You Decide 2012: Missouri Election Results

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You Decide 2012: There are no statewide races in Missouri but proposed tax hikes and bond issues drove voters to polls in St. Louis County.

The only issue on every ballot in St. Louis County is the $100 million bond issue to replace the county's aging family court building and updating other older buildings. Yes: 59% No: 41%. This requires a 4/7ths majority or 57.14%.

In Ladue the district is asking for a 49-cent property tax increase on every $100 of assessed value to increase revenues for running the district. Yes: 53% No: 47%

Turnout was steady at the city hall in Creve Couer until the polls closed at 7pm. But overall, turnout at St. Louis County's 448 polling stations was around 20%.

Poll workers and volunteers worked from sun up to sun down and now watch the results roll in from a day of civic duty. Creve Couer officials expect about 2,500 residents will have voted on the various issues.

See more details about the fate of Prop "S"

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