News Tribune: Missouri Lawmakers Review Election Security As Top Goal


Missouri lawmakers are renewing their approach to election security and integrity ahead of the next legislative session.

The Missouri House of Representatives Elections and Elected Officials Committee held a hearing Tuesday morning to discuss election security and initiative petition reform.

After 28 bills came out of the committee last session, only one of them — HB 685 — made it past the state Senate and onto the governor’s desk.

Committee Chairman Dan Shaul, R-Imperial, said he wants to use the interim to prepare policy and hit the ground running when the next legislative session starts in January.

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