City Voter Turnout Lower Than Expected, Upsets PossibleThe election board was predicting 20 percent voter turnout, and low numbers could set the stage for an upset.
Could There Be Surprise Winner in Race for St. Louis Mayor?A steady flow of St. Louis city voters are going to the polls today to pick candidates for a new mayor -- the first time in 16 years Mayor Francis Slay is not running for re-election.
Judge OKs Putting Soccer Stadium Funding on April BallotRepublican Director of Elections for St. Louis, Gary Stoff, is predicting keen voter interest.
UPDATED: Voters Reporting Problems at the PollsKMOX listeners are reporting broken ballot machines and technical glitches.
City Election Board Prepares for Double-HeaderCity says it has enough machines to handle the job.
Prop 1 is a Lonely Measure on Tuesday's City BallotAn estimated 10 percent of voters are expected and Prop 1 needs a two-thirds majority vote to pass.
TIAM Weekend: Former Ferguson Mayor Brian Fletcher & Metro Christmas ConcertFormer Ferguson Mayor on the state of the community & Gary Stoff on the Metro Christmas Concert
Low Voter Turnout in St. Louis CityProblems have been few, Republican Director of Elections Gary Stoff tells KMOX.
Elections Director Says iPads Will Make for Smoother Check-in During VotingAbout a third of polling places will be equipped with iPads instead of those thick, paper books.
Missouri, Illinois Conducting Voter PurgesA nearly nationwide effort is underway to conduct large data matching efforts designed to identify duplicate and deceased voter registrations.
New Voter IDs Issued to Residents to Match Voter RollsEvery two years election authorities in Missouri are required to conduct a voter canvass to make sure the data base matches the actual number of voters.
Legislators Could Change the Way Missourians VoteA bill that could change the way ballots are cast, awaits one more Senate vote before moving to the house.

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