Missouri Voter Registration Process

Missouri Voter Registration Process

Since Missouri has open primaries, every eligible registered voter may select the party ballot their choice. However, primary voters may select only one party’s ballot. Voters who do not wish to give a political party preference may request an issues only ballot if one is available in that particular jurisdiction.

The voters must register in person by the Election Day deadline if registering by mail; your voter registration must be postmarked by the fourth Wednesday before the election.

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Registration Requirements:

  • Age must be 17 ½ years to register and 18 years on or before Election Day.
  • Must be a United States citizen
  • Must be a Missouri resident
  • Must not be adjudged incapacitated by any court of low.
  • Cannot vote while in prison, while on probation or parole after the conviction of a felony, cannot have been convicted of a felony connected with voting.
  • Provide your Drivers License number or social security number on your registration application. If you do not have either, leave the box blank.

Application process:

  • The voters can apply through Online Mississippi voter registration form.
  • Voters can register at any of the following locations- Local Country clerk
  • At a drivers license office while applying for or renewing drivers license
  • At a designated state agency while the applicant is obtaining services from the agency. Examples of state agencies providing registration applications to their clients include Division of Family Services, military Recruitment.
  • Download a form and mail the physical copy to your local county clerk, contact your local clerk.

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