KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The final poll of the primary season shows some movement in the Republican battle for Missouri's U.S. Senate seat.
St. Louis businessman John Brunner leads Congressman Todd Akin 35 percent to 30 percent.
Former state treasurer Sarah Steelman trails at 25 percent, with 10 percent undecided, according to the Public Policy Polling report.
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That's the highest profile race in either Kansas or Missouri.
But there are plenty of other races on the ballot, too. Every congressional seat is on the ballot this year.
And you'll see lots of choices for state representative and state senate seats.
In Kansas, the future of the state senate is on the line.
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Tuesday's primary is like a general election in the Kansas senate.
Conservative Republicans battle moderates from their own party to try to give Gov. Sam Brownback a majority that will support his conservative policies.
Several of those races are in Johnson County -- like the face off between conservative Jeff Melcher and moderate Pat Colloton.
"I don't think it would be good for Johnson county schools or business. And the reason it wouldn't be good is because he want to cut the funding for schools," said Colloton.
"We've had a liberal agenda in the state for a long time. And we've seen the results of it, and they're bad," Melcher responded.
Kansas city voters face Questions One and Two.
One adds a new half-cent sales tax for parks and community centers, while taking away some smaller fees and taxes.
Question Two would give authority to issue $500 million worth of bonds to repair the sewer system.
KCMO Mayor Sly James says it will provide revenue "...to have community centers that are open longer than 20 hours a week so that people in those neighborhoods can have acces to things and services that they ordinarily would not have access to."
Missouri Gov. Jay Nxon is expected to cruise to a Democratic primary win, then face either Kansas City lawyer Bill Randles or St. Louis businessman Dave Spence in November.
That Republican primary also includes two lesser known candidates.
Missouri's Republican Senate fight, which drew the involvement of Sarah Palin, is expected to drive turnout to 25 percent.
That would be slightly higher than two years ago.
Missouri's offices of Lt. Governor, Secretary of State and Attorney General are all up for vote.
Several metro counties have county commission and sheriff elections.
And keep in mind, a new law means Kansas voters have to remember to bring a photo ID.
Polls open Tuesday in Missouri at 6 a.m., and in Kansas at 7 a.m.
Polls close on both sides of the state line at 7 p.m.
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