We've partnered up with our friends at Apotheosis Comics & Lounge to provide you with resources for this year's election. No matter how you vote, remember that Voting is Your Superpower.
When? The next election will be Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
Where? Click here to locate your polling place. Note: If you live in St. Louis County, you can now vote at any polling place within the county.
Getting Prepared to Vote
Get to know the candidates and issues that will appear on your ballot and make a list of how you'll vote. Below are links to resources specific to your ballot.
The state of Missouri allows for absentee voting if you are:
Absent from the area on Election Day;
Incapacitated or confined due to sickness or disability, including caring for a person who is incapacitated or confined due to sickness or disability;
Restricted by religious belief or practice;
Employed as an election authority;
A participant in the Missouri Safe at Home program
(2020 Only) Contracted coronavirus or are at-risk due to any of the following *age 65 or older *Living in a long term care facility *Have chronic lung disease/asthma *Have a serious heart condition. *Are immunocompromised *Have diabetes *Have chronic kidney disease and are undergoing dialysis or *Have liver disease.
Incarcerated, although all necessary qualifications for voting have been retained;
A member of the U.S. armed forces in active service, or dependent, or spouse;
A civilian employee of the U.S. government working outside the United States;
A former resident of Missouri and is authorized to vote for federal offices by federal law
Absentee voting begins SIX WEEKS prior to each election. A qualified registered voter may apply for his/her own absentee ballot or an absentee ballot for a family member by email, fax, mail, or in-person. Click here for details & processes. Note: St. Louis County is now allowing early in-person absentee voting.
Photo ID Requirements
If you are registered to vote, you can vote. To make it quick and easy, bring a photo ID as shown below. If you don't have a photo ID, you can still vote using a blue provisional ballot. If your signature matches the signature they have for you on record, you can still vote.
Voters Bill of Rights
As a registered Missouri voter, you have the right to:
Cast your ballot free from interference and in a private and secret manner unless assistance is requested;
View written instructions on how to obtain a ballot for voting, how to vote and prepare the ballot for deposit in the ballot box;
Ask for and receive further instructions from election judges concerning the manner of voting;
View a sample ballot in the polling place before voting;
Cast a vote if you are in line before the polls are closed at 7 p.m.;
Ask to have the election judges or person of your choice assist you in voting if you cannot read, are blind, or have any other physical disability and cannot vote your ballot. Request curbside voting or a more accessible polling location if needed;
Receive another ballot if your ballot is accidentally spoiled or you make an error;
Vote on statewide candidates and issues and federal candidates by provisional ballot if the election judges or the election authority cannot determine your registration status;
Vote by absentee ballot when permitted by law;
File a grievance with the office of the Secretary of State if your rights under the Help America Vote Act, Title III, have been violated.