School board election turnout estimated at 15-18 percent, says county clerk


Election turnout amongst Greene County voters is anticipated to be between 15-18 %, in accordance to Greene County Clerk Shane Schoeller — an increase from final year’s municipal election.

When admitting there is “no specific way” to identify voter turnout ahead of the April 5 election, Schoeller instructed the Information-Leader voter desire appeared to be relatively superior in Springfield’s college board election and other regional races in the county.

“It’s two elements. There seems to be a whole lot of voter interest in some of the community races. And there are some ballot thoughts in other jurisdictions. These have a tendency to convey out other voters.”

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According to Schoeller, municipal elections are likely to only convey out 9-12 % of voters. Final year’s April election noticed a 13.25 percent turnout amongst Greene County voters.

The Greene County Clerk’s Business expects a “sleek” election on April 5.

“We had a ten week preparation period of time. We have all the things we have to have for tomorrow to go effortlessly and make positive voters are equipped to vote,” Schoeller claimed.

As component of a new website for their office environment, voters will be capable to stick to effects on the internet as they come in following polls close by traveling to

Polls open at 6 a.m. April 5 and near at 7 p.m. Voters can come across their polling site at the county site.

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Greene County has 75 assigned polling spots through the county for Election Working day. There are also 4 central polling places created for any Greene County registered voter to vote at on Election Working day.

  • Missouri State Davis-Harrington Welcome Heart, 1148 E Bear Blvd.

  • Mercy Healthcare facility, 1235 E Cherokee St

  • Town Utilities Transit Heart, 211 N Main Ave

  • CoxHealth Healthcare Centre South, 3801 S National Ave

Every polling place has curbside voting offered for these voters who are not able to go within the spot. Upon ask for, a bi-partisan team can aid a voter with marking a ballot. A voter can also bring a man or woman of their picking to support assist them in marking a ballot.

Voters can connect with the County Clerk’s Office at 417-868-4060 if they come upon any challenges on Election Day.

This report originally appeared on Springfield News-Leader: School board election turnout approximated at 15-18 p.c


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Natasha M. McKnight

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