Welcome to your home for local November 2012 election news for Ladue and Frontenac!
Patch will be visiting area polling places, talking to voters and checking to see if there's anything amiss at the polls. Editors throughout St. Louis will be meeting up with many of the candidates on the ballot to get their last-minute impressions of things.
But the most important part of this story is YOU. All day 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: Ladue-Frontenac@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 Ladue-Frontenac Patch 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 @LadueFrontPatch or talk to us on Facebook/LadueFrontenacPatch.
Preparing for Election Day
Where to Vote
Where Do I Vote in Ladue and Frontenac? - Missouri assigns each residence its own place to vote. Locate your polling place here.
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 driver's 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.
Missouri 2012 November 6 Election Hub - Here is your one stop shop for information on the notable statewide and federal races impacting all Missourians.
Ladue-Frontenac Patch Will Have Your Election Day Covered - Here's a look at our plans for the day, and how we want you to get involved.
Are You Voting in Tuesday's 2012 Presidential Election? - Find all your candidate and local proposition information here. Plus, tell us in this Patch poll why you are or are not voting in Tuesday's election.
Did Facebook Change the Way You'll Vote? - Did Facebook help you decide how to vote? Or were the political status updates just noise in the background?
Whose Political Ad Are You Happy to See Disappear? - Studies show this has bene the most negative campaigning year ever.
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.)