: FER006

 

VTD: FER007

 

VTD: FER008

 

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VTD: FER017

 

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VTD: FER033

 

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VTD: FER036

 

VTD: FER037

 

VTD: FER038

 

VTD: FER039

 

VTD: FER040

 

VTD: FER041

 

VTD: FER042

 

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VTD: FER048

 

VTD: FER049

 

VTD: FER050

 

VTD: FER051

 

VTD: FER201

 

VTD: FER208

 

VTD: FLO001

 

VTD: FLO002

 

VTD: FLO003

 

VTD: FLO004

 

VTD: FLO005

 

VTD: FLO006

 

VTD: FLO007

 

VTD: FLO008

 

VTD: FLO009

 

VTD: FLO010

 

VTD: FLO011

 

VTD: FLO012

 

VTD: FLO013

 

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VTD: FLO016

 

VTD: FLO017

 

VTD: FLO018

 

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VTD: FLO200

 

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VTD: HAD001

 

VTD: HAD002

 

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VTD: HAD005

 

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VTD: HAD007

 

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VTD: HAD014

 

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VTD: HAD016

 

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VTD: HAD019

 

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VTD: HAD036

 

VTD: HAD037

 

VTD: HAD038

 

VTD: JEF013

 

VTD: JEF014

 

VTD: JEF019

 

VTD: JEF023

 

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VTD: LC001

 

VTD: LC002

 

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VTD: LC200

 

VTD: LC202

 

VTD: LC203

 

VTD: LEM007

 

VTD: LEM009

 

VTD: LEM010

 

VTD: LEM025

 

VTD: LEM026

 

VTD: LEM027

 

VTD: LEM028

 

VTD: LEM200

 

VTD: LEM201

 

VTD: LEM202

 

VTD: MHT014

 

VTD: MHT017

 

VTD: MHT018 (part)

 

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VTD: MHT029 (part)

 

Block: 291892151423009

 

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VTD: MHT032

 

VTD: MHT041

 

VTD: MHT046

 

VTD: MHT201

 

VTD: MHT202

 

VTD: MHT218

 

VTD: MID001

 

VTD: MID002

 

VTD: MID003

 

VTD: MID004

 

VTD: MID005

 

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VTD: MID007

 

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VTD: MID058

 

VTD: MID059

 

VTD: MID061

 

VTD: MID200

 

VTD: MID201

 

VTD: MID202

 

VTD: MID207

 

VTD: MID208

 

VTD: MID209

 

VTD: MID213

 

VTD: MID215

 

VTD: NOR001

 

VTD: NOR002

 

VTD: NOR003

 

VTD: NOR004

 

VTD: NOR005

 

VTD: NOR006

 

VTD: NOR007

 

VTD: NOR008

 

VTD: NOR009

 

VTD: NOR010

 

VTD: NOR011

 

VTD: NOR012

 

VTD: NOR013

 

VTD: NOR014

 

VTD: NOR015

 

VTD: NOR016

 

VTD: NOR017

 

VTD: NOR018

 

VTD: NOR019

 

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VTD: NOR022

 

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VTD: NOR025

 

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VTD: NOR028

 

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VTD: NOR030

 

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VTD: NOR032

 

VTD: NOR033

 

VTD: NOR034

 

VTD: NOR035

 

VTD: NOR036

 

VTD: NOR037

 

VTD: NOR038

 

VTD: NOR039

 

VTD: NOR040

 

VTD: NOR041

 

VTD: NOR042

 

VTD: NOR043

 

VTD: NOR044

 

VTD: NOR045

 

VTD: NOR046

 

VTD: NOR047

 

VTD: NOR048

 

VTD: NOR049

 

VTD: NOR050

 

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VTD: NOR053

 

VTD: NOR054

 

VTD: NOR055

 

VTD: NOR056

 

VTD: NOR201

 

VTD: NOR202

 

VTD: NOR203

 

VTD: NOR205

 

VTD: NOR206

 

VTD: NOR207

 

VTD: NOR208

 

VTD: NOR213

 

VTD: NOR214

 

VTD: NOR215

 

VTD: NOR219

 

VTD: NOR220

 

VTD: NOR222

 

VTD: NRW001

 

VTD: NRW002

 

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VTD: NW200

 

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VTD: NW205

 

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VTD: NW209

 

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VTD: NW231

 

VTD: SF001

 

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VTD: SF039

 

VTD: SF040

 

VTD: SF200

 

VTD: SF204

 

VTD: SF206

 

VTD: SPL001

 

VTD: SPL002

 

VTD: SPL003

 

VTD: SPL004

 

VTD: SPL005

 

VTD: SPL006

 

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VTD: SPL026

 

VTD: SPL027

 

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VTD: SPL029

 

VTD: SPL030

 

VTD: SPL201

 

VTD: SPL202

 

VTD: SPL207

 

VTD: SPL208

 

VTD: UNV001

 

VTD: UNV002

 

VTD: UNV003

 

VTD: UNV004

 

VTD: UNV005

 

VTD: UNV006

 

VTD: UNV007

 

VTD: UNV008

 

VTD: UNV009

 

VTD: UNV010

 

VTD: UNV011

 

VTD: UNV012

 

VTD: UNV013

 

VTD: UNV014

 

VTD: UNV015

 

VTD: UNV016

 

VTD: UNV017

 

VTD: UNV018

 

VTD: UNV019

 

VTD: UNV020

 

VTD: UNV021

 

VTD: UNV022

 

VTD: UNV023

 

VTD: UNV024

 

VTD: UNV025

 

VTD: UNV026

 

VTD: UNV027

 

VTD: UNV028

 

VTD: UNV029

 

VTD: UNV030

 

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VTD: UNV040

 

VTD: UNV041

 

VTD: UNV042

 

VTD: UNV043

 

VTD: UNV044

 

VTD: UNV045

 

VTD: UNV046

 

VTD: UNV047

 

VTD: UNV048

 

VTD: UNV049

 

VTD: UNV200

 

VTD: UNV201

 

VTD: UNV205

 

VTD: UNV206

 

VTD: UNV208

 

 

(L. 2011 H.B. 193)

 

*Effective 6-03-11, see § 21.250.  H.B. 193 was vetoed on April 30, 2011.  The veto was overridden on May 4, 2011.

 

6/3/2011

 

*128.452.  Second congressional district (2010 census) —

The second congressional district shall be composed of the following:

 

Jefferson MO County (part)

 

VTD: Arnold No. 1

 

VTD: Arnold No. 2 (part)

 

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Block: 290997001172017

 

Block: 290997001172018

 

Block: 290997001172019

 

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Block: 290997001172022

 

Block: 290997001172023

 

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Block: 290997001184002

 

Block: 290997001184009

 

Block: 290997001184010

 

Block: 290997001184011

 

VTD: Arnold No. 3

 

VTD: Arnold No. 4

 

VTD: Maxville No. 1 (part)

 

Block: 290997001131014

 

VTD: Maxville No. 2 (part)

 

Block: 290997001132002

 

Block: 290997001132007

 

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Block: 290997001132027

 

Block: 290997001132028

 

Block: 290997001132030

 

Block: 290997001172001

 

Block: 290997001172054

 

VTD: Meramec Heights

 

VTD: Murphy No. 1 (part)

 

Block: 290997002101014

 

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Block: 290997002102016

 

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Block: 290997003033021

 

Block: 290997003033022

 

Block: 290997003033023

 

Block: 290997003041000

 

Block: 290997003041035

 

VTD: Murphy No. 2

 

VTD: Murphy No. 3 (part)

 

Block: 290997002101023

 

Block: 290997002101041

 

Block: 290997002101042

 

Block: 290997002101045

 

Block: 290997002101046

 

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Block: 290997002102019

 

Block: 290997002102020

 

Block: 290997002102021

 

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Block: 290997002112003

 

Block: 290997002112004

 

Block: 290997002112005

 

Block: 290997002112027

 

Block: 290997002112028

 

VTD: Romaine Creek

 

VTD: Saline

 

VTD: Springdale

 

St. Charles MO County (part)

 

VTD: 015-Washington (part)

 

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Block: 291833110042012

 

Block: 291833110042013

 

Block: 291833110042014

 

Block: 291833110042016

 

Block: 291833110042019

 

Block: 291833110042021

 

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Block: 291833110043000

 

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Block: 291833110043027

 

Block: 291833110043033

 

Block: 291833110043034

 

Block: 291833111462000

 

Block: 291833111462001

 

Block: 291833111462002

 

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Block: 291833111462005

 

Block: 291833111462006

 

Block: 291833111462011

 

Block: 291833111462012

 

Block: 291833111462013

 

Block: 291833111462014

 

Block: 291833111462015

 

Block: 291833111462016

 

Block: 291833111462017

 

Block: 291833111462025

 

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Block: 291833111462028

 

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Block: 291833111462082

 

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Block: 291833111462085

 

Block: 291833111462090

 

Block: 291833112112041

 

Block: 291833112112042

 

Block: 291833112112052

 

Block: 291833112112053

 

Block: 291833112112056

 

VTD: 016-Montclair

 

VTD: 024-Wilshire

 

VTD: 036-Sun Lake

 

VTD: 047-Covilli

 

VTD: 062-Adams (part)

 

Block: 291833107001010

 

Block: 291833107001011

 

Block: 291833107001012

 

Block: 291833107001013

 

Block: 291833107001014

 

Block: 291833107001015

 

Block: 291833107001016

 

Block: 291833107001017

 

Block: 291833107001018

 

Block: 291833107002007

 

Block: 291833107002008

 

Block: 291833107002009

 

Block: 291833107002013

 

Block: 291833107002017

 

Block: 291833107002018

 

Block: 291833107002019

 

Block: 291833107002020

 

Block: 291833107002033

 

Block: 291833107002034

 

Block: 291833107002036

 

Block: 291833107002037

 

Block: 291833107002038

 

Block: 291833107002039

 

Block: 291833107002040

 

Block: 291833107002045

 

Block: 291833107002046

 

VTD: 080-Heritage

 

VTD: 083-Woodcliff

 

VTD: 084-Harvester

 

VTD: 085-Sycamore

 

VTD: 086-Arlington

 

VTD: 091-Katy Trail

 

VTD: 100-McClay

 

VTD: 101-Graybridge

 

VTD: 111-Woodstream

 

VTD: 126-Meadow Valley (part)

 

Block: 291833113222000

 

Block: 291833113222001

 

Block: 291833113222002

 

Block: 291833113222003

 

Block: 291833113222004

 

Block: 291833113222015

 

Block: 291833113222018

 

Block: 291833113222019

 

Block: 291833113222020

 

Block: 291833113222023

 

Block: 291833113222060

 

Block: 291833113311004

 

Block: 291833113311005

 

Block: 291833113311006

 

Block: 291833113311007

 

Block: 291833113311008

 

Block: 291833113311009

 

Block: 291833113311010

 

Block: 291833113311011

 

Block: 291833113311012

 

Block: 291833113311017

 

Block: 291833113311020

 

Block: 291833113311021

 

Block: 291833113311022

 

Block: 291833113911000

 

Block: 291833113911001

 

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Block: 291833113911018

 

Block: 291833113912005

 

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Block: 291833113912007

 

Block: 291833113912008

 

Block: 291833113912010

 

Block: 291833113912012

 

Block: 291833113912013

 

Block: 291833113912016

 

VTD: 129-Parkwood

 

VTD: 130-Lakes

 

VTD: 139-Discovery

 

VTD: 140-Laura Hill

 

VTD: 143-All Saints

 

VTD: 144-Fox

 

VTD: 146-St. Jude

 

VTD: 147-Cottleville

 

VTD: 150-Timberwood

 

VTD: 152-Woodglen

 

VTD: 153-Aspen

 

VTD: 154-Wheatfield

 

VTD: 155-Green Forest (part)

 

Block: 291833113121056

 

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Block: 291833113121068

 

Block: 291833113121069

 

Block: 291833113121070

 

Block: 291833113121073

 

VTD: 170-Starbuck

 

VTD: 196-Phoenix

 

VTD: 203-Fieldcrest

 

VTD: 206-Monticello

 

VTD: 207-Carriage Hills

 

VTD: 208-Twin Chimneys

 

VTD: 211-Summerset

 

VTD: 212-Canvas Cove

 

VTD: 215-Coachman

 

VTD: 218-DuVall

 

VTD: 219-Westfield

 

VTD: 220-Pitman

 

VTD: 221-Weldon Spring

 

VTD: 227-Whitmoor

 

VTD: 228-Shoshone

 

VTD: 230-Claybrook

 

VTD: 231-Wolfrum

 

VTD: 234-Windcastle

 

St. Louis MO County (part)

 

VTD: AP012

 

VTD: AP017

 

VTD: AP023

 

VTD: AP026

 

VTD: AP032

 

VTD: AP037

 

VTD: AP042

 

VTD: BON001

 

VTD: BON002

 

VTD: BON003

 

VTD: BON004

 

VTD: BON005

 

VTD: BON006

 

VTD: BON007

 

VTD: BON008

 

VTD: BON009

 

VTD: BON010

 

VTD: BON011

 

VTD: BON012

 

VTD: BON013

 

VTD: BON014

 

VTD: BON015

 

VTD: BON016

 

VTD: BON017

 

VTD: BON018

 

VTD: BON019

 

VTD: BON020

 

VTD: BON021

 

VTD: BON022

 

VTD: BON023

 

VTD: BON024

 

VTD: BON025

 

VTD: BON026

 

VTD: BON027

 

VTD: BON028

 

VTD: BON029

 

VTD: BON030

 

VTD: BON031

 

VTD: BON032

 

VTD: BON033

 

VTD: BON034

 

VTD: BON035

 

VTD: BON036

 

VTD: BON037

 

VTD: BON038

 

VTD: BON039

 

VTD: BON040

 

VTD: BON041

 

VTD: BON042

 

VTD: BON043

 

VTD: BON044

 

VTD: BON045

 

VTD: BON046

 

VTD: BON047

 

VTD: BON048

 

VTD: BON202

 

VTD: BON203

 

VTD: BON206

 

VTD: BON207

 

VTD: BON210

 

VTD: BON211

 

VTD: CC001

 

VTD: CC002

 

VTD: CC003

 

VTD: CC004

 

VTD: CC005

 

VTD: CC006

 

VTD: CC007

 

VTD: CC008

 

VTD: CC009

 

VTD: CC010

 

VTD: CC011

 

VTD: CC014

 

VTD: CC016

 

VTD: CC018

 

VTD: CC023

 

VTD: CC024

 

VTD: CC031

 

VTD: CC032

 

VTD: CC033

 

VTD: CC035

 

VTD: CC036

 

VTD: CC037

 

VTD: CC041

 

VTD: CC042

 

VTD: CC044

 

VTD: CC045

 

VTD: CC047

 

VTD: CC049

 

VTD: CC050

 

VTD: CC051

 

VTD: CC052

 

VTD: CC053

 

VTD: CC054

 

VTD: CC055

 

VTD: CC056

 

VTD: CC058 (part)

 

Block: 291892150051010

 

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Block: 291892150051014

 

Block: 291892150052017

 

Block: 291892150052018

 

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Block: 291892150054012

 

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Block: 291892155001016

 

Block: 291892155001017

 

Block: 291892156001048

 

Block: 291892156001049

 

Block: 291892156001054

 

VTD: CC059

 

VTD: CC206

 

VTD: CC214

 

VTD: CC216

 

VTD: CC221

 

VTD: CC227

 

VTD: CHE001

 

VTD: CHE002

 

VTD: CHE003

 

VTD: CHE004

 

VTD: CHE005

 

VTD: CHE006

 

VTD: CHE007

 

VTD: CHE008

 

VTD: CHE009

 

VTD: CHE010

 

VTD: CHE011

 

VTD: CHE012

 

VTD: CHE013

 

VTD: CHE014

 

VTD: CHE015

 

VTD: CHE016

 

VTD: CHE017

 

VTD: CHE018

 

VTD: CHE019

 

VTD: CHE020

 

VTD: CHE021

 

VTD: CHE022

 

VTD: CHE023

 

VTD: CHE024

 

VTD: CHE025

 

VTD: CHE026

 

VTD: CHE027

 

VTD: CHE028

 

VTD: CHE029

 

VTD: CHE030

 

VTD: CHE031

 

VTD: CHE032

 

VTD: CHE033

 

VTD: CHE035

 

VTD: CHE036

 

VTD: CHE037

 

VTD: CHE038

 

VTD: CHE039

 

VTD: CHE040

 

VTD: CHE041

 

VTD: CHE042

 

VTD: CHE043

 

VTD: CHE044

 

VTD: CHE045

 

VTD: CHE046

 

VTD: CHE047

 

VTD: CHE048

 

VTD: CHE049

 

VTD: CHE050

 

VTD: CHE051

 

VTD: CHE052

 

VTD: CHE053

 

VTD: CHE054

 

VTD: CHE055

 

VTD: CHE056

 

VTD: CHE200

 

VTD: CHE203

 

VTD: CHE204

 

VTD: CHE209

 

VTD: CHE212

 

VTD: CHE214

 

VTD: CHE215

 

VTD: CLA002

 

VTD: CLA003

 

VTD: CLA004

 

VTD: CLA006

 

VTD: CLA007

 

VTD: CLA008

 

VTD: CLA009

 

VTD: CLA010

 

VTD: CLA011 (part)

 

Block: 291892165001000

 

Block: 291892165001001

 

Block: 291892165001002

 

Block: 291892165001003

 

Block: 291892165001004

 

Block: 291892165001005

 

Block: 291892165001006

 

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Block: 291892165001008

 

Block: 291892165001009

 

Block: 291892165001010

 

Block: 291892165001011

 

Block: 291892165001012

 

Block: 291892165001013

 

Block: 291892165001014

 

Block: 291892165001015

 

Block: 291892165001016

 

Block: 291892165001017

 

Block: 291892165001018

 

Block: 291892165001019

 

Block: 291892165002003

 

Block: 291892165002004

 

Block: 291892165002016

 

Block: 291892165002017

 

Block: 291892165002018

 

VTD: CLA012

 

VTD: CLA013

 

VTD: CLA014

 

VTD: CLA015

 

VTD: CLA016

 

VTD: CLA017

 

VTD: CLA018

 

VTD: CLA019

 

VTD: CLA020

 

VTD: CLA024

 

VTD: CLA025

 

VTD: CLA026

 

VTD: CLA027

 

VTD: CLA028

 

VTD: CLA029

 

VTD: CLA030

 

VTD: CLA031

 

VTD: CLA032

 

VTD: CLA033

 

VTD: CLA034

 

VTD: CLA035

 

VTD: CLA036

 

VTD: CLA037

 

VTD: CLA038

 

VTD: CLA039

 

VTD: CLA040

 

VTD: CLA041

 

VTD: CLA042

 

VTD: CLA043

 

VTD: CLA044

 

VTD: CLA045

 

VTD: CLA046

 

VTD: CLA047

 

VTD: CLA048

 

VTD: CLA049

 

VTD: CLA050

 

VTD: CLA051

 

VTD: CLA053

 

VTD: CLA055

 

VTD: CLA057

 

VTD: CLA058

 

VTD: CLA059

 

VTD: CLA200

 

VTD: CLA204

 

VTD: CLA206

 

VTD: CLA207

 

VTD: CLA208

 

VTD: CLA209

 

VTD: CLA212

 

VTD: CLA213

 

VTD: CLA214

 

VTD: CON001

 

VTD: CON002

 

VTD: CON003

 

VTD: CON004

 

VTD: CON005

 

VTD: CON006

 

VTD: CON007

 

VTD: CON008

 

VTD: CON009

 

VTD: CON010

 

VTD: CON011

 

VTD: CON012

 

VTD: CON013

 

VTD: CON014

 

VTD: CON015

 

VTD: CON016

 

VTD: CON017

 

VTD: CON018

 

VTD: CON019

 

VTD: CON020

 

VTD: CON021

 

VTD: CON022

 

VTD: CON023

 

VTD: CON024

 

VTD: CON025

 

VTD: CON026

 

VTD: CON027

 

VTD: CON028

 

VTD: CON029

 

VTD: CON030

 

VTD: CON031

 

VTD: CON032

 

VTD: CON033

 

VTD: CON034

 

VTD: CON035

 

VTD: CON036

 

VTD: CON037

 

VTD: CON038

 

VTD: CON039

 

VTD: CON040

 

VTD: CON041

 

VTD: CON042

 

VTD: CON043

 

VTD: CON044

 

VTD: CON045

 

VTD: CON046

 

VTD: CON047

 

VTD: CON048

 

VTD: CON049

 

VTD: CON050

 

VTD: CON051

 

VTD: CON052

 

VTD: CON200

 

VTD: CON201

 

VTD: CON203

 

VTD: CON204

 

VTD: CON205

 

VTD: GRA001

 

VTD: GRA002

 

VTD: GRA003

 

VTD: GRA004

 

VTD: GRA005

 

VTD: GRA006

 

VTD: GRA007

 

VTD: GRA008

 

VTD: GRA009

 

VTD: GRA010

 

VTD: GRA011

 

VTD: GRA012

 

VTD: GRA013

 

VTD: GRA014

 

VTD: GRA015

 

VTD: GRA016

 

VTD: GRA017

 

VTD: GRA018

 

VTD: GRA019

 

VTD: GRA020

 

VTD: GRA021

 

VTD: GRA022

 

VTD: GRA023

 

VTD: GRA024

 

VTD: GRA025

 

VTD: GRA026

 

VTD: GRA028

 

VTD: GRA029

 

VTD: GRA030

 

VTD: GRA031

 

VTD: GRA032

 

VTD: GRA033

 

VTD: GRA034

 

VTD: GRA035

 

VTD: GRA036

 

VTD: GRA037

 

VTD: GRA038

 

VTD: GRA039

 

VTD: GRA040

 

VTD: GRA041

 

VTD: GRA042

 

VTD: GRA043

 

VTD: GRA044

 

VTD: GRA045

 

VTD: GRA046

 

VTD: GRA047

 

VTD: GRA048

 

VTD: GRA049

 

VTD: GRA050

 

VTD: GRA051

 

VTD: GRA052

 

VTD: GRA053

 

VTD: GRA054

 

VTD: GRA055

 

VTD: GRA056

 

VTD: GRA202

 

VTD: GRA203

 

VTD: GRA204

 

VTD: GRA205

 

VTD: GRA206

 

VTD: GRA209

 

VTD: GRA210

 

VTD: JEF001

 

VTD: JEF002

 

VTD: JEF003

 

VTD: JEF004

 

VTD: JEF005

 

VTD: JEF006

 

VTD: JEF007

 

VTD: JEF008

 

VTD: JEF009

 

VTD: JEF010

 

VTD: JEF011

 

VTD: JEF012

 

VTD: JEF015

 

VTD: JEF016

 

VTD: JEF017

 

VTD: JEF018

 

VTD: JEF020

 

VTD: JEF021

 

VTD: JEF022

 

VTD: JEF024

 

VTD: JEF025

 

VTD: JEF026

 

VTD: JEF027

 

VTD: JEF028

 

VTD: JEF029

 

VTD: JEF030

 

VTD: JEF031

 

VTD: JEF032

 

VTD: JEF033

 

VTD: JEF034

 

VTD: JEF035

 

VTD: JEF036

 

VTD: JEF037

 

VTD: JEF038

 

VTD: JEF039

 

VTD: JEF040

 

VTD: JEF041

 

VTD: JEF042

 

VTD: JEF043

 

VTD: JEF044

 

VTD: JEF045

 

VTD: JEF046

 

VTD: JEF049

 

VTD: JEF050

 

VTD: JEF200

 

VTD: JEF201

 

VTD: LAF001

 

VTD: LAF002

 

VTD: LAF003

 

VTD: LAF004

 

VTD: LAF005

 

VTD: LAF006

 

VTD: LAF007

 

VTD: LAF008

 

VTD: LAF009

 

VTD: LAF010

 

VTD: LAF011

 

VTD: LAF012

 

VTD: LAF013

 

VTD: LAF014

 

VTD: LAF015

 

VTD: LAF016

 

VTD: LAF017

 

VTD: LAF018

 

VTD: LAF019

 

VTD: LAF020

 

VTD: LAF021

 

VTD: LAF022

 

VTD: LAF023

 

VTD: LAF024

 

VTD: LAF025

 

VTD: LAF026

 

VTD: LAF027

 

VTD: LAF028

 

VTD: LAF029

 

VTD: LAF030

 

VTD: LAF031

 

VTD: LAF032

 

VTD: LAF033

 

VTD: LAF034

 

VTD: LAF035

 

VTD: LAF036

 

VTD: LAF037

 

VTD: LAF038

 

VTD: LAF039

 

VTD: LAF040

 

VTD: LAF041

 

VTD: LAF042

 

VTD: LAF043

 

VTD: LAF044

 

VTD: LAF201

 

VTD: LAF205

 

VTD: LAF207

 

VTD: LEM001

 

VTD: LEM002

 

VTD: LEM003

 

VTD: LEM004

 

VTD: LEM005

 

VTD: LEM006

 

VTD: LEM008

 

VTD: LEM011

 

VTD: LEM012

 

VTD: LEM013

 

VTD: LEM014

 

VTD: LEM015

 

VTD: LEM016

 

VTD: LEM017

 

VTD: LEM018

 

VTD: LEM019

 

VTD: LEM020

 

VTD: LEM021

 

VTD: LEM022

 

VTD: LEM023

 

VTD: LEM024

 

VTD: LEM029

 

VTD: LEM030

 

VTD: LEM031

 

VTD: LEM032

 

VTD: LEM033

 

VTD: LEM034

 

VTD: LEM035

 

VTD: LEM036

 

VTD: LEM037

 

VTD: LEM038

 

VTD: LEM039

 

VTD: LEM040

 

VTD: LEM041

 

VTD: LEM042

 

VTD: LEM043

 

VTD: LEM044

 

VTD: LEM045

 

VTD: LEM046

 

VTD: LEM203

 

VTD: LEM204

 

VTD: LEM205

 

VTD: LEM206

 

VTD: LEM207

 

VTD: MER001

 

VTD: MER002

 

VTD: MER003

 

VTD: MER004

 

VTD: MER005

 

VTD: MER006

 

VTD: MER007

 

VTD: MER008

 

VTD: MER009

 

VTD: MER010

 

VTD: MER011

 

VTD: MER012

 

VTD: MER013

 

VTD: MER014

 

VTD: MER015

 

VTD: MER016

 

VTD: MER017

 

VTD: MER018

 

VTD: MER019

 

VTD: MER020

 

VTD: MER021

 

VTD: MER022

 

VTD: MER023

 

VTD: MER024

 

VTD: MER025

 

VTD: MER026

 

VTD: MER027

 

VTD: MER028

 

VTD: MER029

 

VTD: MER030

 

VTD: MER031

 

VTD: MER032

 

VTD: MER033

 

VTD: MER034

 

VTD: MER035

 

VTD: MER036

 

VTD: MER037

 

VTD: MER038

 

VTD: MER039

 

VTD: MER040

 

VTD: MER041

 

VTD: MER042

 

VTD: MER043

 

VTD: MER044

 

VTD: MER045

 

VTD: MER046

 

VTD: MER047

 

VTD: MER048

 

VTD: MER049

 

VTD: MER050

 

VTD: MER051

 

VTD: MER052

 

VTD: MER053

 

VTD: MER203

 

VTD: MER207

 

VTD: MER209

 

VTD: MER210

 

VTD: MER211

 

VTD: MER212

 

VTD: MER214

 

VTD: MER218

 

VTD: MER219

 

VTD: MHT001

 

VTD: MHT002

 

VTD: MHT003

 

VTD: MHT004

 

VTD: MHT005

 

VTD: MHT006

 

VTD: MHT007

 

VTD: MHT008

 

VTD: MHT009

 

VTD: MHT010

 

VTD: MHT011

 

VTD: MHT012

 

VTD: MHT013

 

VTD: MHT015

 

VTD: MHT016

 

VTD: MHT018 (part)

 

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Block: 291892132022016

 

Block: 291892132022017

 

Block: 291892132022018

 

VTD: MHT019

 

VTD: MHT020

 

VTD: MHT021

 

VTD: MHT022

 

VTD: MHT023

 

VTD: MHT024

 

VTD: MHT025

 

VTD: MHT026

 

VTD: MHT027

 

VTD: MHT028

 

VTD: MHT029 (part)

 

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Block: 291892151423014

 

Block: 291892151423016

 

VTD: MHT030

 

VTD: MHT031

 

VTD: MHT033

 

VTD: MHT034

 

VTD: MHT035

 

VTD: MHT036

 

VTD: MHT037

 

VTD: MHT038

 

VTD: MHT039

 

VTD: MHT040

 

VTD: MHT042

 

VTD: MHT043

 

VTD: MHT044

 

VTD: MHT045

 

VTD: MHT047

 

VTD: MHT048

 

VTD: MHT049

 

VTD: MHT200

 

VTD: MHT203

 

VTD: MHT209

 

VTD: MHT211

 

VTD: MHT212

 

VTD: MHT213

 

VTD: MHT214

 

VTD: MHT216

 

VTD: MHT219

 

VTD: MID035

 

VTD: MID050

 

VTD: MID060

 

VTD: MR001

 

VTD: MR002

 

VTD: MR003

 

VTD: MR004

 

VTD: MR005

 

VTD: MR006

 

VTD: MR007

 

VTD: MR008

 

VTD: MR009

 

VTD: MR010

 

VTD: MR011

 

VTD: MR012

 

VTD: MR013

 

VTD: MR014

 

VTD: MR015

 

VTD: MR016

 

VTD: MR017

 

VTD: MR018

 

VTD: MR019

 

VTD: MR020

 

VTD: MR021

 

VTD: MR022

 

VTD: MR023

 

VTD: MR024

 

VTD: MR025

 

VTD: MR026

 

VTD: MR027

 

VTD: MR028

 

VTD: MR029

 

VTD: MR030

 

VTD: MR031

 

VTD: MR032

 

VTD: MR033

 

VTD: MR034

 

VTD: MR035

 

VTD: MR036

 

VTD: MR037

 

VTD: MR038

 

VTD: MR039

 

VTD: MR040

 

VTD: MR041

 

VTD: MR042

 

VTD: MR043

 

VTD: MR044

 

VTD: MR045

 

VTD: MR046

 

VTD: MR047

 

VTD: MR048

 

VTD: MR049

 

VTD: MR050

 

VTD: MR051

 

VTD: MR052

 

VTD: MR053

 

VTD: MR054

 

VTD: MR055

 

VTD: MR056

 

VTD: MR057

 

VTD: MR058

 

VTD: MR059

 

VTD: MR060

 

VTD: MR061

 

VTD: MR062

 

VTD: MR063

 

VTD: MR064

 

VTD: MR065

 

VTD: MR066

 

VTD: MR067

 

VTD: MR068

 

VTD: MR069

 

VTD: MR070

 

VTD: MR071

 

VTD: MR072

 

VTD: MR073

 

VTD: MR074

 

VTD: MR075

 

VTD: MR076

 

VTD: MR077

 

VTD: MR078

 

VTD: MR079

 

VTD: MR080

 

VTD: MR200

 

VTD: MR202

 

VTD: MR203

 

VTD: MR206

 

VTD: MR209

 

VTD: NW001

 

VTD: NW003

 

VTD: NW011

 

VTD: NW012

 

VTD: NW013

 

VTD: NW014

 

VTD: NW019

 

VTD: NW020

 

VTD: NW021

 

VTD: NW026

 

VTD: NW031

 

VTD: NW032

 

VTD: NW033

 

VTD: NW035

 

VTD: NW037

 

VTD: NW038

 

VTD: NW043

 

VTD: NW049

 

VTD: NW051

 

VTD: NW203

 

VTD: NW204

 

VTD: NW206

 

VTD: NW210

 

VTD: NW220

 

VTD: OAK001

 

VTD: OAK002

 

VTD: OAK003

 

VTD: OAK004

 

VTD: OAK005

 

VTD: OAK006

 

VTD: OAK007

 

VTD: OAK008

 

VTD: OAK009

 

VTD: OAK010

 

VTD: OAK011

 

VTD: OAK012

 

VTD: OAK013

 

VTD: OAK014

 

VTD: OAK015

 

VTD: OAK016

 

VTD: OAK017

 

VTD: OAK018

 

VTD: OAK019

 

VTD: OAK020

 

VTD: OAK021

 

VTD: OAK022

 

VTD: OAK023

 

VTD: OAK024

 

VTD: OAK025

 

VTD: OAK026

 

VTD: OAK027

 

VTD: OAK028

 

VTD: OAK029

 

VTD: OAK030

 

VTD: OAK031

 

VTD: OAK032

 

VTD: OAK033

 

VTD: OAK034

 

VTD: OAK035

 

VTD: OAK036

 

VTD: OAK037

 

VTD: QUE001

 

VTD: QUE002

 

VTD: QUE003

 

VTD: QUE004

 

VTD: QUE005

 

VTD: QUE006

 

VTD: QUE007

 

VTD: QUE008

 

VTD: QUE009

 

VTD: QUE010

 

VTD: QUE011

 

VTD: QUE012

 

VTD: QUE013

 

VTD: QUE014

 

VTD: QUE015

 

VTD: QUE016

 

VTD: QUE017

 

VTD: QUE018

 

VTD: QUE019

 

VTD: QUE020

 

VTD: QUE021

 

VTD: QUE022

 

VTD: QUE023

 

VTD: QUE024

 

VTD: QUE025

 

VTD: QUE026

 

VTD: QUE027

 

VTD: QUE028

 

VTD: QUE029

 

VTD: QUE030

 

VTD: QUE031

 

VTD: QUE032

 

VTD: QUE033

 

VTD: QUE034

 

VTD: QUE035

 

VTD: QUE036

 

VTD: QUE037

 

VTD: QUE038

 

VTD: QUE039

 

VTD: QUE040

 

VTD: QUE041

 

VTD: QUE042

 

VTD: QUE043

 

VTD: QUE044

 

VTD: QUE045

 

VTD: QUE046

 

VTD: QUE047

 

VTD: QUE048

 

VTD: QUE049

 

VTD: QUE050

 

VTD: QUE051

 

VTD: QUE201

 

VTD: QUE202

 

VTD: QUE204

 

VTD: QUE209

 

VTD: QUE210

 

VTD: QUE211

 

VTD: QUE212

 

VTD: QUE215

 

VTD: QUE216

 

VTD: QUE217

 

VTD: TSF001

 

VTD: TSF002

 

VTD: TSF003

 

VTD: TSF004

 

VTD: TSF005

 

VTD: TSF006

 

VTD: TSF007

 

VTD: TSF008

 

VTD: TSF009

 

VTD: TSF010

 

VTD: TSF011

 

VTD: TSF012

 

VTD: TSF013

 

VTD: TSF014

 

VTD: TSF015

 

VTD: TSF016

 

VTD: TSF017

 

VTD: TSF018

 

VTD: TSF019

 

VTD: TSF020

 

VTD: TSF021

 

VTD: TSF022

 

VTD: TSF023

 

VTD: TSF024

 

VTD: TSF025

 

VTD: TSF026

 

VTD: TSF027

 

VTD: TSF028

 

VTD: TSF029

 

VTD: TSF030

 

VTD: TSF031

 

VTD: TSF032

 

VTD: TSF207

 

VTD: TSF208

 

VTD: WH001

 

VTD: WH002

 

VTD: WH003

 

VTD: WH004

 

VTD: WH005

 

VTD: WH006

 

VTD: WH007

 

VTD: WH008

 

VTD: WH009

 

VTD: WH010

 

VTD: WH011

 

VTD: WH012

 

VTD: WH013

 

VTD: WH014

 

VTD: WH015

 

VTD: WH016

 

VTD: WH017

 

VTD: WH018

 

VTD: WH019

 

VTD: WH020

 

VTD: WH021

 

VTD: WH022

 

VTD: WH023

 

VTD: WH024

 

VTD: WH025

 

VTD: WH026

 

VTD: WH027

 

VTD: WH028

 

VTD: WH029

 

VTD: WH030

 

VTD: WH031

 

VTD: WH032

 

VTD: WH033

 

VTD: WH034

 

VTD: WH035

 

VTD: WH036

 

VTD: WH037

 

VTD: WH038

 

VTD: WH039

 

VTD: WH040

 

VTD: WH041

 

VTD: WH042

 

VTD: WH043

 

VTD: WH044

 

VTD: WH045

 

VTD: WH046

 

VTD: WH047

 

VTD: WH048

 

VTD: WH049

 

VTD: WH050

 

VTD: WH051

 

VTD: WH205

 

VTD: WH208

 

VTD: WH209

 

VTD: WH212

 

 

(L. 2011 H.B. 193)

 

*Effective 6-03-11, see § 21.250.  H.B. 193 was vetoed on April 30, 2011.  The veto was overridden on May 4, 2011.

 

6/3/2011

 

*128.453.  Third congressional district (2010 census) —

The third congressional district shall be composed of the following:

 

Callaway MO County

 

Camden MO County (part)

 

VTD: Camdenton 1 (part)

 

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Block: 290299506002180

 

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Block: 290299509001016

 

Block: 290299509001017

 

Block: 290299509001021

 

Block: 290299509001022

 

Block: 290299509001118

 

VTD: Camdenton 2

 

VTD: Camdenton 3 (part)

 

Block: 290299504001004

 

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Block: 290299505001000

 

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VTD: Freedom

 

VTD: Horseshoe Bend

 

VTD: Linn Creek

 

VTD: Osage Beach 1

 

VTD: Osage Beach 2

 

VTD: Osage Beach 3

 

VTD: Sunrise Beach 1

 

VTD: Sunrise Beach 2 (part)

 

Block: 290299511002044

 

Block: 290299512002032

 

Block: 290299512002033

 

Block: 290299512002042

 

Block: 290299512002103

 

Block: 290299512002114

 

Block: 290299512002115

 

Block: 290299512002116

 

Block: 290299512002159

 

Block: 290299512002171

 

Block: 290299512002174

 

VTD: Sunrise Beach 3 (part)

 

Block: 290299511001159

 

Block: 290299511002009

 

Block: 290299511002010

 

Block: 290299511002011

 

Block: 290299511002012

 

Block: 290299511002013

 

Block: 290299511002014

 

Block: 290299511002015

 

Block: 290299511002016

 

Block: 290299511002017

 

Block: 290299511002018

 

Block: 290299511002022

 

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Block: 290299511002220

 

Block: 290299511002221

 

Block: 290299511002222

 

Block: 290299512002012

 

Block: 290299512002013

 

Block: 290299512002014

 

Block: 290299512002015

 

Block: 290299512002016

 

Block: 290299512002017

 

Block: 290299512002018

 

Block: 290299512002019

 

Block: 290299512002020

 

Block: 290299512002021

 

Block: 290299512002022

 

Block: 290299512002034

 

Block: 290299512002035

 

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Block: 290299512002037

 

Block: 290299512002038

 

Block: 290299512002039

 

Block: 290299512002040

 

Block: 290299512002041

 

Block: 290299512002043

 

Block: 290299512002044

 

Block: 290299512002045

 

Block: 290299512002046

 

Block: 290299512002047

 

Block: 290299512002048

 

Block: 290299512002062

 

Block: 290299512002063

 

Block: 290299512002064

 

Block: 290299512002065

 

Block: 290299512002066

 

Block: 290299512002067

 

Block: 290299512002068

 

Block: 290299512002069

 

Block: 290299512002093

 

Block: 290299512002094

 

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Block: 290299512002097

 

Block: 290299512002125

 

Block: 290299512002126

 

Block: 290299512002127

 

Block: 290299512002128

 

Block: 290299512002129

 

Block: 290299512002134

 

Block: 290299512002136

 

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Block: 290299512002139

 

Block: 290299512002140

 

Block: 290299512002160

 

Block: 290299512002161

 

Block: 290299512002170

 

Block: 290299512002175

 

Block: 290299512002179

 

Block: 290299512002180

 

Cole MO County

 

Franklin MO County

 

Gasconade MO County

 

Jefferson MO County (part)

 

VTD: Antonia No. 1

 

VTD: Antonia No. 2

 

VTD: Arnold No. 2 (part)

 

Block: 290997001103017

 

Block: 290997001103022

 

Block: 290997001103023

 

Block: 290997001152032

 

Block: 290997001172037

 

VTD: Barnhart No. 1

 

VTD: Barnhart No. 2

 

VTD: Byrnes Mill Ward 1

 

VTD: Byrnes Mill Ward 2

 

VTD: Byrnes Mill Ward 3

 

VTD: Byrnesville

 

VTD: Cedar Hill No. 1 (part)

 

Block: 290997004011013

 

Block: 290997004011015

 

Block: 290997004011016

 

Block: 290997004011017

 

Block: 290997004011018

 

Block: 290997004011019

 

Block: 290997004011020

 

Block: 290997004011021

 

Block: 290997004011022

 

Block: 290997004011023

 

Block: 290997004011040

 

Block: 290997004011043

 

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Block: 290997004011065

 

Block: 290997004011066

 

Block: 290997004011068

 

Block: 290997004011072

 

Block: 290997004012023

 

Block: 290997004012024

 

Block: 290997004012025

 

Block: 290997004012026

 

Block: 290997004012033

 

Block: 290997004012034

 

Block: 290997004012035

 

Block: 290997004012036

 

Block: 290997004012037

 

Block: 290997004012038

 

Block: 290997004012039

 

Block: 290997004012040

 

Block: 290997004012041

 

Block: 290997005021037

 

Block: 290997005042028

 

Block: 290997005042031

 

Block: 290997005042032

 

Block: 290997005042033

 

Block: 290997005042034

 

Block: 290997005042036

 

Block: 290997005042037

 

Block: 290997005042038

 

Block: 290997005042039

 

Block: 290997005042041

 

Block: 290997005042042

 

Block: 290997005042043

 

Block: 290997005042045

 

Block: 290997011021000

 

Block: 290997011021001

 

Block: 290997011021002

 

Block: 290997011021003

 

Block: 290997011021004

 

Block: 290997011021005

 

Block: 290997011021006

 

Block: 290997011021007

 

Block: 290997011021008

 

Block: 290997011021009

 

Block: 290997011021010

 

Block: 290997011021012

 

Block: 290997011021017

 

Block: 290997011021018

 

Block: 290997011021069

 

VTD: Cedar Hill No. 2

 

VTD: Crystal City (part)

 

Block: 290997007001002

 

Block: 290997007001003

 

Block: 290997007001004

 

Block: 290997007001005

 

Block: 290997007001006

 

Block: 290997007001007

 

Block: 290997007001008

 

Block: 290997007001009

 

Block: 290997007001010

 

Block: 290997007001011

 

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Block: 290997007001014

 

Block: 290997007001015

 

Block: 290997007001016

 

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Block: 290997007001023

 

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Block: 290997007001027

 

Block: 290997007001028

 

Block: 290997007001029

 

Block: 290997007001030

 

Block: 290997007001031

 

Block: 290997007001032

 

Block: 290997007001033

 

Block: 290997007001034

 

Block: 290997007001035

 

Block: 290997007001036

 

Block: 290997007002016

 

Block: 290997007002019

 

Block: 290997007002020

 

Block: 290997007002021

 

Block: 290997007002027

 

Block: 290997007002029

 

Block: 290997007002030

 

Block: 290997007002033

 

Block: 290997007002034

 

Block: 290997007002035

 

Block: 290997007002036

 

Block: 290997007002037

 

Block: 290997007002038

 

Block: 290997007002039

 

Block: 290997007002040

 

Block: 290997007002041

 

Block: 290997007002042

 

Block: 290997007002043

 

Block: 290997007002044

 

Block: 290997007002045

 

Block: 290997007002046

 

Block: 290997007002047

 

Block: 290997007003000

 

Block: 290997007003001

 

Block: 290997007003002

 

Block: 290997007003003

 

Block: 290997007003004

 

Block: 290997007003005

 

Block: 290997007003006

 

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Block: 290997007003008

 

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Block: 290997007003019

 

Block: 290997007003020

 

Block: 290997007003021

 

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Block: 290997007003023

 

Block: 290997007004000

 

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Block: 290997007004011

 

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Block: 290997007004018

 

Block: 290997007004019

 

Block: 290997007004020

 

Block: 290997007004021

 

Block: 290997007004022

 

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Block: 290997007004028

 

Block: 290997007004029

 

Block: 290997007004030

 

Block: 290997007004031

 

Block: 290997007004032

 

Block: 290997007004033

 

Block: 290997007004034

 

Block: 290997007004035

 

Block: 290997007004036

 

Block: 290997007004037

 

Block: 290997007004038

 

Block: 290997007004039

 

Block: 290997007004040

 

Block: 290997007004041

 

Block: 290997007004042

 

Block: 290997007004043

 

Block: 290997007004044

 

Block: 290997007004045

 

Block: 290997007004046

 

Block: 290997007004047

 

Block: 290997007004048

 

Block: 290997007004049

 

Block: 290997007004050

 

Block: 290997007004051

 

Block: 290997007004052

 

Block: 290997007004053

 

Block: 290997007005000

 

Block: 290997007005001

 

Block: 290997007005002

 

Block: 290997007005003

 

Block: 290997007005004

 

Block: 290997007005005

 

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Block: 290997007005008

 

Block: 290997007005024

 

Block: 290997007005043

 

Block: 290997007005044

 

Block: 290997007005045

 

Block: 290997008013000

 

Block: 290997008013001

 

Block: 290997008013002

 

Block: 290997008013003

 

Block: 290997008013029

 

Block: 290997008014000

 

Block: 290997008014002

 

Block: 290997008014003

 

Block: 290997008014016

 

Block: 290997008014018

 

Block: 290997008014019

 

Block: 290997008014038

 

Block: 290997008014039

 

Block: 290997008014040

 

Block: 290997008014041

 

Block: 290997008014042

 

Block: 290997008022020

 

Block: 290997008022046

 

Block: 290997008022047

 

Block: 290997008022054

 

VTD: Festus (part)

 

Block: 290997006053054

 

Block: 290997006053055

 

Block: 290997006053056

 

Block: 290997006053057

 

Block: 290997006053058

 

Block: 290997006053059

 

Block: 290997006053060

 

Block: 290997006053061

 

Block: 290997006053062

 

Block: 290997006053063

 

Block: 290997008011001

 

Block: 290997008011002

 

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Block: 290997008011004

 

Block: 290997008011005

 

Block: 290997008011006

 

Block: 290997008011007

 

Block: 290997008011008

 

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Block: 290997008011010

 

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Block: 290997008012007

 

Block: 290997008012008

 

Block: 290997008012016

 

Block: 290997008012017

 

Block: 290997008012018

 

Block: 290997008012019

 

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Block: 290997008015046

 

Block: 290997008015047

 

Block: 290997008015048

 

Block: 290997008015049

 

Block: 290997008015050

 

Block: 290997008021098

 

Block: 290997008021099

 

Block: 290997008021100

 

Block: 290997008021101

 

Block: 290997008021109

 

Block: 290997008021110

 

Block: 290997008021111

 

Block: 290997008021112

 

Block: 290997008021113

 

Block: 290997008022019

 

Block: 290997008022021

 

Block: 290997008022022

 

Block: 290997008022023

 

Block: 290997008022024

 

Block: 290997008022025

 

Block: 290997008022026

 

Block: 290997008022027

 

Block: 290997008022028

 

Block: 290997008022029

 

Block: 290997008022030

 

Block: 290997008022031

 

Block: 290997008022032

 

Block: 290997008022033

 

Block: 290997008022034

 

Block: 290997008022035

 

Block: 290997008022036

 

Block: 290997008022037

 

Block: 290997008022038

 

Block: 290997008022039

 

Block: 290997008022040

 

Block: 290997008022041

 

Block: 290997008022042

 

Block: 290997008022043

 

Block: 290997008022044

 

Block: 290997008022045

 

Block: 290997008022048

 

Block: 290997008022049

 

Block: 290997008022050

 

Block: 290997008022051

 

Block: 290997008022052

 

Block: 290997008022053

 

Block: 290997008022055

 

Block: 290997008022056

 

Block: 290997008022057

 

Block: 290997009001000

 

Block: 290997009001001

 

Block: 290997009001002

 

Block: 290997009001005

 

Block: 290997009001006

 

Block: 290997009001008

 

Block: 290997009001009

 

Block: 290997009001010

 

Block: 290997009001011

 

Block: 290997009001012

 

Block: 290997009001013

 

Block: 290997009001014

 

Block: 290997009001017

 

Block: 290997009001018

 

Block: 290997009001019

 

Block: 290997009001020

 

Block: 290997009001021

 

Block: 290997009001022

 

Block: 290997009001023

 

Block: 290997009001029

 

Block: 290997009001030

 

Block: 290997009001031

 

Block: 290997009002003

 

Block: 290997009002004

 

Block: 290997009002005

 

Block: 290997009002006

 

Block: 290997009002007

 

Block: 290997009002008

 

Block: 290997009002009

 

Block: 290997009002010

 

Block: 290997009002011

 

Block: 290997009002012

 

Block: 290997009002013

 

Block: 290997009002016

 

Block: 290997009002017

 

Block: 290997009002025

 

Block: 290997009002026

 

Block: 290997009003050

 

Block: 290997010001000

 

Block: 290997010001001

 

Block: 290997010001049

 

VTD: Festus Outside (part)

 

Block: 290997008011000

 

Block: 290997008012001

 

Block: 290997008012002

 

Block: 290997008012003

 

Block: 290997008012004

 

Block: 290997008012009

 

Block: 290997008012010

 

Block: 290997008012011

 

Block: 290997008012012

 

Block: 290997008012013

 

Block: 290997008012015

 

Block: 290997008021053

 

Block: 290997008021054

 

Block: 290997008021055

 

Block: 290997008021056

 

Block: 290997008021057

 

Block: 290997008021058

 

Block: 290997008021059

 

Block: 290997008021060

 

Block: 290997008021061

 

Block: 290997008021062

 

Block: 290997008021063

 

Block: 290997008021064

 

Block: 290997008021065

 

Block: 290997008021066

 

Block: 290997008021067

 

Block: 290997008021068

 

Block: 290997008021069

 

Block: 290997008021070

 

Block: 290997008021071

 

Block: 290997008021072

 

Block: 290997008021073

 

Block: 290997008021075

 

Block: 290997008021084

 

Block: 290997008021086

 

Block: 290997008021088

 

Block: 290997008021089

 

Block: 290997008021091

 

Block: 290997008021096

 

Block: 290997008021097

 

Block: 290997008021102

 

Block: 290997008021103

 

Block: 290997008021117

 

Block: 290997010001026

 

VTD: Flamm City

 

VTD: Herculaneum

 

VTD: High Ridge 3-1

 

VTD: High Ridge 3-2

 

VTD: High Ridge No. 1

 

VTD: High Ridge No. 2

 

VTD: Hoene Springs

 

VTD: Horine

 

VTD: House Springs 1-1

 

VTD: House Springs 1-2

 

VTD: House Springs No. 2

 

VTD: Imperial No. 1

 

VTD: Imperial No. 2

 

VTD: Imperial No. 3

 

VTD: Jefferson Heights

 

VTD: Kimmswick

 

VTD: Lake Tishomingo (part)

 

Block: 290997005021040

 

VTD: Maxville No. 1 (part)

 

Block: 290997001131008

 

Block: 290997001131010

 

Block: 290997001131011

 

Block: 290997001131012

 

Block: 290997001131013

 

Block: 290997001131015

 

VTD: Maxville No. 2 (part)

 

Block: 290997001132003

 

Block: 290997001132010

 

Block: 290997001132011

 

Block: 290997001132012

 

Block: 290997001132013

 

Block: 290997001132019

 

Block: 290997001132020

 

Block: 290997001132021

 

Block: 290997001132022

 

Block: 290997001132023

 

Block: 290997001132024

 

Block: 290997001132025

 

Block: 290997001161000

 

Block: 290997001161001

 

Block: 290997001161002

 

Block: 290997001161003

 

Block: 290997001161004

 

Block: 290997001161005

 

Block: 290997001161006

 

Block: 290997001161007

 

Block: 290997001161008

 

Block: 290997001161009

 

Block: 290997001161010

 

Block: 290997001161011

 

Block: 290997001161012

 

Block: 290997001161013

 

Block: 290997001161014

 

Block: 290997001161015

 

Block: 290997001161016

 

Block: 290997001161017

 

Block: 290997001161018

 

Block: 290997001162000

 

Block: 290997001162001

 

Block: 290997001162002

 

Block: 290997001162003

 

Block: 290997001162004

 

Block: 290997001162005

 

Block: 290997001162006

 

Block: 290997001162007

 

Block: 290997001172002

 

Block: 290997001172005

 

Block: 290997001172006

 

Block: 290997001172007

 

Block: 290997001172008

 

Block: 290997001172009

 

Block: 290997001172010

 

Block: 290997001172024

 

Block: 290997001172025

 

Block: 290997001172038

 

Block: 290997001172039

 

Block: 290997001172040

 

Block: 290997001172041

 

Block: 290997001172042

 

Block: 290997001172043

 

Block: 290997001172044

 

Block: 290997001172045

 

Block: 290997001172046

 

Block: 290997001172047

 

Block: 290997001172048

 

Block: 290997001172049

 

Block: 290997001172050

 

Block: 290997001172055

 

Block: 290997001172056

 

Block: 290997001172057

 

VTD: McNamee R-1

 

VTD: Meramec Valley/McNamee

 

VTD: Miller

 

VTD: Murphy No. 1 (part)

 

Block: 290997003032010

 

Block: 290997003041036

 

VTD: Murphy No. 3 (part)

 

Block: 290997002101039

 

Block: 290997002101040

 

Block: 290997002111000

 

Block: 290997002111001

 

Block: 290997002111002

 

Block: 290997002111003

 

Block: 290997002111004

 

Block: 290997002111005

 

Block: 290997002111006

 

Block: 290997002111007

 

Block: 290997002111008

 

Block: 290997002111009

 

Block: 290997002111010

 

Block: 290997002111011

 

Block: 290997002111012

 

Block: 290997002111013

 

Block: 290997002111014

 

Block: 290997002111015

 

Block: 290997002111016

 

Block: 290997002111017

 

Block: 290997002111018

 

Block: 290997002112017

 

Block: 290997002112018

 

Block: 290997002112019

 

Block: 290997002112025

 

Block: 290997002112026

 

Block: 290997002112029

 

Block: 290997002112030

 

Block: 290997002112031

 

Block: 290997002112034

 

Block: 290997002112035

 

VTD: Parkdale

 

VTD: Pevely

 

VTD: Pevely Outside No. 1

 

VTD: Pevely Outside No. 2

 

VTD: Riverview

 

VTD: Rock Creek No. 1

 

VTD: Rock Creek No. 2

 

VTD: Rock Creek No. 3

 

VTD: Rockwood-6/Hoene Springs

 

VTD: Rockwood-6/McNamee

 

VTD: Scotsdale

 

VTD: Ware (part)

 

Block: 290997005021035

 

VTD: Windsor

 

Lincoln MO County

 

Maries MO County

 

Miller MO County

 

Montgomery MO County

 

Osage MO County

 

St. Charles MO County (part)

 

VTD: 001-Kampville

 

VTD: 004-Orchard Farm

 

VTD: 005-Rivers

 

VTD: 014-Lincoln

 

VTD: 015-Washington (part)

 

Block: 291833110042000

 

Block: 291833110042002

 

VTD: 021-Truman

 

VTD: 022-Cheshire

 

VTD: 025-Shirewood

 

VTD: 028-Treetop

 

VTD: 031-Sibley

 

VTD: 033-Canary

 

VTD: 034-McNair

 

VTD: 041-Government

 

VTD: 043-Marina

 

VTD: 045-Mamelle

 

VTD: 051-St. Cletus

 

VTD: 054-Coverdell

 

VTD: 056-Edgewood

 

VTD: 057-Hanover

 

VTD: 062-Adams (part)

 

Block: 291833107002003

 

Block: 291833107002004

 

Block: 291833107002005

 

Block: 291833107002006

 

Block: 291833107002010

 

Block: 291833107002011

 

Block: 291833107002012

 

Block: 291833107002014

 

Block: 291833107002015

 

Block: 291833107002016

 

Block: 291833107002021

 

Block: 291833107002022

 

Block: 291833107002041

 

Block: 291833107002042

 

Block: 291833107002043

 

Block: 291833107002044

 

Block: 291833108021000

 

Block: 291833108021002

 

Block: 291833108021003

 

Block: 291833108021004

 

Block: 291833108021005

 

Block: 291833108021006

 

Block: 291833108021007

 

Block: 291833108021008

 

Block: 291833108021009

 

Block: 291833108021010

 

Block: 291833108021011

 

Block: 291833108021017

 

Block: 291833108021018

 

Block: 291833108021020

 

Block: 291833108022011

 

Block: 291833108022012

 

Block: 291833108022013

 

Block: 291833108022014

 

Block: 291833108022015

 

Block: 291833108022043

 

Block: 291833108023007

 

Block: 291833108023011

 

Block: 291833108023012

 

Block: 291833108023013

 

Block: 291833108023015

 

Block: 291833108023016

 

Block: 291833108023017

 

Block: 291833108023018

 

Block: 291833108023019

 

Block: 291833108023028

 

Block: 291833108023029

 

Block: 291833108023030

 

Block: 291833108023031

 

Block: 291833108023032

 

Block: 291833108023033

 

Block: 291833108023034

 

Block: 291833108023036

 

Block: 291833108023037

 

VTD: 063-St. Andrews

 

VTD: 071-Fairways

 

VTD: 102-Tanglewood

 

VTD: 103-Cave Springs

 

VTD: 104-Hi Point

 

VTD: 106-Spencer

 

VTD: 107-Oak Creek

 

VTD: 113-Briarhill

 

VTD: 121-St. Marys

 

VTD: 122-Mid Rivers

 

VTD: 124-Rabbit Run

 

VTD: 126-Meadow Valley (part)

 

Block: 291833113912003

 

Block: 291833113912004

 

Block: 291833113913006

 

VTD: 128-Fairmount

 

VTD: 131-Shadow Creek

 

VTD: 132-Country Hill

 

VTD: 145-Salt Lick

 

VTD: 148-Winds

 

VTD: 149-Sunny Hill

 

VTD: 151-Glengate

 

VTD: 155-Green Forest (part)

 

Block: 291833113121000

 

Block: 291833113121001

 

Block: 291833113121002

 

Block: 291833113121003

 

Block: 291833113121004

 

Block: 291833113121005

 

Block: 291833113121006

 

Block: 291833113121007

 

Block: 291833113121008

 

Block: 291833113121009

 

Block: 291833113121010

 

Block: 291833113121011

 

Block: 291833113121012

 

Block: 291833113121013

 

Block: 291833113121014

 

Block: 291833113121015

 

Block: 291833113121016

 

Block: 291833113121017

 

Block: 291833113121018

 

Block: 291833113121019

 

Block: 291833113121020

 

Block: 291833113121021

 

Block: 291833113121022

 

Block: 291833113121023

 

Block: 291833113121024

 

Block: 291833113121025

 

Block: 291833113121026

 

Block: 291833113121027

 

Block: 291833113121028

 

Block: 291833113121029

 

Block: 291833113121030

 

Block: 291833113121031

 

Block: 291833113121032

 

Block: 291833113121033

 

Block: 291833113121034

 

Block: 291833113121035

 

Block: 291833113121036

 

Block: 291833113121037

 

Block: 291833113121038

 

Block: 291833113121039

 

Block: 291833113121040

 

Block: 291833113121041

 

Block: 291833113121042

 

Block: 291833113121043

 

Block: 291833113121044

 

Block: 291833113121045

 

Block: 291833113121046

 

Block: 291833113121047

 

Block: 291833113121048

 

Block: 291833113121049

 

Block: 291833113121050

 

Block: 291833113121051

 

Block: 291833113121052

 

Block: 291833113121053

 

Block: 291833113121054

 

Block: 291833113121055

 

Block: 291833113121062

 

Block: 291833113121071

 

Block: 291833113121072

 

Block: 291833113122007

 

Block: 291833113122008

 

Block: 291833113122009

 

Block: 291833113122010

 

Block: 291833113122011

 

Block: 291833113122012

 

VTD: 156-Oaks

 

VTD: 157-Patriot

 

VTD: 159-Hillcrest

 

VTD: 160-Harmony

 

VTD: 161-Montbrook

 

VTD: 162-Elks

 

VTD: 163-Civic

 

VTD: 165-St. Paul

 

VTD: 166-Mount Hope

 

VTD: 167-Morningside

 

VTD: 169-Highgrove

 

VTD: 173-Turtle Creek

 

VTD: 181-Community

 

VTD: 182-Evergreen

 

VTD: 183-Foristell

 

VTD: 184-Flint Hill

 

VTD: 185-Josephville

 

VTD: 186-Twin Oaks

 

VTD: 187-Fairview

 

VTD: 189-Pioneer

 

VTD: 190-Peine

 

VTD: 193-Delmar

 

VTD: 194-Amber Meadows

 

VTD: 197-Feise

 

VTD: 198-Cedar

 

VTD: 199-Regatta Bay

 

VTD: 200-Normandy

 

VTD: 202-Ridgepoint

 

VTD: 205-Bayfield

 

VTD: 210-Freymuth

 

VTD: 213-Bryan

 

VTD: 214-Hawk Ridge

 

VTD: 217-Keystone

 

VTD: 222-New Melle

 

VTD: 225-Augusta

 

VTD: 226-Hopewell

 

VTD: 229-Callaway

 

Warren MO County

 

 

(L. 2011 H.B. 193)

 

*Effective 6-03-11, see § 21.250.  H.B. 193 was vetoed on April 30, 2011.  The veto was overridden on May 4, 2011.

 

6/3/2011

 

*128.454.  Fourth congressional district (2010 census) —

The fourth congressional district shall be composed of the following:

 

Audrain MO County (part)

 

VTD: Benton City (part)

 

Block: 290079502004009

 

Block: 290079502004014

 

Block: 290079502004015

 

Block: 290079502004016

 

Block: 290079502004017

 

Block: 290079502004056

 

Block: 290079502004059

 

Block: 290079502004061

 

Block: 290079502004062

 

Block: 290079502004063

 

Block: 290079502004075

 

Block: 290079502004096

 

Block: 290079502004099

 

Block: 290079502004102

 

Block: 290079502004103

 

Block: 290079502004104

 

Block: 290079502004105

 

Block: 290079502004106

 

Block: 290079502004107

 

Block: 290079502004108

 

Block: 290079502004109

 

Block: 290079502004110

 

Block: 290079502004111

 

Block: 290079502004112

 

Block: 290079502004113

 

Block: 290079502004114

 

Block: 290079502004115

 

Block: 290079502004116

 

Block: 290079502004117

 

Block: 290079502004118

 

Block: 290079502004119

 

Block: 290079502004120

 

Block: 290079502004121

 

Block: 290079502004122

 

Block: 290079502004123

 

Block: 290079502004124

 

Block: 290079502004125

 

Block: 290079502004126

 

Block: 290079502004127

 

Block: 290079502004128

 

Block: 290079502004129

 

Block: 290079502004130

 

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Block: 290079502004132

 

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Block: 290079504003120

 

VTD: Community

 

VTD: Friendship

 

VTD: Martinsburg (part)

 

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VTD: Mexico No. 1

 

VTD: Mexico No. 2

 

VTD: Mexico No. 3

 

VTD: Mexico No. 4

 

VTD: Mexico No. 5

 

VTD: Mexico No. 6

 

VTD: South Fork

 

VTD: Thompson

 

VTD: Wilson/Salt River

 

Barton MO County

 

Bates MO County

 

Benton MO County

 

Boone MO County

 

Camden MO County (part)

 

VTD: Barnumton

 

VTD: Camdenton 1 (part)

 

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Block: 290299508005064

 

VTD: Camdenton 3 (part)

 

Block: 290299505002046

 

Block: 290299505002051

 

Block: 290299505002054

 

VTD: Climax Springs

 

VTD: Decaturville

 

VTD: Greenview

 

VTD: Ha Ha Tonka

 

VTD: Hillhouse

 

VTD: Macks Creek

 

VTD: Montreal

 

VTD: Roach

 

VTD: Stoutland

 

VTD: Sunny Slope

 

VTD: Sunrise Beach 2 (part)

 

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Block: 290299512002172

 

Block: 290299512002173

 

Block: 290299512002176

 

Block: 290299512002177

 

Block: 290299512002186

 

VTD: Sunrise Beach 3 (part)

 

Block: 290299512002130

 

Block: 290299512002131

 

Block: 290299512002132

 

Block: 290299512002133

 

Block: 290299512002135

 

Block: 290299512002137

 

VTD: Wilson Bend

 

Cass MO County

 

Cedar MO County

 

Cooper MO County

 

Dade MO County

 

Dallas MO County

 

Henry MO County

 

Hickory MO County

 

Howard MO County

 

Johnson MO County

 

Laclede MO County

 

Moniteau MO County

 

Morgan MO County

 

Pettis MO County

 

Pulaski MO County

 

Randolph MO County

 

St. Clair MO County

 

Vernon MO County

 

Webster MO County (part)

 

VTD: Diggins (part)

 

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VTD: East Ozark

 

VTD: Finley (part)

 

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VTD: Grant

 

VTD: Hazelwood

 

VTD: High Prairie

 

VTD: Jackson

 

VTD: Marshfield

 

VTD: Union/Niangua

 

VTD: Washington

 

VTD: West Ozark

 

 

(L. 2011 H.B. 193)

 

*Effective 6-03-11, see § 21.250.  H.B. 193 was vetoed on April 30, 2011.  The veto was overridden on May 4, 2011.

 

6/3/2011

 

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*128.455.  Fifth congressional district (2010 census) —

The fifth congressional district shall be composed of the following:

 

Clay MO County (part)

 

VTD: Chou 8

 

VTD: Gal 1

 

VTD: Gal 10

 

VTD: Gal 11

 

VTD: Gal 12

 

VTD: Gal 13

 

VTD: Gal 14

 

VTD: Gal 15

 

VTD: Gal 16

 

VTD: Gal 18

 

VTD: Gal 2

 

VTD: Gal 3

 

VTD: Gal 4

 

VTD: Gal 5

 

VTD: Gal 6

 

VTD: Gal 7

 

VTD: Gal 9

 

VTD: KC 21-11

 

VTD: KC 21-12 (part)

 

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VTD: KC 21-14

 

VTD: KC 21-18

 

VTD: KC 21-19

 

VTD: KC 21-20

 

VTD: KC 21-21

 

VTD: KC 21-22

 

VTD: KC 21-23

 

VTD: KC 21-24

 

VTD: KC 21-25 (part)

 

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Block: 290470211011007

 

VTD: KC 21-3

 

VTD: KC 21-4

 

VTD: KC 21-5

 

VTD: KC 21-6

 

VTD: KC 21-7

 

VTD: KC 21-8

 

VTD: KC 21-9

 

Jackson MO County (part)

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 1

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 10

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 11 & 11A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 12

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 13

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 14

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 18

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 2

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 4 & 4A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 5

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 6 & 6B

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 6A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 7

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 8,15,& 16

 

VTD: Blue Sub 1 No. 9

 

VTD: Blue Sub 2 No. 1

 

VTD: Blue Sub 2 No. 10

 

VTD: Blue Sub 2 No. 2

 

VTD: Blue Sub 2 No. 3

 

VTD: Blue Sub 2 No. 3A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 2 No. 4

 

VTD: Blue Sub 2 No. 5

 

VTD: Blue Sub 2 No. 6

 

VTD: Blue Sub 2 No. 7

 

VTD: Blue Sub 2 No. 8

 

VTD: Blue Sub 2 No. 9

 

VTD: Blue Sub 3 No. 1

 

VTD: Blue Sub 3 No. 11

 

VTD: Blue Sub 3 No. 12 & 13 (part)

 

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VTD: Blue Sub 3 No. 14,15,15N,17N,& 18N

 

VTD: Blue Sub 3 No. 15A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 3 No. 16 & 16A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 3 No. 2

 

VTD: Blue Sub 3 No. 3

 

VTD: Blue Sub 3 No. 4

 

VTD: Blue Sub 3 No. 5

 

VTD: Blue Sub 3 No. 5A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 3 No. 9

 

VTD: Blue Sub 4 No. 1

 

VTD: Blue Sub 4 No. 10

 

VTD: Blue Sub 4 No. 11

 

VTD: Blue Sub 4 No. 12

 

VTD: Blue Sub 4 No. 2

 

VTD: Blue Sub 4 No. 3

 

VTD: Blue Sub 4 No. 4

 

VTD: Blue Sub 4 No. 5

 

VTD: Blue Sub 4 No. 6

 

VTD: Blue Sub 4 No. 7

 

VTD: Blue Sub 4 No. 8

 

VTD: Blue Sub 4 No. 9

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 1

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 11

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 13

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 14

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 15

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 2

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 3

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 4

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 5 & 12

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 6

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 7

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 8

 

VTD: Blue Sub 5 No. 9

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 1

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 10

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 11

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 12

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 2

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 3

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 4

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 5

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 5A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 6

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 6A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 7 & 7N

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 8

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 8A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 6 No. 9

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 1

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 10

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 11

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 12

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 13

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 14

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 2

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 2A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 3

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 4

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 5 & 5A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 6

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 7

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 8

 

VTD: Blue Sub 7 No. 9

 

VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 1

 

VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 10 & 10A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 11

 

VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 12,12A,& 12B (part)

 

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VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 13 & 13N (part)

 

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VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 2

 

VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 2A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 3

 

VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 5 & 5A

 

VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 6

 

VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 7

 

VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 8

 

VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 9

 

VTD: Blue Sub 8 No. 9A

 

VTD: Brooking No. 1

 

VTD: Brooking No. 10

 

VTD: Brooking No. 11

 

VTD: Brooking No. 12

 

VTD: Brooking No. 13

 

VTD: Brooking No. 14

 

VTD: Brooking No. 15

 

VTD: Brooking No. 16

 

VTD: Brooking No. 17

 

VTD: Brooking No. 18

 

VTD: Brooking No. 19

 

VTD: Brooking No. 2 & 2A

 

VTD: Brooking No. 20

 

VTD: Brooking No. 21

 

VTD: Brooking No. 22 & 22A

 

VTD: Brooking No. 23

 

VTD: Brooking No. 24

 

VTD: Brooking No. 25

 

VTD: Brooking No. 26

 

VTD: Brooking No. 27

 

VTD: Brooking No. 28

 

VTD: Brooking No. 3

 

VTD: Brooking No. 4

 

VTD: Brooking No. 5

 

VTD: Brooking No. 6

 

VTD: Brooking No. 7

 

VTD: Brooking No. 8

 

VTD: Brooking No. 9

 

VTD: Brooking No. 9A

 

VTD: Fort Osage No. 1,1A,2,& 3 (part)

 

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VTD: KC WD1 PCT101

 

VTD: KC WD1 PCT102

 

VTD: KC WD1 PCT103

 

VTD: KC WD1 PCT104

 

VTD: KC WD1 PCT105

 

VTD: KC WD1 PCT106

 

VTD: KC WD1 PCT107

 

VTD: KC WD1 PCT108

 

VTD: KC WD1 PCT109

 

VTD: KC WD1 PCT110

 

VTD: KC WD1 PCT111

 

VTD: KC WD1 PCT511

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1001

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1002

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1003

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1004

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1005

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1006

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1008

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1009

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1010

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1011

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1012

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1013

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1014

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT1015

 

VTD: KC WD10 PCT2201

 

VTD: KC WD11 PCT1101

 

VTD: KC WD11 PCT1102

 

VTD: KC WD11 PCT1103

 

VTD: KC WD11 PCT1104

 

VTD: KC WD11 PCT1105

 

VTD: KC WD11 PCT1106

 

VTD: KC WD11 PCT1107

 

VTD: KC WD11 PCT1108

 

VTD: KC WD11 PCT1109

 

VTD: KC WD11 PCT1110

 

VTD: KC WD11 PCT1209

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1201

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1202

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1203

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1204

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1205

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1206

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1207

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1208

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1210

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1305

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1306

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1307

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1308

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1309

 

VTD: KC WD12 PCT1310

 

VTD: KC WD13 PCT1301

 

VTD: KC WD13 PCT1302

 

VTD: KC WD13 PCT1303

 

VTD: KC WD13 PCT1304

 

VTD: KC WD13 PCT1501

 

VTD: KC WD13 PCT1502

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1401

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1402

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1403

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1404

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1405

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1406

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1407

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1408

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1409

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1410

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1411

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1412

 

VTD: KC WD14 PCT1413

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT1414

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT1503

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT1504

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT1505

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT1506

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT1507

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT1508

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT1509

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT1512

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT1513

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT1514

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT311

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT314

 

VTD: KC WD15 PCT718

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1511

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1601

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1602

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1603

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1604

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1605

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1607

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1608

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1609

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1610

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1611

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1612

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1613

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1614

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1615

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT1616

 

VTD: KC WD16 PCT717

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1606

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1617

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1618

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1701

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1702

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1703

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1704

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1705

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1706

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1707

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1708

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1712

 

VTD: KC WD17 PCT1814

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1801

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1802

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1803

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1804

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1805

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1806

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1807

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1808

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1809

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1810

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1812

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1813

 

VTD: KC WD18 PCT1816

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1709

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1710

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1815

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1817

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1903

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1905

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1906

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1907

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1908

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1909

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1910

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1911

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1912

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1913

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1914

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1916

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1917

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1918

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT1919

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT903

 

VTD: KC WD19 PCT912

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT201

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT202

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT203

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT204

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT205

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT206

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT207

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT208

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT209

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT210

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT211

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT212

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT213

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT214

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT215

 

VTD: KC WD2 PCT216

 

VTD: KC WD20 PCT1901

 

VTD: KC WD20 PCT2002

 

VTD: KC WD20 PCT2003

 

VTD: KC WD20 PCT2004

 

VTD: KC WD20 PCT2005

 

VTD: KC WD20 PCT2006

 

VTD: KC WD20 PCT2007

 

VTD: KC WD20 PCT2008

 

VTD: KC WD20 PCT2009

 

VTD: KC WD20 PCT2010

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT1007

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT2202

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT2203

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT2204

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT2205

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT2206

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT2207

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT2208

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT2209

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT2210

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT2211

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT2212

 

VTD: KC WD22 PCT2213

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2301

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2302

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2303

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2304

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2305

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2306

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2307

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2308

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2309

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2310

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2311

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2312

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2313

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2314

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2315

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2316

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2317

 

VTD: KC WD23 PCT2318

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2401

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2402

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2403

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2404

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2405

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2406

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2407

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2408

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2409

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2410

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2412

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2413

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2414

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2415

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2416

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2417

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2418

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2419

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2420

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2421

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2422

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2423

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2424

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2425

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2426

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2427

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2428

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2429

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2430

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2431

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2432

 

VTD: KC WD24 PCT2601

 

VTD: KC WD25 PCT2001

 

VTD: KC WD25 PCT2501

 

VTD: KC WD25 PCT2503

 

VTD: KC WD25 PCT2504

 

VTD: KC WD25 PCT2505

 

VTD: KC WD25 PCT2506

 

VTD: KC WD25 PCT2507

 

VTD: KC WD25 PCT2508

 

VTD: KC WD25 PCT2509

 

VTD: KC WD25 PCT2510

 

VTD: KC WD25 PCT2511

 

VTD: KC WD25 PCT2602

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT1711

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT1902

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT2502

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT2603

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT2604

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT2605

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT2606

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT2607

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT2608

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT2609

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT2610

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT2611

 

VTD: KC WD26 PCT2612

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT301

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT302

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT303

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT304

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT305

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT306

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT307

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT308

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT309

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT310

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT312

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT313

 

VTD: KC WD3 PCT716

 

VTD: KC WD4 PCT401

 

VTD: KC WD4 PCT402

 

VTD: KC WD4 PCT403

 

VTD: KC WD4 PCT404

 

VTD: KC WD4 PCT405

 

VTD: KC WD4 PCT406

 

VTD: KC WD4 PCT407

 

VTD: KC WD4 PCT408

 

VTD: KC WD4 PCT409

 

VTD: KC WD5 PCT410

 

VTD: KC WD5 PCT502

 

VTD: KC WD5 PCT503

 

VTD: KC WD5 PCT504

 

VTD: KC WD5 PCT505

 

VTD: KC WD5 PCT506

 

VTD: KC WD5 PCT507

 

VTD: KC WD5 PCT508

 

VTD: KC WD5 PCT509

 

VTD: KC WD5 PCT510

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT501

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT601

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT602

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT603

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT604

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT605

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT606

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT607

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT608

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT609

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT610

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT611

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT612

 

VTD: KC WD6 PCT801

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT701

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT702

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT703

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT704

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT705

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT706

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT707

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT708

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT709

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT710

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT711

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT712

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT713

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT714

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT715

 

VTD: KC WD7 PCT719

 

VTD: KC WD8 PCT613

 

VTD: KC WD8 PCT802

 

VTD: KC WD8 PCT803

 

VTD: KC WD8 PCT804

 

VTD: KC WD8 PCT805

 

VTD: KC WD8 PCT806

 

VTD: KC WD8 PCT807

 

VTD: KC WD8 PCT808

 

VTD: KC WD8 PCT809

 

VTD: KC WD8 PCT810

 

VTD: KC WD8 PCT811

 

VTD: KC WD8 PCT813

 

VTD: KC WD9 PCT1904

 

VTD: KC WD9 PCT812

 

VTD: KC WD9 PCT901

 

VTD: KC WD9 PCT902

 

VTD: KC WD9 PCT904

 

VTD: KC WD9 PCT905

 

VTD: KC WD9 PCT906

 

VTD: KC WD9 PCT907

 

VTD: KC WD9 PCT908

 

VTD: KC WD9 PCT909

 

VTD: KC WD9 PCT910

 

VTD: KC WD9 PCT911

 

VTD: Prairie No. 1

 

VTD: Prairie No. 10,11,& 12

 

VTD: Prairie No. 13

 

VTD: Prairie No. 13A

 

VTD: Prairie No. 14

 

VTD: Prairie No. 15

 

VTD: Prairie No. 16

 

VTD: Prairie No. 17

 

VTD: Prairie No. 18 & 19

 

VTD: Prairie No. 2

 

VTD: Prairie No. 20

 

VTD: Prairie No. 20A & 20B

 

VTD: Prairie No. 20C

 

VTD: Prairie No. 21

 

VTD: Prairie No. 22

 

VTD: Prairie No. 23

 

VTD: Prairie No. 24,24B,25A,68

 

VTD: Prairie No. 24A

 

VTD: Prairie No. 24C

 

VTD: Prairie No. 25

 

VTD: Prairie No. 26,27,28,& 78

 

VTD: Prairie No. 29 & 30C (part)

 

Block: 290950142031005

 

Block: 290950142032005

 

Block: 290950142032015

 

Block: 290950142032016

 

Block: 290950142032018

 

Block: 290950142032019

 

Block: 290950142032023

 

VTD: Prairie No. 3 (part)

 

Block: 290950137031011

 

Block: 290950137031012

 

Block: 290950137031015

 

Block: 290950137031016

 

Block: 290950137031018

 

Block: 290950137031019

 

Block: 290950137031020

 

Block: 290950137031021

 

Block: 290950137031022

 

Block: 290950137031023

 

Block: 290950137031024

 

Block: 290950137031025

 

Block: 290950137031026

 

Block: 290950137031027

 

Block: 290950137031028

 

Block: 290950137031029

 

Block: 290950137031030

 

Block: 290950137031031

 

Block: 290950137031032

 

Block: 290950137031033

 

Block: 290950137031034

 

Block: 290950137031035

 

Block: 290950137031036

 

Block: 290950137031037

 

Block: 290950137031038

 

Block: 290950137031039

 

Block: 290950137031040

 

Block: 290950137031041

 

Block: 290950137031042

 

Block: 290950137031043

 

Block: 290950137031044

 

Block: 290950137031045

 

Block: 290950137031046

 

Block: 290950137031047

 

Block: 290950137031050

 

Block: 290950137031051

 

Block: 290950137031054

 

Block: 290950137032019

 

Block: 290950137033052

 

Block: 290950137033053

 

Block: 290950137033056

 

Block: 290950137033057

 

Block: 290950137033058

 

Block: 290950137033059

 

Block: 290950137033060

 

Block: 290950137033063

 

Block: 290950137033064

 

Block: 290950137033065

 

Block: 290950137033066

 

Block: 290950137033067

 

Block: 290950137033068

 

Block: 290950137033069

 

Block: 290950137033070

 

Block: 290950137033071

 

Block: 290950137033072

 

Block: 290950137033073

 

Block: 290950138021027

 

VTD: Prairie No. 30

 

VTD: Prairie No. 30A (part)

 

Block: 290950142031014

 

Block: 290950142031015

 

Block: 290950142031016

 

Block: 290950142031018

 

Block: 290950145021004

 

Block: 290950145021027

 

VTD: Prairie No. 31

 

VTD: Prairie No. 33

 

VTD: Prairie No. 34

 

VTD: Prairie No. 35

 

VTD: Prairie No. 37

 

VTD: Prairie No. 37A

 

VTD: Prairie No. 38

 

VTD: Prairie No. 39

 

VTD: Prairie No. 39A

 

VTD: Prairie No. 40

 

VTD: Prairie No. 40A & 44A (part)

 

Block: 290950179003002

 

VTD: Prairie No. 43 & 79 (part)

 

Block: 290950142042033

 

Block: 290950142042034

 

Block: 290950142042051

 

Block: 290950142042052

 

Block: 290950142042053

 

Block: 290950142042054

 

Block: 290950142042055

 

Block: 290950142042056

 

Block: 290950142042057

 

Block: 290950142042058

 

Block: 290950142043030

 

Block: 290950142043037

 

Block: 290950142043038

 

Block: 290950142043039

 

Block: 290950142043040

 

Block: 290950142043049

 

Block: 290950142043051

 

Block: 290950142043052

 

Block: 290950142043054

 

Block: 290950142043055

 

Block: 290950142043056

 

Block: 290950143003027

 

Block: 290950143003028

 

Block: 290950179003004

 

VTD: Prairie No. 45

 

VTD: Prairie No. 50A (part)

 

Block: 290950139013031

 

Block: 290950139013032

 

Block: 290950139013033

 

Block: 290950139013034

 

Block: 290950139013035

 

Block: 290950139013036

 

Block: 290950139013037

 

VTD: Prairie No. 50C,58,58A,58B,58C,58D,58E,58F,& 76 (part)

 

Block: 290950139011066

 

Block: 290950139011067

 

Block: 290950139012058

 

Block: 290950139012066

 

Block: 290950139012068

 

Block: 290950139012069

 

Block: 290950139012072

 

Block: 290950139012073

 

Block: 290950139012074

 

Block: 290950139012075

 

Block: 290950139012076

 

Block: 290950139012149

 

Block: 290950139012150

 

Block: 290950139012151

 

Block: 290950139012152

 

Block: 290950139013055

 

VTD: Prairie No. 51

 

VTD: Prairie No. 51A

 

VTD: Prairie No. 51B,51N,63,63A,63C,65,65A,65N,77,77A,77B,& 77N

 

VTD: Prairie No. 52

 

VTD: Prairie No. 52A

 

VTD: Prairie No. 53

 

VTD: Prairie No. 55 & 56 (part)

 

Block: 290950141111038

 

Block: 290950141111039

 

Block: 290950141111040

 

Block: 290950141111041

 

Block: 290950141111052

 

VTD: Prairie No. 57,72,73,73A,73B,73C,73N,73W,& 73X (part)

 

Block: 290950141111030

 

Block: 290950141111031

 

Block: 290950141111032

 

Block: 290950141111033

 

Block: 290950141111034

 

Block: 290950141111035

 

Block: 290950141111036

 

VTD: Prairie No. 59,59N,60,61,75B,75D,75E,75F,& 75G (part)

 

Block: 290950139011031

 

Block: 290950139011032

 

Block: 290950139011033

 

Block: 290950139011034

 

Block: 290950139011035

 

Block: 290950139011036

 

Block: 290950139011042

 

Block: 290950141121020

 

Block: 290950141121021

 

Block: 290950141121022

 

Block: 290950141121023

 

Block: 290950141121024

 

Block: 290950141121025

 

Block: 290950141121026

 

Block: 290950141121027

 

Block: 290950141121028

 

Block: 290950141121029

 

Block: 290950141121030

 

Block: 290950141121042

 

Block: 290950141121043

 

Block: 290950141121044

 

Block: 290950141121045

 

Block: 290950141121047

 

Block: 290950141121048

 

Block: 290950141121056

 

Block: 290950141121057

 

Block: 290950141121059

 

VTD: Prairie No. 62,71,74,75,75A,75C,& 75N (part)

 

Block: 290950139011045

 

Block: 290950139011065

 

Block: 290950141121046

 

Block: 290950141121058

 

VTD: Prairie No. 8 & 8B

 

VTD: Prairie No. 8A

 

VTD: Prairie No. 9

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 1,1B,& 1C (part)

 

Block: 290950145022002

 

Block: 290950145022010

 

Block: 290950145022011

 

Block: 290950145022020

 

Block: 290950145022044

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 14,75N,& 75X (part)

 

Block: 290950141011006

 

Block: 290950141011007

 

Block: 290950141011008

 

Block: 290950141011009

 

Block: 290950141011010

 

Block: 290950141011011

 

Block: 290950141011012

 

Block: 290950141011013

 

Block: 290950141011014

 

Block: 290950141011030

 

Block: 290950141011032

 

Block: 290950141011033

 

Block: 290950141011034

 

Block: 290950141011035

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 14A & 75A

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 15 & 15A

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 15B

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 16,83,& 93

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 19 (part)

 

Block: 290950141081001

 

Block: 290950141081002

 

Block: 290950141081003

 

Block: 290950141081004

 

Block: 290950141081005

 

Block: 290950141081006

 

Block: 290950141081007

 

Block: 290950141081008

 

Block: 290950141081009

 

Block: 290950141081010

 

Block: 290950141081011

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 20 & 70A

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 21,21B,70,& 71 (part)

 

Block: 290950141082000

 

Block: 290950141082001

 

Block: 290950141082002

 

Block: 290950141082003

 

Block: 290950141082004

 

Block: 290950141082005

 

Block: 290950141082006

 

Block: 290950141082007

 

Block: 290950141082008

 

Block: 290950141082009

 

Block: 290950141082010

 

Block: 290950141082011

 

Block: 290950141082012

 

Block: 290950141082013

 

Block: 290950141082014

 

Block: 290950141082015

 

Block: 290950141082016

 

Block: 290950141082017

 

Block: 290950141082018

 

Block: 290950141082025

 

Block: 290950193001050

 

Block: 290950193001051

 

Block: 290950193001052

 

Block: 290950193001053

 

Block: 290950193001054

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 22

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 23

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 23A

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 24

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 25,72A,& 72B (part)

 

Block: 290950141083035

 

Block: 290950141142010

 

Block: 290950141142011

 

Block: 290950141142042

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 26 & 26N

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 27

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 31

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 31A,67,78A,& 78B

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 31B

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 32 & 78N

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 33

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 34,34A,& 74 (part)

 

Block: 290950141111042

 

Block: 290950141111043

 

Block: 290950141111044

 

Block: 290950141111045

 

Block: 290950141111046

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 35

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 35A

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 36,36A,& 79A

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 40 & 40B

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 40A & 41

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 40D & 40E

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 42,42N,42X,42Y,42Z,44,44X,44Z,45,45A,45B,47,48,& 81C (part)

 

Block: 290950140021003

 

Block: 290950140021010

 

Block: 290950140021022

 

Block: 290950140021023

 

Block: 290950140071047

 

Block: 290950140071048

 

Block: 290950140071049

 

Block: 290950140071050

 

Block: 290950140071051

 

Block: 290950140071052

 

Block: 290950140071053

 

Block: 290950140071058

 

Block: 290950140071059

 

Block: 290950140071060

 

Block: 290950140071061

 

Block: 290950140071062

 

Block: 290950140071063

 

Block: 290950140071064

 

Block: 290950140071066

 

Block: 290950140071067

 

Block: 290950140071068

 

Block: 290950140071069

 

Block: 290950140071070

 

Block: 290950140071080

 

Block: 290950140071081

 

Block: 290950140071082

 

Block: 290950140071083

 

Block: 290950140071085

 

Block: 290950140071086

 

Block: 290950140071088

 

Block: 290950140071093

 

Block: 290950140071094

 

Block: 290950140071095

 

Block: 290950141011017

 

Block: 290950141011018

 

Block: 290950141011021

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 50 & 91

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 51,51A,& 94A

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 53 & 92

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 55

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 57

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 68 & 68Z (part)

 

Block: 290950141142003

 

Block: 290950141142004

 

Block: 290950141142005

 

Block: 290950141142006

 

Block: 290950141142041

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 76 & 76A

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 77

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 78,78X,79,79N,84,84A,84B,84C,& 85

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 86,87,88,88A,88B,& 88C (part)

 

Block: 290950140021004

 

Block: 290950140021005

 

Block: 290950140021007

 

Block: 290950140021008

 

Block: 290950140021009

 

Block: 290950140021011

 

Block: 290950140021012

 

Block: 290950140021014

 

Block: 290950140021015

 

Block: 290950140021016

 

Block: 290950140021017

 

Block: 290950140021018

 

Block: 290950140021019

 

Block: 290950140021020

 

Block: 290950140021021

 

Block: 290950140021024

 

Block: 290950140021025

 

Block: 290950140021026

 

Block: 290950140021027

 

Block: 290950140022006

 

Block: 290950140022007

 

Block: 290950140022008

 

Block: 290950140022009

 

Block: 290950140022010

 

Block: 290950140022011

 

Block: 290950140022012

 

Block: 290950140022013

 

Block: 290950140022014

 

Block: 290950140022015

 

Block: 290950140022016

 

Block: 290950140022017

 

Block: 290950140022018

 

Block: 290950140022019

 

Block: 290950140042003

 

Block: 290950140042004

 

Block: 290950140042005

 

Block: 290950140042015

 

Block: 290950140042016

 

Block: 290950140042017

 

Block: 290950140042018

 

Block: 290950140042019

 

Block: 290950140042020

 

Block: 290950140042021

 

Block: 290950140042022

 

Block: 290950140042023

 

Block: 290950140051012

 

Block: 290950140051013

 

Block: 290950140051014

 

Block: 290950140051015

 

Block: 290950140051016

 

Block: 290950140051017

 

Block: 290950140051038

 

Block: 290950140061033

 

Block: 290950140061034

 

Block: 290950140061057

 

Block: 290950141111007

 

Block: 290950141111008

 

Block: 290950141111053

 

Block: 290950141111054

 

Block: 290950141121000

 

Block: 290950141121001

 

Block: 290950141121002

 

Block: 290950141121003

 

Block: 290950141121007

 

Block: 290950141121008

 

Block: 290950141121009

 

Block: 290950141121012

 

Block: 290950141121061

 

VTD: Sni-A-Bar No. 94,94B,95,& 96

 

VTD: Van Buren No. 1,1A,1B,1C,2,2A,2N,& 2X

 

VTD: Van Buren No. 11N,19,19A,19B,19C,19D,20N,21,21N,23,& 24

 

VTD: Van Buren No. 25,26,27,28,29,30,& 32

 

VTD: Van Buren No. 3,4,5,6,6A,7,& 8 (part)

 

Block: 290950139011001

 

Block: 290950139011009

 

Block: 290950139011010

 

Block: 290950139011011

 

Block: 290950139011013

 

Block: 290950139011014

 

Block: 290950139011015

 

Block: 290950139011016

 

Block: 290950139011017

 

Block: 290950139011018

 

Block: 290950139011019

 

Block: 290950139011020

 

Block: 290950139011021

 

Block: 290950139011024

 

Block: 290950139011025

 

Block: 290950139011026

 

Block: 290950139011027

 

Block: 290950139011028

 

Block: 290950139011029

 

Block: 290950139011030

 

Block: 290950139011037

 

Block: 290950139011038

 

Block: 290950139011039

 

Block: 290950139011040

 

Block: 290950139011041

 

Block: 290950139011043

 

Block: 290950139011046

 

Block: 290950139011047

 

Block: 290950139011048

 

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VTD: Van Buren No. 31 & 33

 

VTD: Van Buren No. 34,35,36,& 37

 

VTD: Van Buren No. 38,39,40,40A,40B,40C,40D,40N,& 43

 

VTD: Van Buren No. 41 & 42

 

VTD: Van Buren No. 9,10,10A,11,11A,12,13,14,15,17,18,& 20

 

VTD: Washington No. 1

 

VTD: Washington No. 10 & 10N

 

VTD: Washington No. 11

 

VTD: Washington No. 12

 

VTD: Washington No. 13

 

VTD: Washington No. 14

 

VTD: Washington No. 15

 

VTD: Washington No. 16

 

VTD: Washington No. 17

 

VTD: Washington No. 2

 

VTD: Washington No. 3

 

VTD: Washington No. 4

 

VTD: Washington No. 5

 

VTD: Washington No. 6

 

VTD: Washington No. 7

 

VTD: Washington No. 8

 

VTD: Washington No. 9

 

Lafayette MO County

 

Ray MO County

 

Saline MO County

 

 

(L. 2011 H.B. 193)

 

*Effective 6-03-11, see § 21.250.  H.B. 193 was vetoed on April 30, 2011.  The veto was overridden on May 4, 2011.

 

6/3/2011

 

*128.456.  Sixth congressional district (2010 census) — The sixth congressional district shall be composed of the following:

 

Adair MO County

 

Andrew MO County

 

Atchison MO County

 

Audrain MO County (part)

 

VTD: Benton City (part)

 

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