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Voters in Missouri braved severe weather conditions today as they headed to the polls. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
From tornado and flash flood warnings in Southwest Missouri to Winter Storm warnings across northern Missouri...the weather made getting to the polls a challenge for some voters.
Many local election authorities had expected higher than normal turnout for the hotly contested primaries but the weather may put a damper on that.
Secretary of State Robin Carnahan is Missouri's chief election official.
"What kind of state is it where we have a snow storm and blizzard in part of the state and tornados in another part so it seems like we're seeing an awful lot of unusual weather. But I also know people are still getting out to vote."
Missouri wasn't the only Super Tuesday state where voters dealt with severe weather...voters faced wintry conditions in states such as New Mexico, Idaho, Illinois, and Nebraska.