COVID-19 has brought new challenges to the voting process this year so we’re here to help you figure out how you can vote safely and effectively.
In-person on Nov. 3
Many election officials, especially those locally, have said they believe that in-person voting on election day is the best option for those wanting to make sure their ballot is cast with 100% certainty. If that’s you, you can find your polling location on the back of your voter registration card or by going to govotemissouri.com, clicking on “Register to Vote,” and then following the steps to verify your registration. Your registration information, including polling location, will be provided to you.
When voting in person, make sure to bring proper identification. Approved identification include: any I.D. issued by the state of Missouri, an agency of the state or a local election authority of the state, I.D. issued by the United States government or agency, I.D. issued by a university, college, technical or vocational school located in Missouri, or a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check or other government document that contains both your name and address.
Missouri has a few options for those who may need more accessible options to get their ballot cast on Nov. 3. Voters with disabilities have the options to vote curbside at polling locations, and no proof or verification of the disability is required. Upon arriving to the polling location, someone can go into the polling station and request a poll worker bring a ballot out or some polling locations may have a phone number posted outside that you can call to request a ballot be brought out for curbside voting. You may also request to cast your ballot at a different polling location if your assigned location is not accessible, just call your local election authority.