With just over 12% voter turnout, the election results for Greene County are in. View a summary from the County Clerk's office.
The General Municipal Election will take place on Tuesday, April 8. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Be sure to bring one valid form of identification [pdf] with you.
If you aren't sure your registration is valid or where your polling place is, go to the Voter Registration Lookup and enter your personal information. You will see a result that verifies that you are registered to vote at your current address and lists your polling place.
The ballot includes many issues across the community, including Board of Education choices for the following Greene County school districts:
Several city government positions are open for election as well, including spots for alderman, council member, and mayor in the following communities:
Three communities will have a choice to make regarding board members for Fire Protection Districts:
Residents of the city of Springfield will decide whether to repeal the 3/4-cent pension sales tax. A "no" vote will continue the tax. You can view the full ballot for the county on Greene County's website [pdf].
The following websites and articles provide further information about the local ballot issues and election coverage: