Approximately one week before each election, the St. Charles County Election Authority sends a Notice of Election postcard to the households of registered voters. Often referred to by residents as a “pink and white card” or “voter reminder card,” the postcard provides the household’s polling place address, election date and time, and other important information. A link and QR code are included on the postcard enabling voters to view sample ballots.
Cards are sent to each household rather than to each registered voter. You do not need the card to vote. If you don’t receive your Notice of Election postcard, you can call the office at 636-949-7550 to verify your polling location or use the polling place search.
The Notice of Election postcard is not accepted as a form of voter ID at the polls. Acceptable forms of voter ID include a valid Missouri or United States government-issued ID such as a driver's license, nondriver license, passport, or military ID; registered voter ID card issued by the Election Authority; ID from a Missouri university, college, vocational or technical school; utility bill; bank statement; government check; paycheck; or another government-issued document showing name and address. Please use the Missouri Secretary of State’s Samples of Acceptable Forms of ID (PDF) for additional information regarding voter ID requirements.
Your polling place will promptly open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.