Election Day: Your Guide to June 5 Ballot Issues
Sewer rates and several related measures are on the ballot Tuesday for voters in Webster Groves, Warson Woods and Rock Hill. Here's what you should know.
Polls open at 6 a.m. Tuesday and remain open until 7 p.m. to Webster Groves, Warson Woods and Rock Hill voters. They'll decide whether to approve a proposition that slows the rate at which sewer bills rise over the next several years.
Several charter amendments governing the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District also will be on the ballot.
Use the following guide to learn about the issues and to find your polling place.
Check back Tuesday night for election results.
Get to know the issues
- Sample Ballot (PDF): June 5, 2012
- Sewer Vote Would Slow Guaranteed MSD Rate Increase
- Election 2012: Sewer Vote June 5 Flows from Clean Water Act
- Vote Looms June 5 as Groups Donate to Sewer Proposition
Find out where to vote
Download a PDF of the official June 5, 2012 polling places guide from the St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners.