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Missouri has an August statewide primary election in each even-numbered year. The primary is an election contest between members of the same political party. For example, several candidates of the same political party may file for the position of County Treasurer. The August election will determine which candidate will face the candidate for that same position from the opposing political party in the November general election.
No, in August, a voter must choose a political party or vote a ballot that contains only non-partisan issues. A voter’s ballot will only contain the candidates of the same political party the voter has chosen. In November, candidates of all parties will appear on a voter’s ballot. A voter is free to select a candidate from either party at the November General Election.
Voters are no longer allowed to vote for all candidates of one political party by "coloring-in" one single circle at the top of the ballot. In order to vote for all candidates of one political party in November, a voter must "color-in" the circle in front of the name of each candidate of the voter’s choice.
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