It’s election day! And your vote matters, so take the time to get out to the poll and make a difference in the future of our region.
Today voters will help decide not only on various candidates to serve as our elected officials, but also on very important amendments to the state constitution. Today’s primary includes extremely important issues, including the transportation network in Missouri. Outcomes are determined by those who participate, and that is why your vote counts today, as we work to shape our transportation systems in Missouri and within the St. Louis region. A yes vote on amendment 7 is a yes vote for vital transportation updates to our roads and bridges. A yes vote on amendment 7 is a vote for an increase of network connectivity for alternative modes of transportation, such as transit and non-motorized, including pedestrians and bicyclists.
We urge your to be well informed and engaged when you make your way to the polls and have provided a complete list of links that may use as you partake in this important day in Missouri History.
Information on polls and what you should have when you go to vote can be found at the site for the Missouri Secretary of the State, here.
St. Louis Post Dispatch coverage of the MO primaries, including issues and candidates, here.
MoDOT Amendment 7 project list, here.
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