What to know before heading to polls in Missouri

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Election season is almost over.

After more than a year of rallies, speeches, debates and ad blitzes, Missourians on Tuesday will make their final choices in races for the White House, Congress, the Governor’s Mansion and state legislature.

To prepare for the big day, we’ve put together answers to some of the last-minute questions you may have about in-person voting, the rules at the polls, and when to expect results to arrive.

If you want to vote an absentee ballot early and you qualify to do so, today’s your last chance.

Greene County residents can go to 940 Boonville Ave., Room 113, in Springfield, from 8 a.m-5 p.m.; Christian County residents can go to 100 W. Church St., Room 304, in Ozark from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

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Editor is WebTech Group (WTG). WTG is a web hosting, design, SEO, press release distribution company and news agency located in St. Louis, Missouri. Site is owned and operate multiple news sites in the region. Our objective with STLNewsMissouri.com is to offer readers a one-stop news site for Missouri news. We aggregate news from news media across the state. We do not aggregate news from all sources. We pick from those that offer RSS feeds and pick the best with eliminating those that might produce the same news stories, written differently.
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