O'Fallon 2012 Election Guide
Voters will elect two Fort Zumwalt School Board members and a director of the O'Fallon Fire Board.
It's Election Day and we've compiled a list of candidates on the ballot, as well as some helpful links for O'Fallon voters.
Four candidates are running for two spots on the Fort Zumwalt School Board, each with a three-year term limit.
Patch previously reported, a recent change that classified Fort Zumwalt as an “urban” school district because of population growth, meant board members would serve six-year terms instead of the current three-years. State Sen. Scott Rupp, R-Wentzville sponsored legislation to change the rule.
Gearing up for the April 3 election, Patch sent questionnaires to each of the school board candidates. You can read the Q&A's from the candidates who responded by clicking the names with links.
O'Fallon Fire Board Director
Three candidates are vying for for the six-year term director position on the O’Fallon Fire Protection District Board. Gearing up for the April 3 election, Patch sent questionnaires to each of the fire board candidates. You can read the Q&A's from the candidates by clicking their names.
Election Day Information
The St. Charles County Election Authority web page has information about the election, candidates and election results.
- Click here to go to an address search page to find your polling place.
- Click here to see a sample ballot
- Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
Check back with Patch on Election Night as we keep you updated with the results, or subscribe to our newsletter to get the information in your inbox in the morning!