Low Voter Turnout Expected For Missouri Primary
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)– Tuesday is primary day in Missouri. Candidates spent this last day trying to get out the vote.
Republicans will decide tomorrow who their nominee will be for governor, lieutenant governor and the U.S. Senate.
Democrats in the first congressional district will decide between two incumbent congressmen.
And there’s a constitutional amendment on the ballot making it easier to pray in schools and elsewhere in public.
But with all that, turnout is expected to be around 25 percent. The polls open tomorrow at six a-m and close at 7.
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