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If you do not possess an acceptable form of photo ID, you might be eligible for a free Missouri nondriver license for voting purposes. Click here for more details.
View current issues and races on the sample ballot provided on the Election Authority homepage.
Governing entities “certify” to the Election Authority what information is to be included on a ballot for voters. These entities include the State of Missouri, St. Charles County, the cities, towns and villages, and the school, water, fire and sewer districts in our county. Statewide issues may be placed on the ballot by initiative petition or the General Assembly.
A partisan election is one in which party labels appear on the ballot. A nonpartisan municipal election does not permit party labels to appear on the ballot.
In a party primary, you must tell your election judge which party’s ballot you wish to vote. You will receive a ballot with candidates from only that party. Tax, bond and annexation measures are included on all party ballots. Nonpartisan/issues only ballots include only these issues without candidates.
A nonpartisan election for local political subdivisions such as school boards, fire protection districts, ambulance districts, water districts, college districts, mayors, aldermen, councilmembers, chairmen and trustees. Issues such as tax, bond and annexation measures can also be on the ballot.
A Primary Election allows voters to select a candidate to represent a party in the General Election. Voters are required to state which party ballot they wish to vote.
Voters who do not wish to vote for any party may request a nonpartisan/issues only ballot that will have tax or bond issues, initiative petition questions, or constitutional or charter changes.
A General Election is held in November for voters to choose from those candidates who won their party’s primary election. The winning candidate will fill the office for which they were selected.
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Your precinct number and polling location are shown on your Notice of Election mailer. You can use polling place search or call the Election Authority at 636-949-7550 to find your precinct number and polling location.
No. You must vote at the polling place assigned to you. This location has the correct ballot items for the voting districts of your residence. You can use polling place search to find your precinct number and polling location or call the Election Authority at 636-949-7550.
Use the online ballot tracker to track the status of your mail-in ballot by entering the ballot track ID printed at the bottom of it.
The notice provides the polling place address, election date and voting hours. It also has a sample ballot. A notice is sent to each household rather than to each registered voter. The notice cannot be used as a form of ID at the polling place.
Voting rights for those convicted of a non-election offense and who have completed their probation/parole can be restored.
An individual declared incapacitated by court order cannot vote. Voting rights can be restored by court order as well.
Surrender the ballot and envelope to their polling place or Election Authority on Election Day or to the Election Authority during absentee voting. The ballot will be voided and a new ballot issued. If the voter does not have the ballot that was mailed, the voter will need to go to the Election Authority to fill out a lost ballot replacement form.