Missouri governor urges voters to pass Prop D
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Missouri governor urges voters to pass Prop D

HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Missouri Gov. Mike Parson was in Hannibal on Friday to urge voters to support Proposition D in the November election, which would increase the state's gas tax from 17 to 27 cents per gallon over a period of five years. Parson spoke Friday

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Hopefuls in Illinois' 93rd House District spending time going door-to-door
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Hopefuls in Illinois' 93rd House District spending time going door-to-door

MACOMB, Ill. -- Candidates in the 93rd District have both emphasized door-to-door campaigning in one of the largest geographic Illinois House districts. "We're getting close to our second round of knocking on doors in all or parts of eight counties," said

Republican comptroller candidate says she would 'commit to Illinois'
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Republican comptroller candidate says she would 'commit to Illinois'

The Republican candidate for Illinois comptroller would "commit to Illinois" if elected, saying Democratic Comptroller Susana Mendoza won't answer whether she will run for mayor of Chicago.

Libertarian Jackson turns to grassroots method to lure voters
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Libertarian Jackson turns to grassroots method to lure voters

QUINCY -- Libertarian candidate for Illinois governor Grayson "Kash" Jackson knows that he is an underdog in the race, but that's not stopping him from hitting the ground and fighting for votes in the Nov. 6 contest. The 40-year-old former naval drill in

Hawley says he would vote to confirm Kavanaugh to U.S. Supreme Court
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Hawley says he would vote to confirm Kavanaugh to U.S. Supreme Court

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley said Wednesday that if he were a member of the U.S. Senate, he would vote to confirm embattled nominee Brett Kavanaugh to a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Early voting kicks off in Illinois

It was a slow start to early voting Thursday in Adams County, but it is expected to pick up as the Nov. 6 election approaches.

Not all WCIL counties on board with election cyber security upgrades
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Not all WCIL counties on board with election cyber security upgrades

The state of Illinois is working to beef up voter security through its Cyber Navigator Program, a program that will require at least half of the $13.9 million in federal funding the state received for election upgrades.

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Missouri voters reject right-to-work law by defeating Proposition A

Missouri voters on Tuesday rejected the Legislature's decision last year to make Missouri the 28th right-to-work state.