State Legislation
On January 4, 2018 HB 1921 was introduced in the Missouri House of Representatives.  It has not yet been scheduled for Committee assignment.

Missouri is a ballot initiative State.  On April 5, 2017, the NPVC Ballot Initiative was certified for circulation of signatures.  Supporters are required to attain 100,126 validated signatures.  Sufficient signatures must be filed by May 6, 2018.

On May 12, 2017 Missouri House of Representatives adjourned the 2017 Session sine die.  These bills have been defeated for the 2017 Session!

On May 12, 2017 HB497 was referred to House Select Committee for future consideration.

On February 9, 2017 HB635 was referred to Committee on Elections and Elected Officials.  

In january 2017, Representative Jon Carpenter introduced the National Popular Vote bill (Status of HB635) and Representative Randy Dunn also introduced the bill (Status of HB497). 

In Feburary 2016, Senators Dave Schatz (R) and Rob Schaaf (R) introduced the National Popular Vote bill into the Missouri Senate (Status of SB 1041).

In January 2016, Representative Tony Dugger (R) introduced the National Popular Vote bill into the Missouri House of Representatives (Status of HB 1959). Representative Jeremy LaFaver (D) introduced an identical bill (Status of HB 2048). Both Representatives Dugger and LaFaver are co-sponsors of the other bill. 


In February 2012, the National Popular Vote bill (HB 1719) was introduced in the Missouri House of Representatives by a bipartisan group including House Speaker Steve Tilley (R), Minority Leader Mike Talboy (D), House Elections Chair Tony Dugger (R), as well as Representatives Pat Conway (D), Stephen Webber (D), Clem Smith (D), Dave Hinson (R), and Sue Entlicher (R). 

In April 2011, the National Popular Vote bill (HB 974) was introduced in the Missouri House of Representatives by a bipartisan group of five Republican and five Democrats, including House Speaker Steve Tilley (R), Minority Leader Mike Talboy (D), Assistant Minority Floor Leader Tishaura Jones (D), Minority Caucus Secretary Sarah Lampe (D) and House Elections Chair Tony Dugger (R) as well as Representatives Pat Conway (D), Dave Hinson (R), Lincoln Hough (R), Todd L. Richardson (R), and Stephen Webber (D).


In January 2009, the National Popular Vote bill was introduced into the Missouri House of Representatives by Representatives Jeff Roorda, Ron Casey, John P. Burnett, Joseph Fallert, Jr., J.C. Kuessner, Bert Atkins, and Ed Schieffer (HB 452). 

On January 23, 2007, Missouri Representatives Jeff Roorda, Sam Page, Belinda Harris, Edward Wildberger, Ron Casey, and Jason R. Holsman introduced the National Popular Vote bill (HB 289) (Status of HB 289) in the House of Representatives for the 2007 legislative session.

In 2006, the National Popular Vote bill (HB 2090) was sponsored by Representative Robert Thane Johnson (R) and Representative Jeff Roorda (D).

On April 25, 2006, the Missouri House Elections Committee held an informational hearing on National Popular Vote's bill and heard testimony from former Congressman John Anderson (R–Illinois and Independent presidential candidate), John Buchanan (the first Republican to represent Birmingham, Alabama in Congress), and National Popular Vote President Barry Fadem.

See the Ballot petition .... Click on the link 
http://www.sos.mo.gov/cmsimages/Elections/Petitions/2018-164.pdf

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