UPDATE: Polls Closed At 7 p.m. Stay With Patch For Results
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6:57 p.m. Update
Threatening weather has given way to raindrops in Creve Coeur, forcing candidates trying to meet and greet voters to abandon post at the Creve Coeur Government Center just a few minutes before the close of polls at 7 p.m.
Stay with Patch throughout the night for results and reaction.
12:15 p.m. update
It has been a busy morning so far with the polls open for just over six hours. By 10:15 a.m., at least 114 people had voted at Parkway Northeast Middle School.
A short time later, poll volunteers said approximately 200 people had voted at Spoede School.
Parking and construction issues at the Creve Coeur Government Center have been something of a concern. The site is taking a larger chunk of th voters than usual, with Traditional Congregation closed as a polling place because of Passover.
Both candidates for Mayor, Laura Bryant and Barry Glantz were spotted greeting voters outside the entrance at the government center.
Polls close at 7 p.m.
After months (and in some cases) more than a year of campaigning, voters are finally weighing in with ther say as the April 2012 election day is upon us.
We'll be around town at polling places throughout the day, and plan to bring you the results as they come, along with reaction from every corner.
You can start now. Tell us what was important to you as you cast your ballot. Tell us about your voting experience. What time did you go? Did you have to wait long? Remember your number in line? We'd love to know how it all went.
Stay with Patch throughout the day for continuing election day coverage and results