Some mid-Missouri counties have a few issues on their ballots for Tuesday’s election. However, no mid-Missouri seats are up for grabs.
Instead, tax bonds and levees are the majority of ballot issues for the summer election.
Mid-Missouri ballot issues are listed by county below.
Southwest Camden County Fire Protection District 25-cent property tax increase to provide funds to help support the district
Keytesville to consider making the city collector an appointed position as opposed to an elected position. The collector would be appointed by the Board of Aldermen.
Town of Chariton 20-cent tax levy increase
Boonville 7/8 percent sales tax increase for the Kemper School District to provide expanded youth and adult programs as well as additional handicapped accessible parking
Blackwater to consider removing uncontested elections from ballots
Hermann 7/8 percent sales tax increase for street repairs
Johnson County Fire District No. 2 to consider a 25-cent property tax increase for funds to help support the district
Macon County Nursing Home District to consider a 35-cent property tax increase
City of Macon to consider a 2.25 percent local use tax
Sedalia to consider removing the June 30, 2026 sunset provision from the capital improvement tax to fund capital improvements
Sedalia 1/8 cent sales tax increase for funding local parks and storm water control
Blackburn Elmwood Special Road District 35-cent tax levy increase for road repairs
Boone, Cole, Callaway and Howard counties are among many mid-Missouri counties that are not having an election Aug. 6.
ABC 17 News will have Tuesday's election results on air and online.