Voting Information and Resources

The primary election will be on Tuesday, August 4. 

The polls will be open between 6:00 AM and 7:00 PM.

To vote for Venki, you must request a Democratic ballot.

For more information on how to find your polling location, registering to vote, absentee voting, and other races, use the menu below. 






Find your Polling Place

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To find your polling location, go to the St. Louis County Board of Elections website here and type in your address.

In order to vote on election day, you will need to bring with you a form of identification.  Any of the following are acceptable: 

  • Identification issued by the state of Missouri, an agency of the state, or a local election authority of the state

  • Identification issued by the federal government

  • Identification issued by an institution of higher education, including a university, college, vocational and technical school, located within the state of Missouri

  • 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

How to Register

If you have never registered to vote before, you can visit the Missouri Secretary of State's website here to do so. If you are unsure if you have registered or don't know where you are registered, you can click here to find out. 

In order to vote in the August 4 primary, you must register by Wednesday, July 8.


There are multiple options for submitting the registration application; you can fill it out and submit online, print and mail a physical version, or request an application to be mailed to you. If you choose to mail your application, it must be postmarked by July 8.


Vote-By-Mail and Absentee Voting

Source: Missouri Voter Protection Coalition

The Missouri Supreme Court ruled on June 23 that all Missouri voters are eligible to vote by mail in the 2020 elections and that the ballots do not need to be notarized. Unlike absentee voting, you do NOT need to state a reason for voting by mail.

In order to successfully vote by mail, you must fill out this application and mail it to the St. Louis County Board of Elections. Contact info for the Board can be found below.

The image above is from the Missouri Voter Protection Coalition. It explains how to determine if you are eligible to vote absentee versus vote by mail, how to request absentee and vote-by-mail ballots, and how to submit absentee and vote-by-mail ballots. It also provides important deadlines.
Please note, however, this was created before the Supreme Court's ruling. You DO NOT have to have your ballot notarized. 
The deadline to request vote-by-mail and absentee ballots is July 22. 
The ballots must be received by 7:00 PM on August 4.

Absentee Voting

Registered voters who expect to be prevented from going to their polling place on Election Day may vote absentee beginning six weeks prior to an election.  


For the August 4 primary, absentee voting will begin June 23. 

The full list of acceptable reasons to vote absentee can be found here

The application for an absentee ballot can be found here.


Registered voters can submit the absentee ballot application to the St. Louis County Board of Elections in person, by mail, by fax or by e-mail. See contact information below. 

The deadline to request an absentee ballot is July 22. 

You must include a copy of an acceptable form of identification with your application.

The ballots must be received by 7:00 PM on August 4.

St. Louis County Board of Elections
ATTN: Absentee 
725 Northwest Plaza Dr.
St. Ann, MO 63074


Fax: 314-615-1999


You can find more information about absentee voting here. 


Other Races on the Ballot

St. Louis County Executive


Dr. Sam Page

Jake Zimmerman

Mark Mantovani


Democratic Candidates:

Nicole Galloway

Eric Morrison

Robin John Daniel Van Quathem

Antoin Johnson

Jimmie Mathews

Lieutenant Governor

Democratic Candidates:

Gregory A Upchurch

Alissia Canady

Attorney General

Democratic Candidates:

Rich Finneran

Elad Gross

Medicaid Expansion (Amendment 2)

Yes or No

The amendment will require the state to request maximum federal funding of the Medicaid expansion, and will not have a direct impact on taxes.

If passed, a projected 230,000 additional Missourians ages 19 through 64 will be covered, using income guidelines at or below 138% of the federal poverty level, under the Affordable Care Act. The new income guidelines would be $17,608 for an individual and $36,156 for a household of four.

The state would be prohibited from adding more restrictions or requirements for qualification than already exist for people to qualify for Medicaid.

According to Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft, if passed, the initiative is expected to have a one-time cost to the state of about $6.4 million dollars. The yearly net fiscal impact by 2026 is unknown, but the office's projections include a range of a cost to the state of $200 million to a savings to the state of $1 billion. 

Prop C

Yes or No

An amendment to the St. Louis County Charter. A "yes" vote is a vote to:

  • Provide reasons for vacancy in the office of County Executive and procedures for filling such vacancy

  • Combine functions of the Departments of Transportation and Public Works

  • Re-state functions and powers of the Director of Public Health.

  • Re-state qualifications for the Director of Parks, Public Health, and Transportation and Public Works

  • Provide for up to four Boards of Equalization

  • Provide authorization to eliminate certain Boards and Commissions

  • Amend appointment of the Director of Judicial Administration and Condemnation Commission

  • Reduce the number of signatures required to authorize recall of the County Executive, Prosecuting Attorney and Assessor

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