Primary Election: Missouri voters seize the day

It's primary night in Missouri.

There are a number of important issues facing Missouri voters including prayer in school, a Republican senate primary as well as a proposed library tax in Palmyra.

Voter turnout was expected to hit 25 percent.

In Marion County, voters will decide the fate of the Bicentennial Library.

The library is running a deficit of $2,000 to $3,000 per month and can only remain in operation another 18 to 20 months with funds on hand. Voters are being asked to approve a 15 cent property tax per $100 assessed valuation that will cover the library's financial needs and allow for technological and other upgrades.

Polls closed at 7 p.m., so click here to get up-to-the-minute election results.