November's midterm election is now less than a month away, but Wednesday was the deadline to register to vote.
David Peppard held a Mizzou watch party to meet voters on Saturday night.
A republican primary race in Doniphan County is in limbo after the election ended too close to call.
If passed, it would allow for the creation of a lottery ticket that would help fund veteran's programming in the state.
The three quarter cent sales tax would raise nearly $500 million for transportation projects a year for the next 10 years.
Those against Amendment 1 hosted a public forum at the East Hills Library.
Five separate amendments to the state constitution will appear on the August 5 primary ballot.
Nixon said the FDA is already working to regulate the e-cigarette market by banning underage sales and adding additional warning labels.
Challenger facing incumbent Pat Jones says he decided to run for City Council after being fed up with city hall.
Missouri Western State University Board of Governors votes to support Prop B, an increase in tobacco tax that would help fund higher education.
Harrison Co. voters deny the approval for the $4.2 million dollar school bond. This is the second time the bond has failed.
PJ Kovac will be the Republican nominee for the Western District Commissioner. With more than 68-percent of the vote, Kovac beat out Robert Miller for the spot.
Undersheriff Bill Puett lost to Patrick Grove for the Republican nomination for Buchanan Co. Sheriff. Grove beat Puett by 52 votes during Tuesday's primary election.
The incumbent carried a strong lead over Ron Fisher for the nomination by a vote of 3,551 to 2,370.