Registering to Vote in Missouri:
Last day to register to vote: Wednesday, October 10th
How to Register:
- Not sure if you’re registered? Check here.
Voting in Missouri:
Voting on Election Day:
Where & When:
- Election Day is Tuesday, November 6th
- Find your polling place here.
- Polling places are open from 6am to 7pm on Election Day. If you are in line by 7pm, you are allowed to vote.
- You should MAKE A PLAN for WHAT TIME you’re going to vote and HOW you’re going to GET THERE.
What You Need to Bring:
You will need to show one of these photo IDs to vote:
- Current Missouri driver’s license or state ID
- US passport
- US military ID
- Another current (unexpired) document containing the voter’s name and photograph that is issued by the U.S. Government or Missouri
If you do not have one of the above forms of ID, you may use one of the following forms of ID plus sign a statement at your polling place:
- ID issued by a Missouri university, college, vocational or technical school
- Copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check or other government document with the name and address of the voter
If you do not have one of those IDs, you can vote a provisional ballot. Your provisional ballot will be counted if you return to the polling place and show a valid photo ID OR if the signature on your provisional ballot envelope matches the signature in the voter registry.
You will need to submit a copy of your voter ID with your absentee ballot request form if you registered to vote by mail and this is your first time voting. The IDs above will suffice.
Other Important Info:
- If you expect to be unable to get to your polling place on Election Day for a variety of reasons, you can request a mail ballot from your local election authority.
- You may not bring any campaign materials into the polling place, including buttons & t-shirts.
- You can register and vote where you live, even if you’re an out-of-state student or were previously registered somewhere else (so long as you don’t vote in two places at once.
- Many people with felony convictions can register & vote! If you have served your sentence, parole, and probation for your conviction, and only have one conviction, you can vote. If you have multiple convictions, find more information here .