Americans for CItizen Voting



State Constitution

The Missouri Constitution states: “All citizens of the United States”

Legislative Watch


HJR 59: Amend the constitution removing “All” and replacing with “Only” citizens of the united states.

February 8, 2023: Introduced and first read.

February 9, 2023: Read second time.


House Amendment 1 aka HJR 20, 2, 9, & 27: For purposes of this article, only citizens of the United States of America who are residents of the State of Missouri and who are properly registered to vote in the State of Missouri shall be considered legal voters.

March 25, 2021: Second read and referred: Local Government and Elections

News of Interest

“The House panel then endorsed House Joint Resolution 48, filed by Rep. Curtis Trent, R-Springfield, in a partisan 7-2 vote that would ask Missouri voters to adopt a constitutional amendment clarifying ‘only’ citizens older than 18 can legally vote in elections.” Read More

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