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August 3rd Primary Election Ballot Proposals
Commentary by Jim Day
August 3rd voters around the State of Missouri will be going to
the polls to choose candidates within their chosen political parties
who (should they win their election) will go on to represent their
parties in the upcoming November 2nd General Elections.
Along with the Primary
candidates on the ballot, there will be various city and county proposals put before the voters and, this year,
there will also be two very important State Constitutional Amendments
that will be appearing on the ballot.
Amendment 1, will allow voters to decide whether or not the corruption
riddled, life and family destroying blight of gambling should
be allowed in Rockaway Beach, Missouri. Rockaway is not even a
stones throw away from the home of a multitude of wholesome, family
oriented entertainment and vacation sites in Branson,
MetroVoice strongly urges voters to
VOTE “NO” on this amendment.
second Constitutional Amendment that will be on the ballot (Amendment
2) is one which strengthens and clarifies existing state law regarding
the God ordained and sanctified institution of marriage. This extremely
important amendment makes it perfectly clear that ONLY the union
of one man and one woman shall constitute a valid and state recognized
marriage in Missouri.
The actual amendment language reads: “Shall the Missouri Constitution
be amended so that to be valid and recognized in the State of Missouri
is only the union of one man and one woman.” The MetroVoice strongly urges voters to VOTE
“YES” on the marriage amendment.
St. Louis County Citizens
To Put Casino Expansion to a Vote
by Jim Day
On June 29, 2004, the St. Louis County Council voted 5-2 in
favor of entering into an agreement with Pinnacle Entertainment,
Inc. to build and operate a new 300 million dollar
in Lemay, MO – without voter approval!
Wednesday, July 7th, some 1,500 signatures were delivered
to the St. Louis County Council by Mark Andrews, founder
of Casino Watch, which put the Council's agreement on temporary
hold. The purpose of that hold, is to allow Casino Watch,
in accordance with county statutes, time to gather signatures
to put a proposal on the November 2004 General Election
Ballot, that will allow the citizens of St. Louis County
to decide whether or not they want yet another casino in
the St. Louis area. In essence, the question that will be
on the November ballot – provided enough petition signatures
are obtained -- will say, "Shall a new casino
be allowed in South St. Louis County?"
However, to even
allow voters the opportunity to answer this question, a
minimum of 25,000 signatures must be gathered proportionately
from all seven St. Louis County districts and those signatures
must be certified as registered voters in St. Louis County.
Casino Watch, along with several other organizations that
will be helping in this effort, need some 49,000 signatures
to assure acceptance of the initiative as a safe guard against
possible errors such as illegible signatures, unregistered
voters, etc. The
signed petitions must be in the hands of the organizations
NOT LATER THAN THURSDAY, AUGUST 12TH to be filed with the
St. Louis County Board of Elections.
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