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Missouri Voter Resources

Voters throughout Missouri can check their registration and polling place on the state website.

To find your sample Missouri ballot and see all candidates and issues, visit the Missouri Voter Lookup.

More information also listed by county below office and proposition listings.


  • Statewide Offices

 

State Auditor

Susan Montee (Democrat)

Tom Schweich (Republican)

Charles W. Baum (Libertarian)

 

U.S. Senator for Missouri

Robin Carnahan (Democrat)

Roy Blunt (Republican)

Jonathan Dine (Libertarian)

Jerry Beck (Constitution)

 

U.S. Congress

(You can use this map to determine your district, or look by Zip Code. The districts listed below are those within the St. Louis Public Radio broadcast area).

 

1st Congressional District
William Lacy Clay (Democrat)

Robyn Hamlin (Republican)

Julie Stone (Libertarian)

 

2nd Congressional District

Arthur Lieber (Democrat)

Todd Akin (Republican)

Steve Mosbacher (Libertarian)

 

3rd Congressional District

John Russell “Russ” Carnahan (Democrat)

Ed Martin (Republican)

– Steven Hedrick (Libertarian, website not available)

Nicholas “Nick” Ivanovich (Constitution)

 

9th Congressional District

Blaine Luetkemeyer (Republican)

Christopher W. Dwyer (Libertarian)

 

Missouri Supreme Court Judge

“Shall Judge ZEL FISCHER of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office?”


  • Statewide Ballot Propositions

 

Constitutional Amendment No. 1

“Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to require the office of county assessor to be an elected position in all counties with a charter form of government, except counties with a population between 600,001-699,999?

It is estimated this proposal will have no costs or savings to state or local governmental entities.”

 

Constitutional Amendment No. 2

“Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to require that all real property used as a homestead by Missouri citizens who are former prisoners of war and have a total service-connected disability be exempt from property taxes?

The number of qualified former prisoners of war and the amount of each exemption are unknown, however, because the number who meet the qualifications is expected to be small, the cost to local governmental entities should be minimal. Revenue to the state blind pension fund may be reduced by $1,200.”

 

Constitutional Amendment No. 3

“Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to prevent the state, counties, and other political subdivisions from imposing any new tax, including a sales tax, on the sale or transfer of homes or any other real estate?

It is estimated this proposal will have no costs or savings to state or local governmental entities.”

 

Proposition A

“Shall Missouri law be amended to:

– repeal the authority of certain cities to use earnings taxes to fund their budgets;

– require voters in cities that currently have an earnings tax to approve continuation of such tax at the next general municipal election and at an election held every 5 years    thereafter;

– require any current earnings tax that is not approved by the voters to be phased out over a period of 10 years; and

– prohibit any city from adding a new earnings tax to fund their budget?

The proposal could eliminate certain city earnings taxes. For 2010, Kansas City and the City of St. Louis budgeted earnings tax revenue of $199.2 million and $141.2 million, respectively. Reduced earnings tax deductions could increase state revenues by $4.8 million. The total cost or savings to state and local governmental entities is unknown.”

 

Proposition B

“Shall Missouri law be amended to:

– require large-scale dog breeding operations to provide each dog under their care with sufficient food, clean water, housing and space; necessary veterinary care; regular exercise and adequate rest between breeding cycles;

– prohibit any breeder from having more than 50 breeding dogs for the purpose of selling their puppies as pets; and – create a misdemeanor crime of (puppy mill cruelty) for any violations?

It is estimated state governmental entities will incur costs of $654,768 (on-going costs of $521,356 and one-time costs of $133,412). Some local governmental entities may experience costs related to enforcement activities and savings related to reduced animal care activities.”

 

  • More Information/Offices by County

 

St. Louis City

St. Louis County

St. Louis County Executive

–  Charlie A. Dooley (Democrat)

Bill Corrigan (Republican)

– Theo (Ted) Brown, Sr. (Libertarian, website unavailable)

St. Charles County

Jefferson County

Franklin County

Warren County


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