Boone County’s clerk is projecting a 35 percent voter turnout in Tuesday’s primary election.
Polls are open statewide tomorrow from 6 am until 7 pm, and county clerk Brianna Lennon reminds you to bring one form of identification with you.
“Right now a voter ID that you get from our office works, a driver’s license works, a student ID works. Some form of identification will get you in and out the fastest,” Lennon tells 939 the Eagle.
You can also bring a passport, current utility bill, bank statement or a paycheck. If you don’t have an ID, you’ll be voting by provisional ballot.
Clerk Lennon is also encouraging you to check your polling place assignment before you head to the polls tomorrow. You can find that information here on the county clerk’s website. Lennon also says if voters have a problem voting tomorrow, they should call (573) 886-4375 from the polling place.
“We give every polling location a cell phone so that they can call our office. And you can also call our office, the main line, and we will get you sorted out. At the end of the day, we don’t anybody leaving a polling location without having voted. Whether they vote their full ballot or a provisional ballot,” says Lennon.
939 the Eagle’s Branden Rathert and Brian Hauswirth will have live election night coverage Tuesday evening, starting at 8 pm.