Make your voice heard on the future of our community, state and nation by voting on November 8. There are three ways to vote in Missouri this year; note that these options are more limited than the special provisions made in 2020 for the pandemic. Below are your options on how to vote and the requirements for each:
- In person at the polls on election day—Photo identification required, either current driver’s license or other government-issued ID.
- Absentee by mail (with excuse)—Available only if you will be absent on election day or otherwise unable to get to the polls. Request an absentee ballot no later than Wednesday, October 26. Your ballot must be notarized before returning. It must be received at the election office by 5 p.m. on election day. A copy of your photo ID is required if you have not voted in person before. A notary is not needed for individuals who are incapacitated or confined due to physical illness. See details.
- Absentee (no excuse)—You may vote in person at the election board offices in St. Louis City or County (or other designated locations to be announced) starting two weeks prior to election day (October 26). No reason for casting your vote via this method is required. This also could be termed early voting. Further information on St. Louis County in-person absentee voting
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