|First day to vote early:
|Last day to vote early:
Your local courthouse will be open for early voting between the above dates. Unlike past years, you won’t need a reason to vote early or absentee. For absentee ballots, you can pick up an application from the courthouse after September 27th.
You will be required to present an acceptable form of identification at the time you wish to vote. These are the approved forms of identification.
- Any ID issued by the state of Missouri, an agency of the state, or local election authority of the state
- Any ID issued by the United States government or agency
- ID issued by an institution of higher education (university, college, vocational/technical school) located within the state of Missouri
- A current copy of a utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check, or other government document that displays your name and address
- Driver's license or state ID issued by another state
You will be required to present one of the above approved identifications at the time you wish to vote. Once your ID has been verified, you will sign the poll book in order to obtain your ballot. Be sure to mark your ballot individually for each race listed within the ballot. Missouri no longer provides voters with a "straight ticket" voting option. In the event an error is made on your ballot, request a new ballot from the election judge. Your old ballot should then be spoiled and will not be counted. See the election judges present at your polling place with any questions you may have.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO EXPECT A FREE AND FAIR ELECTION. IF YOU FEEL YOUR VOTING RIGHTS HAVE BEEN VIOLATED, CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE AT 1-800-NOW-VOTE.
INFORMATION PROVIDED BY MISSOURI'S SECRETARY OF STATE'S WEBSITE
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