Voter turnout is expected to be light in today’s municipal elections in the Lake area. Camden County officials are predicting 12 percent of the county’s registered voters will go to the polls. Becky Farris is chief deputy clerk:
Those issues include a $5 million bond issue in the Lake of the Ozarks Fire Protection District, and a controverial sewer bond issue in Macks Creek. The polls are open until 7 P-M:
If you don’t have your voter ID card,a driver’s license or state ID card is also acceptable identification. So is a utility bill or payroll check with you name and home address print on it. And even if you don’t have I-D, you may still cast a ballot if two supervising election judges attest they know you.
Miller County clerk Clayton Jenkins is anticipating light voter turnout there, as well:
Morgan County clerk Cathy Daniels says she’s expecting about a 7 percent turnout:
That Stover school bond issue would raise the tax levy ceiling in the Morgan County R-1 district to $4 per $100 assessed valuation.
It shouldn’t take long to count the ballots tonight, as Becky Farris explains: