Election

New York promises tuition-free college if students stay in state


County clerk says map error didn't affect Ozark alderman election


Voters elect McClure as Springfield mayor by large margin


Deadline to register to vote in April election is Wednesday


Absentee ballots available Tuesday for April election


All 6 Springfield City Council races have 2 or 3 contenders


Mo. Supreme Court orders K.C. vote on minimum wage despite legal issues


Election infrastructure gets 'critical' label for more federal protection


US senators: Russia should be sanctioned for election hacks


ELECTORAL COLLEGE: Missouri electors say they will stick with Trump


Michigan board to hear Trump's challenge to recount effort


Wisconsin recount to begin Thursday


Clinton blames Comey for election loss


Trump and Obama deliver message of unity


Clinton supporters shocked, disappointed, and afraid


Trump's victory unnerves companies, economists


WATCH: Sen. Roy Blunt declares victory in re-election bid


WATCH: Eric Greitens claims victory as Missouri's next governor


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