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0000017b-27e8-d2e5-a37b-7fffd9c20000Below, check out our coverage of the candidates and issues on the general election ballot for Missouri.The polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 4. For local polling or ballot details, find your election authority here.Don't know where to vote? Or have other voter-related questions? Click here.On Election Night, 7 p.m. or later: Choose among statewide results and Greene County results.

Roughly 40 Percent of Registered Missourians to Vote Tuesday

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Missouri Secretary of State

Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander is predicting just under 40 percent voter turnout for next Tuesday’s general election.

The 39.81 percent estimate is a compilation of the local turnout estimates submitted to Kander’s office by the election authorities in each county. If met, the figure accounts for 1.6 million votes to be cast.

In Greene County, clerk Richard Struckhoff expects turnout to be between 38 and 43 percent. That’s lower than the 2010 midterm election, when 46 percent of registered voters cast ballots. Struckhoff says over 2,100 absentee ballots have already been requested.

Polling places will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday. Unofficial results will be updated on the Missouri secretary of state’s website throughout election night.

Voters can find the address of their polling place, view a sample ballot and learn what type of identification to bring at www.GoVoteMissouri.com.

Visit the KSMU election coverage page for more details on the candidates, ballot issues and results.