1. How do I register to vote?
Originally Posted by Donger
No, that is what you need to vote, not to register to vote.
In order to register to vote, Missourians must submit a completed voter registration application to their local election authority. This can be done in person or by mail.
A voter may register in person at one of the following locations:
When registering in person, applicants are required to present a form of personal identification.
- The office of their local election authority
- At a drivers licensing office while applying for or renewing a driver's license
- At a designated state agency while the applicant is obtaining services from the agency. Examples of state agencies providing registration applications to their clients include Division of Family Services, Military Recruitment, or WIC.
- A library
A voter can also register to vote by mail by completing a post card voter registration application. You can request a voter registration application from the local election authority or from our website.
Within 7 days of receiving your registration, the election authority should mail verification that your registration has been received and processed. If you do not receive this verification, you should contact your local election authority to ensure that you are indeed registered to vote.