Election Information

Election Information

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The League's Register & Vote brochure has information on Missouri's voting laws.

REGISTER TO VOTE

The deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 3 election is Oct. 7. Click here to register on the Secretary of State's web site. 

ABSENTEE VOTING INFORMATION

More Missouri voters can use a mail-in ballot in 2020, but the rules are confusing. Voters over 65 or with an underlying condition the CDC says are at higher risk of complications can use a new excuse that doesn't require a notary. St. Louis County voters can click here for that form to request an absentee ballot for the Nov. 3 election. The state form will be available Aug. 18.

SB631 established a COVID-19 excuse to request an absentee ballot, but voters using that excuse must have their signatures notarized on the ballot envelope and it can only be submitted by mail..

The League has prepared a two-page Fact Sheet on Absentee Voting.. Free notary services will be available at the League office in September at 8706 Manchester Rd., Suite 104. Click here for other sites. 

Contact your local election authority if you have any questions or would like to request a form to be placed on the permanently disabled list.

St. Louis City Board of Elections, 300 N. Tucker, 314-622-4336, www.stlelections.com

St. Louis County Board of Elections, 725 Northwest Plaza Drive, St. Ann, 314-615-1800, www.stlouisco.com/elections

Jefferson County Clerk, 729 Maple St., Hillsboro, 636-797-5487, www.jeffcomo.org/clerk

Franklin County Clerk, 400 E. Locust, Union, 636-583-6355, www.franklinmo.org

St. Charles County Clerk, 397 Tucrer Blvd., St. Peters, 636-949-7550, www.sccmo.org/960/Election-Services

Lincoln County Clerk, 636-528-6300, www.lincolncountymoclerk.gov

Warren County Clerk, 636-456-3331, www.warrencountymoclerk.com

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