Local Missouri Voting 1
Enter your information and your polling location will pop up. Below that, you can click for a map to your polling place. And below that, you can link to a sample of your very own ballot. This is where you will see what district you are in for both the U.S. and state representatives. For instance, I am U.S. District 3 and State District 61. This means I don’t get to vote for Lacy Clay for U.S. rep, and I can only vote for Chris Carter (or myself) as my state rep. (Yes, I am aware I actually can write in anyone.)
From this post on, I will address each race and hopefully amendment and proposition. When it comes to state and local levels, I have been known to vote for four different parties on one ballot. So I will not be advocating or refuting anything. I am simply going to collect links that will facilitate your own research. I may mention a particular stance if it is predominate in my research. It will all come down to the time I can spend on it, of course.
I hope you find this helpful or at least motivating. The presidential election is very important, but that’s no excuse to get into a voting booth and read the amendments for the first time or vote for a person because you like their name. Educate yourself! God Bless America!