The Secretary of State’s Office says 72 percent of Missouri’s registered voters are predicted to cast ballots in the November 6th general election. The estimate is a compilation of local turnout predictions submitted by county clerks around the state.
In the Lake area, Miller County clerk Clayton Jenkins says he predicts a turnout of 70 percent:
Camden County Clerk Rowland Todd is predicting “75-80 percent”:
And, in Morgan County, clerk Cathy Daniels expect a 75 percent turnout at the polls:
All county clerks offices will be open on Saturday, for in-person absentee voting. Today is the deadline for requesting an absentee ballot.