Missouri Voters to Decide Ballot Measures Nov. 6
Missourians will soon have their say in political races ranging from President of the United States to local offices, but voters will also decide several controversial statewide ballot measures as well.
Constitutional Amendment 3 would give the Governor more authority in choosing Supreme Court and Appellate judges.
Proposition A allows the City of St. Louis more local control over its police force.
Proposition B has stirred up much debate and has its opponents fuming over the measure that seeks to raise the state tax on tobacco products.
Proposition E relates to so called “Obama Care” and would prohibit the Governor from establishing health care exchanges without a vote of the people or legislature.
The pollsters’ predictions on election outcomes will soon be measured against actual results as Americans head to the polls November 6th.