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Jim Billedo (current Chair of the Christian County Democratic Central Committee) is running for the 20th Missouri Senatorial District. This covers Christian County as well as Greene County. Jay Wasson is our current State Senator. Jim will be running against Eric Burlison in November.

Jim invites you to join him for a “Meet the Candidates” night on Tuesday, July 22nd at 6:00 pm at Strafford City Hall (126 S Washington Street, Strafford, MO). 

Jim will also be attending the “Political Rally” at Turners Station Mercantile (out State Hwy D (E Sunshine St) to E Farm Road 148) on Sunday, July 22nd between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm.  

Does Christian County need a bigger and better library?

On June 25, 2017, in Announcement, Election, Event, by Christian County Democrats

 

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On August 8th, 2017, you will have the opportunity to decide on the future of libraries in Christian County. You may also have a chance to vote on tax and bond issues, depending on your precinct.

Make sure you are registered to vote by July 12th! If you have moved to Christian County or moved inside Christian County, make sure to re-register with the County Clerk’s office. You can also see a sample ballot for your precinct at this location.

Here is the ballot language for the Library issue: Shall the trustees of the Christian County Library be authorized to renew its tax levy to the previously voted and approved rate of $0.20 per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the purpose of 1) increasin

g the budget for books, materials, computers & technology; 2) expanding library services throughout the county with planned locations in Nixa, Sparta, and Clever, with improvements to the Ozark facility?

If you have further questions on this ballot issue, check out their website.

Are you going to be out of the county on election day?  

Don’t worry, absentee voting begins June 27th. Again, check with the County Clerk’s office. Absentee voting will end on August 5th.

Are you without a valid photo id?? There are still a lot of questions concerning the new law on voter photo id. But according to the Secretary of State’s office “If you are registered to vote, you can vote!” (But if you do not have a government-issued photo id, you will be required to sign an affidavit and/or receive a provisional ballot.) More information can be found at the Secretary of State’s website

 

Let’s help support our area Democrats running for Missouri House! Attorney General Chris Koster, Democratic Candidate for Governor, will be the featured speaker on Tuesday, July 12 at the ALL-LOCAL CANDIDATES FUNDRAISER. (Door money will be split among candidates, but each candidate will have their own donation jar as well.)

Where:  IBEW Hall 2902 E Division St., Springfield

When:  5:00PM – 8:00PM

Tickets are $15 and the proceeds will be split among our local candidates. You can purchase tickets at the door or at Dem HQ.

The Shandies (Shannon Stine and Natalie Wlodarczyk) will be performing.

**Good Food. Good Music. Good Democrats. Good Cause. Please join us!!**

Blue vote buttonThis is an important election, one in which you will be asked to choose a ballot: Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, or Constitution Party.

You will be choosing the candidate of your choice in the following local races: Christian County Commissioners, Sheriff, Coroner; you may also be voting on judge depending on where you live; other local offices are unopposed in the Primary.  State races include: Governor, Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, Attorney General, and members of the Missouri House of Representative in Districts 138, 139, and 140. National races will include Congressional Representative for the 7th District and Missouri US Senate.

These are all IMPORTANT positions. Please be informed! Check the Christian County Headliner, go to forums, ask questions.

If you will not be able to vote on August 2, make sure to get an absentee ballot. To obtain an absentee ballot, contact the Christian County Clerk’s office (417-582-4340).  AND PLEASE DON’T FORGET TO VOTE!

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