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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Lawmakers approved a plan for early voting in Missouri.  Their plan will be on the November ballot.

The law would allow only six business days of early voting, so as not to burden local election boards.  A citizen-backed petition drive proposes six weeks of early voting, including weekends.

They're waiting to hear from the Secretary of State's office whether their measure will also be on the November ballot.



    This must be aimed at more dead people being allowed to vote a couple of more times so that they can elect people that will continue to give them free stuff..

  • ByeByeToTheRite

    I always vote early and often. I voted for obama three times last election, I just wish he would start putting more people in FEMA camps.

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