Absentee voting open to the St. Louis public - KMOV.com

Absentee voting open to the St. Louis public

ST. LOUIST (KMOV) -- Voters in the city of St. Louis who want to vote an absentee ballot for the August 7 Primary election can do so at the board of election commissioners this Saturday.

The board of election commissioners is located at 300 N. Tucker Blvd., from 9:00 A.M. until 1:00 P.M.  

The last day the board will accept mailed-in absentee ballot applications is Wednesday, August 4 and the last day to vote an absentee ballot in person is Monday, August 6, at 5:00 P.M., the day before the election.

Given it’s is a Primary election, voters must select a party ballot (Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, Constitution or Green) to vote for that party’s nominees. All voters (including those who wish to vote a Non-Partisan ballot) will also have the opportunity to vote on the proposed State Constitutional Amendment 2 regarding religious rights.

Registered voters should have their notice of election and new permanent voter ID cards in the mail last week unless they registered to vote by mail for the first time. Voters should note their ward, precinct, and/or polling place, as it may have changed due to restricting.

Any city resident is welcome to call the Election Board at 314-622-4336 with questions about their voter registration status.

Additional information and a sample ballot is available on the board’s website.

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