Ashcroft Visits Chillicothe To Encourage Missouri Voters To Cast a Ballot

Secretary of State “J” (John) Ashcroft visited Chillicothe this (Wednesday) morning, encouraging Missouri residents to vote.  The general election is November 3rd, and you can register to vote through October 7th.  Ashcroft says he wants you to have your voice heard by casting your ballot. Ashcroft says if you have questions there are a few places to get answers. To […]

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This Is Primary Election Day

This is Primary Election Day.  Livingston County voters will have an opportunity to narrow some of the races that will be decided in November and in some cases, will decide races where the candidates are all within a single party.  As this is a primary, you will need to select a ballot for one of the available parties; Republican, Democrat, […]

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Polling Places For Municipal Election

The polls opened at 6:00 this morning for the Municipal Election that was delayed from April 7th.  In Livingston County the polling places include: PRECINCT                                          POLLING PLACE 1ST Ward, Chillicothe City                    United Methodist Church 2ND Ward, Chillicothe City                    Turning Point Church 2ND Ward, Rich Hill City                       Turning Point Church 3RD Ward, Chillicothe City                    Calvary Baptist Church Family Life Center 3RD […]

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Chillicothe R-II Levy Increase On June 2nd Ballot

Livingston County voters that live in the Chillicothe R-II School District will consider a tax increase when they head to the polls June 2nd.  The school board has proposed an increase in the district’s operating levy of 68 cents per $100 valuation.  Superintendent Dan Wiebers explains. Wiebers explains how that will affect the typical homeowner. He says without the levy […]

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Missouri Presidential Preference Primary Is Tuesday

Missouri’s Presidential Preference Primary is Tuesday.  Registered Missouri voters can go to the ballots Tuesday and make a choice. This is a partisan primary election, so you will be asked to select only one political party’s ballot to vote at the time you check-in. Missouri conducts “open” primaries.  That means voters are not registered with a specific party affiliation. The […]

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