Register To Vote

Who Is Eligible To Register To Vote?

To register to vote in Missouri, you must be:

-A U.S. citizen and,

-A Missouri resident.

-At least 17-1/2 years of age (18 to vote).

Where Can I Register to Vote?

In order to vote in Missouri, you must be registered with the election authority in the county in which you reside. In the City of St. Louis, the election authority is the:

Board of Election Commissioners
300 North Tucker Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63101
Ph. (314) 622-4336
Fax (314) 622-3587

Other Registration Locations:

In addition to the Election Board, a resident of the City of St. Louis may also register to vote at a:

-Department of Revenue, Division of Motor Vehicles Offices

-Health and Social Services Office

-Any Public library

-School or other tax-supported public agency that has a Deputy Registrar on site.

An eligible resident may also complete a Voter Registration Application on line, print, date and sign it, and mail it to the Election Board.

-Click Here to download a Voter Registration Application

NOTE: Submitting a Voter Registration Application by mail or to an individual other than the Election Board does not insure timely voter registration. If you are unsure about the status of your voter registration, contact the Election Board.

Identification Required To Register To Vote

When registering to vote, a person must present an acceptable form of identification.  Acceptable forms of identification can be found by CLICKING HERE