Voter Registration


Registering to vote in St. Louis County


Registering to vote in St. Louis County is very easy. There are numerous registration sites available throughout St. Louis County for those eligible to register to vote. The additional sites are made available in an effort to accommodate individuals who are unable to come directly to the St. Louis County Election Board. These sites include most city halls, libraries and schools in addition to Special School District facilities, local branches of the Junior College District, Universities and Colleges, and various businesses, union halls and churches within St. Louis County.

State election laws also provide for registration by mail, at all County department of motor vehicle registration offices and state offices providing public assistance while conducting other official business at their establishment.


When to Notify the Election Board and
How Notified

Notify the Election Board if there is a legal name change either in person or in writing.

Notify the Election Board if there is a change in address either in person or in writing. ALL address changes must be submitted to the Election Board by the 4th Wednesday before an election to make sure you receive your notification of polling place postcard and that you are listed in the correct polling place binder.

IMPORTANT NOTE:
Any person moving into St. Louis County is considered a new registration and must re-register by the deadline date prior to each election. (Example: If you move from St. Louis City to St. Louis County, you must re-register as your City registration does not automatically carry over into a new Jurisdiction.)


Qualifications for registering to vote

To register to vote in St. Louis County, a person must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Must be 17 1/2 years of age (18 years old by Election Day)
  • Be a resident of St. Louis County


    Please contact the Election Board for any additional registration information by calling (314) 615-1800.

    A political party preference is only required when requesting a ballot for a Primary Election.

    Revised 10/9/2014