It look's like you don't have Adobe Flash Player installed. Get it now.
For those of you considering running for office in Greene County this year, it's time to get your names added to the ballot. KSMU's Jennifer Moore has details.
There are several positions up for grabs in this year's county elections, due to incumbents either retiring or deciding not to seek re-election. Greene County Sherriff and Circuit Clerk are among the official titles which will bring in new faces in this year's elections.
County Clerk Richard Struckhoff met with the chairpersons of the Republican, Democratic and Libertarian parties in Greene County today to go over entry procedures. Struckhoff says the race officially opens next week.
Struckhoff says this year, candidates must complete an additional step before they can enter the race.
The form which candidates must fill out can be downloaded and printed from the Department of Revenue's website, which is dor.mo.gov. The form must be signed before a notary and be mailed to the Department of Revenue. Candidates must present a copy of the form when they register at the County Clerk's office.
Those candidates who register on February 26 will be included in the lottery to see which order candidates' names will appear on the ballot in the August 5th primary.
For KSMU News, I'm Jennifer Moore.