Missouri Secretary of State's Office announces 72 percent voter turnout prediction

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Web Editor - Trevor Wilson

 

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Secretary of State’s Office today announced that 72 percent of Missouri’s registered voters are predicted to vote in the November 6 general election. This estimate is a compilation of local turnout predictions submitted to the secretary of state’s office by the 116 local election authorities around the state.

“During my time in office, we’ve worked diligently with local election officials to ensure Missourians can have confidence in an election system that is fair, accurate and secure,” said Secretary of State Robin Carnahan. “I encourage all eligible Missourians to take the time to vote on November 6 and make their voices heard.” 

If the 72 percent prediction is attained, more than 3 million of Missouri’s 4,190,936 registered voters will cast ballots in the election. In the 2008 general election, actual voter turnout in Missouri was just above 69 percent.

Polling places will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 6. Unofficial results will be updated on the Missouri Secretary of State’s website througout election night. You can access that site by clicking here.

Voters can also verity their registration, find their polling place location, view a sample ballot and know their options for acceptable voting identification to take to the polls by clicking here.

 

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