Johnson County Clerk Diane Thompson reminds county residents who are not currently registered that they have until 5:00 p.m. on October 12 to register at the designated voter registration locations, before the books close for the November 8th, 2016 General Election.
Did you vote in the Presidential Primary Election on March 15? We all know just how close things were in Missouri for both the Democrat and Republican candidates. Now you can see a county-by-county breakdown of the vote from across The Show-Me State.
The results are in from the special election. 5.73% of registered voters in Pettis County went to the polls and voted Yes/Yes.
The Sedalia Sales Tax won with 523 votes in favor, 215 against with a percentage of 70.87% to 29.13%
The results are in and the three largest issues in Sedalia were decided early in the night, with only 10% of Pettis County .
The Sedalia School Board will retain Dr. Jeffrey Sharp and Stephanie Lefevers after they defeated challenger Roy Dietzman...