(KTVI) – Candidates can start filing Tuesday to run in the August Missouri primary election.
Starting at 8 a.m. first-day filers could get a number by random drawing to determine their place on the ballot. Candidates who filed on Wednesday or later are placed on the ballot in the order of their filing.
St. Louis county executive, prosecuting attorney, assessor and other positions will be on the local ballot.
On the state ballot, voters will decide eight U.S. Representatives, the state auditor, all the state representatives, and 17 state senators from even-numbered districts.