Election Day has arrived and Missourians who haven’t cast their ballot by mail or voted early are heading to the polls.
Alongside the presidential election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, Missouri will decide who will be the next governor, elect state representatives, and vote on whether to change the amendment Clean Missouri and add term limits.
Polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. If you’re still in line when a polling place closes, you will be allowed to vote, according to the Secretary of State’s website.
As Missouri tallies up the election results, here’s where you can see them live. Check back for updates here.
Real-time Missouri general election results
Live election results: Click here for the Springfield-area local election results
Here’s a look at some of the races happening this year.
- R – Mike Parson (incumbent)
- D – Nicole Galloway
- Green – Jerome H. Bauer
- Libertarian – Rik Combs
Missouri’s House of Representatives
- R – Eric Schmitt (incumbent)
- D – Richard Finneran
- L – Kevin Babcock
Election 2020:Here are the candidates for Missouri attorney general
Secretary of State
- R – Jay Ashcroft (incumbent)
- D – Yinka Faleti
- Constitution – Paul Venable
- G – Paul Lehmann
- L – Carl Herman Freese
Election 2020:Here are the candidates for Missouri Secretary of State
- R – Mike Kehoe (inc)
- D – Alissia Canady
- G – Kelley Dragoo
- L – Bill Slantz
- R – Scott Fitzpatrick (inc)
- D -Vicki Englund
- G – Joseph Civettini
- L – Nick Kasoff
Amendment 1 – Term limits
Amendment 1 would apply the two-term, eight-year caps on the governor and treasurer to the state auditor, attorney general, lieutenant governor and secretary of state.
On the 2020 ballot:Amendment 1 would extend term limits to the final few without them
Amendment 3 – RE: Clean Missouri
Amendment 3 is about reversing and reducing changes made by the a constitutional amendment Clean Missouri, which was passed two years ago.
On the 2020 ballot:Here’s what you need to know about Missouri’s Amendment 3