You can check your Missouri voter registration at any time. It is recommended that you check your registration before each election and before registering in a new city or county in Missouri.
You will need the following information:
- Your first name. (Tip: It will be in the Voter Lookup exactly as you registered your name. If you type "Susan B." in the First Name box, but are registered as "Susan," the Voter Lookup may not locate your registration.)
- Your last name.
- Your house number.
- The name of your street WITHOUT the street type (Drive, Avenue, Street, etc.).
- Your birth date.
- The county in which you are currently registered.
If you have a non-standard address such as a rural route, you will need to call or visit the Board of Election Commissioners instead of using the online lookup.
Visit the Board of Election Commissioners office Monday-Friday 8 AM–5 PM:Board of Election Commissioners
300 N. Tucker Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63101
Call the Board of Election Commissioners at (314) 622-4336 Monday-Friday 8 AM–5 PM and staff will help you confirm your voter registration status.
Use the Begin Online button below to check your voter registration.
What to Expect
If you call or visit the Board of Election Commissioners office, staff will assist you in verifying your voter registration, and can help you with next steps if your name is not found.
If you cannot find your voter registration online, you may call or visit the office for assistance.
If you cannot find your registration, you may have been placed on the inactive voters list. You can check for your name on this list using the online form.
If you're registered to vote but need to change the address where you are registered, please visit the Update Voter Registration Name or Address page for instructions.
Board of Election Commissioners
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