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In order to register to vote, Missourians must submit a completed voter registration application to their local election authority. This can be done in person or by mail.
A voter may register in person at one of the following locations:
When registering in person, applicants are required to present a form of personal identification. A voter can also register to vote by mail by completing a post card voter registration application. You can request a voter registration application from the local election authority or from the VOTE MISSOURI website.
Within 7 days of receiving your registration, the election authority should mail verification that your registration has been received and processed. If you do not receive this verification, you should contact your local election authority to ensure that you are indeed registered to vote. You will receive your identification card after voting for the first time.
In order to be registered to vote in an election, you need to be registered by the Election Day deadline. The deadline for the primary has passed, however for the
You will need to present one form of personal identification as required by state law.
If you are registered to vote, you may be able to find your polling place at http://www.sos.mo.gov/elections/voterlookup/.
You can only vote at your assigned polling place or, if there is a problem at your assigned polling place, you may be eligible to vote at the central polling place. Verifying your assigned polling place with your local election authority prior to Election Day will help to eliminate potential complications.
Polling places open at and remain open until Those individuals arriving after the polling place has closed will not be allowed to vote. However, those individuals in line at will be allowed to vote.
You may be able to view your sample ballot here http://www.sos.mo.gov/elections/voterlookup/
Sample ballots can also be viewed at the polling place or at the office of your local election authority. Sample ballots are also required to be printed twice prior to each election in newspapers of general circulation. Some election jurisdictions may also mail sample ballots to all registered voters in that jurisdiction.
Ballots will vary by your district/address, however, state races will be decided by us all. Look yours up at http://www.sos.mo.gov/elections/voterlookup/. Here’s some of what’s on my ballot:
DEMOCRATIC PARTY SENATE U.S. SENATOR
(SIX Year Term)
CONGRESSIONAL U.S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 1
(TWO Year Term)
(FOUR Year Term)
JEREMIAH W. (JAY) NIXON
WILLIAM B. CAMPBELL
(FOUR Year Term)
JACKIE TOWNES McGEE