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0000017b-27e8-d2e5-a37b-7fffd9f70000On November 8, Missourians chose their next governor, determined races for U.S. congressional seats and several for the Missouri statehouse. In addition, voters decided among five proposed changes to the Missouri constitution.See the election results here, and view our coverage below on the local candidates and issues. Post election, we're continuing to add to our coverage with related content.

Not Registered to Vote? Deadline Approaching

Scott Harvey
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KSMU
Greene County Courthouse/Credit: Scott Harvey

Those not yet registered to vote or who’ve recently established residency in Missouri have until Wednesday in order to vote in the general election.

In Greene County, you can register to vote or update your registration record in person at the County Clerk’s office or any Springfield-Greene County Library branch.

Mail-in registrations will also be accepted if they are postmarked by Wednesday. They can be found here.

Greene County Clerk Shane Schoeller reminds citizens that when registering to bring along an acceptable form of identification, such as a valid driver’s license, current utility bill or bank statement. These forms of acceptable identification can be found here.

While state and federal laws do not disqualify anyone for moving within a county, Schoeller urges anyone who has moved or changed his/her name to contact his office to avoid unnecessary delays on Election Day. These changes must be completed in writing. The clerk’s office is located in room 113 of the Greene County Courthouse, 940 North Boonville. Office phone number is 417-868-4060.

View a sample Greene County ballot for the November 8 General Election.