Absentee ballot voting begins

MISSOURI — Absentee voting is underway in Missouri as the Show-Me State gets ready for the April election.

State law allows absentee ballots starting six weeks before election day, which hit this week.

The April ballot generally focuses on city and school board races. There are also a number of ballot questions, ranging from use taxes to school bond levies.

Election day is set for April 5th.

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