Make Your Plan to Vote on August 4!

On August 4, Missouri voters have the opportunity to bring our tax dollars home from Washington, to help keep rural hospitals open, protect tens of thousands of healthcare jobs, and deliver healthcare to veterans, working women, and all hardworking Missourians who make less than $18,000 a year. Make your plan to vote YES on Amendment 2 today! On Election Day, if you're using a paper ballot, be sure to check the front AND back to be sure you've voted for Amendment 2!

Questions about voting? Call the Election Protection Hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683)

Q: When is Election Day? When are polls open? 

A: Election Day is Tuesday, August 4. Polls are open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Please confirm your polling location with your Local Election Authority, as it may have recently changed. Click the button below to contact your Local Election Authority.

Find your polling location


Q: I still haven’t returned my absentee ballot, what can I do? 

A: Your ballot must be received by your Local Election Authority by Election Day (Tuesday, August 4) in order to be counted. If you don’t return your absentee ballot by July 29th, it may not be delivered by Election Day. 

Instead of putting your absentee ballot in the mail, please consider one of these options to ensure your vote is counted:

  • You (or a close relative) can submit your absentee ballot in person to your local election office. Find the address here.

  • If you live in St. Louis County, you (or a close relative) can drop your absentee ballot off at a satellite absentee vote center.

  • Vote absentee in-person at your Local Election Authority until 5pm on Monday, August 3rd.

  • Vote in-person at your polling place on Election Day. Bring your absentee ballot with you if you have it, turn it in and get a regular ballot. If you don’t, that’s OK. You can still vote provisionally. 

  • If you have any questions at all, please call 1-866-OUR-VOTE

Q: My absentee ballot arrived late, or not at all. What do I do? 

A: If you requested an absentee ballot and it never arrived, arrived late -- or it got lost, or damaged, or for any other reason, you just don’t have it anymore -- you have two options: 

  1. Vote absentee in-person at your Local Election Authority up until 5pm on Monday, August 3rd. Just tell the election worker what happened and they will help you. 

  2. Vote a provisional ballot in-person on Election Day. Click here to confirm your polling location with your Local Election Authority. Once you get there, explain what happened and the election worker will help you.  

Q: Do I have to have my mail-in or absentee ballot notarized? 

A: Absentee ballots cast due to illness/disability or for those at risk of COVID-19 (including any voter age 65 or older) don't need to be notarized. Mail ballots need to be notarized. Call 866-687-8683 to confirm or read more here. 

Q: I think my polling place may have changed -- how do I know? 

A: Call your Local Election Authority before you go vote to confirm your polling location. Click here to find the contact information for your Local Election Authority. 

Q: I need to have my ballot notarized. How can I find a notary?

A: visit this website to find a volunteer notary near you who will notarize mail-in and absentee ballots for free:

Any other questions? Call 1-866-OUR-VOTE