Don't know who's running or where to vote? SOS website has your answers

Voters can find the answers to two common Election Day questions -- Who's running? and Where do I vote? -- at the Secretary of State's website.

A new web page there can help locate your precinct and show you a copy of the ballot you'll see when you get there. 

 “The most received call into our Office on Election Day is ‘Where do I vote?’” Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann said in a release from his office. "Now, you can find your precinct and preview your ballot prior to the General Election.”

All you have to do is go to and enter your address.

The polling place locator will produce the address of your polling location, a Google map with directions to your polling place, your Circuit Clerk’s contact information, and a sample ballot specific to your location, the release said. 

The polling place locator was created at no additional expense to the taxpayer, Hosemann's office said.