In order to be eligible to vote in Missouri, there are a few qualifications that you must meet.
- 18 years of age by November 6, 2012
- United States Citizen
- Missouri Resident
- Must NOT be confined under a sentence of imprisonment
- Must NOT be on probation or parole after the conviction of a felony
- Must NOT have been convicted of a felony/misdemeanor related to voting or the right of suffrage
Eligible Missourians can register to vote in a variety of ways. You can register by:
- Completing the Missouri Voter Registration Application, click here.
- Visiting the office of the local election authority. Click here for contact information for your respective county.
- Visiting any Department of Motor Vehicles Office (DMV) or state agency providing a service to the public (WIC, Social Services, etc). Click here to access contact information for these offices.
By law, anyone who is paid or compensated for collecting more than 10 voter registration applications in any general election cycle must register with the Secretary of State's office. In order to comply, click here to fill out the appropriate form. You can then mail it to: