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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.

Voters Can Learn about District 132, 135 Candidates at Forum

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Candidates for Missouri House of Representatives Districts 132 and 135 will participate in a forum tomorrow night (11/3) in Springfield.  The forum is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Southwest Missouri and Community Partnership of the Ozarks.

The incumbent in both of those races is not seeking re-election. The 132nd District representative, Charlie Norr, isn’t running due to term limits, while the 135th District representative, Lincoln Hough, decided not to seek re-election and instead is running for Greene County Commissioner.

The 132nd District candidates include Democrat Crystal Quade, Republican Thomas Quinn and Libertarian Chris Burros.

The 135th District candidates include Democrat Randy Alberhasky, Republican Steve Helms and Libertarian David Carr.

The audience will be able to ask questions during the forum from 6 to 8 tomorrow night at First Baptist Church, 525 South Ave.

Voters can learn more about House District candidates in southwest Missouri here.