20 Jun Voting Information
July 6 for August 2 election
October 12 for November 8 election
After waging a filibuster on Republican voter ID legislation for several hours over multiple days, Democrats in the Missouri Senate forced a compromise on House Bill 1631.
There has never been evidence of voter fraud. The compromise would allow any registered voter without a photo ID to cast a regular ballot after signing a statement professing his or her identity. It also stipulates the state must pay for documentation for IDs in order to be in effect.
For any questions regarding elections in Missouri, contact the secretary of state’s office toll free by calling
(800) 669-8683. Any other questions about the office may be directed to (573) 751-4936. For more information about voting in Missouri, visit www.GoVoteMissouri.com. The website has resources for:
- Voter registration;
- Contacting your local election authority;
- Finding your voting location;
- Requesting an absentee ballot; and more.
Information for residents of St. Louis City includes:
- St. Louis City Board of Elections;
- 300 N. Tucker St. Louis, MO 63101;
- Phone at (314) 622-4336; or
- Online at www.stlelections.com.
Information for residents of St. Louis County:
- St. Louis County Election Board;
- 12 Sunnen Dr. Maplewood, MO 63143;
- Phone at (314) 615-1851; or
- Online at www.stlouisco.com/YourGovernment/Elections.
Active duty military members should:
- Use www.MoMilitaryVote.com to register to vote and request and receive their absentee ballots. The portal’s resources are open to any Missourian who is eligible to vote and residing overseas, including families of active duty service members, members of the Peace Corps and faith-based charity workers.