Elections and Voting
Absentee Ballot, Voter Registration, Polling Places Directions, Election Results
Services and Information
About Committeemen and Committeewomen
Section 115.605 of the MO Revised Statute, how to file for City of St. Louis Offices.
Voting by absentee ballot, preparation, submitting applications by mail and in person, permanently disabled voters.
Disabled Voter Access
Obtaining accessible or alternative voting materials, audio files, enlarged print, voting accommodations.
Economic Development Sales Tax Summary
Summary of the Economic Development Sales Tax Ballot Issue
Election Results for St. Louis City
Election Results for St. Louis City from 2004 to present
Election dates, sample ballots, results for the City of St. Louis.
How To File For Office
Candidate Information on how to file for City of St. Louis offices.
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).
Multi-Use Stadium and MLS Financing Summary
Summary Document for the Multi-Use Stadium and MLS Financing Ballot Issue
Filing recall, initiative and referendum petitions to the St. Louis Board of Elections.
Polling Place Lookup and Directions
If you don't know your ward and/or precinct enter your address in the search below and find your election and voting information (Example: 1520 Market)
Polling Places by Ward and Precinct
Lists polling places by Ward and Precincts. Prints an individual ward or all wards. Gives directions from polling place to Board of Election's downtown office.
Things To Know Before Election Day Brochure
An overview of helpful information voters should know before election day.
Missouri’s new photo voter ID law (HB 1631), effective on June 1, 2017, outlines identification options for registered Missouri voters to use on Election Day at their polling location.
Links to all important voting forms and documents.
Voter registration information, preparation, guidelines, locations, applications, forms of acceptable identification.
Departments and Agencies
Board of Election Commissioners for the City of St. Louis
The Board of Election Commissioners is a state mandated agency which conducts all public elections within the City. The division is responsible for the registration of voters and maintenance of voter registration records.
Apply to Become a High School Student Poll Worker
High School Students in the City of St. Louis may become poll workers on Election Day as Greeters (between 15 to 17 years old), or as Technical Specialist or Election Judge (only if 18 years old and a registered voter) with the permission of a parent or legal guardian.
Voter Registration Application
Voter Registration Application for City of St. Louis residents
Maps and GIS
Precincts in the City of St. Louis
Federal Election Commission
Campaign Finance Disclosure Portal provides a single point of entry to campaign finance data. You'll find easy-to-navigate maps and charts that display the campaign finance data you're most interested in. You'll also find many search tools that will help you through our data sources. You can download many of these data sets to perform your own analyses.
League of Women Voters
Formed from the movement that secured the right to vote for women, the centerpiece of the League’s efforts remain to expand participation and give a voice to all Americans. We do this at all three levels of government, engaging in both broad educational efforts as well as advocacy.
Register to Vote in MO
Forms, requirements, and locations for voter registration in MO
St. Louis Board of Election Commissioners
The Board of Election Commissioners for the City of St. Louis aims to ensure that every eligible resident of the City of St. Louis is encouraged and provided ample opportunity to register to vote; that voter files are kept accurate and up-to-date; that voter education and turnout efforts are maximized; and that public elections in the City of St. Louis are conducted in a fair, honest and impartial manner in order to effect the best possible election process consistent with federal law, state statutes, and the Charter of the City of St. Louis.
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