Greene County Clerk Shane Schoeller

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This week on Making Democracy Work, host Lisa Langley speaks with Shane Schoeller, Greene County Clerk.

Today’s discussion talks about voter registration, existing and new polling places, and other updates related to election process looking ahead to next year's presidential election.

Michele Skalicky

If you’re not yet registered to vote and you want to cast a ballot in the April 2nd General Municipal Election, you have until tomorrow to register.

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Update at 9:45 AM, Nov. 7, 2018:    Voter turnout in Greene County for Tuesday's midterm election was a very high 71 percent, according to county election results.

Greene County clerk Shane Schoeller had estimated voters would turnout between 55 and 60 percent.  As ballot boxes began to arrive at the Greene County Election Headquarters after the polls closed, staff described the boxes as "heavy" and "full."

Courtesy of Greene County Clerk's Office

This week on Making Democracy Work, host Lisa Langley, speaks with Greene County Clerk Shane Schoeller.

Today’s discussion talks about the new central polling place that will be available for the August 7th election, as well as an overview of general election information.

Anyone who plans to vote in Missouri’s August 7th primary election must register to vote by Wednesday, July 11.

In Greene County, voter registration can be done in Room 113 of the Historic Courthouse, 940 N. Boonville in Springfield, at any branch library or any DMV license office.

Postcard mail-in registrations will also be accepted if they are postmarked by Wednesday.

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