4/4: Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft expressed his frustrations with the government's limitations on his ability to investigate voter fraud.
4/3: The Missouri House just passed a bill that would allow Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft to subpoena power during his voter fraud investigations.
10/24: Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft expressed dismay over the limitations imposed on Missouri's voter ID laws by the Federal Courts.
10/23: A Missouri judge decided that voters without ID won't have to sign an affidavit to vote during the midterms.
10/10: Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley has said he will appeal the ruling that struck down part of the state's voter ID law.
9/21: A Missouri appellate court has decided to allow the Clean Missouri initiative to appear on midterm ballots.
9/14: A judge ruled that the Clean Missouri redistricting initiative was too broad to be included on the midterm ballot.
8/31: Republicans are trying to block the Clean Missouri Initiative on redistricting from appearing on the ballot in the midterm elections.
8/8: Greene County in Missouri found that there were no issues implementing the state's new voter ID laws in their latest election.
8/2: Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft speaks on voter fraud in Missouri and the expected turnout for the primary elections.