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Joplin Council Candidates are Finalized for April Election

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Voters will be choosing five new seats for the Joplin City Council. 

Six people have been certified as candidates for three general seats: incumbent Ryan Stanley, Harvey Hutchinson, Doug Lawson, Joshua Bard, Steve Urie, Anthony Monteleone

Two candidates are certified for one Zone 4 seat: Morris Glaze, Diane Reid Adams

Incumbent Gary Shaw is running unopposed for the Zone 1 seat.

City officials say residents can vote on general seat and zone candidates regardless of their residency in a particular zone.  Absentee voting opens Tuesday, February 20th with Monday, April 2 being the last day to vote absentee. March 28 is the last day that absentee ballots can be mailed out.

The election is on April 3rd.

Voters have until March 7th to register to vote. You can register in person at your County Clerk's office.

Jasper County, County Clerk's Office - 417-358-0413
302 S. Main, Rm. 102
Carthage, MO 64836
417-358-0413
FAX: 417-358-0415
Website: http://www.jaspercounty.org/election.html

Newton County, County Clerk's Office -- 417-451-8221
101 S. Wood St.
Neosho, MO 64850
417-451-8221
FAX: 417-451-7434
Website: http://www.newtoncountymo.com/county-clerk.html
newton@sos.mo.gov

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