Contested Races, Money Issues on Tuesday’s Ballot
Tuesday is municipal election day in Missouri.
In Hannibal, there are a couple of uncontested city council races, along with Proposition R, asking the voters to approve a $1.90 cent monthly recycling fee to support the city’s recycling program.
Elsewhere, six candidates are vying for three seats on the Marion County School Board. In Palmyra, there’s a contest for the third ward city council seat.
And there is a contest for Sub-District 5 director on the Marion County Ambulance District Board.
In Tuesday’s municipal election, Ralls County voters will go to the polls to elect three to the Ralls County R-2 school board from a field of six candidates.
There will also be a bond issue for construction, renovation and improvements at Mark Twain Junior and Senior High School, along with a question on the district’s operating tax levy.
Ralls County voters will be asked to approve a half-cent sales tax for law enforcement, roads and bridges and general revenue.
And, there are contested faces for one seat on the Public Water Supply District board, along with contested races for mayor and ward one alderman in Center.