Voter Information

Links to all important voting forms and documents.

How to Register to Vote

In order to vote in Missouri, you must be registered with the election authority in the county in which you are a resident. 

Learn how to register to vote.

How To Vote

All votes must be received by 7:00 PM on election night.

In Person

All registered voters are eligible to vote in person at a designated polling place.

Learn how to vote in person on election day.

Look up your polling place by address.

View acceptable forms of voter identification.

By Mail-In Ballot

All registered voters are eligible to vote by Mail-In Ballot, which requires notarization and must be mailed.

Learn how to vote by Mail-In Ballot.

By Absentee Ballot

Some registered voters are eligible to vote by Absentee Ballot, which can be returned by mail or in person. Absentee ballots may or may not require notarization.

Learn how to vote by Absentee Ballot.

Active Military and Overseas Voting

Registered voters expecting to be deployed or temporarily living outside the U.S. on election day have the ability to vote by Absentee Ballot.

Learn more about active military and overseas voting.

More Voting Information

About Committeemen and Committeewomen
Section 115.605 of the MO Revised Statute, how to file for City of St. Louis Offices.

How to File Citizen Petitions
Filing citizen petitions for recalls, initiatives and referendums to the St. Louis Board of Elections.

Inactive Voter List
Lists voters whose registration status is inactive because the registration address could not be verified.

Military and Overseas Voting
Deployed military and registered voters traveling abroad, preparation, online voting, Federal Post Card Application (FBCA).

Polling Place Lookup and Directions
Enter your address and find your ward, precinct and designated polling place

Polling Places by Ward and Precinct
Find list of polling places by Ward and Precincts and print directions from the polling place location to the Board of Election's downtown office

Request Disabled Voter Access
Obtaining accessible or alternative voting materials, audio files, enlarged print, voting accommodations.

Vote By Absentee Ballot
Some registered voters are eligible to vote by Absentee Ballot, which can be returned by mail or in person. Absentee ballots may or may not require notarization.

Voter Identification
Acceptable forms of voter identification

Voter Registration
Information on how to register to vote, requirements, and ways to register

Brochures

Things To Know Before Election Day Brochure

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