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You can register to vote through the Secretary of State's website online application.
*Must use tablet, mobile or other touch screen device to sign the form. If you do not have a touch screen device, click on Register by Mail link below.
You can register to vote by mail in two ways:
*Please provide a copy of an acceptable form of identification with your application.
You can register to vote at our main office located at:
St. Louis County Board of Elections
725 Northwest Plaza Dr.
St. Ann, MO 63074
Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
You may also register at: Most City Halls; most High Schools; most Libraries and the Department of Motor Vehicle
*Must provide valid form of identification:
Valid Driver's License or State ID
Copy of Birth Certificate
Native Tribal Documents
Other form of Government Issued ID or document
Current Bank Statement or Utility Bill
If unsure of your voter registration status - Check Your Registration
NAME AND/OR ADDRESS CHANGE
If you have a name change and/or address change or have moved out of St. Louis County, complete the Voter Update Application below.
If your spouse, significant other, or parent has died, complete the Voter Update Application and submit a copy of their death certificate by mail, fax, or email to remove them from our voter rolls. If you do not have the death certificate, complete the Voter Update Application; this will change the voter's status to put in “inactive” only.
Click here to Update Your/Voter's Information
Every eligible citizen has a right to participate in the voting process. Each month, the court system provides election authorities with a list of persons in their jurisdictions who have received convictions for felonies (SES probation or imprisoned in the Missouri Department of Corrections or misdemeanors for voting infractions). This data is used to update the voter registration database.
In Missouri, individuals convicted of a felony are entitled to have their voting rights restored upon completion of their sentence, probation and parole, as long as they were not convicted of an offense associated with voting or election fraud.
To register to vote, follow the “How to Register” section.
*Preferred registration method IN-PERSON. You must bring your probation or parole discharge papers with you and acceptable ID. You may contact the probation department to help obtain your discharge letter; 314-340-3801.