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Voters head to the polls in Missouri for the primary election. KSMU's Missy Shelton has more on voter turnout predictions.
Voters head to the polls in Missouri tomorrow for the primary election. Election officials project a voter turnout of 31 percent statewide. Here in Southwest Missouri, Greene County Clerk Richard Struckhoff has a more conservative prediction.
Struckhoff says his expectations for voter turnout have shifted some in recent days.
Struckhoff reminds voters that you'll have to indicate which party ballot you want: Republican, Democratic or Libertarian. Voters living in Springfield have the option to choose an issues only ballot which would feature the question of whether to continue the one-eighth of one cent sales tax to fund transportation improvements.