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STLCO Election Board 4h
Official results are in from the Aug. 7 ! Review them here: Our audit of all 273,592 ballots cast and a hand-recount of 5% of precincts (randomly selected) are completed. Thank you to all who made their voices heard!
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STLCO Election Board 11h
The Board of Election Commissioners of St. Louis County will hold their monthly Board Meeting tomorrow, 8/21 at 2PM. The public is encouraged to attend these meetings. Please enter through the main entrance located at 715 Northwest Plaza Dr.
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STLCO Election Board Aug 20
The candidate filing deadline for the Nov is tomorrow! Candidates for some municipal offices - the Crestwood Mayoral Special Election and the board of STL Co's 5 Street Light Maintenance Districts -are not selected through a primary.
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STLCO Election Board Aug 18
Based on unofficial results, turn-out in STL Co was 42% with 273,000+ ballots cast for the . The avg. age of voters was 56 and a majority of voters used a MO driver’s license at the polls. Check back on Aug 21 for official results!
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STLCO Election Board Aug 17
Replying to @scotbull1
Good point - it is hard to see in the video, but there is another person in the room assisting. We do everything related to tabulation of votes in bipartisan teams to ensure fairness and accuracy!
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STLCO Election Board Aug 17
On our website () we will announce a complete list of candidates and issues that will appear on the Nov. ballot in St. Louis County before Absentee Voting opens on Sep. 25
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STLCO Election Board Aug 17
-Tabulating the votes from an election takes 2 weeks. The results you see on Election Day are unofficial. We release official results after we audit and certify the votes w/ . Expect official results from the primary Aug 21!
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STLCO Election Board Aug 17
we should know what will be on November's ballot by the end of Aug, barring any delay with petitions being certified. In Sept, you will be able to see what will be on your ballot by going to 's website & entering your address:
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STLCO Election Board Aug 16
workers payroll is nearly complete! Checks will be sent out on Aug 24. If you worked with us and would like to pick up your check at our offices rather than having it mailed, contact your coordinator to make arrangements BEFORE Aug 23.
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STLCO Election Board Aug 15
Our high school volunteers conducted a survey about voters’ experiences during the . They found that 92% of voters surveyed weren’t confused about Missouri’s voter ID law and 84% of voters surveyed waited less than 5 min to receive a voter ticket.
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STLCO Election Board Aug 14
Today, Dir participated in a exercise with in Jefferson City. Happy to be a part of this vital discussion with partners at all levels of govt
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STLCO Election Board Aug 14
Replying to @PeteB2
And section 115.503 details the verification process:
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STLCO Election Board Aug 14
Replying to @PeteB2
, thank you for pointing out the lack of info on the website. We will correct that. To answer your question, here is a link that shows the model TS we use: Section 115.479 of MO's election law details the auditing process:
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STLCO Election Board Aug 14
Replying to @PeteB2
The paper record is used to audit the initial count for all ballots whether submitted to us via paper or touchscreen device.
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STLCO Election Board Aug 14
We have been talking with the since Election Day about these issues and will continue to work to make our procedures better. We heard about the issue in the morning and promptly corrected the workers at effected locations.
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STLCO Election Board Aug 14
Replying to @PeteB2
To ensure voters are making the selections they intend, our touch screen voting machines require the voter to verify their selections on the review screen before casting a ballot. Also while voting, voters can view the paper record of their votes as it is being created.
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STLCO Election Board Aug 14
Before the we received 850+ mail-in absentee ballots that were damaged - torn, had coffee spilled on them, stray marks, etc. When this happens, in bipartisan teams, we must transfer the votes onto a new ballot to ensure they are counted.
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STLCO Election Board Aug 13
Members of the Military and other U.S. citizens living abroad can ! Before the Aug. 7 primary, the BOE received 480 absentee ballot requests through UOCAVA - the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act.
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STLCO Election Board Aug 11
Thank you high school volunteers! This 11 students volunteered to help at the polls, getting a front row seat to democracy in action. If a student you know wants to help in Nov. & earn a paycheck or service hours, click here:
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STLCO Election Board Aug 10
- In STL Co we had a 42% turnout rate for the Aug 7 primary! This is the highest turn-out rate in a election since 2004. Thank you so much to the 273,000+ STL Co residents who made their voices heard by casting their ballots!
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