Tag: Peggy McGaugh

Carroll County Clerk announces intent to run for Representative seat left vacant by her son

| October 21, 2017

CARROLLTON, Mo. — Peggy McGaugh, the Carroll County Clerk, has announced she will be running for the seat left vacant by her son, Rep. Joe Don McGaugh. The senior McGaugh told the Missouri Times, “I am humbly asking for the support of my fellow Republicans serving on the committee to appoint me as their candidate […]

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Absentee ballots available for November special election in Carroll County

| September 28, 2017

County Clerk Peggy McGaugh said the ballots can be requested at the Carroll County Courthouse until Wednesday, November 1. The election will take place Tuesday, November 7.

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NEWSMAKER — Absentee voting now open for August 8 Special Election

| July 5, 2017

Voters in Carrollton and Hill Township will head to the polls to vote on taxes concerning roads and transportation.

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Carroll county budget in good shape

| February 7, 2017

The biggest changes to this year’s budget will be for the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department.

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Election Integrity Unit aims to ease concerns over voter fraud in Missouri

| November 4, 2016

The task force was created in 2014 by Secretary of State Jason Kander to open lines of communication and establish practices for responding to alleged violations in the election process.

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Carroll County Election Changes

| April 7, 2015

The April 7th elections are here and there are a few changes Carroll County citizens will need to be aware of.

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New rules and regulations for April elections

| January 16, 2015

There is an extra form in the filing procedures for candidates

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Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander Establishes Elections Integrity Task Force

| November 5, 2014

Carroll County Clerk Selected as an Election Authority member for the Elections Integrity Task Force

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Ballots Across Missouri Go Back to Press

| September 19, 2014

A decision by the Court of Appeals has forced a reprint

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