Updated with comment from Robin Carnahan.
Missourians who are unable to make it to the polls next month can begin voting by absentee ballot today.
Absentee ballots are available to voters who expect to be out of town on Election Day or if illness, disability or religious beliefs prevent them from going to the polls on Nov. 6.
Secretary of State Robin Carnahan says the process is quite simple.
A new audit of the St. Louis city Board of Elections Commissioners finds the agency has made progress in reducing the number of duplicate voters on its rolls, but the report released today found other issues at the board.
An attorney who successfully challenged Missouri's photo ID law for voters in 2006 plans a new legal argument if the requirement is revived.
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