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The Pettis County Clerk’s Office is now accepting absentee ballots for the April 7 municipal elections.
Although voter participation was down slightly from 2008, Pettis County’s antipathy to President Barack Obama remains strong despite his electoral success.
Pettis County Clerk Nick La Strada, far left, and Deputy Clerk Lindsey Moon talk with Smith-Cotton High School students, from left to right, Kinsey Mahalovich, Morgen Muths, Aaugust Watkins and Rachel Walters, after the four registered to vote during the last of a series of voter drives in Pettis County schools conducted by the clerk’s office this week.
The area that would become Pettis County was settled several years before the county was formally established in 1833.
Pettis County Clerk Nick La Strada is considering a plan to consolidate four of Sedalia’s polling places in a move that could save upwards of $4,000 a year in election costs.
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Voters have a choice Nov. 2 between experience and new blood in the Pettis County Clerk race.
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Nick La Strada, of Sedalia, announced on Monday his intention to run for Pettis County clerk as a Republican.
Pettis County Circuit Clerk Susan Sadler announced she will file for re-election for the position when filing opens Tuesday.
Pettis County residents will vote on president, Congress, the Missouri House of Representatives, the sheriff, the County Commission, the public administrator, two proposed state constitutional amendments and three statutory propositions today.
Pettis County Clerk Nick La Strada plans to make good on a campaign pledge to encourage citizen participation by sponsoring two voter registration drives next week.
Pettis County Clerk Nick La Strada is tying up loose ends this week ahead of next Tuesday’s primary election.
Residents of Pettis County will be able to vote in the general municipal election beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday.
Pettis County Republican Party Chairwoman Carla Young has filed a formal complaint over three issues that arose during the Aug. 3 primary election.
Absentee primary voters can make their voice heard this weekend at the Pettis County Courthouse.
The Pettis County Clerk’s office will field teams Thursday and Friday to help homebound voters cast absentee ballots for Tuesday’s municipal election.
The Pettis County Commission on Tuesday approved the purchase of a ditching machine for use by the county’s Road and Bridge Department.
Pettis County employees will host separate events to bid farewell to outgoing officers on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Pettis County property owners will receive notifications this week if their tax valuations have changed following the completion of the bi-annual assessment.
The Pettis County Commission on Tuesday approved the six-district Pettis County Ambulance District map that will be the basis for board of director elections expected to be held June 5.
The Pettis County Clerk’s office has been awarded a grant from the office of Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan to help ensure fair and reliable elections.
The Pettis County Commission wants to increase professionalism in the courthouse with the addition of a human resources officer.