Weeks of campaign ads and electioneering are about to culminate in Tuesday's national election. In Boone County, there are several races and ballot issues to vote on.
County Clerk Wendy Noren expects about 60,000 county citizens to cast a ballot on Election Day. She said the main draw will be the U.S. Senate race between Republican Roy Blunt and Democrat Robin Carnahan.
On the state level, voters will pick a new auditor and decide on two propositions and three constitutional amendments. Two propositions are on the ballot in Columbia, including a potential ban on Taser use within the city and an extension of the park sales tax.
Aside from the numerous issues, Boone County residents will pick a new presiding commissioner and choose several new state House representatives.
Which of these issues or races are most important to you on Nov. 2?