by Sam Clanton
BRANSON, Mo. – Missouri voters will choose who they want to serve as the nation’s top executive in tomorrow’s Presidential Preference Primary election.
Voters are actually voting for delegates, who will then take part in choosing the candidates at their party’s convention. This year marks the first time in several election cycles that the Presidential Primary is being held in March, instead of February.
The four established parties in Tuesday’s election are Democratic, Republican, Libertarian and Constitution. Voters may select only one party’s ballot.
In Stone and Taney Counties, the polls open at 6 a.m. and remain open until 7 p.m.