Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Don't forget to vote! Find your poll location and ballot summary in Hazelwood, Missouri.
Do you know where to go to vote in Hazelwood on Election Day 2012? If not, you can use the handy Google Voter Info embed above to find the location of your designated polling place. Simply enter the address where you're registered to vote. This tool's data has been updated to reflect changes that may have been caused by Hurricane Sandy. For details and articles about every candidate in Hazelwood, check out Patch's Election Guide here: Voter Central. Registered voters need to present one type of identification from this list: Even if you do not have one of these types of identification, you may still cast a ballot if ywo supervising election judges—one from each major political party—attest they know you. And come back during Election Day …
Thursday, November 1, 2012
The Nov. 6 general election is quickly approaching. Here's a list of candidates, reporters and pundits who are important to (and/or simply covering) races in St. Louis, Missouri.
The full Twitter list is available here. See anyone missing for local or state races? Send me a tweet at@ryanmartin87.
Friday, October 26, 2012
Have you seen any political signs around your neighborhood? Upload a photo of them here.
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
"Patch" was on the scene throughout the day and evening for real-time social media updates, as well as on-site reporting from our editors.
Saturday, July 21, 2012
From whether or not a felon can vote, to what type of id is valid, here are seven very common pieces of information often misunderstood.
The 2012 Election Season is a very important time for America. As we head into November and selection of a president, a lot of information can be skewed about voter registration and voting at the polls. Here's some information Hazelwood Patch has compiled from the Missouri Secretary of State's Election website about common misconceptions related to registering to vote and what to do on election day. 1. Felons Can't Vote in Missouri. Incorrect. Upon completion of your sentence and probation or parole, you are eligible to vote in elections. Individuals who have been convicted of an election offense, whether a felony or misdemeanor, are not allowed to vote. 2. Any ID will do. Incorrect. You will need to present one form of valid personal …