Should Missouri change how voters amend the state constitution?

Should Missouri change how voters amend the state constitution?

Yes

6

No

3

Yes

6 Comments
Bill Clugston
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Bill Clugston

It's too easy under current law.

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Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

It should be made more difficult to amend, this will preserve it's strength.

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Zaos Gonzolez
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Zaos Gonzolez

Taxes are theft. You have been robbed.

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No

3 Comments
John Starke
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John Starke

It's a power grab. Anyone can see that.

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Lida Vitt
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Lida Vitt

Not without a clear explanation on what they want to change!!!

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Timothy Johnson
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Timothy Johnson

Because the Republicans want to control the voters instead of the voters controlling the government.

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Yes

3 Comments
Frederick Wolfe
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Frederick Wolfe

The Sheriff is an elected official. Elected officials give their opinions all the time and quite often not very nicely. KESQ'S reporting appeared biased against the Sheriff, is that ethical?

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Nine Wire
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Nine Wire

3017 votes. 17 Liberal smack talkers. 18% of the vote. Go put your head back in the sand and leave the thinking to the other 82% of us with a freaking brain.

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Alison Ziemkiewicz
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Alison Ziemkiewicz

Any person should be able to voice thier endorsement in uniform. Plenty of government officials endorse publicly and are not put under the microscope because they aren't wearing a uniform? They are still a public official period. Let's not forget freedom of speech people.

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Patricia S
Patricia S

Of course its OK, but a proven Felon, along with other crimes, bankruptcies (countless). If he can't run his own house, how the hell can he run the country!!!! Jusf poor judgement on Bianco. If Bianco is tired.....just QUIT!!!!

No

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Patricia S
1
Patricia S

Especially if candidate is a convicted Felon, 34 times,regardless of who he is.

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Patricia S
Patricia S

Especially one who has been convicted of 34 felonies!!!!

David Lambert
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David Lambert

I penned letters of recommendation and laundered drug money for PSPD. They can't be trusted.

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Tami R
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Tami R

Military service members are prohibited from endorsing a candidate or position while on active duty; why should it be different for law enforcement?

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Erica Greathouse
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Erica Greathouse

Bianco gave the appearance (as was likely the intent) that this is somehow official. This act warrants a recall. How can ANY law enforcement officer, let alone the TOP law officer, countenance electing a FELON?? Saying the felon's the only one who can get a handle on crime is LUDICROUS.

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Patricia S
Patricia S

Exactly, if Bianco is "tired" ( his word).....then QUIT!!!!

Jeremy Brown
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Jeremy Brown

A lawman celebrating lawlessness is surreal. He's also forgetting that Trump committed real crimes that are not as make-believe as his unhinged rant with very flawed logic. That this is even a news story, this man should NOT have ANY authority over ANYONE.

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MaryRose Wallace
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MaryRose Wallace

He has his right to his opinion however he should not use his position to influence others.

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Mark Cosenza
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Mark Cosenza

Chad seems to be on a power trip,instead of protecting and serving the people who elected him. His endorsement is a slap in the face to his fellow men in blue who were at the capital on J6 putting their lives at risk because of the man he is endorsing.

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Michael
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Michael

Supporting Trump after two impeachments, his involvement with keeping top secret documents, his three trials in which three separate Jurors found Trump guilty: 1) Guilty of Sexual Abuse 2) Guilty of harassing his victim3) 34 counts in NYC. Sheriff Bianco has lost respect by many citizens. So Sad.

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Michael
Michael

Sherriff Bianco, a MAGA Reich member? I didn't see that coming, did anyone?

robert rawley
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robert rawley

Bianco endorses a man found guilty by 12 jurors of 34 felony counts in NY after seeing all the evidence. He refused to enforce mask orders of the governor during COVID. Rather than enforcing & allowing courts to decide, he endangered deputies, staff & the public. He appears a tyrant not a servant.

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Bill Cranham
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Bill Cranham

Our chief law enforcement officer for the County of Riverside, (selective enforcement at best). has endorsed a convicted felon for POTUS not only while in uniform, but using a taxpayer provided vehicle as a backdrop. CHAD BIANCO is a sick joke! Our military are not allowed to campaign in uniform!

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Alan Dusty Bowley
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Alan Dusty Bowley

The uniform is to protect and serve, NOT try to use it To influence people

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Ron Dorsheimer
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Ron Dorsheimer

Makes you wonder if he'll serve and protect people with other political views.

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Patricia S
Patricia S

Actually, he did not, during Covid!!!!!

Do you drive out of your way to find cheaper gas?
KTVZ Asked by KTVZ
624 Votes

Do you drive out of your way to find cheaper gas?

Yes!

1

No!

5

Yes!

1 Comment
Gabe West
0
Gabe West

Biden needs to open the keystone pipeline and resume oil drilling

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No!

5 Comments
Rick Allen
0
Rick Allen

NO I wont be inconvenienced to go out of my way and that is silly because you using fuel while driving out of your way, there is no benefit!

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Jane CommunityMember
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Jane CommunityMember

I already live near one of the cheapest places in Bend. There's a station in Madras that has much lower prices, but it's not worth the time and gas to drive there just to fill up.

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Sussie Due
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Sussie Due

Thats like going from grocery store to grocery store to use coupons. In the end you waste money.

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Scott Mccoy
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Scott Mccoy

Saving even five cents a gallon is only going to save you fifty cents on a ten gallon fill-up.

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