Do you live in the City of St. Louis or know someone who does? Make sure your voice will be heard on April 4 and register to vote NOW! It is absolutely FREE.
Registering to vote in the City of St. Louis is convenient. Anyone 17-and-a-half and older can do it:
Step 1) You might already be registered and don't even know it.
· Check out the Missouri Secretary of State’s website. It's easy and free. You can also call the city Board of Elections staff at (314) 622-4336 to ask them.
Step 2) Select one of several easy Registration Options
· You can register in person where you get your driver's license, at your neighborhood public library, or at the Board of Election Commissioners downtown. You may even be able to sign up at your kid's public school. Call the Board of Elections at 622-4336 to find the nearest place.
Don’t want to leave the house? Download and print a Voter Registration Application, fill it out, and mail it to the Election Board.
You will need a driver's license or other form of identification like a student ID from a Missouri college or university, and even a utility bill will work. Check out the city’s official website for a complete list of acceptable identification.
Step 3) If you want to help other people learn how to register, you can suggest they call (314) 622-4336 and the Board of Elections will walk them through the process.
It's that easy.
BUT, DON'T LET THE TIME SLIP AWAY!
The deadline is Wednesday, March 8!
For more information, check out these instructions, or call (314) 622-4336.