Since taking office in January and being tasked with implementing the voter ID law, we have been sharing one simple, easy-to-understand message: “If you’re registered to vote, you can vote.” Missouri’s new voting requirements took effect on June 1, 2017, and local election authorities have held two successful elections thus far. Not one registered voter […]View
After graduating from high school in Jefferson City, I earned both my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Engineering Management from the University of Missouri at Rolla (now Missouri S&T). Click here to read more.
Tensions in this country are high. Our nation is as divided politically as I can ever remember. On the issue of the day, people run to their political camps as quickly as possible and begin hurling insults at those with whom they disagree. Our founders knew what they were doing when they designed our form […]View
I voted against the constitutional amendment that passed last year requiring a valid photo ID for voting in Missouri elections, beginning with the local election Aug. 8. Like many of you, I suspect, I thought the requirement, heavily promoted by Republicans, was really intended more to discourage voting by minorities, poor people and new citizens […]View
“[Jay Ashcroft] is the true conservative in this race, someone you can trust. I hope you’ll give him your support. I am certainly happy to give him mine.” – Mike Huckabee