Missouri Amendments Update

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Out of the 2235 precincts that have turned in their totals in, the following are the results for each the amendments on the Missouri General Ballot.

Amendment two has 72.65 percent of those votes voting in its favor. If passed would allow previous criminal actions to be brought up in court when dealing with prosecution for sexual crimes with a minor.

77.38 percent of the voters have voted against Amendment three. Amendment three proposes for teachers to be evaluated on student performance, standard evaluation system, and require teachers to enter three year or less contracts with public school districts.

72.57percent of the voters are against amendment 6. The amendment would permit voting in person or by mail six days before the election day in general elections. The cost would be funded by the state.

58.35 percent say yes to Amendment 10. The amendment would limit the governor’s ability to make budgetary decisions and would provide a legislative check on the governor’s decisions to restrict funding for education and oher state services.

58.72 percent say yes to Amendment 10. The amendment would limit the governor’s ability to make budgetary decisions and would provide a legislative check on the governor’s decisions to restrict funding for education and oher state services