As of now, Missouri voters will not be voting this November on a measure that would require photo identification at the polls. That’s following a court ruling issued earlier this week.
Birth records for presidential and vice presidential candidates would need to be publicly available for those appearing on Missouri ballots.
Missouri lawmakers are trying again to require voters to show photo identification at the polls.
House members Tuesday gave first-round approval to the photo-ID requirement by a 104-54 vote. The measure needs another vote before moving to the Senate.
Boone County is collaborating with MU and the Secretary of State to develop new voting system technologies for military and overseas voters.