Patch brings you everything you need to know about the April 2 election, from candidates and ballot questions to where to vote.
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Patch spoke with voters as they made their ways to the polls in Tuesday's general election. Here's what they said is important about voting Tuesday.
UPDATED: 2:15 p.m. Tuesday- Voters in Town and Country and Manchester were out early to cast their ballots in Tuesday's general election. (READ RELATED ARTICLE: Election Day 2012: Town and Country, Manchester Voter's Guide) Although there aren't many contested races locally, there is a lot a stake in this election including determining the U.S. president for the next four years. "This race is so close, every vote counts," Kathy Schuchandt of Town and Country tells Patch. "My vote has meaning." "I'm here to hopefully have a change in the country. The economy. No jobs. Tax increases on things that aren't necessary. Just the whole mood of the economy," Jack Cusamano of Town and Country said. "I just want to see a leader do what they say they'…
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
From deer management to civic duty, Patch found out what brought voters to the polls today.
Town and County and Manchester voters hit their local polling places Tuesday voice their opinions in the April 3 municipal and county elections. They'll decide on aldermen, county issues, including propositon S and the Parkway School Board. Polls open at 6 a.m. Tuesday and close at 7 p.m. (Are You Voting Today? Why?) Town and Country - Manchester Patch spoke with voters throughout the day to find out what brought them out to vote this election. In Town and County deer management was an issue many voters we spoke with mentioned. Mike Perry said he was voting against aldermen who support the sterilization of the deer. I"m voting against the deer. It seems ridiculous to spend twelve hundred dollars to sterilize them," Perry tells Patch. "I"m …