The right to vote must be cherished, not discarded.

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Travis Estes holds the sanctity in voting as one of our most needed rights and wants to make sure your voice is heard. In office, he wants to combat voter suppression and to make voting even easier. But to do that he needs your help. Please be sure to register to vote, verify you’re registered, know where you vote, what you might need, and of course when.
 

Register, Verify and VOTE!

 

A system of the people run by the people for the people.

Voting allows you to choose people you want to represent your community in the governance of Missouri. From taxes to road-building, education and the minimum wage—everything is decided by the policymakers that you vote and help win. It is a right that has been earned through the hardships suffered by past generations. A right that we’re still fighting for today.

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Register to Vote

How to register in person?

Voters may register in person at their County Clerk’s office at the address listed below. Voter registration applications are also available at a Department of Motor Vehicles office or any state agency providing service to the public.

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How to register online?

Voter Registration Application may be filled out online, printed and mailed in. Select your county of residence from the drop-down menu. The voter registration application will appear in a separate window as a PDF document. Completed voter registration applications must be mailed to your local election authority. Your local election authority mailing address is available here.

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Verify Your Voter Registration

Click the button below to enter your information to determine if you are registered and where you vote. Remember: Enter your name as registered (e.g., if you are registered as Robert do not enter Bob).

 

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Where do I vote?

Your election information is based on where you reside. Visit the link below and enter your Missouri residential address to:

  • Locate your polling place
  • Find upcoming elections & view candidates and issues
  • View your current districts

 

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What do I need to bring?

Voter ID laws have changed in recent years. Under the guise of security, many believe this to be a form of voter suppression aimed at discouraging communities of color and those living in rental or impoverished neighborhoods from voting. Don’t let this happen, it’s your right, vote!

Acceptable Forms of Voter ID

  • Nonexpired Missouri driver license;
  • Nonexpired or nonexpiring Missouri non-driver license;
  • Nonexpired document which contains the voter’s name and photograph and is issued by the United States or the state of Missouri; or
  • Nonexpired or nonexpiring military ID card which contains a photograph
You may also use these forms of identification and sign a statement provided by the election judge at your polling place:

  • Identification issued by the state of Missouri, an agency of the state, or a local election authority of the state;
  • Identification issued by the United States government or agency thereof;
  • Identification issued by an institution of higher education, including a university, college, vocational and technical school, located within the state of Missouri; or
  • A copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check or other government document that contains the name and address of the voter
If you do not possess any of these forms of identification, but are a registered voter, you may still cast a provisional ballot. Your provisional ballot will be counted if you return to the polling place and show a valid photo ID or if the signature on the provisional ballot envelope matches the signature on your voter registration record.
 

“Thinking isn’t agreeing or disagreeing. That’s voting.”

~Robert Frost