Recount underway for Missouri “Right to Farm” amendment


According to The Daily Statesman, “Right to Farm” amendment ballot recounts are underway in Missouri counties.

The amendment passed Aug. 5 with a 499,581 to 497,091 vote. Opponents of the amendment requested a recount.

In Stoddard County, the recount matched the original tally. Each county is conducting its recount independently. The statewide recount will be tallied by mid-September.

The amendment aims to protect the rights of farmers and ranchers, but supporters and opponents of the amendment believe that it will only serve certain groups.

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Via: The Daily Statesman > Recount: County vote total stays same on amendment

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