Nicole Galloway on Government Reform
Notary requirement for mail ballot is voter suppression
Q: Support stricter ID requirements and other rules on voting?
Nicole Galloway: No. "Missouri's notary requirement [to vote by mail] is voter suppression--especially during a pandemic. It makes voting absentee more difficult by design."
Mike Parson: Yes. As state senator voted for constitutional amendment to require photo ID and prove citizenship. Signed bill allowing voting by mail only if ballots are notarized, except if the voter is susceptible to COVID.
Source: CampusElect survey on 2020 Missouri Gubernatorial race
, Nov 3, 2020
Agrees her office should undergo independent audit
Galloway was in agreement with Senate Majority Leader Caleb Rowden: an independent audit of Galloway's office should be put underway as soon as possible. Biannual audits of the auditor's office are required by state law.
Rowden said the most recent audit was in 2017, and because one did not happen last year--he said the House did not pass the legislation he had filed to do that--"this should have already happened."
Source: Jefferson City News Tribune on 2020 Missouri governor race
, Mar 12, 2020
Government should be totally transparent
We need to completely open up the system and make it totally transparent -- so you know exactly what's happening with your tax dollars. That's the only way we'll be able to take steps to make healthcare more affordable. To make sure every child in this
state, no matter what zip code they live in or how wealthy their family is, gets a great education. To help workers get the skills they need to compete for jobs in this changing economy. To have a government that respects your hard-earned money.
Source: 2020 Missouri Governor campaign website NicoleGalloway.com
, Jan 21, 2020
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