ST. LOUIS (KMOV) -- The day after Missouri’s primaries, Board of Elections (BOE) workers believe Tuesday was a success.
With few voting problems and many heated races, the St. Louis BOE is now focusing on November 6, the day of the general election.
While as a whole the voting process was overwhelmingly issue-free, some voters left with headaches after casting their ballots.
For voters like JoAnn Straughton, the location of their new polling place took more time to figure out than which candidate deserved their vote.
Straughton was told her precinct had changed and she could not vote at her regular location. She said she tolerated it because of the primary. Come November, she said she will not.
The Board of Elections says anyone with voter questions should visit this website.