Moore reflects on decision to not run
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Moore reflects on decision to not run

Kyle Moore says he decided not seek re-election about two weeks ago, but until that point he kept the option open.

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Early voting kicks off in Illinois
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Early voting kicks off in Illinois

More than 100 people cast their ballots in less than an hour Thursday morning when the Adams County clerk's office opened for the first day of early voting in Illinois.

Moore won't seek third term as Quincy mayor
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Moore won't seek third term as Quincy mayor

Mayor Kyle Moore will not seek a third term next year. In a video posted to his Facebook page Thursday morning, Moore confirmed that he will not seek re-election.

Adams County to offer drop box for mailed ballots
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Adams County to offer drop box for mailed ballots

The Adams County clerk's office has installed a ballot drop box for the Nov. 3 election.

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Pike County, Mo., primary election dispute leads to lawsuit

The outcome of a trial on Tuesday will determine if Pike County voters are asked to return to the ballot box or if the results of the Aug. 4 election will stand.

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Perkins will be unopposed in race to fill 40th Missouri House district seat

The former mayor of Bowling Green blew past four opponents to win the Republican nomination for the 40th District seat in the Missouri House of Representatives during Tuesday's Primary Election.

Local voters split on Amendment 2 as Missouri passes Medicaid expansion
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Local voters split on Amendment 2 as Missouri passes Medicaid expansion

Missouri voters on Tuesday approved expanding Medicaid eligibility to many of the state's poorest adults, making the increasingly-conservative state the second to join the Affordable Care Act program through the ballot box during the pandemic.

Democratic Congressional Candidate Forum set for July 19 in Bowling Green
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Democratic Congressional Candidate Forum set for July 19 in Bowling Green

The race to become northern Missouri's next congressional representative will come to Bowling Green on Sunday, July 19, as three Democrats vying for their party's nomination will participate in a candidate forum.