The presidential race and a proposed increase in Missouri's tobacco tax were top of mind for many.
Statewide candidates include Columbia in their final rounds; local candidates focus on getting out the vote.
The Missourian's outreach team was interested in hearing what voters and readers had to say. We asked about their feelings on the candidates, what questions they had regarding the election and why it was important to them to be politically involved.
State and national candidates from both major parties are engaged in whirlwind tours of Missouri to drum up support in the final day before the election.
A rally at the MU Student Center encouraged students to go vote in Tuesday's election.
Candidates for Boone County Southern District commissioner are Karen Miller, Democrat, and James Pounds, Republican.
Candidates for state treasurer are Clint Zweifel, Democrat; Cole McNary, Republican; and Sean O'Toole, Libertarian.
Candidates for secretary of state are Jason Kander, Democrat; Shane Schoeller, Republican; Justin Harter, Constitution; and Cisse Spragins, Libertarian.
Candidates for lieutenant governor are Susan Montee, Democrat; Peter Kinder, Republican; Cynthia Davis, Constitution; and Matthew Copple, Libertarian.
Candidates for governor are Jay Nixon, Democrat; Dave Spence, Republican; and Jim Higgins, Libertarian.
Candidates for attorney general are Chris Koster, Democrat; Ed Martin, Republican; and Dave Browning, Libertarian.
Candidates for Boone County Public Administrator are Cathy Richards, Democrat, and John Sullivan, Republican.
A breakdown of which presidential candidate each state is leaning toward with the election just two days away.
The Putting Kids First campaign has received financial support from four social service agencies to pass the Proposition 1, which would establish a quarter-cent sales tax to fund children's mental health services.
There are only days left in the expensive and negative election season. On Tuesday, voters will decide on the future of the Affordable Care Act, Medicare and the tea party's influence in the House.
Gov. Jay Nixon signed an executive order Friday that will close state offices the Friday after Thanksgiving.
In small towns in mid-Missouri, people of different ages and origins sound off about the political and social issues that matter to them.
Although the deadline for states to apply to create a state health care exchange is approaching, many states haven't taken the steps necessary to apply.
After events in St. Louis on Wednesday, Sen. Claire McCaskill was to campaign Thursday in Lebanon, Springfield, Joplin and Kansas City.
Two candidates are running to represent Missouri's 48th District in the Missouri House of Representatives. The 48th District includes parts of Chariton, Cooper, Howard, Pettis, Randolph and Saline counties.