From city council and board of aldermen races to school board and money issues, voters across the Ozarks are casting ballots Tuesday in the April General Election.
In the city of Springfield, voters are deciding races for City Council Zones 1 and 4, General Council seats A and B, and Mayor.
Voters in the Springfield R-12 School District are electing three school board members. There are seven names on the ballot.
Among money issues being decided in southwest Missouri today are a local use tax measure in the city of Rogersville and a bond issue in the Republic School District to build a new gymnasium at Schofield Elementary School. The measure would not increase the district’s debt service tax levy.
Walnut Grove School District voters are deciding a 79 cent operating tax levy increase to make improvements to the elementary and high school buildings.
The Marshfield School District is asking voters to decide a bond issue that would not result in an increase to the debt service tax levy for building and renovating school facilities.
The Ozark Fire Protection District is asking voters to approve bonds to build and renovate fire stations and a training center, and repair or replace vehicles and rescue equipment.
The city of Branson has separate measures on the ballot regarding a tourism tax, with voters there also choosing a mayor.
The polls close at seven Tuesday night and we’ll have links to check online election returns and have on air updates on 93-3 and AM 560 KWTO.