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St. Peters 2012 General Election Headquarters

Get the results from the races around St. Charles County, Missouri and the United States of America.

Welcome to your home for coverage of the 2012 General Election news for St. Peters.

Patch will be visiting area polling places, talking to voters and checking to see if there's anything amiss at the polls. 

But the most important part of this story is you. All day on Nov. 6, we want to know: What were lines like at your polling place? What number were you in line? What kind of activity was there outside? What was important in determining your vote? Does your family have a fun election day ritual, or a unique story of a first-time or long-time voter? Let me know: StPeters@patch.com

In the evening, we'll be at various campaign watch parties as the results come in and the reaction flows in. Up-to-the-minute numbers will automatically be updated in the chart above. Check back with St. Peters for constant updates as they become available.

You'll have plenty of opportunities to comment on Patch stories. You can load your election day photo in our Pics & Clips Gallery. Tweet us a photo or thoughts @StPetersPatch or talk to us on Facebook/StPetersPatch

Election Day

  • Voting Machine Problems Reported in St. Charles County
  • When Will Election 2012 Presidential Results be Announced in Missouri?
  • How Long Was Your Wait at the Polls? Tell Us
  • Did You Vote Today? Tell Us Why and Show Us Your 'I Voted' Sticker

Preparing for Election Day

Wondering where to vote?

Need to know how long the polls are open? We've got you covered. 

  • General Election Day Quick Facts: Find Out Where and When to Vote

What do you need to vote?

Registered voters need to present one type of identification from this list:

  • ID issued by the federal government, state of Missouri or a local election authority. This could include a drivers' license or passport.
  • ID issued by a Missouri public or private institution of higher education, including a university, college, vocational or technical school.
  • A copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check or other government document that contains the name and address of the voter.
  • Driver's license or state identification card issued by another state.

Even if you do not have one of these types of identification, you may still cast a ballot if two supervising election judges—one from each major political party—attest they know you.

What's the weather going to be like?

On Election Day, a 30 percent chance of showers. The National Weather Service predicts it will be cloudy, with a high near 50 with light and variable wind becoming southwest 8 to 13 mph in the morning.

What's on the ballot?

Would you like to check out a sample ballot? Check out the St. Charles County Election Authority site. If you want some info on what's on the ballot? Check this out: St. Peters General Election Guide.

Other stories to check out:

  • Did You Vote Today? Tell Us Why and Show Us Your 'I Voted' Sticker
  • Political Poll: What Race Will You Be Watching During the General Election?
  • Whose Political Ad Are You Happy to See Disappear?
  • Political Rewind: Final Weekend of Campaign Season Proves Vital
  • Missouri Statewide Ballot Measures: What You Need To Know
  • Should St. Louis' Police Department Be Run Locally?

The Races

We'll be monitoring national and statewide races—including the presidential election—in a seperate article. (Don't worry, we'll post it here ASAP.)

Here, Patch will focus on the races and issues directly affecting St. Peters. 

Links for the race stories will go live at 6 a.m. Tuesday. As polls close, each story (including this one in the table above) will be constantly updated to reflect the latest voting numbers.

Katherine November 06, 2012 at 03:38 PM
ALERT! MUST read: "Support for Kill List and NDAA make Obama and Romney Unfit for Office" http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/reawakening-liberty/2012/nov/2/support-kill-list-and-ndaa-make-obama-and-romney-u/
katie November 06, 2012 at 05:04 PM
Mark Parkinson lost my vote this time because for ALMOST A YEAR his "inbox" has been full and his voicemail is to full to accept messages. If he's too busy to listen, then he can't represent his people. He doesn't know what we want if he won't listen to us. This was the same guy that went house to house and promised to listen, but when he got elected, he quit listening.

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