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Requirements to vote:

  • 18 years old on or by Election Day.

  • US Citizen.

  • Resident of Missouri.

  • Not be confined under a sentence of imprisonment.

  • Not be convicted of a felony or misdemeanor connected with the right of suffrage.

  • Not be on probation or parole after conviction of a felony, until finally discharged from such probation or parole.

  • Not be adjudged incapacitated by any court of law.

How do I register?

  • In the state of Missouri, you can register to vote online, via mail, or in person.

  • To register online, go to

    • The deadline to register online is the fourth Wednesday before Election Day.

  • To register via mail, print out this form and send it to your local election authority. You can find their address at

    • The deadline to register via mail is the fourth Wednesday before Election Day.

  • To register in person, go to one of the following locations:

  • If you have legally changed your name or moved to a new address, you should contact your local election authority. You can also change your address at the polling location on Election Day.

    • If you have notified your election authority of your name change but have nothing gotten a new voter identification card, you can still vote in one election.

    • If you have moved to a new address outside of your previous voting jurisdiction, you must apply for a new voter registration before the deadline in order to vote in any election. If you moved after the deadline, you can still re-register, but you will only be able to vote on a presidential and vice presidential ballot.

  • You do not have to register with a party to vote in either the primary or general election.

Can I pre-register?

  • You can pre-register to vote if you are 17.5 years old and will be 18 by the general election.

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