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Missouri Secretary of State’s Office announced Tuesday 72 percent of Missouri’s registered voters is expected to vote in the Nov. 6 general election. This estimate is a compilation of local turnout predictions submitted to the secretary of state’s office by 116 local election authorities around the state.
If predictions holds true, more than 3 million of Missouri’s 4.19 million registered voters will cast ballots. In the 2008 general election, actual voter turnout in Missouri was just above 69 percent.
Polling places will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Unofficial results – from the governor to state house races – will be updated on the Missouri Secretary of State’s website, www.sos.mo.gov, throughout election night. Voters can also visit www.GoVoteMissouri.com to verify their registration, find a polling place location, view a sample ballot and know their options for acceptable voting identification to take to the polls.
Winners of local races will be posted Wednesday on The Richmond News Web site, www.richmond-dailynews.com. A complete report of the election will be published in the Thursday, Nov. 8, newspaper.
Camden – Masonic Lodge
Crystal Lakes – Crystal Lakes Clubhouse
Elkhorn – Wood Heights City Hall
Excelsior Springs – Wood Heights City Hall
Hardin – Hardin City Hall
Henrietta – Henrietta City Hall
Homestead Village – Crystal Lakes Clubhouse
Knoxville – Ray County Road Shed
Lawson – Lawson City Hall
Millville – Millville United Methodist Church basement
Orrick – Orrick Community Center
Rayville – Rayville City Hall
Richmond Wards 1-4 – Ray County Courthouse lobby
Stet – Stet fire station
Wood Heights – Wood Heights City Hall
Polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.