Voter Information

Information about voting in the City of St. Louis: registration, polling places, absentee voting and more.


In order to vote in Missouri, you must be registered with the election authority in the county in which you are a resident. This site is for City of St. Louis residents; if you live in a county outside St. Louis City, please see the St. Louis County Board of Elections website.

On this site you will find information on how to register and vote in person, register and vote absentee, find your polling place, check your voter registration and file petitions.

Read about acceptable forms of voter ID.

Registration and Voting

Check for Your Name on the Inactive Voter List
The inactive voter list comprises voters whose registration status is inactive because the registration address could not be verified.

Check your Voter Registration
Instructions on checking to see if you are registered to vote in the state of Missouri

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

File a Disability Discrimination Grievance with the Board of Election Commissioners
The City Board of Elections procedures to file a grievance alleging discrimination during voting or in other services, activities or programs provided by the Board.

Register to Vote
Information on how to register to vote, requirements, and ways to register

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

Update Voter Registration Name or Address
The Missouri Voter Registration Application for City of St. Louis residents is used to submit a name or address change.

Vote in Person on Election Day
Vote in person on Election Day at your assigned polling location.

Absentee Voting

No Excuse Needed Absentee Voting, an in-person absentee option for all voters during the two weeks before each election.

Application-Based Absentee Voting, the method where eligible voters may apply to vote absentee by mail or in person up to six weeks before each election.

Voting Resources

About St. Louis City Elected Positions
Information for voters about the function and role of each elected office.

Accessible Voting
A guide for voters with disabilities on how to vote absentee, obtain accessible voting materials, access curbside voting and more.

Voter Identification
All registered Missouri voters can vote on election day, but you will be asked to show an ID. Learn what forms of ID are acceptable.

Voting Locations (Polling Places)
Active St. Louis City polling places and city-wide and no excuse absentee polling place locations. On election day polls open at 6 AM and close at 7 PM.

Your Rights as a Voter
Know what your rights are as you get ready to cast your ballot.


Board of Election Commissioners

(314) 622-4336

300 N Tucker Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63101

Monday - Friday 8 AM – 5 PM On Election Day Polls Open at 6 AM and Close at 7 PM

Contact the Board of Election Commissioners

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