VOTERS GUIDE: Get up to speed on Boone County candidates positions on issues

Friday, August 3, 2012 | 5:04 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — Missourian reporters throughout the primary campaign season have done their best to cover issues important to Columbia and Boone County, including the economy, public education funding, health care and transportation. The primary election is Tuesday and the general election is Nov. 6. 

Here's what we have asked local candidates for state House and Senate seats so far: 

The Missourian asked candidates for Boone County commission seats for their positions on the following issues:

Boone County candidates for public administrator also talked with the Missourian about their priorities if elected and about their personal backgrounds. Here are links to stories about each of those candidates.

Finally, the Missourian also covered several candidate forums sponsored by various community groups during the past several weeks. Here are links to those stories:

Supervising editor is Scott Swafford.

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