Past League Events
VOTERS’ FORUM FOR THE JUNE 4TH SPECIAL ELECTION
Thank you to Randy McWilson of the Career and Technology Center for this video of the forum. Thank you to Element 74 for their technical assistance.
Thank you to everyone who participated in and attended the forum for candidates for the 8th U.S. Congressional District. It was held on Thursday, April 25, 2013 at Career and Technology Center of the Cape Girardeau Public Schools and hosted by League of Women Voters of Southeast Missouri (LWVSEMO) and KRCU 90.9 FM/88.9 FM. Jacob McCleland from KRCU was the moderator.
The candidates are:
Thomas Brown, Independent
Doug Enyart, Constitution Party
Dr. Robert George, Independent
Steve Hodges, Democratic Party
Bill Slantz, Libertarian Party
Jason Smith, Republican Party
Thank you to Rich Payne and Randy McWilson of the Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center for the use of the room and for recording the program. Thank you to Dan Woods and Jacob McCleland from KRCU.
The audio of the forum is on the KRCU web page: click here
The forum will be shown on the following cable stations. We will post the broadcast schedule when they notify us. Also, you can contact the stations directly.
Cape Girardeau Public School District - Channel 989
Cape Girardeau - Channel 993
Poplar Bluff - Channel 2 - Sat May 4 at noon, Sun May 5 at 7 pm, Mon May 6 at 8:30, Wed May 8 at 7 pm
Rolla - Channel 16 - 7:00 p.m. on May 20, 28, 29, 30, and 31.
Ste. Genevieve - Channel 7
Important dates for the June special election
last day to register to vote or make registration changes for the June
special election is Wednesday, May 8. That is Truman Day which is a
Missouri state holiday. The Missouri Secretary of State office and the
Cape Girardeau County Clerk office will be closed. However,
registrations postmarked on that date will be accepted. Check with your
own county clerk’s office for their schedule.
are now available at the county clerk’s office. Mailed in or faxed
absentee ballot requests must be received by the election authority no
later than the 5:00 p.m. on the Wednesday prior to any election - May
29. Voters can vote by absentee in the office of the local election
authority until 5:00 p.m. the night before the election - Monday, June
Remember to vote on Tuesday, June 4.
Women's History Celebration
- Plans are going forward for the Women's History Celebration at the
Cape River Heritage Museum, noon-2 pm, Saturday March 16, cosponsored by
the LWVSEMO and the museum. Vickie Devenport will give a presentation
(at about 12:30) on the women who taught at the Normal School in the
early years (1890-1920). There will be exhibit materials from the League
and a special exhibit using an old ballot box. Plan to come join us!
2012 Cape County Town Hall Meeting- LWVSEMO and KRCU co-sponsored a Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, December 4. Public officials in attendance were Presiding Cape County Commissioner Clint Tracy, Jackson Mayor Barbara Lohr, Cape City Councilman John Voss and Missouri State Senator Wayne Wallingford. Officials highlighted events of the last year and answered questions from the audience.
How do I register to vote in Cape Girardeau County?
How do I register to vote in other SEMO counties? Go to the lower right corner to select your county and find the location and phone number of the county registration service.
Where do I vote?
When is the next election?
Elections scheduled for 2013
Municipal election April 3, 2013 ; deadline to register to vote March 7, 2013
Special election for 8th Congressional District Representative, June 4, 2013. To learn more about the special election, click here.
Vote411 Voter Guide. The LWVMO has adopted the vote411.org as our voter guide. Click here to use the voter guide.