April election is right around the corner

LDR photo/Kelly Morgan

Election judge Loyce Price, right, and Laclede County Clerk Glenda Mott watch as election judge Don Lowery works with an ExpressVote machine during election equipment testing Tuesday.

By: 
KELLY MORGAN ◆ KELLY@LEBANONDAILYRECORD.COM

On Tuesday, Laclede County residents will have the opportunity to take to the polls and decide the outcome of several local races.

A General Municipal Election will take place on Tuesday, and issues on the ballot include the election of Lebanon City Council members, Laclede County R-1

School Board members and Joel E. Barber C-5 School Board members.

Lebanon voters will choose one city council representative for each of the city’s four wards.

Incumbents James White and Randy Wall are running unopposed in Ward 2 and Ward 3 respectively, but contested races are taking place in Wards 1 and 4.

For the complete article, see the Wednesday print edition of The Daily Record, or view the e-Edition online.

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